Courtesy of Sean Philbo Phillips, friend of this blog and the man with more issues of Look-In than you, here's a double dose of the mighty John M. Burns.
With The Bionic Woman strip, John ( as always ) elevates a fairly blah script into the most exciting visual reading experience a kid could ask for, with figures literally bouncing around the page, as well as Burns taking every opportunity to show off Jaime Sommers' ludicrously long legs.
Check out also, his incredible use of colour, right up there with Gray Morrow's, using combinations and palettes that really shouldn't work, but somehow always do.
And to prove Burns is no slouch at Black & White or more detailed work, here's the long forgotten Oliver Tobias vehicle Smuggler ( even I struggle to remember this one! )
As far as I'm concerned, Burns is up there with Frank Bellamy & Leo Baxendale as legendary British cartoonists, so I'm just gonna keep posting his stuff until he gets some kind of lifetime acheivement award or something.