The Marvel Age of Comics
Two pages from CAPTAIN AMERICA #173 by Sal Buscema and Vince Colletta. This was from te short period where, to save money, every issue would have two pages drawn on a single board as one page.
Sal’s border notes read:
CYKE SPOTS STEVE & SAM - HE MUST MAKE THIS LOOK GOOD
FIRES A BOLT
SAM DODGES & STEVE KEEPS COMING - CYKE MISSED ON PURPOSE OF COURSE
LINDA FLIPS CYKE
STEVE BELTS HIM BEFORE HE GETS UP - NOT FULL POWER
CYKE ACTS DAZED - FIRES SHOT WILD, BUT—
—TELEGRAPHED ENOUGH TO STEVE COULD SAVE LINDA—

Two pages from CAPTAIN AMERICA #173 by Sal Buscema and Vince Colletta. This was from te short period where, to save money, every issue would have two pages drawn on a single board as one page.

Sal’s border notes read:

CYKE SPOTS STEVE & SAM - HE MUST MAKE THIS LOOK GOOD

FIRES A BOLT

SAM DODGES & STEVE KEEPS COMING - CYKE MISSED ON PURPOSE OF COURSE

LINDA FLIPS CYKE

STEVE BELTS HIM BEFORE HE GETS UP - NOT FULL POWER

CYKE ACTS DAZED - FIRES SHOT WILD, BUT—

—TELEGRAPHED ENOUGH TO STEVE COULD SAVE LINDA—

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  2. yusakujon3 said: I wonder how they worked that out (two pages on a single board)? When you consider the time period, I could guess that this was right during the recession and Oil Crisis of the early 1970s. And Sal looked good no matter who inked him.
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