Stories

Uncle Frank:

While growing up on Long Island, I guess I was around ten or eleven years old, my cousin Ellie and her husband Frank would often visit us to enjoy the pool and a fun backyard barbecue. They would bring their children for us to play with while they lounged. The one thing that caught my eye was Uncle Frank, as I called him, reclining with a large pad on his lap drawing away, always while chatting with the other adults. I would find myself frequently looking over his shoulder only to find that what he was drawing with no reference was, Al Capp’s syndicated newspaper column, ”Little Abner.” Little did I know the influence he would have in my life in less than a decade. To this I say, ”Thanks for being there Frank Frazetta.”

 

 

 

 

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