Thursday, February 1, 2018

The Boys from Derby: "The Enchanted Man" by Pat Boyette

Hey, hey, hey, Groove-ophiles! Over on the Charlton Facebook pages, Pat Boyette fever is runnin' wild. Mort Todd is working on getting an unpublished Boyette job featuring Cat Girl (written by Paul Kupperberg, no less) ready for print and, in the meantime, has been sharing some original PB art. Well, the cover of The Many Ghosts of Dr. Graves #51(March 1975) caught Ol' Groove's eye, so I thought all my pals n gals in Groove City would dig seeing not only the cover, but the cool story, "The Enchanted Man" written and illoed by Mr. Boyette as well!

And speaking of Mort and the gang's efforts at Charlton-Neo, they've started a GoFundMe campaign with tons of cool rewards (including comics, original art, and tee-shirts) to help keep money flowing as they lovingly and laboriously breathe new life into the classic comicbook company. Help 'em out if ya can, okay? And tell 'em Ol' Groove sent ya!

1 comment:

  1. This is one of Pat Boyette's better efforts. Charlton really had a lot going for it 1972 - 1975.



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