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Title Author Publication Issue Page Abstract
The Era of Adams: An Appreciation Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 1 (Spring 1998) 1 We thank Neal for his Batman cover and discuss his DC years
Editor's Rant Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 1 (Spring 1998) 2 "Golden Ages, Julie Schwartz, and Alex Toth"
Archie Goodwin 1937-1998: He's in Heaven Jim Warren Comic Book Artist 1 (Spring 1998) 3 James Warren remembers Archie
The Daring and the Different Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 1 (Spring 1998) 5 "Celebrating the Era of "Artist as Editor""
Director Comments Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 1 (Spring 1998) 6 thru 15 Interview with Carmine Infanto about rise from Art Director to Publisher of DC Comics
Running the West and Loving It Tom Stewart Comic Book Artist 1 (Spring 1998) 16-18 Bat Lash is examined by Tom Stewart
Orlando's Weird Adventures Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 1 (Spring 1998) 19-27 "Interview with Artist/Editor Joe Orlando on Mystery books, Plop! and the Spectre"
A Tale from the Swamp Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 1 (Spring 1998) 28-29 "The past of Swamp Thing with Wein, Wrightson, and Orlando"
Along Came Giordano Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 1 (Spring 1998) 30-40 Interview with Artist/Editor Dick Giordano on move from Charlton and his new books
The Story that Haunted Julius Schwartz CBA Comic Book Artist 1 (Spring 1998) 41-42 "Schwartz, Wein, Wolfman and Adams talk about "The House that Haunted Batman""
Cracking the Code: The Liberalization of the Comics Code Amy Kiste Nyberg Comic Book Artist 1 (Spring 1998) 43-46 Amy Kiste Nyberg examines the 1970 revisions of the Comic Code
Neal Adams Art Showcase Neal Adams Comic Book Artist 1 (Spring 1998) 47-51 Sixteen of Neal Adams' Thumbnail Sketches for a forgotten Batman and Robin Story
Takin' Ten with a Regular Joe CBA Comic Book Artist 1 (Spring 1998) 52-57 "Joe Kubert on Tarzan, Firehair & some of the Greatest War Comics of All Time "
"The Battle for "Jericho" CBA Comic Book Artist 1 (Spring 1998) 58-60 The Mystery of Teen Titans #20 revealed
Can Lightning Strike Twice? Paul Charles Hamerlinck Comic Book Artist 1 (Spring 1998) 61-63 The Return of the World's Mightiest Mortal by Paul C. Hamerlinck
The King and the Director Sigal, Rubin, Hock, and Bigley Comic Book Artist 1 (Spring 1998) 64-67 A 1972 interview with Jack Kirby and Carmine Infanto conducted at DC offices
Archie's Comics Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 1 (Spring 1998) 68-73 Archie Goodwin's final interview
Who was Mike Sekowsky? Tom Stewart Comic Book Artist 1 (Spring 1998) 74-75 Tom Stewart talks to the Friends of Mike
Mike Sekowsky's Mod Garrie Burr Comic Book Artist 1 (Spring 1998) 76-79 Garrie Burr looks at the mod oddness of the neglected Artist/Editor
Stripped Rick Pinchera Comic Book Artist 1 (Spring 1998) 80 Rick Pinchera's caustic funny strip makes its debut
Publishorial John Morrow Back Issue 1 (December 2003) 2 Our fearless leader John Morrow welcomes you to the ultimate comics experience
Editorial Michael Eury Back Issue 1 (December 2003) 3 "DC vs. Marvel musings by editor Michael Eury, plus a BACK ISSUE content primer"
PRO2PRO: Marv Wolfman and George Perez Andy Mangels Back Issue 1 (December 2003) 4-43 Two top talents ruminate on working for DC and Marvel
The Greatest Stories Never Told: The Original JLA/Avengers Crossover Michael Eury Back Issue 1 (December 2003) 50-61 When (editorial) titans clash! A look at JLA/Avengers old and new
Rough Stuff: Jack Kirby Spotlight David Hamilton and John Morrow Back Issue 1 (December 2003) 62-73 "70s and '80s pencil artwork by the "King""
"Beyond Capes: Tarzan, Tarzan, Tarzan" Tom Stewart Back Issue 1 (December 2003) 74-85 "The Lord of the Jungle's long, strange journey through the jungles of three publishers"
Off My Chest: From There to Infantino Carmine Infantino Back Issue 1 (December 2003) 86-88 DC Comics' former editorial director reveals his 1970s plan to take on Marvel
Back In Print: Jimmy Olsen: Adventures by Jack Kirby Michael Eury Back Issue 1 (December 2003) 89-91 Kirby's 1970 jump from Marvel to DC is now collected in a new trade paperback
"Back Talk: "DC's for me!" or "Make Mine Marvel!"??" Back Issue 1 (December 2003) 92-95 Our letters column debuts with pros & fans taking sides in the DC vs. Marvel war
Ye Ed's Rant Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 2:01 (July 2003) 4 People vs. things
Knowles Knows Chris Knowles Comic Book Artist 2:01 (July 2003) 6 New Golden Ages
Kirby's Back! Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 2:01 (July 2003) 9 Jimmy O. reprinted!
Young GODS Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 2:01 (July 2003) 10 Bagge breaks a sweat
High Five Todd Klein Comic Book Artist 2:01 (July 2003) 11 Todd Klein's top letterers
Hot Stuff Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 2:01 (July 2003) 15 "Tripwire x 10, Blankets, Terry Austen, and Eric Powell's Goon"
Backstory Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 2:01 (July 2003) 18 "Barry Windsor-Smith, The Incredible Hulk, and Marvel Comics"
Queries 'n' Quandaries Comic Book Artist 2:01 (July 2003) 25 "Readers, can you help out an old mag?"
Irving on the Inside Chris Irving Comic Book Artist 2:01 (July 2003) 26 Catching Up with Michael Lark
Khoury's Corner George Khoury Comic Book Artist 2:01 (July 2003) 30 Gen13/ Batman
"With Great Power..." Stan Lee in the '70s Jordan Raphael, Tom Spurgeon Comic Book Artist 2:01 (July 2003) 32 "Excerpt from "Stan Lee and the Rise and Fall of the American Comic Book""
A Craig Thompson Sketchbook Craig Thompson Comic Book Artist 2:01 (July 2003) 41 "The author of Good-Bye, Chunky Rice and Blankets, shares personal sketches from a European vacation"
The Art of Dynamic Realism Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 2:01 (July 2003) 49
Neal Adams: An Illustrator and His Tools Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 2:01 (July 2003) 50 "The comic book artist discusses Alex Ross, his early work, realism, and painting"
Alex Ross: True Colors Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 2:01 (July 2003) 56 "The field's hottest talent talks about his upbringing, the "reality" of superheroes, and the future"
Comic Book Artist Classic R. Crumb Comic Book Artist 2:01 (July 2003) 63
Arcade Robert Crumb Comic Book Artist 2:01 (July 2003) 64 color cover gallery
"The Story of Arcade, The Comics Revue" Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 2:01 (July 2003) 65 Jon sets the stage for the arrival of the seminal comix mag
Art Spiegelman: Lifeboat Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 2:01 (July 2003) 66 The Pulitzer winning cartoonist on his early years and midwiving the quarterly mag devoted to the best of comix
Bill Griffith: An American Life Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 2:01 (July 2003) 78 "The creator of Zippy the Pinhead on his formative times, and days as co-editor of Arcade, The Comics Revue"
Arcade Index Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 2:01 (July 2003) 91 ""Where to Find" suggestions"
"CBA Classic Extra: Tod Holton, Super Green Beret" Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 2:01 (July 2003) 92 Jon's blatantly opinionated essay on the worst comic of all
Michael Moorcock: Verse and Multiverse Comic Book Artist 2:01 (July 2003) 94 "The great science-fiction author on his comics work, part one"
The Altered Ego: An Editorial of Sorts Roy Thomas Alter Ego 2:01 (Spring 1998) 2-3 "Alter Ego is back, and the editor explains the history of the world's first super-hero fanzine"
A Brief Ode to Joe Kubert Roy Thomas Alter Ego 2:01 (Spring 1998) 4 Our tribute to a guy named Joe who just happened to draw some of the greatest comic books of all time
The Fox and the Fans: Letters to Gardner F. Fox from Future Pros 1959-65 Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 2:01 (Spring 1998) 5-9 Paying respect to the great Golden and Silver age author; letter writers from the early '60s
It Was Thirty Years Ago Today: The Rarely-Seen Topps Superhero Parodies Roy Thomas Alter Ego 2:01 (Spring 1998) 10 "Roy talks about Topp Cards Co. aborted super-hero mini-parodies with work by Wood, Kane, Spiegelman, and Brown"
Sneak Peek Bonus! Len Brown, Art Spiegelman Alter Ego 2:01 (Spring 1998) 11-16 Scenes from the Justice Society Story That Time Forgot
"Gil Kane, Marvel's "Amazing-Man": An Appreciation" Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 2 (Summer 1998) 1 Gil discusses his heroic ideal and his fascination with Bill Everett's legendary character
"Editor's Rant: Big Books, Small Minds" Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 2 (Summer 1998) 2 "Matters of size, the Virtues of Giving, & Barry Windsor-Smith: Storyteller"
CBA Communiques: Letters to the Artist Comic Book Artist 2 (Summer 1998) 3 A few of the missives we've received on our first issue
Stripped Rick Pinchera Comic Book Artist 2 (Summer 1998) 4 "Rick Pinchera waves the flag and bangs the drum about "The Living Legend of WWII""
"Making Mine Marvel, 1970-77" Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 2 (Summer 1998) 5 Ed Comments on Marvel's Second Wave and Roy Thomas celebrates Gil Kane
Stan the Man and Roy the Boy Stan Lee, Roy Thomas Comic Book Artist 2 (Summer 1998) 6 thru 19 A conversation between Stan Lee & Roy Thomas about Marvel in the '70s
The Heir Apparent Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 2 (Summer 1998) 20-33 Interview with Marvel's Editor-In-Chief Roy Thomas about the '70s at Marvel
CBA Pays Tribute to Bill Everett Mike Friedrich, Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 2 (Summer 1998) 34-36 An Interview with Bill's daughter Wendy and former roommate Mike Friedrich
