Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Black and White Wednesday: "The Phantom of the Opera" by Tom Sutton

He's back, Groove-ophiles! You've begged, pleaded, and demanded--but Ol' Groove has dug up another of Tom Sutton's (as Sean Todd) wild and woolly Frankenstein creature feature from Skywald's Psycho, anyway! This time, our fave monster meets..."The Phantom of the Opera"? This one first came out way in Psycho #6 (cover-dated May, 1972)...


  1. With un-credited inking by Pablo Marcos. - Jeff Clem

  2. I agree, Jeff! GCD credits Sutton, but there are definitely Marcos inks all over the place...good eye, buddy!



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