Sunday, July 24, 2011

PaperBack


Gardner F. Fox, Queen of Sheba, Gold Medal, 1956






5 comments:

Charles Gramlich said...

ooooh, I want that book. gonna see if I can find it on amazon

Bill Crider said...

I won't ask why you want it.

Brent McKee said...

I'm with Charles - I'd like to snag a copy of that book!

Gardner Fox was one of the great names at DC Comics in the Golden Age of comics and into the early Silver Age. He created The Justice Society of America, The Sandman, the first Jay Garrick Flash story, Hawkman, Dr. Fate, and Starman, and worked on early Batman stories. In the Silver Age he helped revive The Flash (the Barry Allen version), Hawkman, the Ray Palmer versionof The Atom, created Adam Strange, invented the concept of the "multiverse" with his story "Flash of Two Worlds" and with Julius Schwartz helped create the Justice League of America. In 1971 he estimated that he had written 50,000,000 words in the course of his career.

Anonymous said...

This love story has always been of interest to me.

Dinah C.

D. Curry said...

Growing up I remember reading and hearing about this story. This love story was always a favorite of mine, because it reflect how love can make people do almost any thing. I am going to have to purchase this book.

D. Curry.