Wednesday, December 14, 2016

Black and White Wednesday: "The Strange Incurable Hauntings of Terrible Phinaeus Boggs" by DuBay and Severin

HoooOOOw's it shakin', Groove-ophiles! Bill DuBay's contributions to Warren Magazines as both writer and editor (and sometimes artist) are pretty monumental, to say the least. Here's a classic written by the Dube with incredible art by John Severin from Creepy #83 (August 1976): "The Strange Incurable Hauntings of Terrible Phinaeus Boggs!"


  1. John Severin was amazing. He's so darn good and so consistent that it was easy to overlook the astounding craftsmanship he brought to every project. MAD got all the praise (deservedly often), but for my money it was CRACKED because of the omnipresent Severin presence.

    Rip Off

  2. A Happy Haunted ending, what a nice twist.
    Barbie the Vampire Girl, a little tweaking and it turns into Buffy the Vampire Slayer, did the creators of Buffy read this tale way back when?



Blog Widget by LinkWithin
Note to "The Man": All images are presumed copyright by the respective copyright holders and are presented here as fair use under applicable laws, man! If you hold the copyright to a work I've posted and would like me to remove it, just drop me an e-mail and it's gone, baby, gone.

All other commentary and insanity copyright GroovyAge, Ltd.

As for the rest of ya, the purpose of this blog is to (re)introduce you to the great comics of the 1970s. If you like what you see, do what I do--go to a comics shop, bookstore, e-Bay or whatever and BUY YOUR OWN!