Friday, November 30, 2012

AGAR-AGAR "Village in the Sea"

After a slew of Golden Age stories, let's jump 30 years into the Bronze Age... we return to the psychedelic universe of Agar-Agar, the space heroine named after a plant food!
That's heavy, man.
Pollution is, like, universal, man.
But, like, the Magic of Love can defeat it...

This story from Dracula #2 (1971) was written by Luis Gasca under the pen-name Sadko (which he also used as the scripter on Wolff, another strip in Dracula, illustrated by Estaban Maroto, which we're running in Hero Histories™) and illustrated in a Peter Max-esque style by Alberto Solsona..
It's the second of three that were published in the Warren trade paperback that reprinted the first six issues of this British magazine.
The remaining three stories have been unseen by American audiences, but will be posted here over the next few months.
It'll be a groovy trip, baby!
Be here next week, when we present another tale of classic comic grrl power!

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