Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Black and White Wednesday: "Let the Dreamer Beware" by Siegel and Reese

Check it out, Groove-ophiles! Skywald does it again! In the 1974 Nightmare Yearbook, editor "Archaic" Al Hewetson mixed Golden Age great (co-creator of Superman, fer cryin' out loud!) Jerry Siegel with Wally Wood protege Ralph Reese and we got "Let the Dreamer Beware"! Don'tcha just love how well the Golden Age and the Groovy Age mix? It's outtasite!!

1 comment:

  1. I have said it before and I will surely say it again: there are very few comic book artists with the ability to make me feel very uncomfortable in my skin with their drawing style. Bruno Premiani. Kurt Schaffenberger as Lou Wahl at ACG, and Ralph Reese, especially his earlier stuff. - Jeff Clem



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