Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Black and White Wednesday: "Eye for Eye, Fang for Fang" by Moench, Infantino, and Chan

What it is, Groove-ophiles! How 'bout we just kick back and relax with a classic terror tale concocted by a trio of the best of the best? Ol' Groove's talkin' 'bout "Eye for Eye, Fang for Fang" by Doug Moench, Carmine Infantino, and Ernie Chan from Creepy #88 (April 1977). Dig it!


  1. I wonder what Infantino thought about the inking. It looks great but Chan's work is so heavy that you wouldn't know Infantino had done the pencils.

  2. Another hair rasing groovy ghoulie b & w wednesday! I loved all these monster tales as a boy/teenager.

  3. Never seen the combination of Infantino and Chan, but I like it!

    - Mike from Trinidad & Tobago.

  4. I do miss Warren comics, loved 'em during my spacey adolescence.



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