f86 sabre jet – harvey kurtzman & alex toth

January 12, 2011

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11 Responses to “f86 sabre jet – harvey kurtzman & alex toth”


  1. [...] f86 sabre jet – harvey kurtzman & alex toth « SPACE IN TEXT via spaceintext.wordpress.com [...]

  2. Will Morris Says:

    Wow the colours (and artwork) are extrordinary!

  3. Fred James Says:

    I LOVE the F-86! Can one BUY this comic in a paper version? Will there be more?
    Please tell us more about the writer/artist!!!

    Thanks.
    Fred James
    Bellingham, WA

    • itsthatlady Says:

      Hello Fred,
      I’m glad you like it. Since F-86 was published in 1952, there are unlikely to be more in this series. However, there IS lots of Toth’s work on the net, and its great stuff. I’m just posting some more: http://wp.me/pExGV-5BH Enjoy.

    • Lee Grice Says:

      This story was recently reprinted (in black & white) in the Fantagraphics hardcover collection “Corpse On The Imjin!” along with all the other stories Harvey Kurtzman wrote for EC’s Frontline Combat and Two-Fisted Tales titles – some illustrated by Kurtzman himself, some by other artists such as Toth, Joe Kubert, Gene Colan, Dave Berg and Ric Estrada. A superb collection, and highly recommended.


  4. [...] Yes, it does get better – Alex Toth AND Harvey Kurtzman. Via Ninthart. With the full strip here at Alison Sampson’s Space In Text. [...]


  5. [...] storia intera continua su Space in Text e vi consiglio di leggerla, perché è incredibilmente bella sopra ogni [...]


  6. [...] Non ci parlavamo da quel piccolo incidente del 1952, a causa di quel lavoro intitolato “Sabrejet“, e tutto perché avevo osato cambiare una o due vignette! Gli dissi allora: “Harv, non [...]


  7. [...] Bond on Flickr: “…..inspired by Toth & Kurtzman’s “F-86 Sabre Jet“ I revisited the 20 year old “Hot Triggers” strip from Deadline. there were [...]


  8. […] Yes, it does get better – Alex Toth AND Harvey Kurtzman. Via Ninthart. With the full strip here at Alison Sampson’s Space In Text. […]


  9. […] Bond on Flickr: “…..inspired by Toth & Kurtzman’s “F-86 Sabre Jet“ I revisited the 20 year old “Hot Triggers” strip from Deadline. there were […]


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