dr_hermes (dr_hermes) wrote,
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Reflections of the Drifting Man

The black & white magazine WARRIOR was a bit of a Golden Age of British comics all in itself. It gave us V FOR VENDETTA, LASER ERASER AND PRESSBUTTON, MARVELMAN okay okay MIRACLEMAN, THE BOJEFFRIES SAGA, and THE SPIRAL PATH. Well, yes and also BIG BEN- THE MAN WITH NO TIME FOR CRIME. The story here was a one-off by Steve Parkhouse and John Ridgway, the somber and haunting "Home Is the Sailor."





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