Thursday, April 16, 2015

Addicted to Alex Nino: "The Taste of Blood" by Oleck and Nino

Hey, hey, hey, Groove-ophiles! Time to dig on some stunning Alex Nino artwork! This short-shocker, written by Jack Oleck, comes your way from Secrets of Sinister House #13 (June 1973). Is today your lucky day, or what, baby?




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    1. Lots of Trimpe here, just check out the index. A new Trimpe post goes up tomorrow, to boot!

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    2. I know... I even stole the images (Heaven is a...) from one of your posts to remember Trimpe in my blog...

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  2. O.k., putting aside the fact that intelligent, mobile lifeforms that evolved from plants would probably not look so much like primates, it's still an excellent little Twilight-zoneseque story. And nobody draws horror-meets-SF better than Nino.

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