Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Black and White Wednesday: "Solitude!" by Goodwin and Salvador

Dig it, Groove-ophiles! Artful Archie Goodwin wasn't just one of the best editors of all time, but one of the best writers, as well. Just take, for example, this terror-tale (masterfully illustrated by Martin Salvador) from Creepy #66 (cover-dated November 1974). You may want to find a crowd of friends after you read..."Solitude!"


  1. Can't beat vintage CREEPY for old school satisfaction! Many thanks,O Groovy One!

  2. Another great blast from the past Groove! Fantastic artwork from Martin Salvador, reminiscent of Russ Heath. Give us more Creepy, Eerie, or Vampirella!

    - Mike from Trinidad & Tobago.

  3. Cool. Predictable maybe, but who cares? Really cool script.



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