Weird Worlds #3 - Neal Adams art

Weird Worlds #3 bronze age 1970s science fiction dc comic book cover
Weird Worlds v3 #3, 1972 - A poorly drawn cover opens this issue, an attempted homage to Frank Frazetta's Famous Funnies #213. John Carter Warlord of Mars and David Innes in Pellucidar, both Edgar Rice Burroughs creations, continue their respective storylines. Neal Adams (credited as "C. Bunker") inks the second feature, probably assisted by other artists. More aggressive than his previous issue, his style tends to dominate the pages, elevating the artwork to new heights. Other artists in this issue include Murphy Anderson and Alan Weiss. Cover by Joe Orlando. This is number 2 of 2 Weird Worlds v3 issues with Adams art and/or covers. Find >this issue or more >Adams or >Weird Worlds issues on ebay.
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"Temple of the Damned" Adams partial story inks (Alan Weiss pencils, Dick Giordano, Dan Green? partial inks) 12 pages = ***

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1 comment:

  1. Not a horrible cover, but maybe “poorly drawn” when compared to Frazetta. What does the creature have in the palm of its right hand? Its nose?


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