A new, recurring feature that spotlights great, lesser-known comics that demand your attention…

Peter Stone’s NEAL ADAMS CHRONICLES column has been a real hit with you readers. But Pete — Adams’ son-in-law — has other itches to scratch and has a particular affinity for great comics that have faded into obscurity, or never got the proper attention to begin with.

So, welcome to BURIED TREASURE, a new, recurring feature here at 13th Dimension, in which Pete will shine a well-deserved spotlight on first-rate comics that deserve another look or ones you may have skipped over the first time around.

“Brilliant men and women created comic book stories in genres like crime, Westerns, science fiction and romance,” sez Pete. “The wondrous thing about comic books is that there are perhaps thousands and thousands of titles and stories that are great that do not feature Batman fighting the Joker or Spider-man fighting the Green Goblin.

“This feature will focus on some of the truly marvelous series or individual issues that flew under the radar. The creatives may be well known for their work on Batman or Wolverine or Spider-Man, but these series are the ones that you may have missed.”

We’re kicking it off with a look at Adam Kubert’s Jonny Quest spinoff miniseries Jezebel Jade for Comico back in the 1980s and you can click here to dive in.

“Join me for future segments that don’t always feature capes and tights with such artistic luminaries such as Kevin Nowlan, P. Craig Russell, Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez, and even Neal Adams. It is my goal with this feature to show just a few lost classic — or buried — treasures that might thrill and excite you,” Pete adds.

Meanwhile, also check out Pete’s similar segments in the Adams family’s Facebook livestreams on Wednesday and Friday evenings. They begin between 7 and 7:30 p.m. Click here.

Far out.


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Author: Dan Greenfield

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  1. Great idea! Looking forward to it.

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  2. Peter, this is a great idea. There is so much great stuff out there that deserves re-visiting or discovering new. I look forward to more installments. I have lost count of how much stuff I’ve gone back looking for due to articles on this site, publications by the TwoMorrows’ Publishing House etc. I’m especially enjoying discovering classic newspaper strips that I wouldn’t have given much thought to if not for features like these. I am currently learning about the 1950’s Flash Gordon dailies. Now I must go see if I can find issues of this Jade character. 😉

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  3. This is a cool. Can’t wait to see what’s coming up.

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