The Mark of Kane CBA Comic Book Artist 2 (Summer 1998) 38-41 "Interview with Marvel's Cover Man, Gil Kane, and his days in the House of Ideas"
Alias Barry Windsor-Smith Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 2 (Summer 1998) 42-46 Conversation with the Conan artist and his view of Marvel Comics
Barry Windsor-Smith Artist Showcase Barry Windsor-Smith Comic Book Artist 2 (Summer 1998) 47-50 "The artist's collage of The Dark God, the Conan/Rune encounter in black and white"
The Uncensored Conan Barry Windsor-Smith Comic Book Artist 2 (Summer 1998) 51 "Panels from Conan the Barbarian #11, "The Dweller in the Dark" by Windsor-Smith"
The Man Called Ploog Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 2 (Summer 1998) 52-57 "Interview with Mike Ploog, co-creator of Ghost Rider, about his time at Marvel"
Steranko's Unknown Marvels J. David Spurlock Comic Book Artist 2 (Summer 1998) 58-61 J. David Spurlock examines Steranko's career as '70s Marvel cover artist
Starlin's Cosmic Books Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 2 (Summer 1998) 62-66 Interview with artist/writer Jim Starlin and his Adam Warlock & Captain Mar-Vell
Fred Hembeck's Dateline: @!!?* Fred Hembeck Comic Book Artist 2 (Summer 1998) 67 "Fred looks at the short career of Nomad, a.k.a. Captain America"
Steve Englehart & Soul Bob Brodsky Comic Book Artist 2 (Summer 1998) 68 Bob Brodsky gets the lowdown on the Avengers/ Captain America/ Dr. Strange scribe
"The Mutant Blackhawks": The Real Origin of the New X-Men" CBA Comic Book Artist 2 (Summer 1998) 75 "Roy Thomas, Mike Friedrich, and Dave Cockrum explain"
Editorial Michael Eury Back Issue 2 (February 2004) 2 "Remembering the decade of big hair, techno-pop, breakdancing, and comics' new wave"
Comico the Comic Company History and Checklist Michael Eury Back Issue 2 (February 2004) 3-6 Learn about the home of many of the 1980s' most groundbreaking comics and creators
PRO2PRO: Mike W. Barr and Adam Hughes Brian K. Morris Back Issue 2 (February 2004) 7-27 "The writer and artist of The Maze Agency recall their collaboration with their series editor, Michael Eury"
PRO2PRO: Matt Wagner and Diana Schutz Brian K. Morris Back Issue 2 (February 2004) 28-43 Creator Matt Wagner and editor Diana Schutz reveal the roots of Grendel
The Greatest Stories Never Told: Space Ghost vs. The Herculoids Michael Eury Back Issue 2 (February 2004) 44-47 Find out what would have happened in the Space Ghost sequel
Rough Stuff: Adam Hughes Spotlight Michael Eury Back Issue 2 (February 2004) 48-59 "From the late 1980s to today, pencil artwork by awesome Adam Hughes"
Beyond Capes: Twisted Tales and Alien Worlds Dan Johnson Back Issue 2 (February 2004) 60-71 "Dan Johnson examines Bruce Jones' gruesome series, with interviews and rare art galore"
"Off My Chest: You Can't Spell "Implosion" Without "I" Mike W. Barr Back Issue 2 (February 2004) 72-83 An insider's perspective of the infamous DC implosion and Cancelled Comics Cavalcade
Back In Print: Star Wars: A Long Time Ago Michael Eury Back Issue 2 (February 2004) 84-86 "A review of Dark Horse's collected editions of the 1970s' Marvel Star Wars comics, plus peeks at two new projects from DC Comics: Detective No. 27 and DC: The New Frontier"
Back Talk Back Issue 2 (February 2004) 87-90 Reactions to our first issue
Ye Ed's Rant Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 2:02 (October 2003) 4 My Summer Blackout
Knowles Knows Chris Knowles Comic Book Artist 2:02 (October 2003) 6 Show me the magic
Khoury's Corner George Khoury Comic Book Artist 2:02 (October 2003) 8 Alex Ross: Myth-Maker
Fandom's Faddah Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 2:02 (October 2003) 9 A talk with the legendary Julie Schwartz
"Must-Have, Double-Bagger" Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 2:02 (October 2003) 13 Joe Kubert's Yossel
Allred in the Family Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 2:02 (October 2003) 14 Catching up with the Madman creator
A. DaViD's Watching A. DaViD Comic Book Artist 2:02 (October 2003) 18 American splendor
Irving on the Inside Chris Irving Comic Book Artist 2:02 (October 2003) 22 Flying high with Rags Morales
Critical Mass Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 2:02 (October 2003) 22 "Reviews by Jon, Joe McCabe & Frank Plowright"
Fred Hembeck's Dateline: @*!?# Fred Hembeck Comic Book Artist 2:02 (October 2003) 25
Alex Ross Sketchbook Alex Ross Comic Book Artist 2:02 (October 2003) 26 The artist contributes rarely-seen work both in pencil and color
Frank Cho: The Monkey Boy Speaks Joseph McCabe Comic Book Artist 2:02 (October 2003) 34 The Liberty Meadows creator on his life and work
Frank Cho Art Gallery Frank Cho Comic Book Artist 2:02 (October 2003) 85 A mind-blowing selection of Monkey Boy art
J.J. Sedelmaier: An Unambiguously Happy Life Comic Book Artist 2:02 (October 2003) 44 "The field's hottest talent talks about his upbringing, the "reality" of superheroes, and the future"
Comic Book Artist Classic Howard V. Chaykin Comic Book Artist 2:02 (October 2003) 47
Star*Reach Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 2:02 (October 2003) 48 color cover gallery
Reaching for the Stars Comic Book Artist 2:02 (October 2003) 459 A Star*Reach Overview
Mike Friedrich: The Saga of Star*Reach Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 2:02 (October 2003) 50 The writer/publisher/artist rep on the dawn of alternative comics
Complete Star*Reach Comics Index Jon B. Cooke, David A. Roach Comic Book Artist 2:02 (October 2003) 75
"Rashomon, Mon Amour" Roy Thomas Alter Ego 2:02 (Summer 1998) 2-3 "How the Japanese film masterpiece relates to Comic Book Artist, Alter Ego, and just about everything else!"
A Fantastic First! Roy Thomas Alter Ego 2:02 (Summer 1998) 4-9 "Stan Lee's Synopsis for Fantastic Four #1, reproduced here for the first time ever, plus the plot for FF #8"
Internal Affairs Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 2:02 (Summer 1998) 10-13 "Michael T. Gilbert turns the spotlight on early '40s memos from DC's editors to their writers, especially Garder F. Fox"
"Okay, Axis, Here We Come- Again!" Roy Thomas Alter Ego 2:02 (Summer 1998) 14-17 Roy Thomas relates the mid-'70s creation of The Invaders- maybe the first retro comic
The Marvel-ous Topps Parodies Brown, Spiegelman et. al Alter Ego 2:02 (Summer 1998) 18-21 "Five more rare 1960's mini-classics by Gil Kane, Wally Wood, et al."
Ye Ed's Rant Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 2:03 (March 2004) 4 Heroes
Knowles Knows Chris Knowles Comic Book Artist 2:03 (March 2004) 6 Aeon of Flux
Khoury's Land of the Lost George Khoury Comic Book Artist 2:03 (March 2004) 8 Punishing Flury
Sparky's Legacy Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 2:03 (March 2004) 11 Gary Groth on The Complete Peanuts
CBA High Five Howard V. Chaykin Comic Book Artist 2:03 (March 2004) 18 Howard Chaykin's top five illustrators
Shameless Hype Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 2:03 (March 2004) 10 Plugging Ploog's Abadazab
Don McGregor Don McGregor Comic Book Artist 2:03 (March 2004) 20 Riding Shotgun
Irving on the Inside Chris Irving Comic Book Artist 2:03 (March 2004) 22 Land's Lady
Incoming! Comic Book Artist 2:03 (March 2004) 24 Letters to CBA
Fred Hembeck's Dateline: @*!?# Fred Hembeck Comic Book Artist 2:03 (March 2004) 26
Jay Stephens Sketchbook Jay Stephens Comic Book Artist 2:03 (March 2004) 27 "The Jet Cat cartoonist's work on Teen Titans, Nickelodeon & more"
Darwyn Cooke: New Frontiers Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 2:03 (March 2004) 34 "From Batman Beyond to Catwoman to The New Frontier, the newcomer gives us a look at his life"
Dave Stewart: Awash in Color Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 2:03 (March 2004) 44 The young comic book colorist on his impressive accomplishments
Mark Chiarello: Comics by Design Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 2:03 (March 2004) 68 "We launch "Pop-Ed Pages" by talking to DC's editorial art director"
Comic Book Artist Classic Bob Bolling Comic Book Artist 2:03 (March 2004) 47
Little Archie Gary Brown Comic Book Artist 2:03 (March 2004) 48 color cover gallery
My Adventures with Little Archie Gary Brown Comic Book Artist 2:03 (March 2004) 49 Gary Brown's Overview
Bob Bolling: An Adventurous Career Gary Brown Comic Book Artist 2:03 (March 2004) 52 The Little Archie creator/artist/writer on life with the puny redhead
Dexter Taylor: Taylor-Made Comics Gary Brown Comic Book Artist 2:03 (March 2004) 64 "The "other" great Little Archie artist on his long comics career"
The Altered Ego Roy Thomas Alter Ego 2:03 (Winter 1999) 2 The old A/E had a mascot! The new one's got two- or is it four?
Re: Alter Ego 2:03 (Winter 1999) 3 "By fax, snail-mail, and internet, your comments pour in."
An Insider's Part of Comic History: Jack Kirby's Spider-Man Steve Ditko Alter Ego 2:03 (Winter 1999) 4-7 Spidey's artist speaks- about the creation of everybody's favorite web-slinger.
"Draw For Comic Books! Learn and Earn in Your Spare Time at Home!" Roy Thomas Alter Ego 2:03 (Winter 1999) 8-13 It's 1954- and Joe Kubert and Norman Maurer are teaching us how to draw comics!
BatMania Bill Schelly Alter Ego 2:03 (Winter 1999) 14-21 Biljo White's classic fanzine- a fond appraisal by the author of The Golden Age of Comic Fandom.
"Hi! I'm Your Host, Tom Fagan!" Roy Thomas Alter Ego 2:03 (Winter 1999) 22-25 A photo-laden interview with the man who started a batman tradition.
Once Upon A Halloween Carl Gafford Alter Ego 2:03 (Winter 1999) 26-28 "In the 1970s, comic book pros beat a path to-- Rutland, Vermont?"
"A/E Extra: "Night of the Stalker" Thumbnails" Neal Adams Alter Ego 2:03 (Winter 1999) 29-30 Neal Adams' great layout drawings- shown actual size- to his and Denny O'Neil's Halloween story from Batman #237.
Thunder Over Hollywood Roy Thomas Alter Ego 2:03 (Winter 1999) 31-35 "Captain Thunder and Blue Bolt, of all super-heroes, in Tinseltown."
