Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Groovy Age Gold: "The Return of the Nautilus!" by Bill Everett

Greetings, Groove-ophiles! While we were digging brand-new Bill Everett art on Marvel's Sub-Mariner back in '72, we were also getting a taste of Wild Bill's Subby of the 1950s (Sub-Mariner #41, August 1955 to be precise). While both versions were quite different, Everett's slick inks and lovely ladies kept things constant. From Sub-Mariner #53 (July 1972) check out "The Return of the Nautilus!"








4 comments:

  1. Everett+Subby+50s+hot blonde girl friend = cowabunga!

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  2. Hey Groovy one!
    Bill Everett wasn't only one of the Golden & Bronze Age greats!He was one of comicdom's greatest inkers of all time also! His inks on Kirby's Thor & Gene"The Dean"Colan's Capt.A, Black Widow/ Amazing Adventures & Daredevil. Were totally far out in the early 70's! It was a tradgedy we lost such a top talent & iconic creator so young. He was at the top of his game when he left us.

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  3. Wow Groove! Great blast from the past! Amusing to compare the 50s Subby with the modern version - can't imagine today's haughty imperial Subby ever saying 'great pickled penguins'!

    - Mike from Trinidad & Tobago.

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