Artwork of the Day: End of a J.D. (by Mitchell Hooks)


by Mitchell Hooks

This is from 1960.  J.D. stands for juvenile delinquent.  I like this cover, with the way the two realistically-drawn characters are surrounded by an expressionistic cityscape.  This cover was done by Mitchell Hooks, who we’ve featured many times on the site and who we’ll probably feature many more times in the future.

2 responses to “Artwork of the Day: End of a J.D. (by Mitchell Hooks)

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