Friday, October 14, 2011

The Boys from Derby: "The Hybrid Man" by Gill and Sutton

Greetings, Groovy Ghoulies! Here's a fun and freaky twist on the old Monster of Frankenstein chestnut by Charlton greats Joe Gill and Tom Sutton. From Ghost Manor #19 (April 1974), watch out for..."The Hybrid Man"!
Cover by Pat Boyette






2 comments:

  1. Groove: I haven't been by for a bit, and I must say I love the new look (although I'm not sure how new it is!). Very clean and simple.

    Great post - go Charlton!!

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  2. One of my Fav Boyette covers. Great lighting and a great misshappen monster. Thanks, Groove!

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