Saturday, June 28, 2014

Creepy #39 - Frank Brunner art


Creepy v1 #39, 1971 - Running from the law, a dangerous fugitive happens upon a scarecrow in a remote. lonely cornfield. Interestingly, the story has a choice of three different endings. Frank Brunner's artwork is heavily layered with fine lines, bringing dimension to objects and figures. His drawings have a dream-like, or in this case, nightmarish quality. Just prior to his stint at Marvel, Brunner's distinctive approach shows promise. Other artists in this issue include Basil Gogos, Clif Jackson, Sal Trapani, Dave Cockrum, Pablo Marcos, Pat Boyette and Richard Bassford. This is number 1 of 2 Creepy issues with Brunner art and/or covers. See today's posts or more Brunner or Creepy issues. See also this blog's Brunner checklist or Top 10 Brunner comics.
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"Harvest Of Horror" Brunner story pencils and inks 7 pages = ***
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Frank Brunner
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More Brunner posts:
Marvel Premiere #6
Ka-Zar #4
Doctor Strange #5

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