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    Parallel lines are just "hatching"....

    Parallel lines are just "hatching". "Cross-hatching" refers to two layers of hatching that intersect. Thought you'd like to know.

    Aloha,

    Scott!
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    Wow! Thanks, Johnny! Gilbert is one of my two...

    Wow! Thanks, Johnny! Gilbert is one of my two major influences, along with Jack Kirby.
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    What about Superman's "death" and "rebirth"...

    What about Superman's "death" and "rebirth" themselves? As I recall, it all boiled down to "He died but he got better." Not only lazy writing, but a sure-fire way to piss off those who began or...
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    To further whet your appetite, here's Wood's...

    To further whet your appetite, here's Wood's "Miracles, Inc." splash page. The third issue of UNEARTHLY SPECTACULARS includes a second "Miracles, Inc." story, but be warned; it's by Joe Orlando and...
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    If you don't recall "Miracles, Inc.", here they...

    If you don't recall "Miracles, Inc.", here they are, from Harvey's UNEARTHLY SPECTACULARS No. 2, December, 1966.

    And Sam Grainger's "Sentinels" was the back-up series in most issues of Charlton's...
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    10. Doc Savage's Crew 9. The Inferior Five...

    10. Doc Savage's Crew
    9. The Inferior Five (Bridwell/Sekowsky)
    8. The Doom Patrol (Drake/Premiani)
    7. The Invaders (Thomas/Robbins/Springer)
    6. The Metal Men (Kanigher/Andru/Esposito)
    5. Titans...
  7. It was the unfortunate result of a particularly...

    It was the unfortunate result of a particularly powerful bubble explosion. They found the missing orb two counties away in a chicken hatchery but it was too late.

    Aloha,

    Scott!
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    Poll: No WILL EISNER?

    No WILL EISNER?
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    Poll: No Jack Kirby? No Steve Ditko? No Walt Kelly?...

    No Jack Kirby?
    No Steve Ditko?
    No Walt Kelly?
    No Harvey Kurtzman?

    This is the sort of thing that makes me think that comic fans are idiots. I know you're NOT, but jeezus, guys, get a fucking...
  10. I've been writing and drawing "kid's comics" for...

    I've been writing and drawing "kid's comics" for years; before then I wrote and drew underground comix. I never limit my vocabulary or concepts to an intelligent 10-year old. I write with the same...
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    Seriously, I'm curious why the sight of...

    Seriously, I'm curious why the sight of underground comix seemed to kill this thread. I know that many of you only consider superheroes from Marvel and DC to be legitimate comic characters of note,...
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    Since my last post seems to have stunned everyone...

    Since my last post seems to have stunned everyone here into near-paralysis, how about the characters introduced in Joe Simon's "Harvey Thrillers" during the late 1960s: Bee-Man; Spyman and...
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    Gilbert Shelton's FABULOUS FURRY FREAK BROTHERS!...

    Gilbert Shelton's FABULOUS FURRY FREAK BROTHERS!

    Aloha,

    Scott!
  14. No, they were all knowledgeable fans of the...

    No, they were all knowledgeable fans of the FANTASTIC FOUR, from producer Larry Houston on down. I had fun storyboarding the Impossible Man episode, the one in which he turns into a green Sammy Davis...
  15. Hey, I drew storyboards on that FANTASTIC FOUR...

    Hey, I drew storyboards on that FANTASTIC FOUR series, too. The first season was ghastly, but the second (which I worked on) and the third ones were quite good, faithfully adapting a lot of classic...
  16. Sure, knock yourself out. Anything that might...

    Sure, knock yourself out. Anything that might annoy Archie Comics is okay with me.

    Aloha,

    Scott!
  17. Here's one that I drew as a pin-up for Archie...

    Here's one that I drew as a pin-up for Archie Comics' SONIC THE HEDGEHOG No. 50 -- although it was originally printed slightly larger than the size of a postage stamp. The "Kirby" I dedicated it to...
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    When I was a kid, I REALLY wanted to live in...

    When I was a kid, I REALLY wanted to live in Riverdale, specifically the Riverdale as depicted in Bob Bolling's LITTLE ARCHIE stories. In those, the town is a pastoral one, full of forts and...
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    I think that the first six-issue HULK run is my...

    I think that the first six-issue HULK run is my favorite, because of all the early Marvel superhero series, it's one in which you can actually see Stan and Jack figuring out what might make the...
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    Nice to see some love for Marvel's line of...

    Nice to see some love for Marvel's line of Hanna-Barbera titles. I worked on a lot of 'em, primarily as an inker, and had a lot of fun working with some of the best humor artists in the biz!
    ...
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    Even more surprising, SONIC THE HEDGEHOG is by...

    Even more surprising, SONIC THE HEDGEHOG is by far Archie's biggest seller.

    Aloha,

    Scott!
  22. One of my favorites was an issue of SAVAGE DRAGON...

    One of my favorites was an issue of SAVAGE DRAGON that featured an unauthorized in-your-face, multi-panel appearance of the Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers! Beat THAT!

    Aloha,

    Scott!
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    I never cared for Jack Sparling's artwork. It was...

    I never cared for Jack Sparling's artwork. It was dark and sloppy. But when he was "bizarrely" inked by others -- Sid Greene on GREEN LANTERN and Joe Sinnott (!) on "Captain America" in TALES OF...
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    Poll: Here's another vote for White Feather, a very...

    Here's another vote for White Feather, a very unique character. According to Mike Sekowsky, who drew INFERIOR FIVE for most of its run, White Feather was gay; that's why he pretended to be shy or...
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    DC's follow-up to CAPTAIN CARROT AND HIS AMAZING...

    DC's follow-up to CAPTAIN CARROT AND HIS AMAZING ZOO CREW!, 1986's HOPPY THE MARVEL BUNNY by Roy Thomas, Scott Shaw! and Chad Grothkoph, with backup stories by Jim Engel. We only did six issues but...
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