TWO COOL STORIES TODAY, KIND OF SIMILAR BUT EACH TOLD IN VERY DIFFERENT MANNER. LOVE THE ART ON BOTH AND EACH HAD A NIFTY SHOCK ENDING. LOVED THE PRANKSTER THEME THIS WEEKEND, THANKS AGAIN!
Some incredible art on both stories ; the splash page and the last panel of "VANDALS" are among the best things you've posted !Thanks !
Ah,poor Eddie,i actually wanted to see him triumph.as for the art in both stories;excellent!.Sinnot's is definitely superior,but Pike's is every bit on par.
I appreciate you guys stopping by here today. I should have remembered how dead holiday weekends are around here and maybe posted a couple stories of lesser quality so these two Atlas gems wouldn't be missed.Tomorrow marks the start of ZOMBIE WEEK so hang onto your brains, and run! Or walk... these are the old school shufflin' kind.
Two great stories. I'm sure people will scroll down and read them Monday.Looking forward to the Zombies. Zombies always rule! (except in D&D - worst zombies ever.)
Both good tales. I love the buildup in the first one, with the antics of the four noisy yobs against the museum's hungry silence, and their scary pranks contrasting with the real menace awaiting them. And the second opened with a really nasty prank and closed with an equally clever comeuppance. (I can't help wonder what the museum staff found next morning. Maybe four young hoodlums dead of fright in the empty room from which the Peruvian Exhibit had been removed for cleaning. Or maybe there never was a room there...)
both kick ass!
Remember kids--when you wear the Jughead hat, you're ASKIN' for it!Great patois in the first tale, even if the climax does come out of nowhere (that's what she said!). I too wanted to see the fat kid make good at the end of the second, but then again, his uncharitable greed was a running theme, and his downfall in the end.I love the admission once they're down in the mine. "Now that we're here, I haven't the slightest idea how to begin!" What? Jiminy Cricket...
I actually like the Pike story best, but of course both tales are beautifully ilustrated by two of the best Atlas had to offer.
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