Well, now that Thrilling Tales of the Downright Unusual is out in the wild and fending for itself, and I’ve made some progress on some of my post-launch tasks there, I’m being pretty lazy today… and actually looking at Really Neat Things. I just haven’t been doing much of that lately.
And this Neat Thing really is neat… Diversions of the Groovy Kind has posted scans of two installments of Michael William Kaluta’s Carson of Venus – the Venus stories were my favorites of the Burroughs novels, and they still are now that I’ve dipped back into of them as an old codger.
These were back-up stories in a couple of other Burroughs titles at DC comics in the 1970s, and I missed them the first time around. So I was glad to fall over them today. I just wish the whole lot was back in print.
You can see Kaluta invoking a bit of Williamson and Krenkel in these pages. Great stuff!