Vaughan & Chiang's "Paper Girls" Builds a Familiar Yet Disconcerting World
You have been awaiting it or you have been dreading it, but it is here!
It is amazing how much great talent worked on the Captain N comic book.
Ross Andru? Bob Layton? Joe Rubenstein?
There is a pin-up in one of the issues by a Joe Q. That’s got to be early Quesada, right?
This book was a bit of a more serious version of the cartoon series of the late 80s, and it was kinda cool, in the whole “so lame it is cool” level of cool.
And I think it is notable to show where Valiant came from!!
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