Did Lord Lazee morph into Sinistral Sloth

As much as I like Round Robin in the middle of the top row, note the bottom right cover. Lord Lazee? Could he be related to Sinistral Sloth of Satanwyck, a Phantacea Mythos character scheduled to return in “Destination Damnation” (‘DesDam’), the second mini-novel in the open-ended saga of ‘Wilderwitch’s Babies’?

(The first mini-novel in the saga is still on track for a release, at least in PDF form, this summer {June 2016}. It’s still called “Decimation Damnation” {‘DecDam’} and it still needs a cover, though.)

Six superhero covers from Harvey Comics in the 1960s

Six superhero covers from Harvey Comics as taken from pHantacea on pHacebook

Re Lord Lazee, here’s a blow up of the cover that sparked the sublimation query made above.

Blow up of Jack Q Frost superhero comic cover from mid-60s, artist uncredited

Jack Q Frost attacks Lord Lazee, artist unlisted, note the fiery demons

The biggest problem with identifying him as Sinistral Sloth of Satanwyck is that Sloth’s equivalent of Lazee’s little devils are notoriously flammable. Of course there could be fiery demons down there in Sedon’s Temple but, if so, D-Brig 3 haven’t come across them in DesDam as yet. That might change in the editing phase to come of course.

BTW, Sinistral Sloth’s Illuminary-given name in the Phantacea Mythos is

Baaloch Hellblob. He’s  called ‘Blob’ at least as often as Lord Lazy even though sheer laziness is his attribute.

Transparent enlargement of Lord Lazee's devils, artist unknown

Satanwyck’s Demons are notoriously flammable; evidently not so Lord Lazee’s little devils

Ditto, as per here, Domdaniel-Pride, Lady Lust, Santa Mammon (aka Sinistral Avarice) and so on. All but Arisandesam the Conquering Worm (aka Sinistral Gluttony) play roles in DesDam.

So too does Bobby Badboy, that envious little sprite or cupid (for Cupidity), who has already played a role in “Contagion Collectors“. He was (what else?) the putrid putto hanging out with Herta Heartthrob in Nuremberg when the latter, a biomage-made demon, abducted the ill, hence highly contagious, boy Dire, age 6, and his loyal dog, a dachshund named Drang.

There’s more on DecDam here and here.

Hasankyef House Head Given Eyes by Jim McPherson in 2008; shot taken in Turkey, 2003

Hasankyef House Head Given Eyes by Jim McPherson in 2008; shot taken in Turkey, 2003

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