Today I am going to post a story which was published in frew quite recently (only a year ago or so) but which actually is an old one from 1978 from scandenavia. A fine story it is but in all its printing history it was always printed in black and white only. It gives me immense pleasure to present this in colour now.
Written by Norman Worker, a fine story writer, who can better be introduced to indian phantom phans as the writer of Indrajal Comics "Vultures over Vacul Castle" which was published in two parts and is counted among the handful of good indrajal stories not penned by Falk himself. The artwork is by Georges Bess. During the initial years of his work, Bess was considered to be influenced by the style of Sy Barry, and for which some of the phans target him. But I liked the artwork in the comic for a number of reasons. Now it is upto you to decide about the quality of the artwork in the comic.
Special thanks to prabhat, who posted the black and white scans of this frew comic on his blog, and from where I downloaded this and to the original scanner.
Earlier issue covers of the same story (from scandenavia)
I am away from the comics blogs for a long time now. This very comic I had uploaded on mediafire about 2 months ago, but did not find time to post the same on blog. Life is passing through a turbulent phase and I don't know how and when it will settle down for some calm and peace. Till then, the irregularity will remain, sadly.