Bernie Wrightson House of Mystery #231 "Werewolf"
DC Comics May 1975 Cover Date
Wrightson's pen and ink crosshatching and Frazetta-influenced sense of blacking (and figure placement) helped his compositions stand out. Wrightson's old-world feel also added a kind of Yankee gothic atmosphere to the DC Comics which otherwise were leaned towardthe look and pacing of TV and movies.
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