George Gladir Archives

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George Gladir's stories also helped shape Sabrina, but that should be obvious The stories are fun, and explain how she can't fall in love (among other things) This doesn't stop Sabrina, and Gladir makes plenty use of her boy-crazy ways. Rudy Lappick's colors are also impressive Lapick's use of opposing colors bring out the characters[...]
Archie Summer Annual #280 Review: Summertime Shenanigans!
I'm partial to the one-page gag stories, especially A Cause For A Pause and Beach Speech, where Archie proves just how girl-crazy he is. There's a ton of talent in here, including Stan Goldberg, Dan DeCarlo, George Gladir, Chic Stone, Fernando Ruiz, and more Archie Summer Annual #280 is a great read for kids who may[...]
Complete Sabrina The Teenage Witch 1962-1971 Review – Do You Believe In Magic?
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Sabrina was introduced to the world in Archie's Mad House #22 in 1962, from writer George Gladir and Dan DeCarlo The little 5 page story would turn out to be one of Archie's most enduring franchises, spawning various comic titles, a movie, and one of the most loved television shows of all time Honestly[...]