Monday, March 17, 2014

Random Reads: "Labyrinth of the Grotto Minotaur!" by Uslan, Estrada, and Villamonte

Greetings, Groove-ophiles! We're gonna start our week with an ending--the final issue of DC's Beowulf mag! This final ish was a lot like most other issues, magic, monsters, barbarians, pretty girls. It was written by Michael Uslan as was every issue. The big difference is that regular artist Ricardo Villamonte didn't do his own layouts, they were handled by Ric Estrada. Villamonte did finish and ink the "Labyrinth of the Grotto Minotaur!" as well as provide the cover. Here ya go, Beowulf #6 (November 1976)!


  1. Can't believe this series didn't last longer Groove! I have this very issue in my collection, glad to see the other issues before this! Keep the classics comin' Groove!

    - Mike from Trinidad & Tobago.

  2. So who are Bob and Cindy? (P4, panel 6) :-)

    1. Hope it wasn't the Bradys! Eeeeeewwwwwwwww.........



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