Thursday, April 19, 2018

Funny Stuff Two-Fer: "Now and Then" by Skeates and Cardy and "A Perfectly Crazy Crime" by Skeates and Aragones

Steve Skeates again, Groove-ophiles? Sure, why not? After all, Sir Steve is an old pal and one of the greatest writers of the Groovy Age (an award-winning fan-fave if there ever was one)! We've seen him this week with Jim Aparo on Aquaman, now let's look at some of his Plop!-ular "weird humor" tales with great artists like Nick Cardy and Sergio Aragones! From Plop! #4 (December 1973), here are "Now and Then" and "A Perfectly Crazy Crime!"







3 comments:

  1. Nick Cardy was equally adept at drawing comedy as he was drama.

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  2. Plop was one of those titles that was truly ahead of its time, I remember being heartbroken when they cancelled it.

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  3. I remember Plop #4. To me, that was the best one of the series from cover to cover. Just loaded with great stories and art.

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