Jimmy Wakely #7 - Frank Frazetta, Alex Toth art

Jimmy Wakely v1 #7, 1950 - In this issue, two of three Jimmy Wakely tales are illustrated by Alex Toth. The artist's hand is most evident on the opening splash pages, but in general his efforts seem less than enthusiastic. Frank Frazetta recounts the legend of Botalye, the Plains indian who charged the US army alone and unarmed (see interior page below). The opening page appears sloppily drawn, especially the first panel. Details abound, but the figure drawings appear hurried. The remaining two pages have greater precision and clarity, but Frazetta's total effort falls just short. This story was later reprinted in Tomahawk #131, All Star Western #99 and Masterworks Series of Great Comic Book Artists #2. Other artists in this DC golden age western comic include Carmine Infantino and Gil Kane. This is number 4 of 4 Jimmy Wakely issues with Frazetta art and/or covers and number 7 of 15 Jimmy Wakely issues with Toth art and/or covers. Find >this issue or more >Frazetta, >Toth or >Jimmy Wakely issues on ebay.
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"Botalye, Immortal Indian Warrior" story pencils and inks 3 pages = **
"The Secret of Hairpin Canyon” Toth story pencils (Bernard Sachs inks) 9 pages = *
"Desert Justice” Toth story pencils (Frank Giacoia inks) 8 pages = *

Alex Toth

Jimmy Wakely #7 golden age 1950s western comic book page art by Frank Frazetta
Frank Frazetta
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