The Topps Parodies Gil Kane, Wally Wood, et. al Alter Ego 2:03 (Winter 1999) 36-40 The Hulk and King Features lampooned by gill Kane and Wally Wood.
Ye Ed's Rants Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 2:04 (September 2004) 4 Back from the abyss
Knowles Knows Chris Knowles Comic Book Artist 2:04 (September 2004) 6 Comic books as counter-culture
Khoury's Corner George Khoury Comic Book Artist 2:04 (September 2004) 8 "On George's latest book, True Brit"
McGregor's Riding Shotgun Don McGregor Comic Book Artist 2:04 (September 2004) 10 Full-Circle pop culture
Irving on the Inside Chris Irving Comic Book Artist 2:04 (September 2004) 14 Tony Millionaire's Sock Monkey
Will Power Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 2:04 (September 2004) 15 The Brothers Cooke documentary on Eisner
By Gum! Comic Book Artist 2:04 (September 2004) 17 There's a new magazine to chew on
Grocery Bagge Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 2:04 (September 2004) 18 "Peter's "Batboy" in Weekly World News"
Paul Gravett Interview Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 2:04 (September 2004) 19 Manga: 60 Years of Japanese Comics
Backstory: Fred Hembeck Destroys the Marvel Universe Fred Hembeck Comic Book Artist 2:04 (September 2004) 21
Alexa the Great Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 2:04 (September 2004) 27 A rising star emerges from the Kitchen clan
A Touch of Class Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 2:04 (September 2004) 31 A chat with publisher Manuel Auad
Fred Hembeck's Dateline:@*!?# Fred Hembeck Comic Book Artist 2:04 (September 2004) 39
Tony Zuniga: Hex and Other Blessings Shaun Clancy Comic Book Artist 2:04 (September 2004) 40 "Shaun Clancy chats with the first artist of the "Filipino Wave""
Alex Nino: The Fearless Artist Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 2:04 (September 2004) 49 "The brilliant visionary creator on early days in the old country, hitting it big in the states, and a career beyond comics"
Comic Book Artist Klasik Nester Redondo Comic Book Artist 2:04 (September 2004) 55
Filipino Komiks Color Cover Collection Manuel Auad Comic Book Artist 2:04 (September 2004) 54
The Philippine Question: Jon on the '70s Artist Invasion Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 2:04 (September 2004) 57 Jon on the '70s Artist Invasion
Context: A Brief History and Overview of the Philippines Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 2:04 (September 2004) 58
A-Z: A Guide to the Filipino Comic Book Artists David A. Roach Comic Book Artist 2:04 (September 2004) 60 David A. Roach gives a Who's Who of Philippine artists in U.S. Comics
Filipino Komiks: A History by John A. Lent John A. Lent Comic Book Artist 2:04 (September 2004) 74 The noted comics scholar provides a look at the home-grown comics
X Marks the Spot Roy Thomas Alter Ego 2:04 (Spring 1999) 2 A writer/editorial on the Roy Thomas/ Neal Adams collaborations
Re: Alter Ego 2:04 (Spring 1999) 3 A few notes from the Ed on Comic Book Artist #3
"Mutant Memories, or: "Write Pretty, Roy" Roy Thomas Alter Ego 2:04 (Spring 1999) 4-10 The Thomas/Adams X-Men- the other side of the coin
Everybody's a Critic! Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 2:04 (Spring 1999) 11-15 Michael T. Gilbert presents a new/old batch of fan-and-pan mail to Golden Age writer Gardner Fox
A (Rare) Steve Ditko Interview Bob Greene Alter Ego 2:04 (Spring 1999) 16-17 "Bill Schelly's dug up a 1966 fanzine gem- with 1964 Ditko art, yet!"
"What Did You Do in the Intergalactic War, Daddy?" Roy Thomas Alter Ego 2:04 (Spring 1999) 18-29 "Roy Thomas' walking tour of the Kree-Skrull War, with never-before-published pencils by Neal Adams."
Ye Ed's Rants Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 2:05 (December 2004) 4 Movin' and Chaykin
Quagmire Queries Jon B. Cooke & George Khoury Comic Book Artist 2:05 (December 2004) 5 Can you help with Swampmen?
Knowles Knows Chris Knowles Comic Book Artist 2:05 (December 2004) 6 Counter-Culture as comic books
Khoury's Corner George Khoury Comic Book Artist 2:05 (December 2004) 8 Wild Girl (& Boy): L. Moore & J. Reppion
A. DaViD's Watching A. DaViD Comic Book Artist 2:05 (December 2004) 10 Spider-Man: Once Upon A Time DVD
Incoming! Comic Book Artist 2:05 (December 2004) 19 Love letters about the Filipino issue
Rex Steele Joseph McCabe Comic Book Artist 2:05 (December 2004) 11 "The animated short, the comic, the Nazi Smasher!"
Imp of the Diverse Daniel Raeburn Comic Book Artist 2:05 (December 2004) 15 "Dan Raeburn and his new book, Chris Ware"
High Five Jeff Gebb, Hugh Surratt Comic Book Artist 2:05 (December 2004) 20 Rating the bets album covers by comic book artists
CBA Sketchbook Sonny Liew Comic Book Artist 2:05 (December 2004) 23 The art of Sonny Liew
Howard Chaykin: An American Artist Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 2:05 (December 2004) 33 "From the '70s to today, the sophisticated, urbane comics of HVC"
Chaykin Portfolio Howard Chaykin Comic Book Artist 2:05 (December 2004) 103 HVC art gallery
Comic Book Artist Classic Vicente Segrelles Comic Book Artist 2:05 (December 2004) 39
"Skywald "Horror-Mood" magazine color cover collection" Chris Gage, Richard J. Arndt Comic Book Artist 2:05 (December 2004) 40
"Skywald's "Horror-Mood": The Archaic Legacy" Christos N. Gage Comic Book Artist 2:05 (December 2004) 41 Christos N. Gage on the 1970s black-&-whit horror comics line
Archaic Al Forever! Al Hewetson on Skywald Alan Hewetson Comic Book Artist 2:05 (December 2004) 42 "The late, great editor/writer on his Horror-Mood days"
Golden Age Forever Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:01 (Summer 1999) 1 The editor on the new incarnation of A/E
"So I Took the Subway and There Was Shelly Mayer" Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:01 (Summer 1999) 2-13 "Irwin Hasen, Golden Age great, is interviewed by Roy Thomas"
Two Touches of Venus Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:01 (Summer 1999) 14-24 Never-before-seen Wonder Woman scripts- plus rare Wonder Woman illos by original artist H. G. Peter
"Mr. Monster's Comic Crypt--- "There's Money in Comics" Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:01 (Summer 1999) 25-30 So said Stan Lee in the Nov. 1947 Writer's Digest! A special regular feature presented by Michael T. Gilbert
Fawcett Collectors of America #60 P.C. Hamerlinck Alter Ego 3:01 (Summer 1999) 31-32 P. C. Hamerlinck introduces you to Fawcett Collectors of America- now an ongoing feature in every issue.
"We Didn't Know... It Was The Golden Age!" (FCA)" Marc Swayze Alter Ego 3:01 (Summer 1999) 33-36 "Marc Swayze, major Fawcett artist, continues his behind-the-scenes look at the comics industry in the 1940s"
"When Marvels Clashed!" (FCA)" John G. Pierce Alter Ego 3:01 (Summer 1999) 37-40 The original Captain Marvel meets the original Human Torch!
Silver Age Forever! Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:01 (Summer 1999) 2-3 Roy Thomas and Bill Schelly welcome you to the new A/E!
The Stan Lee Roast Dann Thomas, Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:01 (Summer 1999) 4-17 "The man gets skewered by Schwartz, Shooter, Claremont, David, Thomas, Romita, and Buscema"
Da Frantic Four Bill Schelly Alter Ego 3:01 (Summer 1999) 18-24 Bill Schelly introduces the classic 1962 parody by Grass Green!
"The Secret Origins of Infinity, Inc." Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:01 (Summer 1999) 25-34 "The creation of the JSAer's heirs apparent in 1982- courtesy of Roy Thomas, Jerry Ordway, and Mike Machlan"
Vive le Silver Surfer! Jean-Marc Lofficier Alter Ego 3:01 (Summer 1999) 35-39 Jean-Marc Lofficier on two 1980s issues of Silver Surfer published only in France
Re: Alter Ego 3:02 (Autumn 1999) 2-3 Letters from Stan Lee and lots of other folks
"It Was Only Starman I Paid Attention To!" Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:02 (Autumn 1999) 4-18 "Actually, Golden Age great Jack Burnley lavished attention on all aspects of his art, as shown in this interview"
How Marv Wolfman and Company Saved (a bit of) the Golden Age Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:02 (Autumn 1999) 19-21 You don't believe us? Read it and see!
The Sky Wizard's Lost Origins Will Murray Alter Ego 3:02 (Autumn 1999) 22-24 Will Murray's unearthed the detailed documentation of a Golden Age hero
Kanigher on Kanigher (and Everything Else!) Robert Kanigher Alter Ego 3:02 (Autumn 1999) 25-29 We mean what we say
An All-Star Sensation Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:02 (Autumn 1999) 30-34 Roy Thomas examines curiosities behind the first two Wonder Woman stories
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) #61 C.C. Beck Alter Ego 3:02 (Autumn 1999) 35 P.C. Hamerlinck presents another edition of FCA-- with a C.C. Beck cover!
"We Didn't Know... It Was The Golden Age!" (FCA)" Marc Swayze Alter Ego 3:02 (Autumn 1999) 36-39 Captain Marvel artist Marc Swayze regales us with tales of the creation of Mary Marvel-- and on going off to war
The Richard Deane Taylor Interview (FCA) P.C. Hamerlinck Alter Ego 3:02 (Autumn 1999) 40-43 A conversation with a noted Fawcett alumnus
The Captain's Chief (FCA) C.C. Beck Alter Ego 3:02 (Autumn 1999) 44-48 The late Captain Marvel co-creator C.C. Beck's history lesson on Fawcett Publications and a certain Big Red Cheese
"Silver Threads among the Gold (& Bronze, & Beyond!)" Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:02 (Autumn 1999) 2-3 Our only editorial this issue
Splitting the Atom Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:02 (Autumn 1999) 4-14 "Roy Thomas on the 1960-61 Origins of the Tiny Titan, starring Gil Kane, Julius Schwartz, Gardner Fox, and Jerry Bails"
Splicing the Atom Mike W. Barr Alter Ego 3:02 (Autumn 1999) 15-17 Mike W. Barr's fearless footnote to the previous piece
"Stan Made Up the Plot... and I'd Write the Script" Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:02 (Autumn 1999) 18-32 "A conversation with Larry Lieber, Spidey Comic Strip Artist-- and one of the most important scripters of the Silver Age"
"Mr. Monster Introduces "The Spirit" Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:02 (Autumn 1999) 33-39 Michael T. Gilbert presents an ultra-rare 1966 Spirit story by Will Eisner
"Hark, The Herald Tribune Sings!" Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:02 (Autumn 1999) 40-42 The editor examines an extraordinary issue of the Tribune's New York Magazine
Fandom's FANtastic Past-- from the '60s to the '90s! Bill Schelly Alter Ego 3:02 (Autumn 1999) 43-47 Bill Schelly's guided tour of photos and other artifacts of the early movers and shakers of comics fandom
With One Magic Word (Well... Maybe Two) Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:03 (Winter 1999/2000) 2 Writer/Editorial celebrating the 60th anniversary of the World's Mightiest Mortal
"Let Their Past Be Their Past!" Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:03 (Winter 1999/2000) 3-12 Alex Ross on the Shazam! Series that almost was-- with more unpublished art than you can shake a lightning bolt at
Captain Marvel's Mouthpiece Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:03 (Winter 1999/2000) 13-19 "Mr. Monster introduces a little-known 1953 interview with Fawcett's greatest writer, Otto Binder!"
