Dynamo No. 3 Cover by Wally Wood

June 25, 2021|In Comics, Miscellaneous

Tower Comics was a short-lived American comic book publisher that was an imprint of Tower Books. Wally Wood’s T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents was the forefront super-hero property.

Other great artists like Gil Kane, Dan Adkins, and Steve Ditko contributed to the high-quality of Tower’s books, and for a company that came and went relatively quickly their reputation endures.

And here we have a fine example of the superb draughtsmanship of Wood, making him easily one of the top ten American comic book artists of all time. New colour and packaging by me.

Dynamo No. 3 by Tower Comics, 1966

Published cover.

Dynamo No. 3 cover art by Wally Wood

Original art scan from Heritage Auctions.

Comic book art restoration by Scott Dutton

Trade dress stripped out, missing bits drawn in, and the art has been made production ready.

Comic book colouring by Scott Dutton

Homage to the original colour.

Comic book packaging by Scott Dutton

With re-created trade dress added.

Comic book colouring by Scott Dutton

New colour version.

Comic book packaging by Scott Dutton

New colour version with re-created trade dress.

Back Issue No. 135 from TwoMorrows

Back Issue No. 135 from TwoMorrows.


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