Monday, February 24, 2014

Groove's Faves: "Eternal Hour" by Alex Toth

Greetings, Groove-ophiles! Art class is now in session! The Master, Alex Toth, illustrated "Eternal Hour" for Witching Hour #38 (October 1973). Haven't been able to track down the author (Toth, himself, perhaps?), but it's Toth's art that grabs the eye and imagination. See for yourself...


  1. The script is too wordy in spots, especially to today's readers, but Toth was a genius of design, storytelling, figure drawing, lighting, etc. Masterful---like a great filmmaker!

    Chris A.

  2. That's reprinted from Witching Hour #1, pretty quick turnaround!



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