Saturday, October 26, 2013

Outlaw Kid #10 - Al Williamson art

Outlaw Kid v1 #10, 1956 - Fearing the arrival of the Ten-Notch Kid, the town of River Bend quickly appoints a new seemingly inexperienced sheriff. Inking his own pencils, Al Williamson delivers an aesthetically pleasing, painterly work. Lighting is carefully considered in certain panels, dramatizing the scene. The first page exemplifies this, portraying the young sheriff in bold, heroic fashion. This story was later reprinted in Outlaw Kid v2 #3. Other artists in this issue include Doug Wildey and John Severin (cover). This is number 2 of 4 Outlaw Kid issues with Williamson art and/or covers. See today's posts or more Williamson or Outlaw Kid issues. See also this blog's Al Williamson checklist.
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"The Protector" Williamson story pencils and inks 4 pages = ****
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Al Williamson
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More Williamson posts:
Six-Gun Western #1
Quick-Trigger... #15
Spellbound #34

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