In blackagar 's collection
Captain Marvel by Don Heck, Vince Colletta, Arnold Drake - Comic Strip
427 

Captain Marvel

Comic Strip
1969
Ink
39 x 26 cm (15,35 x 10,24 in.)
Small size
Captain marvel 9 cover

Description

"between Hammer and Anvil!" captain Marvel n°9 page 15

Comment

Captain Marvel, guerrier extraterrestre de race Kree infiltre la base spatiale humaine pour vérifier les progrès fait dans la conquête de l'Espace. En concurrence sentimentale avec son supérieur hiérarchique le Colonel Yon-Rogg pour le cœur de la seule femme de l’équipage du vaisseau, le Docteur Una, il rencontre et craque pour la belle blonde terrienne Carole DANVERS, chef du projet spatial, tout en combattant les Aakon, autres E.T et le Cyberex, énorme robot chargé de démasquer le Dr LAWSON, son identité secrète...

Bon! le scenar est un peu compliqué mais Don HECK nous donne des pages pleines de combats et de jolies filles... Que demander d'autre? et finalement DON HECK est un bon dessinateur

About Don Heck

Don Heck's professional career began in 1949 when he got a job in the production department of Harvey Comics. Heck did his first comic book illustration through Quality and Hillman however. he eventually worked for Comic Media for two years, working on their line of horror and war titles. In 1954, Heck joined Charlton Comics, where he did 'Captain Gallant of the Foreign Legion'. He eventually became a mainstay at Altas/Marvel, where he started out illustrating 'Torpedo Taylor' in Navy Combat and 'Cliff Mason' in Jungle Tales and Jann of the Jungle. After a brief interlude drawing airplane models, Heck returned to work on the comic books Journey in Mystery and Tales of Suspense. Heck's first super-hero assignment was on the first 'Iron Man' story, which appeared in Tales of Suspense in 1963. Heck also did work on early stories of 'Thor' and 'Giant Man'. But he is probably best remembered for his long, first run on 'The Avengers', that started in 1964. During his time at Marvel, he also contributed to the art on 'Spider-Man', 'X-Men' and many more. In the mid-1960s, Heck additionally worked for Western Publishing on the 'Man from U.N.C.L.E.' comic book and assisted Sy Barry and Joe Giella on the 'The Phantom' newspaper strip. In 1971, Don Heck was considered the best renderer of attractive women in comics by Jack Kirby, who suggested him to DC as an artist for 'Batgirl'.

9 comments
To leave a comment on that piece, please log in
DeadlineUSA J'ai toujours eu du mal avec Don Heck, mais celle-ci est vachement bien !!
May 26, 2017, 4:11 PM
DOCSAVAGE ceci dit cette planche ressemble énormément a du TUSKA,serai je le seul à l'avoir remarquer??
May 16, 2017, 9:18 PM
DOCSAVAGE la première revue que j' ai ouvert ! que de souvenirs!!!
May 16, 2017, 9:16 PM
Zenitram superbe page de DON HECK ! une mega madeleine ! incroyable.
May 16, 2017, 8:27 AM
MM60 Que c est beau!!! Un encrage au top en effet!
May 16, 2017, 7:36 AM
becoolman Certes un bon dessinateur ce Don Heck ! Mais que dire de Colan qui illustre la cover de ce captain marvel 9 ! Elle déchire grave !
May 16, 2017, 2:33 AM
BC Top!
May 15, 2017, 7:26 PM
SupHermann Belle page - action et beaux portraits.
May 15, 2017, 7:23 PM
bobfish01 et un encrage de Colletta au top !!
May 15, 2017, 6:49 PM