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Four Color (1942 Series)
PublisherDell Comics / Western Publishing | Date: | Lang: English
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   By narfstar
Fitch wrote some good stories for this series. I am not a fan of Sparling inks of Sparling. His story telling with the pencils is good but never cared for the inks.
   By cavecarson
I agree with NARFSTAR. Jack Sparling was a fast worker, which is probably why he got the work he did do. At DC, his work seemed even more terrible as he often was assigned strips drawn previously by craftsmen such as Murphy Anderson or Gil Kane. His work paled in comparison, unless it was heavily inked by someone else.
 
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PublicationJanuary-March 1962 | Price: 0.15 USD | Pages: 1
 
FeaturingSpace Man
CreditsPencils:? (painted) | Inks:? (painted) | Colors:? (painted) | Letters: typeset
ContentGenre: Science Fiction | Characters: Johnny Mack; Ian Stannard
 
Text ArticleHow Far is a Star (1 page)
SynopsisGlossary of various astronomical terms.
CreditsLetters: typeset
ContentGenre: Non-fiction; Math & Science
NotesInside front cover; black and white. One illustration and typeset text.
 
Comic StoryThe Secret of the Moon (32 pages)
SynopsisTwo astronauts make the first manned flight to the moon, only to find a base inhabited by cyborgs under the control of Colonel Hooper, who was thought lost in a moon flight 12 years earlier. The moon base is part of a top-secret effort to train Earth men to be part of the Galactic Guard and protect the solar system from the enemy-- Garrak-Axos from Alpha Centauri.
FeaturingSpace Man
CreditsScript: Ken Fitch | Pencils: Jack Sparling | Inks: Jack Sparling
ContentGenre: Science Fiction | Characters: Johnny Mack; Ian Stannard; Col. Hooper
NotesIntroduction to series. Script credit from "Who's Who of American Comic Books 1928-1999."
 
Comic StoryMaybes About the Moon (1 page)
SynopsisSome facts about the Moon and possibilities of some form of life existing there.
CreditsPencils: Jack Sparling | Inks: Jack Sparling | Letters: typeset
ContentGenre: Non-fiction; Math & Science
NotesInside back cover; black and white.
 
AdvertisementDaisy B-B Gun Gift Ideas! (1 page)
FeaturingDaisy Manufacturing
CreditsLetters: typeset
NotesBack cover. Illustrated ad for Daisy B-B guns. Models No. 1894, No. 25, No. 94, and No. 179 are depicted. Prices range from $7.95 to $12.95. Daisy Manufacturing Company, Rogers, Ark.
 
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