Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Black and White Wednesday: "Kui" by Alex Toth

A masterpiece by a master today, Groove-ophiles! From Warren's Creepy #79 (cover-dated May 1976) here's "Kui" by Alex Toth!


  1. Roy didn't even tell Louise that she was right, after all.
    What a jerk.

    Looks a little different from what I've seen from Toth with more line work and shading.
    More Toth any time will be welcome.

  2. What a great designer, draftsman, and story teller - Alex Toth, an unpretentious genius.

    Chris A.

  3. Alex Toth maybe isn't a big comic star for the public, but is the best comic creator for the comic creators.
    His pages are the best example of balance between draw and tale.
    Toth is a talent of naturalism integrated in narration.



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