Curt Swan

Swamp Thing 165 (April 1996)

The wonderful Chester Williams issue. I remember it from reading it years ago–though I forgot Curt Swan pencilled it. It’s a joke issue, with Millar turning Chester into a neo-con cop who’s fed up with all the dirty hippy stuff going on around him. It actually follows the character’s history pretty close–though Chester was always […]

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Showcase 5 (November-December 1956)

This issue, concentrating on fantastical police investigations, is quite good. Even the third and final story, which gets off to a rocky start, is good. The first story, written by Jack Miller and illustrated by Mort Meskin, is the best. A police inspector discovers he doesn’t just have insight into a bewildering case, he’s also–indirectly–the […]

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