Sheer lunacy. I was laughing out loud by the end of page 2. "Hey, I just bought the hundred year old green hand of a killer -- why don't I nail this real human hand to my front door as a knocker and throw a party?" I was mightily disappointed by the abrupt end when the rest of the story was so entertainingly ridiculous. Thanks for posting.
OK, while Trevor might have laughed at the story, I was left wondering what woman has a closet with both a black choker and a giant pink bow dress?Kars, I wonder what was up with page 3? Missing plate there (though you'd think that would effect other pages.) For effect (which seems odd.)Note to others: If a body turns up dead in your apartment, "strangled by an evil hand" will not result in the cops saying "let's go look for it!" like they did here!
Yeah, a color drop out runs through this entire issue... you'll see in the next post as I'll be running another insane story from this one.
Damn, this was glorious. I really like the unapologetic brio with which they've presented this surreal madness. It's all campy anxiety lines and paranoid angles, juxtaposed with a hep-cat Jack Lemmon chumminess and dig those jaunty Toontown establishing shots on pages two and six.
I LOVE this stuff! thanks for posting...the colours are soo lurid. makes me shiver. the Hand.
They killed Bettie Page! I love this stuff!
Lots of killer hand stories in the THOIA archive as well, dig around for them before they find you first!
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