Monday, January 13, 2014

X-men #62 - Neal Adams art & cover

X-men v1 #62 marvel comic book cover art by Neal Adams
Neal Adams
X-men v1 #62, 1969 - Entering the Savage Land, the X-men draw the ire of its self-described ruler Ka-Zar (first encountered in X-men #10). Despite some ineffective linework on some flashback scenes, Neal Adams delivers a stunning rendition of a lost prehistoric world. Dinosaurs, serpents and mutated savages are all drawn with enthusiastic zeal. Of his two splashes, the opening scene of a pteranodon attack stands out due to its bold layout and orientation. Tom Palmer once again proves why he is arguably Adams' finest inker. This story was later reprinted in X-men Classics #3. This is number 7 of 9 X-men issues with Adams art and/or covers.
- - - - - - - - - -
Adams cover pencils (Tom Palmer inks) = ****
"Strangers In A Savage Land"
Adams story pencils (Tom Palmer inks) 20 pages = ****

Neal Adams
- - - - - - - - - -
Home / Adams / X-men
>this issue >Adams >X-men

More Adams posts:
Brave and Bold #102
Weird War Tales v1 #8 dc bronze age comic book cover art by Neal Adams
Weird War #8
Strange Adventures v1 #216 dc 1960s silver age comic book cover art by Neal Adams
Strange Adv. #216

No comments:

Post a Comment