Ken Meyer Jr. is writing a column over at comicattack.net called Ink Stains that I’m enjoying quite a bit. The latest column focuses on the work of one of my favorite early ’80s creators, Rick McCollum. (McCollum is mentioned favorably in the Past Works section of this website.) It has a long quote on Rick’s [...]
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When I recorded a podcast with Joey Manley, I got one of my facts wrong. I said that Chris Reeve’s first SUPERMAN film came out in 1979. It actually came out in December, 1978. (STAR TREK: THE MOTION PICTURE — another movie that was very important to me — came out the following Christmas.) This [...]
I’ve linked to the website at http://www.ultrazine2000.com quite a bit on this site in the past, since Matt Bucher’s ULTRAZINE played an important part in my history as a comics creator. I also mentioned in the TalkAboutComics podcast that I recorded with Joey Manley. This site has been down for a couple weeks now. Apparently [...]
WEIRD MUSE #1 front cover(c)2006 Dan W. Taylor Dan W. Taylor — not to be confused with the Dan Taylor who does SUPER HERO HAPPY HOUR — is someone who played a major part in my history as a comics creator. You can read more about the role he played on the Pre-1989 Past Works [...]
The main reason for this post is to provide a home for Jerry Goebert’s recent “blast from the past” comment. Jerry’s an old friend of mine. I did some comix with him in the ’80s. If you didn’t already know, I’ve been involved in various small press/independent comics scenes since the early ’80s. I learned [...]
I’ve got a big batch of autobiographical comics I just purchased here by Justin Green, Carol Tyler, Joe Chiappetta, Denny Eichhorn, Vaughn Bode, and Jim Valentino. I want to write semi-informal blog reviews of them in the days to come. Dan W. Taylor — mentioned elsewhere on this site — sent me a new “old [...]