Thursday, March 30, 2017

Meet Angel #7 - Wally Wood art


Meet Angel v1 #7, 1969 - Originally Angel and the Ape, this final issue makes an unexpected title change. Preceding this, the series masthead began to emphasize Angel starting in issue four, most likely due to greater interest in the character. Counter to that assumption is the fact that her gorilla detective partner appears throughout most of the book (excepting the lead story). Regardless, the two solo Bob Oksner stories pale compared to the ones inked by Wally Wood. The well-designed opening splash to "The Inside Job" is further enhanced by his contributions, and there seems to be more cheesecake poses of Angel than in previous issues. Two of the single gag pages appear to be penciled and inked by Wood. Cover by Bob Oksner. This is the only Meet Angel issue with Wood art and/or covers.
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"The Inside Job" Wood story inks (Bob Oksner pencils) 3 pages = ***
"Sore Spot" Wood story inks (Bob Oksner pencils) 1/2 page = **
"Seeing Isn't Believing" Wood story pencils and inks 1 page = ***
"The Haircut" Wood story pencils and inks 1 page 1 page = ***
"The Case of the Millionaire Cat" Wood story inks (Bob Oksner pencils) 6 pages = ***
"Nature Study" Wood story inks (Bob Oksner pencils) 1 page = ***

Meet Angel v1 #7 - Wally Wood dc silver age 1960s comic book page art
Wally Wood
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