Thursday, January 19, 2017

The Boys from Derby: "Baku the Dream Eater" by Tom Sutton

Greetings, Groove-ophiles! Well, today we're gonna take a look at Charlton Comics getting cosmic--via the genius of Tom Sutton! Yep, "Baku the Dream Eater," from Ghostly Haunts #55 (July 1977) makes no bones about its being a part of the Cthulhu Mythos, name dropping both Cthulhu and Soggoth! Dig it!









5 comments:

  1. Never saw this one... Tom Sutton was our favorite illustrator (in comics) since early childhood... good post !!

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  2. I love this artwork by Tom Sutton. I noticed that in the story they refer to Cuthulu instead of Lovercraft's "Cthulu" and Soggoth instead of "Shoggoth". Obvious references still but interesting the subtle variations. More please!

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  3. Even though they were written and drawn at great speed, these stories are of a great quality. Thanks for posting Groove.

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  4. Thank you ! Love Tom Sutton. How about posting his story from Marvel Premiere 43 ?

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  5. Can't get enough of Tom Sutton's Charlton work. Thanks for every installment you give us.

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