Friday, November 27, 2015

Black (and White) Friday: "The Caretaker" by Toomey and Alcala

Hey, hey, hey, Groove-ophiles! Tuckered out from all that turkey? Getting ready to do pitched battle for that marked-down must-have item from your fave store? Or just finished that self-same battle? Then kick back and relax, baby! Ol' Groove has got ya covered! Here's a sci-fi classic from Bob Toomey and Alfredo Alcala from the fabulous Creepy #104 (November 1978) that is sure to give you the respite you need...'cause what you need is..."The Caretaker"!

Thursday, November 26, 2015

Thanksgiving Feast 2015: "The Legionnaires Who Haunted Superboy!" by Bates and Grell

Dig it, Groove-ophiles! We're finishing our Thanksgiving Feast 2015 with a most superior dessert, recommended by none other than James Sanders III (artist and Groove-ophile supreme)! From Superboy #206 (October 1974) here are Cary Bates and Mike Grell with..."The Legionnaires Who Haunted Superboy!"

Thanksgiving Feast 2015: What If Conan the Barbarian Walked the Earth Today?" by Thomas, J. Buscema, and Chan

It's the main course in our Thanksgiving Feast 2015, Groove-ophiles, and do we ever have a special treat for ya! What If ? #13 (November 1978) was a long time coming! Originally announced for What If? #3, delays of many kinds kept the story from appearing for nearly two years--but was it ever worth the wait! Conan team supreme Roy Thomas, John Buscema, and Ernie Chan got it all together for this alternate universe Conan epic that spun off from Savage Sword of Conan #7's "Citadel at the Center of Time"! Watch for the Peter Parker and Mary Jane Watson cameo, and just dig Danette, the taxi cab driver based on Roy's (then soon-to-be bride, Dann)! Take your time and enjoy! Ya don't have to stuff, ya know!


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