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Rangers_Comics_054 [Aug'50]-36pg-c2c -DIGDiD

17-February-2007 11:10 pm
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Username: prgram
Comment: Good scans.
10-January-2009 8:50 am
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Username: linkyaco
Comment: This series (Dr. Drew) started with issue #47 and ran for 14 issues, IMHO. Only 2 or 3 are represented here, so if any one has other Drew issues of Ranger (#s47 to 54, approx.) puh-LEASE upload um!!! These are beauts--great examples of what can be done in the comics medium. Sure, he's ripping off Eisner, but he does it very well and personalizes the work--nuts, every great comics artist is ripping off SOMEONE. Frazetta started out imitating Foster. I haven't heard anyone complain about the work in White Indian or Dan Brand or whatever the books were called (check them out! They are great and available HERE!) Good story telling, great use of the medium--classic work and so underrated--come see Dr. Drew!
3-January-2013 5:12 am
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Username: Skeletongue
Comment: I agree, the Dr. Drew comics are great! Grandenetti was actually working for Eisner at the time, inking Spirit comics and what not, he was instructed to do the Dr. Drew stories in the "Eisner Style", which, I think he accomplished admirably. Thanks for the scans!
 
 

Issue: #54
Published: August 1950, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 36, Editing: Seymour S. Schneid (Editor); J. F. Byrne (Managing Editor)
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age US Paper Stock: Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page) When the Wild Comanches Ride
Featuring: Firehair
Credits: Pencils: Ed Waldman? (Iger Shop) | Inks: ? (Iger Shop)
Genre: Western-frontier
Characters: Firehair

Comic Story (8 pages) [When the Wild Comanches Ride] ["Shadows had ghosted the starlit prairie around the..."]
Featuring: Firehair
Credits: Script: ? [as John Starr] | Pencils: Gus Schrotter?; ? (Iger Shop) | Inks: John Forte? (Iger Shop)
Genre: Western-frontier
Characters: Firehair [Lynn Cabot]

Comic Story (8 pages)
Featuring: The Secret Files of Dr. Drew
Credits: Script: Marilyn Mercer | Pencils: Jerry Grandenetti (signed) | Inks: Jerry Grandenetti (signed) | Letters: Abe Kanegson
Genre: Detective-mystery

Text Story (2 pages) Night Search for a Renegade
Credits: Script: ? [as John Starr] | Letters: typeset
Genre: Western-frontier

Comic Story (6 pages) Black Gold
Featuring: Sky Rangers
Credits: Script: ? [as R.W. Colt] | Pencils: Robert Webb?; ? (Iger Shop) | Inks: ? (Iger Shop)
Genre: Adventure
Characters: Sky Rangers

Comic Story (6 pages)
Featuring: Jan of the Jungle
Credits: Script: ? [as Coleman Hart] | Pencils: Enrico Bagnoli | Inks: Enrico Bagnoli
Genre: Jungle
Characters: Jan Of The Jungle

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