If ever a sequence called for the ending of “And then…KOREA”…
I think it did end with “And then… KOREA”… in our hearts.
It sure did in mine!
More butt, please. ;)
This reminds me of so many MST3K movies.
Next time I’m in the middle of a surfer/biker rumble, I’m gonna shout, “Look buddy, can’t we negotiate?”
The title of this comic did not lie.
The may be of the greatest comics ever. Speechless.
You remember those Frankie and Annette beach movies from the mid-60s? I swear, every other scene in those movies included a close-up of some dancing girl’s butt. Good to see that cinematographic genius left an impression of the artists working on the comic book adaptations of those films.
Whew, is that Tony Tallarico (Dell’s superhero Dracula) artwork I smell? Somebody light a match!
It’s Fraccio-licious! (And/or Tallarico-tastic!)
Old Bull Lee: it pretty much IS a restaging of the opening of “Horror at Party Beach.”
“You have defeated me, sir…you and your noble band of choreographers!”
It’s Baywatch vs Easy Rider! Nuff said!
Mike Banner almost wiped out. You wouldn’t like him when he wipes out.
“THIS GUY” looks like “Zapper” from Savage She-Hulk!
Somebody had to say it…
@The Gibble King and Erich: According to this link, Jack Keller wrote and drew the story.
Research suggests Jack Keller did the COVERS for the series. Some online shops list him as the interior artist as well, but comparison of the images posted here against other works by Keller and/or Tallarico will quickly settle any questions.
Even further Googling says Bill Fraccio did the interior pencils, while Tallarico did the inks.
I’ll have to take a look at the comic again (I don’t have it here at home with me), but I remember “Keller” being on the interior credits. I’ll check when next at the shop.
The apostrophe should be BEFORE the N, to mark the first missing sound; arguably there should be two apostrophes. But the way they have it, it’s an apostrophe catastrophe. Like that band, Guns Neuroses.
You don’t get a lot of “unhorsed” these days.