Politically-incorrect comic book stories from the 1930s-1980s. May contain nudity and/or material considered racist or sexist today, but at the time of publication were considered "normal". We do NOT condone racism or sexism, and these stories are presented in a historical context and will show how we've (hopefully) evolved.
...of life at the opposite ends of the social and financial spectrums in 1970s NYC!
The left side of the pages is illustrated by Neal Adams, the right side was penciled by Larry Hama and inked by Ralph Reese, both of whom had apprenticed under Wally Wood!
As for who wrote it, well, that's not entirely clear!
It could be the three artists co-wrote the tale (they all have solo writing credits), or any two of the three, or even any one of them..or someone else entirely, like Archie Goodwin, who also contributed to the book!
I'm afraid we'll never know...
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If you think the fanboy is a dead ringer for comics fan-turned-legendary professional writer-editor Roy Thomas, you'd be right!
Written by Wally Wood, illustrated by Al Williamson and Dan Green, this never-reprinted tale from Big Apple Comix (1975) is one of several that we can't run on our parent RetroBlogAtomic Kommie Comics because it contains nudity!
(Get some background on this HTF piece of comics history HERE!)