Friday, January 19, 2007

Classic Covers: Flash Comics #86


rob! said...


Kelson said...

Hey, there! I finally got a Blogger account so I can post comments!

This was one of the first Golden-Age Flash stories I ever read, because it was in the Greatest Flash Stories Ever Told book. Until the first GA Flash Archives came out, that handful was it.

West said...

It IS pretty impressive.

I'm wondering about the coloring technique used (or if it was re-colored, for online display) because it's so tight.

But then, rendering is exceptionally tight, as well.

It's interesting, to me, when I see an artist with a rather loose style (maybe even cartoony) get all 'serious' and draw a Watterson-esque dinosaur, tiger, or something so photo-realistically.