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Wednesday, October 3, 2012
Hawkman & Joe Kubert
Although I did not know his name, I knew the late Joe Kubert's work, because Sgt. Rock was one of my favorite comic books as a kid. In this posting from Four Color Shadows, we see some early Kubert work on Hawkman.