Farewell to a writer’s writer.
Stan Lee’s legacy is too great for just one person to sum up, so I asked some prominent fans and professionals to share their recollections of Stan.
When a person in the arts dies, we should celebrate their beautiful achievements. So let’s do that with Norm Breyfogle, the Batman artist’s Batman artist!
We lost Russ Heath today. He passed peacefully at age 91. If you don’t know his work, do yourself a favor and look him up. He was one of the best comic artists of his generation, specializing in WWII and western comics. Aside from his enviable talent, Russ was quite the character. He was cranky but in a fun curmudgeonly way, always quick with a (usually off-color) joke, but with pretty strong opinions about comics and a lot of other things. Today we say goodbye.
A few of us here at the Junk Shop talk about our favorite Steve Ditko moments in comics.
The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed that Steve Ditko, the legendary co-creator of Spider-Man and Dr. Strange, among others, has passed away at the age of 90. Mr. Ditko died in …
One of the most incisive and compelling observers of the human condition, Harlan Ellison passed away in his sleep last week at age 84. Everyone who ever met him has a Harlan story, to the point that being in his presence was usually referred to as “witnessing the ‘Harlan Live’ show,” and we here at the Junk Shop are no exceptions. Here are a few.