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Okay, how many people out there have ideas who this artist looks like, but the time period implied by the giant afro is throwing them off?
I see a lot of early Guice here, but the giant afro tells me I’m off by several years.
This background figures in panel 5 look awfully Mike Zecky to me.
Maybe Mike Grell?
Gulacy (the figures are a little rubbery).
Good guesses, but still not the correct artist. So don’t stop to pat yourself on the back quite yet…
again, trying to conjure a name that fits the apparent time frame… Cockrum, overpowered by whoever is inking?
No…it’s a tough one, I’ll admit…you need to have a broad knowledge of comic book artists, and not just ones whose first name is Rick
You’re shitting me! Where the hell is Goins? He should be all over this now.
Oh,OK. That’s a different look for the artist in question, but I can see it.
Answer: Pat Broderick. This is a page from Planet of the Vampires #1, published by Atlas Comics, November 1974.
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