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Covered: Young Love #71
Covered: Young Love #71
A submission to Robert Goodin's Covered blog that unfortunatley didn't make the grade. A decision I totally respect as it's more of a parody/mash-up than a complete re-interpretation in my own style. The original cover by Jack Kirby and Joe Simon can be found here.
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Alternate Universe Four Color Comic  # 4404
Alternate Universe Four Color Comic # 4404
All but forgotten today Dell’s Four Color Comic was for twenty years, from 1942 to 1962, one of the most important American comics. However instead of having regular features it consisted of a rotating roster of one shots. Publishing around 60 numbers a year it went from Bugs Bunny to Roy Rogers, to an adaptation of a then playing film, to Mickey Mouse, to at least one example of every western, half the comedies, and a third of all the dramas that played on American television throughout the 50s, with occasionally these one shots proving popular enough to get second and third chances, or even independent series. However I have to wonder if there was really that many kids out there saying “gosh I wish there were a 77 Sunset Strip comic!” Whatever the case, by the summer of 1962, with the comics industry already being changed by the coming of the “Marvel Age of Comics”, Dell ended Four Color’s run with issue # 1330 and soon split into Western comics and Gold Key. If you...
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