Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Addicted to Alex Nino: "Dead Man's Bride" by Oleck and Nino

What it is, Groove-ophiles! Today let's enjoy a macabre masterpiece by two masters of mystery, Jack Oleck and (but of course!) Alex Nino! "Dead Man's Bride" was but one sensational story out of eight from the dynamic two hundred and fifty-fourth issue of the then-Dollar Sized House of Mystery, and it's definitely one of the best! Truck on back to July 1977 with Ol' Groove, won'tcha?

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