Thursday, June 17, 2010

Jonah Hex Weekend! Grooviest Covers of All Time: Jonah Hex, Weird Western Days

Howdy, Groove-o-pahdnahs! To celebrate the release of Jonah Hex's celluloid debut, we're havin' us a long weekend fulla some'a Ol' Groove's favorite Jonah Hex memories from the four-color world. Belly up to the bar an' git ready for a whale uvva time with the meanest, ugliest hombre what ever slid inta a pair o'spurs!

Let's kick things off with a look at some of Hex's most memorable covers from the days when he was headlinin' a mag called Weird Western Tales. Yuh gotta 'preciate art by the likes'a Tony DeZuniga, Luis Dominguez, an' Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez!

1 comment:

  1. Hey Groovy One!
    Thanks for posting these great Jonah Hex covers by Tony Dezuniga. I can't wait until Tony Dezuniga week in Nov! I asked Tony to drop you a e-mail. I forwarded both your Jonah Hex articles to him. Now if I can only raise the $. To have Tony & Roy Thomas finish our secret project! Keep up the groovy posts Groovy One!



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