The Cheese Stands Accused Bob Ingersoll Alter Ego 3:03 (Winter 1999/2000) 20-23 Legal eagle Bob Ingersoll's guided tour of the decade-long courtroom battle between Captain Marvel and you-know-who
"The Power of Jerry Ordway!" Roy Thomas, Jerry Ordway Alter Ego 3:03 (Winter 1999/2000) 24-28 Rare and unpublished art from DC's acclaimed Shazam! Series of the 19990s-- with commentary by Jerry himself
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) #62 Marc Swayze Alter Ego 3:03 (Winter 1999/2000) 29 P.C. Hamerlinck presents a double-size edition of FCA!
"We Didn't Know... It Was The Golden Age!" (FCA)" Marc Swayze Alter Ego 3:03 (Winter 1999/2000) 30-33 The latest installment of artist Marc Swayze's tales of the 1940s-- from C.C. Beck to Bing Crosby to the Copacabana!
The Real Captain Marvel (FCA) C.C. Beck Alter Ego 3:03 (Winter 1999/2000) 34-37 "Illustrated essay by Cap's co-creator, Charles Clarence Beck"
The Jack Binder Shop Days (FCA) P.C. Hamerlinck Alter Ego 3:03 (Winter 1999/2000) 38-41 Interview with artist Nat Champlin about the famous comic shop that created art and stories for Fawcett
"My Years with Fawcett Were Happy Years!" (FCA)" Virginia A. Provisiero Alter Ego 3:03 (Winter 1999/2000) 42-45 "An artist-studded photo-essay, courtesy of editor Ginny Provisiero, of her decade as a Golden Age editor!"
Marvel (Family) Memories... and Kurt Schaffenberger (FCA) Dave Hunt Alter Ego 3:03 (Winter 1999/2000) 46-48 Dave Hunt writes about his friendship with the artist who was equally at home with Captain Marvel and Lois Lane
Fire vs. Water Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:03 (Winter 1999/2000) 2 A writer/editorial about Marvel Comics #1 and the two guys who made it make a difference
re: Alter Ego 3:03 (Winter 1999/2000) 3 Messages to and from the editor
Bill Everett Was a Friend of Mine Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:03 (Winter 1999/2000) 4-20 Roy Thomas on the creator of The Sub-Mariner-- and on times he shared with Wild Bill in the 1960s and '70s
Postcards to Wendy Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:03 (Winter 1999/2000) 21-25 Bill Everett's daughter save the art-laden postcards the artist sent her in the 1950s
Carl Burgos-- Marvel Mystery Man Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:03 (Winter 1999/2000) 26-33 Focus on the creator of The Human Torch-- and some of his finest art
"Stan Was the Prince"-- Gil Kane on Timely Comics" Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:03 (Winter 1999/2000) 34-42 The Golden/Silver Age artist talks about Marvel before it was Marvel-- Timely Comics in the 1940s
It Started on Yancy Street! Bill Schelly Alter Ego 3:03 (Winter 1999/2000) 43-47 Bill Schelly on the first and foremost Marvel fanzine of the 1960s
Cover Story: The Adams Impact Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 3 (Winter 1999) 1 "The "Nefarious" One's unpublished X-Men graphic novel pages"
Editor's Rant: Shaping Up Things to Come Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 3 (Winter 1999) 2 Neal Adams' forthcoming graphic novel and promises lost
"CBA Review: The "Fax" of War" Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 3 (Winter 1999) 3 "Jon B. Cooke ruminates on Joe Kubert's graphic novel, Fax from Sarajevo"
"Funnybook Books: Knowing Les, Learning More" Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 3 (Winter 1999) 4 Reviewing Superman: The Complete History and a friendship with author Les Daniels
CBA Commentary: Reading between the Panels Roy Thomas Comic Book Artist 3 (Winter 1999) 5 Roy Thomas checks out Steve Duin & Mike Richardson's Comics between the Panels
CBA Communiques: Carmine Infanto's Rebuttal Comic Book Artist 3 (Winter 1999) 7 thru 10 DC's ex-publisher responds to CBA #1 ; Sal Amendola discusses DC
Stripped Rick Pinchera Comic Book Artist 3 (Winter 1999) 11 Rick Pinchera reveals the rejected Merry Marvel Mutants
Fred Hembeck's Dateline:@!!?* Fred Hembeck Comic Book Artist 3 (Winter 1999) 12 "Fred chats with the late Captain Marvel about Krees, Skrulls and war"
Neal Adams: The Marvel Years Arlen Adams Comic Book Artist 3 (Winter 1999) 13-38 Interview by Arlen Schumer
Tom Palmer: The Art of Inking Neal Adams Tom Palmer Comic Book Artist 3 (Winter 1999) 23-24 Interview with Adams' greatest inker
Neal Adams' Marvel Work: A Checklist David Berkebile Comic Book Artist 3 (Winter 1999) 39-44 By David Berkebile
Artist Showcase: Neal Adams' Lost X-Men Graphic Novel Neal Adams Comic Book Artist 3 (Winter 1999) 45-53 Six pages of an aborted project
Editorial Michael Eury Back Issue 3 (April 2004) 2 "Laughter is the best medicine, so sez yer editor!"
PRO2PRO: Keith Giffen and J.M. DeMatteis Brian K. Morris Back Issue 3 (April 2004) 9-23 The plotter and dialoguer discuss their sitcom-esque Justice League
PRO2PRO Part Two: Kevin Maguire Brian K. Morris Back Issue 3 (April 2004) 24-29 Artist Kevin Maguire talks Justice League
PRO2PRO Part Three: Andy Helfer Brian K. Morris Back Issue 3 (April 2004) 29-35 Series editor Andy Helfer talks Justice League
The Greatest Stories Never Told: Plastic Man: Bounced Off The Screen Michael Eury Back Issue 3 (April 2004) 36-45 "Two attempts to bring Plas to the big screen have gone PLOP! Plus: Before he was governor, Ahnold was almost Sgt. Rock"
Rough Stuff: 12 Cartoonists Cut Loose David Hamilton Back Issue 3 (April 2004) 46-57 "Pencil art by Aragones, Byrne, Gilbert, Bros. Hernandez, Hughes, Johnson, Kirby, Manley, Mignola, Semeiks, and Shaw!"
Bring On The Bad Guys: The Joker Reborn Peter Sanderson Back Issue 3 (April 2004) 58-75 With recollections from the writers and artists responsible for the transformation
What The--?!: Bugs Bunny Meets The Super-Heroes Andy Mangels Back Issue 3 (April 2004) 76-81 This isn't an April Fool's joke - it's the real deal!
Off My Chest: Comic Books: With The Emphasis On The Firest Two Syllables Mark Evanier Back Issue 3 (April 2004) 82-84 "Why writing "funnybooks" is no joke, with a special cartoon from John Lustig"
Back In Print: Three Must-have Books About Comics Michael Eury Back Issue 3 (April 2004) 85-87 "Arlen Schumer's The Silver Age of Comic Books, Mike Conroy's 500 Great Comic Book Action Heroes, and The Will Eisner Sketchbook Plus: NEW IN PRINT: Plastic Man-Kyle Baker gets into shape(s)"
Back Talk Back Issue 3 (April 2004) 88-90 "Darrell McNeil talks Space Ghost II, plus reader feedback on issue #1"
Quick As a Flash Rich Morrissey Alter Ego 3:04 (Spring 2000) 2-12 A history of Flash Comics by rich Morrisey
Flash and Fantasy Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:04 (Spring 2000) 13-22 "A candid conversation with Harry Lampert, original artist of "The Flash" "
Two Roses and One Thorn Robert Kanigher Alter Ego 3:04 (Spring 2000) 23-26 "Robert Kanigher on his two versions of "Rose and Thorn"-- with Kubert art from the 1940s story DC never published"
Crash the Comics Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:04 (Spring 2000) 27-34 Michael T. Gilbert and Mr. Monster ask us the burning question of 1942: Who is Abner Sundell?
The Moebius Silver Surfer Sketches-- Plus One Jean-Marc Lofficier Alter Ego 3:04 (Spring 2000) 35-36 Jean-Marc Lofficier walks us through unseen art of Marvel's Sentinel of the Spaceways by the French cartoonist
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) #63 P.C. Hamerlinck Alter Ego 3:04 (Spring 2000) 37 P.C. Hamerlinck introduces another fabulous Fawcett foray
"We Didn't Know... It Was The Golden Age!" (FCA)" Marc Swayze Alter Ego 3:04 (Spring 2000) 38-41 Golden Age artist Marc Swayze tells how he left New York for Louisiana in 1944-- and what he took with him
From Soup to Nuts (FCA) P.C. Hamerlinck Alter Ego 3:04 (Spring 2000) 42-47 "More facts and opinions from the pen of the late C.C. Beck, original artist of the Big Red Cheese"
Fawcett Friendships (FCA) P.C. Hamerlinck Alter Ego 3:04 (Spring 2000) 48 "Photos from Kurt and Dorothy Schaffenberger, recalling the days when Captain Marvel was the world's mightiest mortal"
Winged Lightning Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:04 (Spring 2000) 2 Writer/editorial celebrating 60 years of Flash(es) and Hawkmen.
re: Alter Ego 3:04 (Spring 2000) 3 "Only space for a few corrections, due to our last-minute Gil Kane tribute"
A Moon... a Bat... a Hawk Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:04 (Spring 2000) 4-14 "A candid interview with Golden Age artist Sheldon moldoff about Hawkman, Batman, Moon Girl... and EC."
