I've said it before, and I'll say it again: genre-specific anthology comics may not have the best writing, but they are always fun to look at. So let's look at these two stories.....
Artists and writers uncredited.
from STRANGE FANTASY #14, October 1954
Maybe Dr. Wertham was right, it can't be a good thing to see four murders on one page.
Years ago, when I used to watch wrestling, there was a guy named Ted DiBiase whose catch-phrase was"Every man has his price". For some reason that line in panel 5, "You won't forget that Rolls Royce you promised me?" reminds me of him.
"I can trust you." I wouldn't be so sure.....
Wow. Emotional bunch, aren't they?
Now this story just took a strange turn...
Despite every thing else, this story was totally worth it for panel 5 there.
*Apparently, someone posted this story before(CLICK HERE), so I'll continue on where they left off. Here's the next story from the same comic.
- ► 2011 (110)
- Sunday Funnies: BEETLE BAILEY
- ANTS AND AUNTS
- THE EXPERIMENT
- PEP COMICS
- ELSIE THE COW COMICS
- Deadpool's First Crossover Appearance
- MISS AMERICA
- Sunday Funnies: PEANUTS
- THE LIMBO MEN
- STRANGE FANTASY 14
- A TWO FISTED TALE
- The Rites Of Spring
- More of the history of DEADPOOL
- PLASTIC MAN
- VALENTINE'S DAY
- A DATE WITH PATSY
- THE DRAGON OF DOOM
- The second appearance of Deadpool
- A BEDTIME STORY
- COMICS BY REQUEST
- AMBUSH IN AFGHANISTAN
- SPIDEY SUPER STORIES
- The Original Deadpool
- THE GREATEST HERO OF TIME AND SPACE
- TRAPPED IN TIME (complete)
- PEABODY and SHERMAN
- BACK TO THE FUTURE
- Superman Meets Al Capone
- ▼ February (28)