Thursday, March 1, 2012
Mr. Zero And The Juvenile Delinquent
One character that is definitely overdue for a comeback is the original Black Cat. First appearing in 1941, she had several revivals; once in the 60s, again in the 80s, and finally this last appearance in 1995.
Besides the two reprinted stories in this volume, there was a new origin for the modern Black Cat, a Shock Gibson story, and (of all things) a Sad Sack reprint. It was a toss up as to which of the classic tales to post, as they were both fine examples of Lee Elias's classic art. But I picked this one anyway.
Enjoy. And click the Black Cat link above to read the all new origin story at the official website.
by Lee Elias
from BLACK CAT: THE ORIGINS #1, 1995
original from BLACK CAT #27, February 1951
- The Johnny Quick Shave
- Sunday Funnies: SUPERMAN
- St. Patrick's Day
- Five Far Out Fantasies
- WHAT IF...WEDNESDAY WITH THE WATCHING WATCHERS
- JOHNNY PERIL: Death Has Five Guesses
- Sunday Funnies: BLOOM COUNTY
- Teenage Manga Ninja Turtles
- WHAT IF...WEDNESDAY WITH BRUCE WAYNE'S WEIRD FANTA...
- At Death's Door
- Something Else
- IMPORTED ADULT HUMOR
- Mr. Zero And The Juvenile Delinquent
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