Two Short Conversations with Joe Kubert Al Dellinges, Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:04 (Spring 2000) 15-19 Al Dellinges and Roy Thomas talk with the only man to draw the Winged Wonder in both the Golden and Silver Ages
Joe Kubert and Me Al Dellinges Alter Ego 3:04 (Spring 2000) 20-23 Al Dellinges writes about his half-century-old obsession with the art of one comics' most honored illustrators
The Life and Good Times of Gardner F. Fox Gardner F. Fox Alter Ego 3:04 (Spring 2000) 24-27 Letters and records from the late co-creator of The Flash and Hawkman
"The "Save Hawkman" Campaign" Bill Schelly Alter Ego 3:04 (Spring 2000) 28-33 What? No regular title for Hawkman? Bill Schelly tells how comics fandom reacted to that fact in the 1960s.
Remembering Gil Kane Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:04 (Spring 2000) 34-45 A very personal reminiscence of the late great comic book creator by his friend and collaborator Roy Thomas.
And Justice for All Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:05 (Summer 2000) 2-3 A few words about this special issue of A/E
Together Again for the First Time-- The Justice Society of America Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:05 (Summer 2000) 4-9 A condensed Cook's Tour of all the JSAers-- with more rare an unpublished artwork than you can shake a gravity rod at!
Shelly Mayer: Origins of The Golden Age Anthony Tollin Alter Ego 3:05 (Summer 2000) 10-19 "All-Star, Flash Comics, Green Lantern, Wonder Woman: he edited them all--in this 1975 interview by Anthony Tollin"
"Droopy, The Drew Field Mosquito" Harry Lampert Alter Ego 3:05 (Summer 2000) 20-21 More of Flash co-creator Harry Lampert's award-winning cartoons from the Second World War
DC vs. The Justice Society Larry Ivie Alter Ego 3:05 (Summer 2000) 22-26 Writer/artist Larry Ivie has his say on the birth of the Silver Age
"The "Nuclear Wars" Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:05 (Summer 2000) 27-30 "Roy Thomas tells the story behind All-Star Squadron #14 & 16, plus unpublished Wonder Woman art by H.G. Peter"
"From Fan to Pro-- The Gardner Fox Letters, Part IV" Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:05 (Summer 2000) 31-38 "Gardner Fox saved everything, and who's going to say no to Mr. Monster and Michael T. Gilbert?"
So-- You Want to Collect Fanzines? Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:05 (Summer 2000) 39-45 Bill Schelly conducts a guided tour of the great fanzines on the 1960s and '70s-- with lots of rare pro-art!
A Justice Society for the Ages Bill Schelly Alter Ego 3:05 (Summer 2000) 2-3 "In a guest writer/editorial, Marty Greim tells the story behind this issue's Infanto/Ordway cover"
New Light on The Green Lantern Martin L. Greim Alter Ego 3:05 (Summer 2000) 4-13 Interview with Mart (and Carrie) Nodell about the creation of the Green Lantern-- an the Pillsbury Doughboy
Preserving the Golden Age Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:05 (Summer 2000) 14-15 "Jeff Gelb talks with publisher Bill Black about AC Comics, and its marvelous Golden Age"
"Gil Kane on Comics-- Past, Present, and Future" Chris Irving Alter Ego 3:05 (Summer 2000) 16-20 Chris Irving presents a heavily-illustrated 1998 interview with a dynamic artist who left us far to soon
"George Roussos Did It All!" William Cane Alter Ego 3:05 (Summer 2000) 21-29 "And that's an understatement, as this interview by Bill Cain will demonstrate"
Alfredo Alcala (1925-2000) Manuel Auad Alter Ego 3:05 (Summer 2000) 30-31 A reminiscence by his friend Manuel Auad of the late great Filipino comics master
Re: Alter Ego 3:05 (Summer 2000) 32-38 Letters from longtime pro writer Alvin Schwartz and lots of other interesting folks
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) #64 P.C. Hamerlinck Alter Ego 3:05 (Summer 2000) 39 P.C. Hamerlinck presents another fantastic Fawcett festival
"We Didn't Know... It Was The Golden Age!" (FCA)" Marc Swayze Alter Ego 3:05 (Summer 2000) 40-44 Artist Marc Swayze tells about drawing Phantom Eagle and Flyin' Jenny -- without getting off the ground
A Jab in the Butt C.C. Beck Alter Ego 3:05 (Summer 2000) 45 Captain Marvel co-creator C.C. Beck had his own ideas on how to tell a comic story
Fond Memories of Wendell Crowley Hames Ware Alter Ego 3:05 (Summer 2000) 46-48 The longtime Fawcett editor is lovingly remembered by friends Hames Ware & John Putnam
Writer/Editorial: Marvels upon Marvels Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:06 (Autumn 2000) 2-3 The Marvel Family at Fawcett and Gene Colan at Marvel
"So You Want a Job, Eh?" Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:06 (Autumn 2000) 4-15 Gene Colan talks about working with Stan Lee and others
"When Those Who Can, Teach" Mike W. Barr Alter Ego 3:06 (Autumn 2000) 16-26 Mike Barr on 1940s books by Stan Lee and Robert Kanigher
"Play It Again, Stan!" Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:06 (Autumn 2000) 27-37 "Sgt. Fury in Casablanca with Friedrich, Ayers, & Severin"
More Stars Than There Are in Heaven Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:06 (Autumn 2000) 38-41 Roy Thomas on All-Star Squadron and its Golden Age roots
Mr. Monster's Comic Crypt!! Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:06 (Autumn 2000) 42-46 Michael T. Gilbert on the Man of Steel in 1940s New Yorker and Coronet articles
So- You Want to Collect Fanzines? (Part Two) Bill Schelly Alter Ego 3:06 (Autumn 2000) 47-50 Bill Schelly says don't pay an arm and a leg (or a claw)
re: Alter Ego 3:06 (Autumn 2000) 2-4 No time for letters-- just for acknowledging screw-ups!
Lightning Strikes Twice! Roger Hill Alter Ego 3:06 (Autumn 2000) 5-19 Roger Hill focuses on Capt. Marvel Jr. artist Mac Raboy
Bob Rogers in the 20th Century Roger Hill Alter Ego 3:06 (Autumn 2000) 20-24 R.H. never quits! Now he's found Raboy's background artist!
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) P.C. Hamerlinck Alter Ego 3:06 (Autumn 2000) 25 P.C. Hamerlinck presents another fun-filled Fawcett line-up.
Fawcett-to-Go Jennifer T. Go Alter Ego 3:06 (Autumn 2000) 26-27 An editorial potpourri assembled by Jennifer T. Go
We Didn't Know... It Was the Golden Age! Marc Swayze Alter Ego 3:06 (Autumn 2000) 28-29 Marc Swayze on Fawcett and comics strips in the 1940s
Joe Simon: The FCA Interview John R. Cochran Alter Ego 3:06 (Autumn 2000) 30-31 Mr. Scarlet & that first issue of Capt. Marvel Adventures
Looking Backward... from My Upside-Down Point of View William Woolfolk Alter Ego 3:06 (Autumn 2000) 32-41 William Woolfolk writes about writing in the Golden Age
The Seven Deadly Sins of Comics Creators C.C. Beck Alter Ego 3:06 (Autumn 2000) 42-44 C.C. Beck draws verbal statues of these mortal sins
Writer/Editorial: The Super-Teams Supreme Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:07 (Winter 2001) 2-3 "On the latest TwoMorrows trade paperback, The All-Star Companion, and our favorite society"
All Schwartz Comics Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:07 (Winter 2001) 4-15 Roy Thomas chats with DC's great editor Julius Schwartz on his days in the Golden Age
Crises on Finite Earths Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:07 (Winter 2001) 16-35 "Complete with interviews, A/E examines every single JSA-JLA team-up from 1963-85"
The Many Oaths of The Green Lantern Craig Delich Alter Ego 3:07 (Winter 2001) 36-39 Craig Delich on prose & poetry and the sacred oaths of the Emerald Gladiator
The Genius Jones Twins Will Murray Alter Ego 3:07 (Winter 2001) 40-41 "Will Murray uncovers an unlikely coincidence involving Argosy, Lester Dent, and Mort Weisinger"
The 1964 Comicon-- Two Views Bill Schelly Alter Ego 3:07 (Winter 2001) 42-46 Bill Schelly and Ethan Roberts look at the first bona fide comics convention
Corrections to the All-Star Companion Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:07 (Winter 2001) 47
re: Alter Ego 3:07 (Winter 2001) 3 Munificent missives from Marty Nodell and others
"Nothing Was Ever Good Enough!" Roger Hill Alter Ego 3:07 (Winter 2001) 4-17 "Roger Hill talks to Capt. Marvel Jr. artist Mac Raboy's son, David, about his father"
Bob Rogers in the 20th Century (Part Two) Roger Hill Alter Ego 3:07 (Winter 2001) 18-23 R.H. gives us the second portion of his interview with Raboy's background artist
Mr. Monster's Comic Crypt!! Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:07 (Winter 2001) 24-34 Michael T. Gilbert presents two previously unseen C.C. Beck short prose stories
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) P.C. Hamerlinck Alter Ego 3:07 (Winter 2001) 35 Another fun-filled Fawcett line-up courtesy of P.C. Hamerlinck
Fawcett-to-Go Jennifer T. Go Alter Ego 3:07 (Winter 2001) 36 An editorial potpourri assembled by Jennifer T. Go
We Didn't Know... It Was the Golden Age! Marc Swayze Alter Ego 3:07 (Winter 2001) 37-39 Fawcett artist Marc Swayze on the DC Shazam! Reprint compilations
The Fawcett Side of Dave Berg P.C. Hamerlinck Alter Ego 3:07 (Winter 2001) 40-45 The Mad artist/writer on his '40s work for Fawcett and his WWII experiences
The Marvel Family Battles Evil Incarnate Alter Ego 3:07 (Winter 2001)
The Marvel Family Battles Evil Incarnate P.C. Hamerlinck Alter Ego 3:07 (Winter 2001) 46-48 Would-be Shazam! Scripter C.C. Beck's conflicts with the 1970s DC editorial department
The Tor Gambit Mark Hannerfeld Alter Ego 3:08 (Spring 2001) 2-7 Mark Hanerfeld's 1969 take on Joe Kubert's caveman
Interview with Joe Kubert Ronn Foss Alter Ego 3:08 (Spring 2001) 8-12 Ronn Foss' groundbreaking 1963 conversation-by-mail with a Golden-Silver Age great!
