Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Black and White Wednesday: "Pinball Wizard" by Moench and Corben

WHO in the name of Tommy had the audacity to create a short horror shocker called "Pinball Wizard"? No, not Elton John, ya dingbat! It had to be Doug Moench and Rich Corben for Creepy #66 (September 1974)! Talk about takin' a title literally!! Who! Er, I mean, whoooo!

Ya know you wanna hear the song--or better yet watch the video that shares this terror-tale's name!


  1. After all these years, Tommy is STILL my favorite album.

  2. Fellow Kansas Citian Rich Corben fills me with hometown pride



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