Friday, May 12, 2017

Sub-mariner #36 - Bernie Wrightson art


Sub-mariner v1 #36, 1971 - During the 1970s, Bernie Wrightson rarely deviated from horror comics, but here he contributes to a Marvel superhero title. His dark, painterly style struggles with the genre. With the exception of a few appropriately mysterious scenes (see interior page below), the inks openly clash with Sal Buscema's pencils. Wrightson would return to the genre in the 1980s with greater success. This is number 1 of 1 Sub-mariner issues with Wrightson art and/or covers.
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"What Gods Have Joined Together" Wrightson story inks (Sal Buscema pencils) 20 pages = *

Bernie Wrightson
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