Sunday, February 12, 2017

Two-Fisted Tales #24 - Wally Wood art


Two-Fisted Tales v1 #24, 1951 - An American GI resorts to pure animal instinct in order to survive his ordeal during the Korean War. Rather than focusing on entire armies, Wally Wood is tasked with depicting the emotional and psychological toll of an individual. His artwork is slightly less detailed than previous issues, lacking an abundance of texture and complexity in some areas. Not an exemplary effort, but a solid one nonetheless. This story was later reprinted in Two-Fisted Tales v2 #7. Jack Davis delivers more visceral results on his own Korean War tale. Other artists in this issue include John Severin, Bill Elder and Harvey Kurtzman (art & cover). This is number 7 of 18 Two-Fisted Tales issues with Wood art and/or covers. See today's posts or more Wood or Two-Fisted Tales issues. See also this blog's Wood checklist.
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"Bugout" Wood story pencils and inks 7 pages = ***
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Two-Fisted Tales v1 #24 - Wally Wood ec war golden age comic book page art
Wally Wood 
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More Wood posts:
Super-Team Family #3
Thunder Agents v1 #7 tower silver age 1960s comic book cover art by Wally Wood
Thunder Agents #7
Captain Science #1

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