Monday, August 19, 2013

Shades of Gray: "Two Worlds to Win!" by Effinger and Morrow

Hey, hey, hey, Groove-ophiles! Here at last is the final installment of Marvel's Gullivar Jones adaptation in Creatures on the Loose! Written by George Alec Effinger with art by (but of course!) Gray Morrow, "Two Worlds to Win!" was originally published in COTL #21 (October 1972). And just 'cause Ol' Groove loves ya, baby, I'm tossin' in Steranko's sensational cover aaaaand COTL #21's editorial with the lowdown on all the talent involved in bringing us Gully's color comicbook adventures! Who says this isn't the Groovy Age of goin' the extra mile?


  1. Hey Groovster!
    Even if I wasn't a big fan of this series. I love the cover by Steranko! Wish he had stayed on Capt.A alot longer. Gray Morrow was equally as great in his own right.

  2. I like to read comics....
    Thanks a lot for sharing...
    Fifty Shades of Grey

  3. This is gorgeous work from the great Gray Morrow. Just look at the flow of action on page two and the excellent establishing shot on the splash page. Top notch.



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