Thursday, September 24, 2009

(P)Raising Kane: "Darkly Sees the Prophet!"

It's time to shine the DotGK spotlight on Gil Kane, Groove-ophiles! Any time the astounding Mr. Kane applied graphite to paper, magic happened, of this there is no doubt. He could take any character and make him (or her) cooler, sleeker, and more powerful than at least 95% of his peers. Need proof? Here's a far-out feature starring the ever-lovin' Raven from Tower Comics' T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents #14 (April 1967) called "Darkly Sees the Prophet!"


  1. I just learned of this blog and was enjoying myself, but today's entry sealed the deal. That is just glorious.

  2. Welcome to the Diversions, Theron! Glad to have ya!



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