Friday, March 11, 2011

Amazed by Aparo: "The Imitation People" by Gentile and Aparo

What it is, Groove-ophiles! Here's an early Groovy Age sci-fi classic by Joe Gill and Jim Aparo. It's from Charlton's Space Adventures #4 (August 1968), and Ol' Groove really dug it when I was a kid. Ya wanna know something? I still think it's pretty far-out! Bet you'll agree...

3 comments:

  1. Lovely: obscure, early Aparo artwork. Man, I'd love a collected edition of all of Aparo's early work for Charlton...

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  2. Outstanding! Love the cover. Thanks for posting.

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