Saturday, June 29, 2013

Continuity Studios Unmasked

Ever since I first heard of "Continuity Associates" back in the 1970s, the hip name invoked in my mind an image of a high-tech glass-and-steel skyscraper with Neal Adams roaming the spacious workspace in a tuxedo or something.

The above photograph of Mr. Adams working with the seated Carl Potts paints a more down-to-earth reality for the early days of Continuity.

I find vintage photos from the world of comics to be fascinating (as I told you when I previously showed you this one.)


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