Wednesday, September 5, 2018

Black and White Wednesday: "Kerene" by Kraft and Domingo

David Anthony Kraft, best known for his stellar work as writer on the Defenders, Man-Wolf, Savage She-Hulk, and his own mag, the magnificent Comics Interview, made his comicbook debut with "Kerene" in Skywald's Psycho #7 (May 1972). This hip and "of its time" terror tale of the occult and "past life memories" was gorgeously illustrated by fine artist Domingo Gomez. Can you dig it?


  1. Great artwork. So detailed. Only in a black and white could we get such quality.

  2. Excellent, but, the first panel on the last page, the girls looks exactly like Juliette Jones

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    1. That is the whole story. It's just a short five pager.



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