Friday, May 18, 2012

The Grooviest Covers of All Time: Joe Staton at Charlton

Plant your peepers on this pile of pencil and pen pulchritude, Groove-ophiles! Joe Staton made Young Groove plunk down more quarters for Charlton than any other artist, and here are a few reasons why...







(And yeah, my MOM bought the copy of For Lovers Only, not Young Groove. Sheesh!)

8 comments:

  1. Love Staton's Charlton covers, especially the painted ones. That Scary Tales cover is a classic. However, you could have just as easily posted all ten of the original E-man covers - they are all brilliant.

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    1. I'd thought about just doing E-Man covers, Edo!

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  2. Mr. Staton is turning out a GREAT Dick Tracy comic strip. I've never seen any of his work that I didn't like.

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  3. I always just think of Joe Staton as the guy who did the Plastic Man stories I read when I was a little kid.

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