262 | Science Fiction, Mignolaverse And A Lot Of Cartoonists

The Mothman Of West Virginia starts it off along with random bug talk and stop motion monsters, science fiction writers and comic adaptations. Western comics by Moebius, humor cartoonists and Tarzan finish it out.

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Harlan Ellison’s Dream Corridor.

Richard Matheson.

Harlan Ellison’s Repent Harlequin! Said The Ticktockman.
Adapted By Roy Thomas And Alex Niño.

Mike Mignola’s The Amazing Screw On Head.

B.P.R.D. Hell On Earth: New World Drawn By Guy Davis.

Demon With A Glass Hand Drawn By Marshall Rogers.

DC Showcase 76 With Bat Lash By Sergio Arigones And Nick Cardy.

Blueberry By Jean-Michel Charlier And Jean Giraud.

Young Blueberry Jean-Michel Charlier And Jean Giraud.

Nick Cardy.

Boogeyman By Sergio Arigones.

Boogeyman By Sergio Arigones.

Plop!

Bill Gaines Appeared In Plop!

Al Jaffee.

Mad Spoofs Star Wars.

Archie: The Complete Daily Newspaper Comics 1946 -1948.

Hal Foster’s Tarzan: The Sunday Comics 1931-1933.

Hal Foster’s Tarzan.

Frank Frazetta’s Tarzan.

Tarzan On Film.

Tarzan By Burne Hogarth.

King Arthur Portfolio By Barry Smith.

Mark Schultz Rough.

Mark Schultz.

Doug Sneyd.

Matthew Looney’s Invasion Of The Earth.
By Jerome Beatty Jr. And Gahan Wilson.

Matthew Looney.

Peter Arno.

Peter Arno.

Edward Gorey.

Edward Gorey.

Edward Gorey.

Batman Drawn In The Style Of Edward Gorey.

Nicola Cuti.

Neil Peart.

Love And Rockets 15.

3 thoughts on “262 | Science Fiction, Mignolaverse And A Lot Of Cartoonists

  1. Fun episode guys. Really enjoyed your conversation on Toth, Mignola, Davis, Moebius, and all the artists and books. I learned some stuff I didn’t know before too, just in your stories about the artists.

  2. Mike Mignola did do designs on an animated feature. Disney`s Atlantis The Lost Empire. It`s a beautiful film and you can see his influence on that. Disney had millions of dollars and years to work on the feature. The DC animations are produced on a relative shoe-string so I imagine that`s why that don`t try to imitate comic artists. However, they did imitate Ed McGuiness in Batman/ Superman: Public Enemies.

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