Here he is, Dudley D.Watkins' boy hero, published out of Dundee for decades. Watkins is rightly feted as a great artist, seemingly able to draw anything. What I've not ever seen or heard acknowledged is the fantastic format he came up with. The one page adventure starting with an opening panel which was almost a prologue to what was to come (Wullie at rest before the story starts), and I especially like the closing panels where Wullie would react to the story as a whole. That last panel left many iconic images in young readers' heads - Wullie laughing on his bucket wth his feet off the floor, or sitting in a huff with a sore bum after he'd been skelped.
Friday, November 30, 2012
Sunday, November 25, 2012
BERSERKOTRON page 39 at WEBCOMICS NATION
Page 39 is uploaded now. Have a look here.
Saturday, November 10, 2012
MARVEL STAR WARS #108 (or MUG ME, MARVEL)
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Labels: Al Williamson, Archie Goodwin, Carmine Infantino, Cynthia Martin, Dark Horse Comics, David Mazzucchelli, Howard Chaykin, marvel comics, Mary Jo Duffy, Michael Golden, Star Wars, Tom Palmer, Walt Simonson
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