Friday, July 30, 2010

Dy-No-Mite Duos Week! Admiring Adams: The Spectre and Wildcat

What's happening, Groove-ophiles! What happens when you pair the (arguably) most powerful member of the Justice Society with it's (arguably) weakest? You get a freaky-deaky classic (The Spectre doesn't even show up until page 14 of his own comic--and the "team-up" only lasts for a couple'a pages!) of the early-Groovy Age DC variety! Writer Mike Friedrich and artist-supreme Neal Adams laid this Spectre/Wildcat team-up on us in The Spectre #3 (December 1967), and Ol' Groove can only say--it's a doozy! When you look at the following pages it's easy to see why Adams rocked the comicbook world on it's foundations. Enjoy!

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