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Mirrors: [ DIRECT LINK TO UPDATED INTRO PAGE
 
 
A small fix to Chris B's intro page2 with a better photo of FT from daughter Nancy.
If you already have download this file you can update your file grabbing only the new page at the MIRROR LINK above.
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Featuring Frank’s earliest works for
Centaur on Super Hero Solarman,
Animal Mind Swapping Dr Hypno and
Chuck Hardy in the Land Beneath the Sea.
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Presenting the complete comic works of
Golden-Age artist/writer Frank Thomas for
Centaur and Dell comics in two volumes each on this Jan 19th, what would have been his 103 birthday.
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With new original Introductions, Bio, Index by Chris Beneke and Josh P.
and a Special Memorial page by Frank’s daughter, Nancy Thomas-Bardeen.
Please check out all four volumes now up in the Archives section here on DCM.
Thumbnails for each are below.
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A huge thank-you to Chris and Josh for their work making these collections so much more than just a compilation of stories.
And to Nancy who was so generous with her memories of her dad and some of his original art and a family photo.
Be sure to keep an eye open for Alter-Ego #151 in 2018 when FT will be getting the cover feature treatment written by Michael T. Gilbert.

20-January-2017 2:56 pm
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Username: SteveD
Comment: An astonishing achievement, for an unsung artist not likely to be seen in any huge trade-paperback reprint collection (though given the proclivities of some publishers these days, who knows?) lovingly and respectfully prepared. Well done, all!
21-January-2017 2:22 am
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Username: Yoc
Comment: Gosh, thanks Steve. I'm blushing here! You never know. With his cover story in AE151 anything might happen. Nancy paints a picture of a very loving man. It was a joy to shine some light back on his career in these archives. -Yoc
 
 



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