Wednesday, July 10, 2013
Number 1399: Black Knight: hero or spineless lack-a-day?
Monday we featured an artist, Fred Fredericks, who could draw a variety of styles and genres, and at Atlas in the fifties that described Joe Maneely, a wonderful cartoonist who could draw anything, and was called upon by editor Lee to do so. Westerns to science fiction to humor, medieval knights to horror. All in a day’s work for Joe. One of the greatest tragedies of the golden age of comics is that Maneely died young, in an accident.
From The Black Knight #1 (1955):
Here’s the other story from the comic, mentioned above. Click on the picture.