Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Black and White Wednesday: "Freaks of Fear!" by Sutton and Abel

You liked him! You really liked him! Three Black and White Wednesday's ago, Ol' Groove laid Tom Sutton's version of Frankenstein's Monster on ya, the the response was huge-amundo! Seems Skywald's version of Mary Shelley's immortal monster hit Groove-dom where it lives, so without further ado, here's part two of Sutton's (under his Sean Todd monicker) version of The Monster (inked by Jack Abel) from Psycho Magazine #4 (July 1971)! Meet the..."Freaks of Fear!"

1 comment:

  1. Not even Jack Abel's inks can smother the greatness that is Tom Sutton! I like Abel's inking on some pencillers, but sometimes his stuff could be overpowering. - Jeff Clem



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