Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Black and White Wednesday: "Enter, Mr. Hyde" by Skeates and Brocal

Steve Skeates and Jaime Brocal return with another Mummy Walks adventure, Groove-ophiles! This time our bandaged bad-boy meets none other than the legendary Mr. Hyde! From Eerie #78 (August 1976)..."Enter, Mr. Hyde"!


  1. I just found out recently that Brocal did some lovely Hogarth-style TARZAN work in the late seventies! Good stuff!

  2. Many of the foreign artists of the 70s who worked at DC and Warren are often called great illustrators but not-very-good storytellers. That may be true in some cases, but I believe that Jamie Brocal was both a great illustrator AND storyteller. Thanks for posting this cool piece!

  3. WOW! Very cool, I've never seen this! Thanks for posting this great story!



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