Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Black and White Wednesday: "King Konk" by Herman and Colon

Okay, Groove-ophiles, so "King Konk" from Crazy Magazine #19 (cover dated August 1976) may not be the funniest movie parody of the Groovy Age, but Ernie Colon's art makes Len Herman's story look really cool, dunnit?

1 comment:

  1. I remember this! I was 10 in '76, and for some reason, I preferred Cracked and Crazy to Mad. Crazy I couldn't find too often, so I recall being particularly happy to get my hands on this issue. At the time, I wasn't conversant with comic artists, so Ernie Colon's name meant nothing to me. Now, of course, I can look back and see that he was among my favorites from back then. Thanks for the nostalgia blast; I may have to track down a copy of this!



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