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W is for Wally Wood





Weird Science #9, September 1951.






Weird Science #12, March 1952.






Weird Science #13, May 1952.






Weird Science #14, July 1952.






Weird Science #15, September 1952.






Weird Science #18, March 1953.








Valor #4, October 1955.






Valor #5, December 1955.

V is for Venus


Carson of Venus!


Escape on Venus, cover art by Roy Krenkel.


Lost on Venus, cover art by Frank Frazetta.


The Wizard of Venus, cover art by Roy Krenkel.


Pirates of Venus, cover art by Roy Krenkel.


Carson of Venus, by Frank Frazetta. 1972.



Carson of Venus, 1963. Cover art by Frank Frazetta.


Argosy, January 8, 1938. Cover art by Rudolph Belarski.


Carson of Venus, cover art by John Coleman Burroughs.


Carson of Venus, 1933. Art by Fortunino Matania.

U is for Universal Studios



The Bride of Frankenstein, 1935.


The Bride of Frankenstein, 1935


The Ghost of Frankenstein, 1942.


Dracula, 1931.


Frankenstein, 1931.


The Wolfman, 1941.


The Invisible Man, 1933.


The Mummy, 1932.


Son of Frankenstein, 1939.

T is for Turok



Four Color #596, December 1954.


Turok, Son of Stone #3, March 1956.


Turok, Son of Stone #6, December 1956.


Turok, Son of Stone #12, June 1958.



Turok, Son of Stone #33, June 1963.



Turok, Son of Stone #46, July 1965.

Jono's octopus...

Was a super fun hit.. this is the kind of illustrative stuff I've started pushing a lot more lately.... this is also the healed shots of the tatttoo.



T is for Thun'da



Thun'da #1, 1952. Cover art by Frank Frazetta.


Thun'da #2, 1952. Cover art by Bob Powell.


Thun'da #3, 1952. Cover art by Bob Powell.


Thun'da #4, 1953. Cover art by Bob Powell.


Thun'da #5, 1953. Cover art by Bob Powell.