Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Black and White Wednesday: "Money" by Sanho Kim

While I loved the great Sanho Kim's work in Charlton's various color comics, his elegant, graceful line was always best served in Warren's black and white mags. Take the following masterpiece, "Money" from Eerie #35 (cover-dated September 1971) for example...


  1. Thanks, Groove. I had COMPLETELY forgotten that Kim had done any work for Waren.

  2. I had that issue of Eerie -- you have completely made my day!



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