Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Bring on the Back-ups Week! Black and White Wednesday: "And There Shall Come Death!" by Warner, S. Buscema, and Nebres

Hey, hey, hey, Groove-ophiles! As promised, here's the third chapter of the Rampaging Hulk's Bloodstone back-up series (continued from our first annual Black (and White) Friday post, natch). This time 'round, Our Pal Sal Buscema steps in as penciler joining regular writer (and Bloodstone creator) John Warner and inker Rudy Nebres on "And There Shall Come Death!" All this and Iron Man, too! Enjoy!

1 comment:

  1. Has anyone ever done a piece on why may of the Filipino artists who came over in the 70s all had that same house look? Alcala and Nebres are dead ringers for each other and being Filipino myself, I've seen pinoy comics from the period and they're all done in the same style. Was there a Eisner or Wally Wood type studio everybody apprenticed from then?



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