Saturday, December 31, 2005

The Charlton Art of JIM APARO

Now this is a real treat if you like Jim Aparo (yet ANOTHER talent who gets short-shifted by "fandom at large").... a nice little collection i put together of some of his earliest pro work at Charlton.

Written by Steve Skeates or Joe Gill, i don't think there's a stinker in the bunch. Just look at that panel above.... no wonder Neal Adams pounced on any of Jim's work he saw in the late 60's... talent can recognize talent, that's for sure.

The stand-out has to be this one though..... the infamous "Best of all Possible Worlds".

i also really like the tone of these stories he did with Skeates..... dig that dialogue from Dr Graves.....

... and if you like it spooky Western style, then you'll enjoy "Water, Water, Everywhere..." Me? i like 'em all!
The Charlton Art of JIM APARO or here too!
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