Saturday, June 16, 2012

Man-Thing #10 - Mike Ploog art


Man-Thing v1 #10, 1974 - A demonic gorgon is manifested by an old woman's hatred, threatening her husband and their loyal canine. Mike Ploog's drawings are marginally better than his previous issue. As the story progresses, his style asserts itself over the sometimes sloppy inks of Frank Chiaramonte. The climactic confrontation between demon and Man-Thing (pgs. 22-26) shows Ploog at his spontaneous best. Other artists in this issue include Gil Kane and Tom Palmer (cover). This is number 6 of 7 Man-Thing issues with Ploog art and/or covers. See today's posts or more Ploog or Man-Thing issues. See also this blog's Ploog checklist or Top 10 Ploog comics.
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"Nobody Dies Forever" Ploog story pencils (Frank Chiaramonte inks) 17 pages = ***
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Man-Thing v1 #10 marvel 1970s bronze age comic book page art by Mike Ploog
Mike Ploog
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More Ploog posts:
Man-Thing #6
Kull #14
Vault of Evil #2

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