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BRAVE AND THE BOLD, THE (1955-83) Issue #81 Interior Page
"But Bork Can Hurt You!" Neal Adams is one of the most recognizable names in comic book history. The artist's revolutionary take on Batman and his immense impact on the style of Silver Age comics resonate into the modern day. Here we can see his take on the Flash, a character who was fleshed out by the dynamic Carmine Infantino, whose indelible stamp was left on the speedy hero. Taking his cue from Infantino, Adams brings his penchant for realism and adds in a little extra muscle on this spectacular page from Brave and the Bold #81, which shows the Sultan of Zoom speeding around the world in search of his quarry, the invulnerable Bork, in a quest that will eventually lead him to the Sun itself.