Raven kane and klaus netzle - silicon valley


Come the mid ’60s and the superhero boom caused by the Batman TV series found Kane very much in demand; first as part of Schwartz’s ‘new look’ team for the Batman comics, and then, beginning in 1966, as a sort of soldier of fortune – working for Tower Comics on Noman and Undersea Agent as well as Menthor and The Raven in THUNDER Agents ; for King Comics drawing Flash Gordon ; for Warren doing filler pages for Eerie and Creepy ; for Harvey Comics on Tiger Boy in Unearthly Spectaculars ; DC’s new Plastic Man book was graced by a first issue by Gil Kane, and 1967 even saw Gil working at Marvel drawing episodes of The Hulk and Captain America as well as a number of covers.


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