Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Black and White Wednesday: "Dark Island of Doom" by Conway and Gan

Hey, hey, hey! Here's one for all you Ka-Zar fans! And all'a you Steve Gan fans, too! We're heading to the Savage Land courtesy a titanic tale by Gerry Conway called "Dark Island of Doom"! It first appeared (with a far-out Mike Kaluta cover) in Savage Tales #9 (January 1975), and here it is, Groove-ophile!

Yeah, the hand of art director John Romita did, indeed, move 'pon the art in this ish--including on Kaluta's cover!

1 comment:

  1. Excellent post, I miss the Marvel mags, my particular faves were Savage Sword and Planet Of The Apes, but Savage Tales was right up there.



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