Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Twilight Zone #4 - Alex Toth art


Twilight Zone v1 #4, 1963 - Two terrific stories by Alex Toth grace the fourth issue of this long running sci-fi series. A thief in 19th century France snatches a mystical key in the first tale, while a manager in a present day department store inexplicably disappears. Both are well paced and sequenced, although "Secret of the Key" has a bit more depth and texture (see interior page below). This story was later reprinted in Mystery Comics Digest #3. "The Captive", a slightly less well-inked tale, was later reprinted in Mystery Comics Digest #12 and Mystery Comics Digest #21. Other artists in this issue include Mike Sekowsky. This is number 2 of 2 Twilight Zone issues with Toth art and/or covers (not including reprints).
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"Secret of the Key" Toth story pencils (Mike Peppe inks) 10 pages = ***
"The Captive" Toth story pencils (Mike Peppe inks) 4 pages = ***

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