Crikey, that's just a brilliant story;thanks Joe. What is the date? It looks like late 50's, but it could be from any era.Gnostic.
Great post!Wolverton was incredible -- there has never been anyone else quite like him!
Joe, thanks very much -- these stories are just amazing. I was not that familar with him before. ( It seems to me that Crumb was influenced by him to some degree too ).It still surprises me that these excellent artists/writers just haven't really come to the attention of the wider public -- I see these works as being every bit as valuable and as important and as representative of our century as most 'classical' works of art and literature.Oh, thanks for your earlier advice on Secrets of Sinister House -- I have recently ordered the collected volume, and will let you know how the collection is. And....how much the Filipino masters feature in it ! Thanks as always, 100 times, for your amazing blog. It's an excellent source of work.Getting more Gnostic in Korea.
Blimey, I just read Wolverton's comic on the robot theme on another page of your Blog -- fantastic.Gnostic.PS On another point Joe, if you like Kanigher and Kubert's "Enemy Ace" I recently found a writer that much of the sentiment of that work seems to be based on : Ernst Juenger's "Storm of Steel" seems to me to be the foundation of those tales.
Thanks for this!! I love Wolverton and his stuff is hard to find.
you're welcome, anonymous. click on Basil Wolverton in the Labels for a whole load more stuff by the great man.
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