Among the mostly-forgotten series of the Golden Age of Comics, there are a few which self-reflexively turned their gaze on the comic book industry itself, and what effect it might be having on its youthful readers. Perhaps the best-remembered of these was Supersnipe, a character who made his debut in Volume 2 #3 of Street … Continue reading Introducing Supersnipe
A simple but memorable SHADOW cover by Graves Gladney.
Not a comic book, but their immediate progenitor, the pulp magazines, this SHADOW cover by George Rozen is perhaps the quintessential image of the character. it was popular enough that it was used again four years later as the cover to the first SHADOW Annual.