Wednesday, July 2, 2014
Comics Blah Blah Comics: Freedom Fighters
With the 4th of July coming up in a couple of days, I thought I might take a look at DC series from the mid-1970s, Freedom Fighters.
Like a lot of projects from this time period at DC, Freedom Fighters came from the desk of Gerry Conway and like a lot of Conway projects from that time, the first issues were a revolving door of talent before settling on a regular creative team. Conway plotted issue #1 and wrote issue #2, Marty Pasko scripted #1 and wrote #3 and #4 before Bob Rozakis came on board with issue #5 and wrote the rest of the series. After Ric Estrada and Pablo Marcos pencilled the first two issues, Ramona Fradon drew issue #s 3 through 6. Then Dick Ayers came on board with inker Jack Abel as of issue #8 and drew the series to the end.
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