Thursday, July 24, 2014

Superboy #153 - Wally Wood art, Neal Adams cover

Neal Adams
Superboy v1 #153, 1969 - When the residents of Smallville disappear, Superboy discovers an alien enemy that operates at a molecular level. Wally Wood begins a lengthy run of issues, inking over Bob Brown’s pencils. While he has no control over layouts or pacing, his style is heavily imposed throughout the story. Shading and definition are sensitively applied on most pages. His work benefits the artwork as a whole, enhancing this and subsequent issues. Wood also inks two additional pages featuring Superboy’s hideouts (later reprinted in Best of DC #15). Neal Adams' cover is adequately drawn but poorly composed. This is number 1 of 8 Superboy issues with Wood art and/or covers. See today's posts or more Adams, Wood or Superboy issues. See also this blog's Adams checklist, Top 10 Adams comics or Wood checklist.
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Adams cover  pencils and inks = **
"Challenge of the Cosmic Invaders" Wood story inks (Bob Brown pencils) 23 pages = ***
"Superboy’s Secret Hideaways" Wood story inks (Bob Brown pencils) 2 pages = ***
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Wally Wood
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More Wood posts:
Aces High #1
D-Day #2
All-Star Comics #61


More Adams posts:
Adventures of Bob Hope v1 #107 - Neal Adams dc 1960s comic book cover art
Adv. of Bob Hope #107
World's Finest #175
X-men v1 #56 marvel comic book cover art by Neal Adams
X-men #56

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