A Connecticut Yankee in an old comic revisited

If there was ever a delightful case of casting your bread upon the waters…

It’s barely a week since I wrote about a chance nudging of a very old memory of reading a comic version of Mark Twain’s Connecticut Yankee at King Arthur’s Court. After an almost immediate response from my commenter David, alerting me to this having appeared in the short-lived Hurricane, I ordered a DVD ROM of practically the entire series.

By Saturday, I was actually reading this series!

There’ll be a longer article about Hurricane, and how I found it after 50 years, once I’ve finished reading the whole run, but thank you once again David, because I’ve already had a whale of a time, and I’m not yet a third of the way in!

2 thoughts on “A Connecticut Yankee in an old comic revisited

  1. Thanks David. I’ve found Steve Holland and I’m currently trying to ensure I can afford his somewhat more expensive Boy’s World Index (and perhaps, after that, his even more expensive Lion Index). I’d love to know artists and writers on Hurricane, especially on Sword for Hire and HMS Outcast, but I may not be able to justify this.

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