Strange Adventures #218, DC Comics, June 1969. Artist: Neal Adams. I love the Neal Adams cover to...Read More
It would have been Big John Buscema’s 89th birthday this week. The man who was one of the...Read More
During an impressive period—2005 through 2012—Mark Schultz turned his attention to producing a...Read More
One of the best examples of Big John Buscema’s Conan is probably the one that has been seen by fewer fans than any other. In 1991 Marvel released the graphic novel “Conan the Rogue” which was a story that was plotted, penciled, inked and coloured by Big John Buscema. He got his long time collaborator Roy Thomas to script the story, which he had plotted and oh what a job these two did on this book! It had a relatively low print run and was never really promoted from what I understand.Read More
Being a passionate fan of comics, it is only natural to dream and hope that one day you could possibly work in/with them.
Well, I might not work in comics, but I do live in a city that allows me to meet and be friends with people who are. My next couple of articles will be a series of interviews with people who work in the comic industry focusing on how they got into the positions they are in today. These people include artists, writers, retailers, editors etc.Read More
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Review | Walter Simonson Star Wars Artist’s EditionAug 15, 2019 | AE Reviews