Friday, November 29, 2013

Journey Into Mystery #33 - Al Williamson, Steve Ditko art


Journey Into Mystery v1 #33, 1956 - A pirate ship picks up an old man on a raft, with the intent of adding another member to their ranks. Al Williamson's drawings have a spontaneity not uncommon in his 1950s works. This one, unfortunately, cries out for more definition from inker Gray Morrow. Steve Ditko tells a tale about a dissatisfied heir who rails against a wealthy ancestor. His background details are admirable, but the character's faces are a bit sloppy in execution. Still, he meets expectations. This is number 1 of 4 Journey Into Mystery issues with Williamson art and/or covers.
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"The Man Who Had No Friends" Williamson story pencils (Gray Morrow inks) 3 pages = **
"They'll Be Some Changes Made" Ditko story pencils and inks 4 pages = ***
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Al Williamson
Steve Ditko
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More Williamson posts:
Outlaw Kid #8
Weird Fantasy #20
Wild Bill Hickok #68


More Ditko posts:
Gorgo v1 #11 charlton monster comic book cover art by Steve Ditko
Gorgo #11
Haunted #6
Outer Space v2 #1

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