Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Random Reads: "A Crude Awakening" by Levy, Meyers, and Nostrand

Hey, hey, hey, Groove-ophiles! Ever since Ol' Groove waxed eloquent on John Targitt...Man-Stalker, Groove City has been jumpin' to get our fave Atlas/Seaboard death-wisher-turned-super-hero back on DotGk! Well, the time has come! Get ready for a rip-roaring, no-holds-barred, action-fest that takes no prisoners from JT...MS #2 (January 1975). If ya don't dig heavy comicbook violence or politically incorrect characters--stay away! "A Crude Awakening" by Gabe Levy, Ric Meyers, and Howard Nostrand is very much of its time. Modern-day gunslingers, the oil crisis, the Alaskan Pipeline, the mob, the FBI--whew! Levy and Meyers let it all hang out! What Ol' Groove digs the most, though, is Nostrand's Will Eisner flavored art. Whadda you think, baby?

1 comment:

  1. That's the greatest comic I've ever read ever.
    ' You're just in time for breakfast!'
    What more could you want from a comic?



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