Sunday, May 2, 2010

Shades of Gray: "The Devil Has Two Faces!"

Howdy, Groove-ophiles! It's been a while since we last hit the trail with DC's answer to Zorro, El Diablo, hasn't it? Here's the Sinister Stranger's debut from All-Star Western #2 (July 1970), written by the supremely prolific Robert Kanigher with art by our our main man, Gray Morrow. Gather 'round the campfire and let's read "The Devil Has Two Faces!"


  1. Love the Gray of course but REALLY, REALLY love the TALON logo!!!

  2. Nice use of photographs. Can you spot Gil Kanes face?

  3. From Alan Kupperberg-"Here's my rundown of the guest stars i spotted:

    Page one, panel three Al Williamson, Angelo Torres, Dick Giordano.
    Page three, Gil Kane.
    Page six, panel five, Phil Sueling.

    Alan K "

  4. Yeah the silver-grey haired Doc - definitely Gil K



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