Not as bad as the Creeping Death From Uranus, but close

(From “Target Comics” number 5, 1940.)

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Jeff is a 45 year old city boy who has somehow found himself located in Colorado, fulfilling his lifetime dream of making a living drawing super-heroes all day.

10 Responses to Not as bad as the Creeping Death From Uranus, but close

  1. And no Klingons either!

  2. Is that a picture of Spacehawk or the pirate, Gorvak? …I can’t tell.

    Obviously there is a need to look through the Space Pirate contest submissions for inspiration…

  3. BenK22:
    Is that a picture of Spacehawk or the pirate, Gorvak?…I can’t tell.

    I haven’t read ahead yet to find out, but I can’t wait! I really really hope it’s Spacehawk. How awesome would a sci-fi superhero with a scrotum for a face be as our main protagonist?!

  4. I especially dig his crazy Space Mittens.

  5. Kind of looks like that Captain America villian with the mask/helmut glued to his face.

    The name Spacehawk made me think of space herpes from Ice Pirates.

  6. Why, I do believe that’s Basil Wolverton.

  7. Oh yes, Spacehawk!

  8. “…who always strikes without warning” it says, although, in the other panel you posted with Bat-man, he clearly warns the creature before he shoots him… Or her… It… Anyway, this statement is false. You’re welcome. X)

  9. Wait a minute. How is Gorvak claiming that he’s too clever to be caught by Spacehawk supposed to be an example of bandits disappearing from being afraid of the legend of spacehawk?