Thursday, August 14, 2008

The Grooviest Covers of All Time #3

There is no doubt that Neal Adams was one of the top Batman artists of the Groovy Age, and here is proof. The giant, frightening figures of the Batman and Man-Bat towering over Gotham City just tingles the spine! And the way they're lit from the city lights makes them seem even more eerie and surreal. Lil First Grader Groove had no question about what comic he was snatching off the ol' King Quick spinner rack that fateful winter's day! Enjoy!

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