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Creepy #106 - Jim Starlin art


Creepy v1 #106, 1979 - Transporting from another dimension, a warlock lands on Earth and inadvertently becomes a Major League Baseball hero. This tale of sports and sorcery is capably drawn by Jim Starlin. The multi-figured battle scene on page 2 (see interior page below) is among his signature traits. Teaming up with inker Joe Rubenstein, the artwork surpasses the sometimes tepid layouts. Other artists in this issue include Larry Hama and Val Mayerik. This is number 1 of 2 Creepy issues with Starlin art and/or covers (not including reprints).
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"Swords in the World Series" Starlin story pencils (Joe Rubenstein inks) 8 pages = ***

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  1. The "personal demons" have mop top haircuts hahaha. The dark-haired one looks like the Hulk

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