Sure, most comic art fans know the work of Gray Morrow, as he made quite a mark with his work for more horror and mystery comics than you could shake a broomstick at, but this criminally-underrated artist did very little actual work on the famed superheroes, much to many a fan's disappointment...But, direct from the pages of an early-70s issue of the MONSTER TIMES fanzine, here is a look at some of Gray's superior superhero sketches, not widely seen by comics fans! Click each image to enlarge!
|Above: Gray had a style that featured just the right|
combo of realism and superhero action! Wanna
see more of his version of Batman? Click here!
|Above: Not exactly the Web-Spinner we're used to, but still|
great! Gray had a fling with another Marvel superhero, as
you'll see below!
|Above: Gray was not one for slavish attention to details, but I |
kinda dig this take on Wonder Woman's outfit!
|Above: The artist also excelled at likenesses, as seen|
in this STAR TREK image!
|Above two images: Gray drew (with touch-ups by John Romita, Sr.) a terrific |
back-up tale in CAPTAIN AMERICA #144, from 1971! This story
just happens to debut the Falcon's iconic red-and-white costume!
|Above three images: Gray brings a new vibe to|
Superman, Supergirl, and Batman (again!)
|Above two images: A look at the high-flying|
Hawkman and the jovial Joker, both from a 1975
color portfolio featuring Gray's work!