Sunday, September 10, 2017

The Captive Monster

From Charlton Comics
Here's Konga #6 From 1962
With Art By Steve Ditko.


  1. The House on the Hill was a neat two pager, it was just the right length, a page more and it wouldn't have the same impact, as a one pager it would have been too cramped to tell the story.

    The Dark Continent was the typical tale of a Westerner's view of Africa, but it make an effort to portray African tribes respectfully, or show as much respect from a 1960's point of view.

    Rocks of Rogongi reminded me of the tale 'The Candidate' by Henry Slesar, a chilling tale in its own right.

  2. Even in the midst of hurricane Irma the valiant one posts a great story.