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Look Here, Read: Two more MIDNIGHT TALES by Nick Cuti and Tom Sutton

First up, from Midnight Tales volume 3, number 9 (October 1974), here’s “The Night of the Demon,” with script by Nick Cuti and art by Tom Sutton:

And next, from Midnight Tales volume 3, number 10 (December 1974), here’s “The Strange Mr. Milque,” with script by Nick Cuti and art by Tom Sutton:

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Look Here, Read: Two MIDNIGHT TALES by Nick Cuti and Tom Sutton

Comics · Here, Read · Look Here · Tom Sutton

Look Here, Read: Two MIDNIGHT TALES by Nick Cuti and Tom Sutton

First up, from Midnight Tales volume 3, number 7 (June 1974), here’s “Goo,” with script by Nick Cuti and art by Tom Sutton:

And next, from Midnight Tales volume 3, number 8 (July 1974), here’s “The Kilgore Monster,” with script by Nick Cuti and art by Tom Sutton:

To view a cover and a couple of stories with art by Tom Sutton that I posted back on 05 May 2011, click here.

UPDATE (30 June 2011):

Look Here, Read: Two more MIDNIGHT TALES by Nick Cuti and Tom Sutton

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Look Here, Read: A cover and a couple of stories with art by Tom Sutton

From Ghostly Haunts #38 (May 1974), here’s “The Weirdest Character I’ve Ever Known!” written by Joe Gill and illustrated in fine style by Tom Sutton (1937 – 2002); the striking cover artwork is by Sutton, too:

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And, from Ghostly Tales #152 (December 1981), here’s “There’s Life in the Old Girl Yet!” written by Joe Gill and illustrated by Tom Sutton:

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When comics aficionados are asked to name their favourite artists, Tom Sutton’s name almost never comes up. But it’s not because Sutton wasn’t capable of producing elegant, inspired work; it’s because, for whatever reasons, personal, temperamental, financial, etc., Sutton did way too much work in comics that he actively disliked doing and what’s more, let it show on the page — unlike, say, Alex Toth, who tended to give his all to every script, good, bad, or indifferent, that he was hired to illuminate.