Thursday, March 6, 2014

The Boys from Derby: "An Unfinished Tale" by Gill and Sutton

Hey, hey, hey, Groove-ophiles? Ever have something just naggin' at the back of your noggin? Something just important enough to tickle your brain, but not important enough to remember? I feel like I need to do something...something's not complete, ya know? Sheesh... Well, while I try to figure out whatever it is, you can read this creepy classic by Joe Gill and Tom Sutton from The Many Ghosts of Dr. Graves #42 (July 1973). Prepare to finish..."An Unfinished Tale"!












Hey! Now I know what it was...I needed to finish this post. Ah, nowwwww Ol' Groove feels better!

4 comments:

  1. Every time you post a Sutton story, I am reminded of how fantastic an artist he was. Too, when you post Sutton, no one seems to comment. I hope this doesn't mean that there are no Sutton fans in the group that frequents this site. - Jeff Clem

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  2. Don't worry, Jeff, I'm a Sutton fan too. And he was easily one of the best cover artists there's ever been.

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  3. No, Jeff, there are in fact other Sutton fans frequenting the site. And yes, I agree with you, he's an absolutely fantastic artist.

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  4. I absolutely loved Tom Sutton's work on Marvel's black & white Planet of the Apes title! Apes as pirates living on huge grotesque ships if I remember!

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