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Friday, January 11, 2013

Random Panel of the Day #658



Earth 2 Chris said...

I think ol' Mort liked to use "his" Aquaman when he could. He almost seemed like a de facto Superman Family member, acting as a human plot device many times in the Silver Age.


r duncan said...

They used the craziest alibis to protect Superman's secret ID. That seems to be a theme of RPOD lately.

Sarah Park said...

Oh, yes! That is how the story actually goes and I like it.

Joseph Brian Scott said...

Generally speaking I liked Swan's work over Wayne Boring's, but I have to say I much preferred Boring's Lori and other female figures. (I know this story was actually drawn by Al Plastino, but his Lori is supposed to be modeled on Boring's work.) Swan's women tended to look rather dowdy, IMO, at least until the late '60s-early '70s; conversely, Boring's men were stocky and barrel-chested and unappealing to me, but he really came to life drawing women.