Friday, November 7, 2008

Tomahawk #120

Tomahawk #120 (On Sale: November 7, 1968) has a cover by Nick Cardy. I think the coloring pretty much destroys this nicely-drawn Cardy cover..

We begin with "The Coward Who Lived Forever" by Robert Kanigher and Frank Thorne. The back-up story is "A Bullet Meant for Me" by Bill Finger and Bob Brown.

Bill Finger was pretty much fired by DC with this issue. He would sale a couple of mystery stories in 1974 and 1976, but for all intents and purposes, Finger's career ended here. His career begin 30 years prior in a book called Detective Comics. The 27th issue of Detective Comics to be exact. In a little story called "The Case of the Chemical Syndicate." Maybe you've heard of it; it introduced a character called, oh, what was his name? Oh yeah, the Batman.

Edited by Murray Boltinoff.

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