Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Black and White Wednesday: "A Coffin for Captain Cutlass" by Fox and Moren

Hey, hey, hey, Groove-ophiles! Didja ever just sit and ponder things like..." Were there any good horror/pirate stories back in the Groovy Age?" Yeah, Ol' Groove does, too. Oh, the answer? The answer is affirmative, baby! Way back in Skywald's Psycho #3 (cover date May 1971), Golden Age Great Gardner Fox teamed with artist Serge Moren to give us just such a story, "A Coffin for Captain Cutlass." Innit outtasite?

1 comment:

  1. The first 7 issues of Nightmare and Psycho were amazing, giving Warren a run for their money. Sol Brodsky used some of the top talent of the day, including Palmer, Fox, Shores, Reese, Sutton, Andru, Vallejo, Wein and Wolfman. This is a nice installment, but I remain nonplused by Moren's art. I also loved the 2 issue run of Hellrider, although for its time it was pretty risque and violent.



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