The Over-Extended Marvel Family John G. Pierce Alter Ego 3:08 (Spring 2001) 13-22 "Captain Marvel's many, many imitators, chronicled by John G. Pierce"
"Hail, Hail, the Gang's All Here!" Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:08 (Spring 2001) 23-28 Roy Thomas on the 1981 creation of the All-Star Squadron-- and its 1940s forebears
Nuggets-- from the Moat of Jerry de Fuccio Jerry DeFuccio Alter Ego 3:08 (Spring 2001) 29 A free-wheeling new column by an expert on the Golden Age of Comics
Chic Stone: A Rock-solid Professional Bill Cain Alter Ego 3:08 (Spring 2001) 30 A remembrance by Bill Cain of his artist friend
The All-Star Compendium Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:08 (Spring 2001) 31-32 Additions and Corrections to Roy Thomas' All-Star Companion
re: Alter Ego 3:08 (Spring 2001) 33-37 Some informative letters from knowledgeable readers
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) Jerry Ordway, P.C. Hamerlinck Alter Ego 3:08 (Spring 2001) 38 "Another foray into Fawcettdom, conducted by P.C. Hamerlinck"
We Didn't Know... It Was the Golden Age! Marc Swayze Alter Ego 3:08 (Spring 2001) 39-41 Vintage artist/writer Marc Swayze on the art and industry of Charles Clarence Beck
"Once in the Dear, Dead Days beyond Recall" P.C. Hamerlinck Alter Ego 3:08 (Spring 2001) 42-44 C.C. Beck on life during and after Captain Marvel
"We're All Part of This Brotherhood!" P.C. Hamerlinck Alter Ego 3:08 (Spring 2001) 45-48 Jerry Ordway on The Power of Shazam!- Plus a sidebar by Peter Krause
Writer/Editorial: Half a Page is Better Than One! Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:08 (Spring 2001) 2-3
Total Control: A Brief Biography of Wally Wood Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:08 (Spring 2001) 4-21 Michael T. Gilbert on the life and times of a gifted--and tormented--artist
Avon Calling! Roger Hill Alter Ego 3:08 (Spring 2001) 22-28 Roger Hill on Wood's early-1950s non-EC science-fiction work from Avon to Ziff-Davis
"A Dream Come True!" A Candid Conversation with Dan Adkins" Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:08 (Spring 2001) 29-36 Wood's most famous assistant tells Roy Thomas
Bill Pearson: The witzend Interview Bill Schelly Alter Ego 3:08 (Spring 2001) 37-45 "Bill Schelly talks with Wood's friend and executor about the first "pro-zine""
Mr. Monster's Comic Crypt! Michael T. Gilbert, Wally Wood Alter Ego 3:08 (Spring 2001) 46-48 Michael T. Gilbert bookends the issue with two of Wally Wood's last public statements
Writer/Editorial: Eight Is Enough Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:09 (July 2001) 2-3 Alter Ego goes to eight times a year. Shades of 1960s DC!
"Fifty Years on the "A" List" Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:09 (July 2001) 4-43 "Jazzy Johnny Romita, Marvel's art director supreme, interviewed by Roy Thomas"
The Golden Age of Comic Fandom Panel Bill Schelly Alter Ego 3:09 (July 2001) 44-48 Bill Schelly moderates a look back at fandom's roots in the 1960s and '70s
Writer/Editorial: Sweet Dreams Baby! Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:09 (July 2001) 2-3
"Roy Thomas' "Dream Projects" Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:09 (July 2001) 4-32 Ye Editor kicks off an eight-a-year schedule with a survey of some series that time forgot
Wayne Boring: Superman and Beyond Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:09 (July 2001) 33-38 Michael T. Gilbert on life after comic books for the Man of Steel's second artist
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) #68 P.C. Hamerlinck et al. Alter Ego 3:09 (July 2001) 39-48 "P.C. Hamerlinck presents Fawcett featuring George Tuska, Marc Swayze, C.C. Beck, and Bill Morrison"
"Writer/Editorial: I Love ME--- Meaning "Magazine Enterprises" Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:10 (September 2001) 2-3
"You Either Have It, or You Do Not!" Bill Harper Alter Ego 3:10 (September 2001) 4-7 Bill Harper looks at Vin Sullivan and ME
Vin Sullivan: The ME Decades Roy Thomas et al. Alter Ego 3:10 (September 2001) 8-14 Excerpts from an interview with the company's founding father and guiding light
Fred Guardineer Bill Black, Dylan Williams Alter Ego 3:10 (September 2001) 15-18 The artist of The Durango Kid-- profiled by Bill Black and interviewed by Dylan Williams
Dick Ayers: A Life in the Gowanus Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:10 (September 2001) 19-25 "Before Ghost Rider, there was-- Ghost Rider! (Not to mention Funnyman, The Avenger, et al.)"
Nuggets: A Letter from Bob Powell Bob Powell Alter Ego 3:10 (September 2001) 26-29 A 1965 missive to Jerry de Fuccio from ME's most prolific artist
"Wayne Is Boring!" Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:10 (September 2001) 30-34 Michael T. Gilbert and Dave Sim take yet another look at Superman's second artist
ACTOR Up and Running! Jim McLauchlin Alter Ego 3:10 (September 2001) 35-36 Jim McLauchlin on the new organization created to help comics people help themselves
"The All-Star Compendium, Installment III" Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:10 (September 2001) 37-38 A few (hopefully final) corrections to the All-Star Companion
Paul Hamerlinck's FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) #69 P.C. Hamerlinck et al. Alter Ego 3:10 (September 2001) 39-48 "Dave Cockrum, Marc Swayze, and C.C. Beck co-star in a Fawcett fiesta!"
Write/Editorial: Themes and Remembrances Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:10 (September 2001) 2-3
"Irritate the Eye!" Bob Koppany Alter Ego 3:10 (September 2001) 4-15 Bob Koppany's 1996 interview with Carmine Infanto... profusely illustrated
The Man Who Launched the Corps Rich Morrisey Alter Ego 3:10 (September 2001) 16-24 Rich Morrisey on the life and career of John Broome-- with a P.S. on Doc Smith's Lensmen
Written Off- 9-30-49 Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:10 (September 2001) 25-36 "Scenes from a never-published Infanto "Flash" story from the Golden Age"
Who Created the Silver Age Flash? Robin Snyder et al. Alter Ego 3:10 (September 2001) 37-42 "Round up the usual suspects: Kanigher, Infanto, Kubert, and Schwartz"
"What's So Great about Comic Art?" Bill Schelly Alter Ego 3:10 (September 2001) 43-47 Bill Schelly walks us through fandom's other founding magazine
Happy Anniversary to Us! Alter Ego 3:10 (September 2001) 48 "A fast look back at Alter Ego, Volume1!"
"Writer/Editorial: The Timely Times, They Are A-Changin'!" Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:11 (November 2001) 2-4
"re: letters, what else?" Alter Ego 3:11 (November 2001) 5-7
"I Let People Do Their Jobs!" Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:11 (November 2001) 8-29 "Vince Fago, Timely/Marvel's third editor-in-chief-- interviewed by Jim Amash"
"That "Glamorous Girl Inker" Trina Robbins Alter Ego 3:11 (November 2001) 30-32 "The enigmatic Valerie/Violet Barclay, profiled by Trina Robbins"
"Comics Were Great!" Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:11 (November 2001) 33-41 And Mike Hammer creator Mickey Spilane should know!
Nuggets: Missives from Mickey (Spillane) Jerry de Fuccio Alter Ego 3:11 (November 2001) 42-43 "Jerry de Fuccio's colorful correspondence with the author of I, the Jury"
Syd Shores: A Biography and Interview Al Hewetson Alter Ego 3:11 (November 2001) 44-48 A vintage 1973 celebration by Al Hewetson
Writer/Editorial: FCA & ME 2! Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:11 (November 2001) 2
"Magazine Enterprises, Part II-- More about Vin Sullivan's Big Little Company" Bill Harper et al. Alter Ego 3:11 (November 2001) 3-20 "Joe Certa, John Belfi, Frank Bolle, Bob Powell, and Fred Meagher"
Mr. Monster's Comic Crypt Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:11 (November 2001) 21-25 It's a bird--it's a plane--it's Super Sam! Michael T. Gilbert on Jerry Siegel at war
The Don & Maggie Thompson Interview Bill Schelly, Jeff Gelb Alter Ego 3:11 (November 2001) 26-30 "Two of the founders of comics fandom, interviewed by Bill Schelly and Jeff Gelb"
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) #70 P.C. Hamerlinck et al. Alter Ego 3:11 (November 2001) 31-48 "Marc Swayze, C.C. Beck-- and a spotlight on the career and art of Don Newton"
Writer/Editorial: Don't You Know There's a War On? Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:12 (January 2002) 2-3 There's no Black Terror to deal with the terrorists…so we'll have to do it!
"Written Off- 9-30-49, Part II: Reconstructing Reinman" Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:12 (January 2002) 4-16 "Focus on a never-before-seen "Green Lantern" story from the 1940s--and more!"
That 1965 Newsweek Article: A Triptych in Prose Bill Schelly Alter Ego 3:12 (January 2002) 17-27 "Bill Schelly examines a landmark media piece and its "lost" interviews"
"Hail, Hail, This Time's the Gang's Really All Here!" Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:12 (January 2002) 28-32 Roy Thomas talks to Len Wein and Rich Buckler about All-Star Squadron
re: Alter Ego 3:12 (January 2002) 33-38 "Playing catch-up, with loquacious letters and cogent corrections concerning recent issues"
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America #71) P.C. Hamerlinck et al. Alter Ego 3:12 (January 2002) 39-48 P.C. Hamerlinck presents another Fawcett foray with C.C. Beck & Marc Swayze
Writer/Editorial: A Matter of Quality Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:12 (January 2002) 2-4 "Issue overview-- and a "movie moment" related to our Bill Ward cover"
Gill Fox: Quality Control Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:12 (January 2002) 5-39 Quality's editor (1940-43) interviewed by Jim Amash--with tons of Quality artwork!
A Tribute to Ronn Foss (1939-2001) Bill Schelly Alter Ego 3:12 (January 2002) 40-42 A fond farewell to one of Alter Ego's earliest editors-- and a swell guy
"It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Wood!" Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:12 (January 2002) 43-48 Michael T. Gilbert & Mr. Monster showcase the art that caused Wally to go away Mad!
"Writer/Editorial: O.K., Axis, Here We Come- Yet Again!" Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:13 (March 2002) 2-3
Power Luncheon-1974 Joe Simon et al. Alter Ego 3:13 (March 2002) 4-11 "A convention confab with Joe Simon, Stan Lee, Frank Robbins, and Roy & Jean Thomas"
A Long Glance at David Gantz Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:13 (March 2002) 12-30 "First interview ever with a 1940s Timely Bullpen mainstay, conducted by Jim Amash"
A Close-up Look at Timely Komics Dr. Michael J. Vassallo Alter Ego 3:13 (March 2002) 31-38 "The Fago Age of Marvel, scrutinized by Michael J. Vassallo and Jim Vadeboncoeur, Jr."
