Friday, September 30, 2011

Sci-Friday: "The Hole in Reality's Heart" by DeMatteis, Newton, and Mitchell

Hey, hey, hey, Groove-ophiles! Here's a suh-weet sci-fi collaboration between three guys who truly knew how to make memorable comics, writer J.M. DeMatteis, penciler Don Newton, and inker Steve Mitchell. From DC's short-lived science-fiction comic Time Warp #4 (January 1980), here's "The Hole in Reality's Heart"!


  1. Horrible inking by Mitchell on this book - I saw the original pencils and can tell you that Mitchell's finishes on it just added a very awkward look over the nice, fluid pencils.

  2. Just read this on Valentine's day. It warms my heart. But i also know we must love ourselves.



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