Thursday, June 19, 2014

Random Reads: "Attack of the Reptile Men!" by Fleisher, Sekowsky, and Marcos

Has it really been nearly four years since we last rapped about Atlas/Seaboard's Incredible Hulk rip-off, The Brute? Why has it been so long? 'Cause ya seemed to have hated the first ish (naughty airplane wing and all), that's why! Ol' Groove's been thinkin' about it, and now I'm wonderin': will time have eased some of the blecchiness, or will you hate the second ish even more? Ol' Groove's gotta know!! Here they are again, Michael Fleisher, Mike Sekowsky, and Pablo Marcos with "Attack of the Reptile Men!" from The Brute #2 (January 1975)!

1 comment:

  1. I used to keep this issue near my art desk for inspiration. I picked it up for $1 at a pawn shop and for some reason I just really dug it, even though it's not really typical of what I would buy at the time. I guess I had (And still have) a thing for horror comics from the 70's.



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