Monday, November 12, 2012

Today in Comics History: Doc Savage's first successful escape


Panels from Doc Savage Annual #1 (DC, January 1989), script by Mike W. Barr, pencils by Gabriel Morrissette, inks by Rick Magyar, colors by Anthony Tollin, letters by Bob Pinaha



3 comments:

JonJ said...

Mother? What mother? Only cissies need mothers!

BillyWitchDoctor said...

"...the life I've chosen for him!"

Douchebag Philosophy 101 in a nutshell, something that only works in utter crap fiction, and an outstanding example that there's so much more to being a father than the ability to ejaculate.

Blam said...

"I've placed the totems of destiny on the table. Now we shall see which one Clark Jr. picks up to forecast in which discipline he shall excel. Will it be the pith helmet... the small treasure chest... the hash pipe... the magnifying glass... the beaker... or the strange tiki creature carved from a block of cheddar cheese?!?"