COMMENTS: Marie Severin pencils/Dan Adkins inks; page 7; 1968; image size 10" x 15"
Read Description ▼
Marie Severin pencils/Dan Adkins inks; page 7; 1968; image size 10" x 15"Namor looks to join forces with The Hulk, being unaware that he is being controlled by the Puppet Master, which leads to an uncomfortable final panel for the Sub-Mariner. Beautiful SIlver Age Marvel page from Severin and Adkins (with uncredited inking assistance from Roger Brand per Adkins). Pen and ink. Art is in excellent condition.
Marie Severin was an American comics artist and colorist best known for her work for Marvel Comics and the 1950s' EC Comics. She is an inductee of the Will Eisner Comics Hall of Fame and the Harvey Awards Hall of Fame. Frank Jacobs, in his 1972 biography of EC publisher William M. Gaines, wrote, "There was Marie Severin, Gaines's colorist, and a very moral Catholic, who made her feelings known by coloring dark blue any panel she thought was in bad taste. [EC editor Al] Feldstein called her 'the conscience of EC."'
Dan Adkins is an American comic book artist/ illustrator who's mainly worked for comics and science fiction magazines. Dan's most notable works include Marvel's Doctor Strange and Famous Monsters of Filmland.