5 pgs. Appeared first time [B&W] in Death Rattle #1 (1972). Reprinted [B&W] in Fritz the Cat #2 (1974), and [B&W] in Richard Corben Complete Works #1 (1985).
Story/Art: Richard Corben (no signature, © 1972). Psychedelic color: (unknown, not by Mr. Corben). Lettered by hand (Corben).
France [FRA]: as “Glurp!”, [COLOR] (!) in Actuel [II] #42 (1974?) [VERS.2], and as “Pour faire passer” in Razar le lâche (1976) and L’Echo des savanes spécial U.S.A. [I] #21 (1981).
Germany [GER]: as “Liebe geht durch den Magen [VERS.3]” in Schwermetall #69 (1985) and Schwermetall, Neue Sammelband #10.
Italy [ITA]: as “Gastric Fortitude [ITA]” in Alter alter 5/77.
The Netherlands [NL]: as “Een zwakke maag” in Richard Corben #1 [NL]: Elf Gruwelijke Verhalen (1980).
Spain [SPA]: as “Fortaleza gástrica” in Creepy [SPA] #3, Corben o la ternura del monstruo (1979) and Richard Corben obras completas #3 (1985).
Style: B&W zipatone. Genre: Horror / Humour. Time Span: No particular moment of time. Nudity: Full frontal.
Keywords: Lost in rain. Shelter. Warmth of girl. Reward. Bones. Food.
Synopsis: Voluptuous girl lets man come in, because he losts himself with car in rain. Girl offers him warmth of house and herself, but demands a reward.
Comment: Corben’s own story is short and simple, but B&W artwork is very interesting. There is lots of straight nudity.
Alternatives, [VERS.2]: Only known existing (psychedelic!) color version is printed in France, Actuel [II] #42 (1974?).
Alternatives, [VERS.3]: In GER version on the last page on second frame the dead man on the ground was inked over leaving the floor black. For readers there was enigma what really happened.
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Created: September 13, 1997. Last updated: May 8, 2020 at 22:27 pm