Alex Corbett and Walter Andrewkowski, two guys thrown together by chance, now making their way in a crazy universe one adventure at a time. All the while trying to stay one step ahead of the mafia and with the hopes of turning a profit.
These are their original adventures, first published in the 1990's as black and white mini-comics.
So Egesta Comics was trundling along, doing it's thing, but we had met other creative people, interested in doing comics. And we thought, well, why not help them out and become a publisher of other comics besides DFS. One of those people was Greg Beetam, who created a comic called Mightier Than the Sword, a fantasy series about a down and out guy named Kel who gets a magic sword.
Greg also began to do some bits and bobs on DFS with this issue, specifically background characters. In the second panel of this page you will actually see the back of Kel, Bugs Bunny and, well a clown. Greg also helped us move to using stronger areas of solid black.
Also on this page, a poster for Donny and the Amazing Chest Hair. At the time, Donny Osmond was making a big splash playing the lead in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat.