There's definitely a lot of Wally in this .. the woman on page 2, panel 2-3 is very Wood-ish, but so much of that looks like an incredibly rushed job. GCD says Wood inked it, too.I amazed at how much economy is in this story -- at three pages and a tight panel layout, it pretty much gets everything it needs to say, including the setup and the pop ending. I was kind of suspicious when the Anne mentioned that her father was a dentist so early in the story!What a unique thing for me, I haven't seen a lot of 50s Wood work outside of EC (which is some of the all time great sci-fi comic art) so thanks for posting this!
Awesome three-pager, though I'm a little confused as to just what the villagers were so worried about. I mean, sure, there's a raving beast in the hills--but he doesn't seen to be all that dangerous. Just keep him away from the roofies. Actually, now that I think about it, this is probably the most realistic werewolf fairy tale I've read in a comic. It's just the slightest Mother Goosing away from being a straight-up date rape story.You're on fire with the intros, by the way.
Wow whatta wonderful Wednesday. Thank you Mr.K.
A neat little tale...but the "beast" didn't seem very threatening.He couldn't be caught or killed but, being a toothless werewolf, what did he do: chase people's cars, hump their legs?
8 comments on a Hollingsworth post vs 4 on a Wally Wood post??!! What's going on around here?
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