A Timely Talk with Daniel Keyes Will Murray Alter Ego 3:13 (March 2002) 39-45 A noted writer speaks with Will Murray about writing comics in the 1950s
re: [correspondence & corrections] Alter Ego 3:13 (March 2002) 46-48 Even the letters are all about Timely/Atlas/Marvel!
Writer/Editorial: Avengers Re-Assemble! Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:13 (March 2002) 2
"Avengers Is Mine!" Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:13 (March 2002) 3-10 Roy Thomas scans his own (and Stan Lee's) 1960s tenure on The Avengers
One Heck of a Professional William Cain Alter Ego 3:13 (March 2002) 11-15 A verbal and visual tribute to early Marvel mainstay Don Heck
An Avengers Interview-Sort of- with John Buscema Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:13 (March 2002) 16-24 John B. and Roy T. reminisce about their collaboration on Marvel's greatest heroes
Stan Lee's Double Date! Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:13 (March 2002) 25-30 Michael T. Gilbert re-presents an historic 1964 interview with The Man
The Eye Is Still Watching You! Bill Schelly Alter Ego 3:13 (March 2002) 31-33 "The great 1960s fandom hero is back, courtesy of Bill Schelly"
"Tributes to Johnny Craig, Gray Morrow, and Seymour Reit" Roger Hill Alter Ego 3:13 (March 2002) 34-38 Far too few words about three greats who have left us
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) #72 P.C. Hamerlinck et al. Alter Ego 3:13 (March 2002) 39-48 "P.C. Hamerlinck proudly presents Marc Swayze, Mike Manley, and C.C. Beck"
"Writer/Editorial: "Impossible Things" Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:14 (April 2002) 2
The All-Star Companions Alter Ego 3:14 (April 2002) 3-22 A page-by-page survey of the original 18 JSAers-- with some pretty fantastic artwork!
Where There's a Will Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:14 (April 2002) 23-36 "More mystery-solving art from that fabled "lost"1945 issue of All-Star Comics"
The Gardner Fox Scrapbook Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:14 (April 2002) 37-42 Michael T. Gilbert walks us through stories and scripts of a Golden Age master!
"Who The Hell Hasn't Copied from Somebody?" Alter Ego Alter Ego 3:14 (April 2002) 43-48 "A 1970 interview with Lee Elias, 1940s artist of Flash, Sub-Mariner, and Black Cat"
Writer/Editorial...And Justice Society for All! Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:14 (April 2002) 2-3
All the Stars There Are in (Super-hero) Heaven! Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:14 (April 2002) 4-26 "The 1970s JSA revival-- a guided tour by Conway, Levitz, Estrada Giffen, Milgrom, & Staton"
Inking Comics the ORDway Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:14 (April 2002) 27-30 Pardon the bad pun! Jerry Ordway on inking/embellishing the early All-Star Squadron
Welcome to Fandomland Bill Schelly Alter Ego 3:14 (April 2002) 31-34 Bill Schelly tells how comic fandom changed his life in the 1960s
re: [a letter of response from veteran artist Carmine Infanto] Alter Ego 3:14 (April 2002) 35
Tributes to Craig Chase and Dan DeCarlo Alter Ego 3:14 (April 2002) 36-38
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) #73 P.C. Hamerlinck et al. Alter Ego 3:14 (April 2002) 39-48 "P.C. Hamerlinck presents Marc Swayze, C.C. Beck--& Jay Disbrow"
"Writer/Editorial: "John Buscema Can Draw Anything..." Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:15 (June 2002) 2-3 …You Can Get Him to Want to Draw
John Buscema: The San Diego 2001 Interview Mark Evanier Alter Ego 3:15 (June 2002) 4-27 Mark Evanier talks to the artist about his love/hate affair with comics
"Drawing Was his Life!" Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:15 (June 2002) 28-33 Sal Buscema talks to Jim Amash about his big brother
ACTOR Is Open for Business Alter Ego 3:15 (June 2002) 34 At last-- an organization dedicated to helping comics creators in need!
Stan Goldberg on John Buscema Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:15 (June 2002) 35-41 ""Stan G." on his friendship with JB-- and a memorable trip to Italy"
A Few More Words about John Buscema Lee et al. Alter Ego 3:15 (June 2002) 42-46 Brief tributes from a handful of the artist's fellow pros
re: [correspondence & corrections on past issues] Alter Ego 3:15 (June 2002) 2 A Timely/Atlas/Marvel special
"Big John" and "Roy the Boy" Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:15 (June 2002) 3-24 Roy Thomas talks about 35 years of collaboration with John Buscema
"Presenting Grass Green's "Da Scavengers" Bill Schelly Alter Ego 3:15 (June 2002) 25-30 Bill Schelly on one of fandom's finest writer/artists
The Wizard King: Wally Wood's Unfinished Symphony Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:15 (June 2002) 31-37 "Michael T. Gilbert on a master's final major work, never before published"
Tributes to Henry Boltinoff and Chad Grothkopf Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:15 (June 2002) 38-40 Two fine comic book artists remembered
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) #72 P.C.Hamerlinck et al. Alter Ego 3:15 (June 2002) 41-52 "Marc Swayze-- plus a special "Salute to Kurt Schaffenberger""
Writer/Editorial: The Man Who Hated Comics-- but Loved Comic Art Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:16 (July 2002) 2 "Big John Buscema, who else?"
The Mighty Marvel Bullpen Reunion 2001 Mark Evanier Alter Ego 3:16 (July 2002) 3-28 "John Buscema, Gene Colan, John Romita, & Marie Severin interviewed by Mark Evanier"
Johnny B. and ME Owen O'Leary Alter Ego 3:16 (July 2002) 29-30 "Owen O'Leary, Buscema's artist-rep, writes about a fabulous artist… and a great guy"
The John Buscema Workshop Heffernan, Weremeychik Alter Ego 3:16 (July 2002) 31-38 Two of Big John's 1970s students talk about studying under a Silver Age great
"Paul Gambi-- Tailor to the (DC Super-villain) Stars!" Bill Schelly Alter Ego 3:16 (July 2002) 39-46 Bill Schelly talks to Paul Gambaccini about 1960s comics fandom and beyond
Writer/Editorial: The Big Red Cheese-- and an Infinite Number of Mice Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:16 (July 2002) 2-3
Journey to the Rock of Eternity Bob Cosgrove Alter Ego 3:16 (July 2002) 4-11 The bountiful Binder brothers--Otto & Jack-- a vintage interview re The Marvel family
Not Your Father's Captain Marvel: Another View Bob Greenberger Alter Ego 3:16 (July 2002) 12-14 DC editor Bob Greenberger and A/E's editor agree to disagree about the 1980s Shazam!
Word of Power Dan Johnson Alter Ego 3:16 (July 2002) 15-16 Didja know there was nearly a 1990s Shazam! Series before Jerry Ordway's? Neither did we!
Comic Crypt: Harvey's Heroes Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:16 (July 2002) 17-22 "Michael T. Gilbert begins "EC Confidential" with a look at Kurtzman's super-doers!"
re: (letters and corrections) Alter Ego 3:16 (July 2002) 23-31 "Stan Lee, Joe Simon, and others weigh in"
P.C. Hamerlinck's FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) #75 P.C. Hamerlinck et al. Alter Ego 3:16 (July 2002) 33-52 "Alex Ross, Sam Abbinanti, & Marc Swayze have their say. C.C. Beck art, too!"
"Writer/Editorial: Well, This Is Another Fine Mess You've Gotten Us Into!" Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:17 (September 2002) 2
Lou Fine-- A Comic Book Artist of Quality Dennis Beaulieu Alter Ego 3:17 (September 2002) 3-8 Dennis Beaulieu on the colorful career of a true comics master
A Fine Influence Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:17 (September 2002) 9-14 "Jim Amash examines the long, long shadow of Lou Fine"
...And A Fine Family Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:17 (September 2002) 15-33 Three who knew and loved Lou Fine talk about his life--and theirs
Murphy Anderson on Lou Fine and Fiction House Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:17 (September 2002) 34-44 The Golden/Silver/Bronze Age super-artist on two fascinating topics
Toth on Fine Alex Toth Alter Ego 3:17 (September 2002) 45-46 "Alex Toth says fine just got "better and better""
Writer/Editorial: What's Sauce for the Drake Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:17 (September 2002) 2
My Greatest Adventures Marc Svensson Alter Ego 3:17 (September 2002) 3-27 "Arnold Drake talks to Marc Svensson about life, Deadman, and the Doom Patrol"
"I, Robotman" Paul Dennis Alter Ego 3:17 (September 2002) 28-32 A 1965 fan-article by Roy Thomas about Cliff Steele's boiler-plate predecessor
"EC Confidential, Part II: Jack Davis and George Evans" Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:17 (September 2002) 33-38 Michael T. Gilbert continues his series on the non-ECD work of EC greats
A Tribute to Dave Berg Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:17 (September 2002) 39-40
A Tribute to Vince Fago Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:17 (September 2002) 41-42
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) P.C. Hamerlinck et al. Alter Ego 3:17 (September 2002) 43-52 "P.C. Hamerlinck presents Marc Swayze, Jay "
Writer/Editorial: Xero Hero Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:18 (October 2002) 2
Nothing Less Than Xero Bill Schelly Alter Ego 3:18 (October 2002) 3-16 Dick and Pat Lupoff's amazing 1960-63 fanzine-- an awesome overview by Bill Schelly
We Were Just Having Fun/ I Had Tons of Fun/ Xero Gravity Lupoff et al. Alter Ego 3:18 (October 2002) 17-21 Forty years after: the Lupoffs and Bhob Stewart look back on Xero
Alter Ego 3:18 (October 2002)
"Special "All in Color for a Dime" Section-- in Black & White" Roy Thomas et al. Alter Ego 3:18 (October 2002) 22-39 "Comics-related treats from Xero, courtesy of Otto Binder, Dick Lupoff, Don Thompson, Lin Carter, & Roger Ebert?!"
