Angel and the Ape #6 - Wally Wood art

Angel and the Ape v1 #6, 1969 - Comparing Bob Oksner's solo cover with his interior stories with Wally Wood, it's easy to see both the similarities and differences between the artists. While both are talented, Wood's sensitive inking elevates both the humorous and suggestive elements. The opening tale has more obvious bondage and cheesecake scenes, but "The Ape of 1,000 Disguises" is generally more detailed and more thoughtfully composed. Joe Orlando also contributes art for a single page text story. The series continues from here as Meet Angel. Cover by Bob Oksner. This is number 5 of 5 Angel and the Ape issues with Wood art and/or covers.
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"The Robbing Robot" Wood story inks (Bob Oksner pencils) 12 pages = ***
"The Liberator" Wood story inks (Bob Oksner pencils) 1 page = ***
"The Ape of 1,000 Disguises" Wood story inks (Bob Oksner pencils) 8 pages = ***

Angel  and the Ape v1 #6 - Wally Wood dc silver age 1960s comic book page art
Wally Wood
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1 comment:

  1. Great stuff. I love Wood's inks from this period.