For our first post let's go with one of my favorite DC artists of all time, Ramona Fradon. Her elegant, smooth style defined Aquaman in the early going. She had a cinematic eye that stands up well in any era. This story, which was penned by Michael Fleisher, comes from House of Mystery No. 239, February-March, 1976.
Cool man!! Will add you to my links ASAP!!ReplyDelete
Ramona Fradon has one of the most noticeable styles at a glance, and I love her balance of line-weights she always knows just how much to use without ever getting too busy/muddy.ReplyDelete
Lysdexicuss: "balance of line-weights" that puts it perfectly. That's exactly what I like about her.Delete
Awesome entry into the comicbook blogosphere, Mykal!! There were so many high-quality mystery mags back in the good ol' days--this blog was inevitable! Glad it was you who thunk of it, 'cause I know it'll be a class-A endeavor!ReplyDelete
Hey, Groovy! thanks a ton for your support. Your blog is one of the giants.Delete
We posted scans of this story a while back... one of my favorite comic books (and Story) of my childhood....ReplyDelete
... we are still trying to arrange use of a scanner for posting my many collected publications....