Thursday, February 23, 2012


Perhaps the koolest (and least-preachy) anti-drug comic ever...
Produced in 1971 by Byron Preiss and Jim Steranko as an anti-drug mini-comic and distributed to public schools, this tale was reprinted in Steranko's magazine ComixScene in 1973.
It's a great example of effective cinematic storytelling that's remained unreprinted for almost 40 years.

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Digitally-remastered from a classic vintage comic book cover (for a VERY HTF series) from the era of Blaxploitation flicks!

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