Al starts the discussion off with what he calls “The Kirby Factor,” and seeing things through different eyes as you get older. Don brings up comic book publisher’s house styles and artist’s comfort zones, and continues to talk about a few books he read and brings the show well past the one hour mark.
MUSICAL SPOTLIGHT: Superdrag
Neal Adams Was A High Water Mark.
Kurt Schaffenberger’s Work From The Late 70’s.
Kurt Schaffenberger’s Work From The Fifties.
Alex Toth, Who’s Work Don Didn’t Like At First.
But He Does Now.
Lois Lane 118 By Werner Roth And Vince Colletta.
The X-Men By Werner Roth And Dick Ayers.
Tom Sutton Cover For Haunted.
Al Refers To Him As Mister Charlton.
Charlton Bullseye 1. It Took Some Prodding,
But Al Admitted To Doing Some Work In It.
Unpublished Doomsday +1 Story By John Byrne.
Which Showed Up In Charlton Bullseye.
Alex Toth Drawn The Question Story From Charlton Bullseye.
Torpedo By Alex Toth.
Iron Man Drawn By Don Heck.
The Magician And The Maiden Drawn By Larry Lieber.
Western Work By Larry Lieber.
Frank Frazetta Cover On Creepy 27.
Void Indigo By Steve Gerber And Val Mayrick.
Iron Man Drawn By George Tuska.
Daredevil Drawn By George Tuska.
The Incredible Hulk By Herb Trimpe.
Justice League Of America Drawn By Dick Dillin.
Tigra The Were-Woman.