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Sorry, I skipped a week last Wednesday. So let’s get right to it:

Adam Warlock, from Strange Tales #179, published by Marvel Comics, January, 1975.

Bonus: here are the original inks and paste ups:

(images from Diversions of a Groovy Kind)

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    4 Responses to “Splash Wednesday: Jim Starlin”

    • Tony Goins says:

      I’m not a big cosmic guy, but that looks fukken metal man.

    • Matt Kish says:

      I am a big cosmic guy and this is magnificent. Starlin’s run on Warlock was incredible. Easily the best comic of the entire 1970s from any American publisher.

      And no snarky comments about the comics of 1970s. There were some real gems there and Warlock is the crowning jewel.

    • Tony Goins says:

      I want to leave a snarky comment about 70s comics, if only because Matt spends so much time snarking on other people’s stuff.

      But of course I’m too young to have read those comics.

    • Matt Kish says:

      Nonsense. It’s astounding the number of snarky comments I keep completely to myself these days.

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