Once upon a time, Will Eisner did a comic book called THE SPIRIT. It was great. Years later, Frank Miller made a movie of it. It was… Not.
Sam Glanzman means a lot to me. He was an early influence on my visual thinking and has become an honored friend. He’s still around and still doing great stuff after an amazing 76 years (!!!) of writing and drawing comic books.
Moana is the first “Disney Princess” for whom romance is never mentioned or even hinted at. This is an action-adventure story about a smart, fearless, resourceful and (to use the buzzword) strong girl setting out to single-handedly save the world (spoiler alert: she does), without a single mention of marriage, boyfriends, romance or love of any kind except her love for her island, family and the sea.
It’s time to review some trade paperbacks and prose books! Strap in!
Travis talks with Drew Ford of It’s Alive! comics about his Kickstarter for Sam Glanzman’s Voyage to the Deep!
So Dave Smith wanted to know about me and Doc Savage, and I answered him. A column’s worth of answers, it turns out.
We’re living in a golden age of comic book reprints, but there are still a few classics that have been unfairly neglected. John has a few suggestions.