Xero-ing In Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:18 (October 2002) 40-42 "Roy Thomas remembers the Lupoff's fabled fanzine-- and his own "all in color" entry"
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) # 77 P.C. Hamerlinck Alter Ego 3:18 (October 2002) 43-52 P.C. Hamerlinck invites us to spend ten tintinabulatin' pages with Marc Swayze and Rod Reed (cover by C.C. Beck)
Writer/Editorial: Two Stans Are Better Than One Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:18 (October 2002) 2-3
The Goldberg Variations Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:18 (October 2002) 4-32 "Stan G., the man who colored the first Marvel Age comics, talks to Jim Amash"
"Comic Crypt: EC Confidential, Part 3" Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:18 (October 2002) 33-39 Wally Wood's Flash Gordon examined by Michael T. Gilbert and Mr. Monster
Comics: The Department of Commerce Robert Klein Alter Ego 3:18 (October 2002) 40-46 Robert Klein takes us on a tour of comics' ups and downs
Writer/Editorial: A Ray of Hope Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:19 (December 2002) 2
"Jerry Robinson on Fred Ray, the Harrisburg Patriot" Jerry Robinson Alter Ego 3:19 (December 2002) 3-7 "A great "Batman" artist talks about his friend and colleague-- and about those covers"
A Fred Ray Interview-- Sort-of Charlie Roberts Alter Ego 3:19 (December 2002) 8-10 Charlie Roberts got the reclusive Mr. Ray to jot down a few short answers
Fred Ray-- Artist-Chronicler of American Landmarks Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:19 (December 2002) 11-13 "A brief Ray bio, or is it an auto-bio?"
A Tribute to Fred Ray Jack Burnley Alter Ego 3:19 (December 2002) 14-15 Golden Age illustrator Jack Burnley on the 1940s work of a DC cover star
Fortune Mort Leav Alter Ego 3:19 (December 2002) 16-29 "A memoir by Golden Age artist Mort Leav, co-creator of The Heap-- and Mr. Whipple"
"Richard "Grass" Green" Bill Schelly Alter Ego 3:19 (December 2002) 30-34 Bill Schelly remembers one who left his mark on comic fandom-- and on comics
"Comic Crypt: Wally Wood's Flash Gordon, Continued" Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:19 (December 2002) 35-40 More about the non-EC work of EC's greatest artists!
re: [comments and corrections] Alter Ego 3:19 (December 2002) 41-46
Writer/Editorial: Hope Sprangs Eternal Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:19 (December 2002) 2-3 "Ask not what the now-monthly Alter Ego can do for you, but rather--!"
Dick Sprang Rides Again! Ike Wilson Alter Ego 3:19 (December 2002) 4-17 "The late Golden Age Batman illustrator, interviewed by Ike Wilson"
"The "Good" Batman Artist" Max Allan Collins Alter Ego 3:19 (December 2002) 18 Road to Perdition writer Max Allan Collins extols the one and only Dick Sprang
The Greatest Batman Artist Who Ever Lived! Bob Koppany Alter Ego 3:19 (December 2002) 19-21 "Don't be shy, Bob Koppany! What do you really think of Richard W. Sprang?"
Who Cares? I Do! Alex Toth Alter Ego 3:19 (December 2002) 22-27 Comics master Alex Toth on comic art in general-- and Batman in particular
"Batman during the "Sprang Era" Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:19 (December 2002) 28-29 "We've also got a fondness for Kane, Robinson, Schwartz, Mooney, and Moldoff!"
Partners in Time Ike Wilson Alter Ego 3:19 (December 2002) 30-42 Sprang and inker Charles Paris talk about their longtime Batman collaboration
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) No. 78 P.C. Hamerlinck et al. Alter Ego 3:19 (December 2002) 43-52 "P.C. Hamerlinck presents Marc Swayze, and a look at Captain Marvel Jr."
Writer/Editorial: Invaders of the Lost Art! Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:20 (January 2003) 2
World War II Forever (But Only in the Comics Books)! Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:20 (January 2003) 3-14 Roy Thomas' skeleton key to The Invaders-- its origins and homage heroes and villains
Who is Bob Deschamps.....? Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:20 (January 2003) 15-31 Jim Amash interviews a little-known but fascinating staff artist about Marvel's Golden Age
A Great Mix of Unique Cartoonists Alex Toth Alter Ego 3:20 (January 2003) 32-34 The legendary Alex Toth on a few other comics legends and non-legends you should know about
Flash Gordon Relaunched Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:20 (January 2003) 35-42 "Michael T. Gilbert on Flash Gordon by Jim Keefe, Al Williamson, George Evans-- and himself"
re [comments and corrections] Alter Ego 3:20 (January 2003) 43-47
Writer/Editorial: It Was a Very Good Year Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:20 (January 2003) 2-4 A personal reminiscence of Dave Kaler's 1965 Comics Convention
A Full-service New York Comics Convention-- Hurrah! Bill Schelly Alter Ego 3:20 (January 2003) 5-8 "Bill Schelly on the first "complete" comicon"
Ghost Writers in the Sky Jerry G. Bails et al. Alter Ego 3:20 (January 2003) 9-29 "The first-ever comicon "creators panel": Otto Binder, Gardner Fox, Bill Finger, & Mort Weisinger"
Comics & Fandom: Where Do We Go From Here? David A. kaler et al. Alter Ego 3:20 (January 2003) 30-38 "1965 panel with Murphy Anderson, Gil Kane, Jim Warren, Bill Harris, Roy Thomas, et al."
Con-Cave Coming? Tom Fagan Alter Ego 3:20 (January 2003) 39-40 Tom Fagan on the Batmanians and others at the KalerCon
Chatting with Dave Kaler Bill Schelly Alter Ego 3:20 (January 2003) 41-42 The comicon-organizer talks about his three conventions and his comics career
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) #79 P.C. Hamerlinck et al. Alter Ego 3:20 (January 2003) 43-52 Marc Swayze on Captain Marvel and C.C. Beck… plus the post-WWII Captain Marvel Jr.
Writer/Editorial: The Iger Counter Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:21 (February 2003) 2
The Iger Comics Kingdom Jay Edward Disbrow Alter Ego 3:21 (February 2003) 3-48 Golden Age artist Jay Disbrow on Jerry Iger & his comic art studio
A Footnote on the Eisner and Iger Shops Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:21 (February 2003) 49-51 Which artists worked for Iger-- and which for Eisner & Iger? Jerry Bails' full listing
re: [John Buscema] Alter Ego 3:21 (February 2003) 52
Writer/Editorial: The Magnificent Sevens Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:21 (February 2003) 2-3
Them Justice Guys Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:21 (February 2003) 4-9 "The awesome artists of All-Star Comics #33-41-- "the best of the best"!"
"Triumph of the "Will" Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:21 (February 2003) 10-11 Still more amazing artwork from the lost 1940s Justice Society adventure
A Conversation with Shelly Mayer Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:21 (February 2003) 12-14 Jim Amash's 1991 phone talk with the editor/co-creator of the JSA
About Irwin & Shelly & Us!! Alex Toth Alter Ego 3:21 (February 2003) 15-20 Master artist Alex Toth-- who was there-- writes about Hasen and Mayer
"Comic Crypt: Nuts and Bolts! The Gardner Fox Scrapbook, Chapter II" Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:21 (February 2003) 21-31 Michael T. Gilbert examines the detailed records of the JSA's other co-creator
Preview-- of a Coming Attraction! Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:21 (February 2003) 32-36 Roy Thomas continues the backstory of the 1980s All-Star Squadron
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) #80 P.C. Hamerlinck et al. Alter Ego 3:21 (February 2003) 37-46 "Cap's artist Marc Swayze, exec editor Will Lieberson, and "little brother" Cap Jr.!"
Writer/Editorial: Captains of Our Fate Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:22 (March 2003) 2
Twelve O'Clock in Shadow Jim Harmon Alter Ego 3:22 (March 2003) 3-20 Jim Harmon turns the (winged) clock back on-- Captaaaiin Midniiiiight!
Who Cares? I Do! Alex Toth Alter Ego 3:22 (March 2003) 21-24 Alex Toth sings the well-deserved praises of Paul Reinman and Lorraine Fox
re: [correspondence & corrections] Alter Ego 3:22 (March 2003) 25-28
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) #81 P.C. Hamerlinck et al. Alter Ego 3:22 (March 2003) 29-52 "P.C. Hamerlinck presents C.C. Beck, Marc Swayze, Capt. Marvel Jr.-- and Tom Mix!"
Writer/Editorial: It Is an Ancient Mariner Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:22 (March 2003) 2-3
Four of a Kind Gil Kane, Neal Adams Alter Ego 3:22 (March 2003) 4-16 Bill Everett & Joe Kubert interviewed by Gil Kane & Neal Adams in 1970!
"Prince Namor, the sub-MaREENer" Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:22 (March 2003) 17-23 Roy Thomas on his love affair with Bill Everett's creation-- with art by the Buscemas & Severins
In Search of Lloyd Jacquet Jack Elmy Alter Ego 3:22 (March 2003) 24-29 "Jack Elmy on his quest for information about the mysterious founder of Funnies, Inc.!"
Lapick of the Litter Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:22 (March 2003) 30-34 Jim Amash interviews Golden Age Timely Inker Rudy Lapick about his life and times
Landon Chesney (1938-2001) Bill Schelly et al. Alter Ego 3:22 (March 2003) 35-40 "Bill Schelly, Jason Gillespie, and Bill Spicer on a major artist of 1960s fandom"
"The Incredible Mystery of the "Lost" EC Page" Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:22 (March 2003) 41-46 Michael T. Gilbert re-examines a couple of Wally Wood's little-known landmarks
Writer/Editorial: All the Way with MLJ! Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:23 (April 2003) 2 Call it MLJ--Archie--the Mighty Comics Group--it's definitely had its moments!
"Fuje" for Thought!" Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:23 (April 2003) 3-20 "Golden Age artist Bob Fujitani talks with Jim Amash about The Hangman, Crime Does Not Pay, Flash Gordon, etc."
John Rosenberger...the Jaguar of Comics! Roger Hill Alter Ego 3:23 (April 2003) 21-41 "Roger Hill's fly-on-the-wall look at the artist of The Fly, The Jaguar, and Lois Lane!"
"The Hangman" Cometh!" Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:23 (April 2003) 42-46 Archie editor Victor Gorelick on his four decades with Riverdale and super-heroes
Writer/Editorial: The Wonder Years Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:23 (April 2003) 2-3
"Queen Hepzibah, Genghis Khan, & the Nuclear Wars" Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:23 (April 2003) 4-18 "Three "lost" Wonder Woman adventures--with unseen art by H.G. Peter!"
Comic Crypt: Flying Discs and Floating Chairs Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:23 (April 2003) 19-26 Michael T. Gilbert presents rare art by Simon & Kirby
Alex Toth on Noel Sickles & Fred Ray Alex Toth Alter Ego 3:23 (April 2003) 27-30 From Scorchy Smith to Terry and the Pirates to Tomahawk
"Claude Held, Pioneer Comic Book Dealer" Bill Schelly Alter Ego 3:23 (April 2003) 31-35 Bill Schelly interviews one of the first comics dealers-- and gets some great stories
Jack Keller (1922-2003) