A Jay Disbrow "Terrors of the Jungle" Treasury last edited by cbishop on 09/18/18 11:37AM View full history

A JAY DISBROW “TERRORS OF THE JUNGLE” TREASURY

Gwandanaland Comics #1418 - Select Stories By the 1950s Master Drawn for An Exciting Jungle Comic!

50 Pages – JUNGLE

Fans of Jay Disbrow are often shocked at how young the artist was when he became a prolific force in comics during the 1950s. The stories in this book were created while Disbrow was still in his 20's, though he had already been a professional for years. His panels are known for their detail and complexity; he was never one to imitate, instead being one of those artists used as the model, as in “It reminds me of Disbrow.” This book reprints some great Disbrow stories from Terrors Of The Jungle (Issues #5-7, 9, 10 & 20), along with the covers for those books and a bonus story from Dorothy Lamour #3 drawn by another master, Bill Everett.

This is a trade paperback collecting Jay Disbrow stories from Terrors Of The Jungle #5-7, 9, 10 and 20, and a Bill Everett story from Dorothy Lamour #3.

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