Monday, January 24, 2011

Cursing Skulls!

Got a nifty back-up feature from the June-July 1953 issue of Frankenstein #25 today... it seems kind of obvious, but does anyone wanna take a stab at who worked on this one? I also want to apologize about the gutter on a few of the pages, this issue is badly stapled and this was the best I could do with the scan/editing.






6 comments:

prof. grewbeard said...

consarn it and fiddle-dee-dee but that was a good'un! (cursing skulls, get it?)

Gumba said...

One wonders if the folks at Hanna Barbara had the first page of this story taped up somewhere -- it's basically the Scooby-Doo plot line: Dress up as monster, scare people off land!

Frank Forte said...

Why couldn't prince valiant be like this?

Blooming Psycho said...

This one could be re-titled "Dinner at Douchebag Manor." Lord and Lady Hawley were served their just desserts indeed.

Ger Apeldoorn said...

Not very typical of his style, but at some places it is and Prize is a compny he worked for a lo, so I'd say this is by Marvin Stein.

Karswell said...

>cursing skulls, get it?

Is there any other kind?

>it's basically the Scooby-Doo plot line: Dress up as monster, scare people off land!

Let's not give HB all the credit for that awesome plot line, in fact, I was just watching the Three Stooges get spooked the other night in this fashion.

>Why couldn't prince valiant be like this?

Indeed, haha!

>This one could be re-titled "Dinner at Douchebag Manor."

Much more descriptive, Lil... though possibly a bit too heavy on the vinegar.

>I'd say this is by Marvin Stein.

Thanks Ger! As usual, I'd say you were right. Thank you!