Saturday, April 22, 2017

Goode Vibrations

Thursday Story Strip Day.

A couple of months ago I showed a Scorchy Smith Sunday by Rodlow Willard. On the whole the reaction of most of those who saw it wa that it was a lot better thn they were led to believe. Of course following Frank Robbins is hard for any artist. Before Rodlow Willard Edmund Goode had the same problem. Maybe even more so, because Willard at least had a unique and more humorous style of his own, while Goode tried to follow in Robbins' footsteps. Anyway, here are some more samples of both 'second rate' artists for you to enjoy. I wish I had some of Willard's successor A. C. Hollingsworth (or at least more than the original art samples I have seen and shared).

1 comment:

jhegenbe said...

Hot ziggity!