Vaughan & Chiang's "Paper Girls" Builds a Familiar Yet Disconcerting World
Our pal Seth Hahne, of GoodOKBad fame, came up with this 31 Days of Comics challenge, one of those things where each day of the month you’re given a different category that you then make a choice of a comic to fill that category. I figured it would be a fun bit to do, so here we are! Click here to see each of the categories so far!
We continue with Day 4, which is the First Comic Series You Seriously Pursued.
Read on for my pick and then you can share yours!
Like many kids of the early 1980s, the comic that first drew me in was Larry Hama’s G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero.
And while it is really neither here nor there, as I don’t even think it was a Zeck cover that I first saw (my older brother collected the comic at the time, which is how I got into them), here is a collection of Mike Zeck’s amazing run of G.I. Joe covers from #37-57, when only one cover WASN’T drawn by Zeck (John Byrne’s #51)…
Awesome work from Zeck.
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