Thursday, March 31, 2011

Groove's Faves: "Harry" by Jeff Jones

Poetic. Haunting. Sad. Ironic. Gorgeous. "Harry" from Comix International #5 (1975) by Jeff Jones. Colors by Rich Corben.


  1. Would I sound too dumb if I admit I kind of lost what was going on when it got to the last page?

    B Smith

  2. It took me a while to realize it's a different girl. (The first one seems to have taken a plunge.)

  3. "Harry" looks a LOT better in black-and-white:

    Corben's colours (which are usually superb on his own work) were too harsh for Jones' sensitive linework.

  4. Typo? It's actually Comix International #3.



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