Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Greetings from Skartaris: "Holocaust" by Grell and Rubinstein

Dig it, Groove-ophiles! Mike Grell's Warlord is back on the Diversions! We're celebrating the return of Ol' Groove's favorite Groovy Age DC creation with Warlord #15 (July 1978), which is a pretty spectacular issue, lemme tell ya! It's the only 25 page DC Explosion/Implosion ish (due to its then bi-monthly status) and it is glorious! Joe Rubinstein inks this issue with those gorgeous, lush brush-strokes that have made him one of comics' top inkers ever...we get our hero's return to his wife Tara...the first appearance of Travis and Tara's son, Joshua...sci-fi action...and the return of Travis Morgan's greatest foe! Hang on for..."Holocaust!"
























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  1. You cannot follow everything. That said, Mike Grell's Warlord is one I wished I taken up. I had an aversion to Grell's art which has warmed over the decades, but this series really seems to have some depth. I have one trade of the earliest tales and that's it.

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    1. Mike Grell, in my opinion, had the misfortune to follow the immensely popular Dave Cockrum on the LSH. Although a good artist he paled in comparison to the one and only Mr. C. That's why I never warmed up to him as an artist. But I continued to buy his LSH and anything else he did such as Warlord.

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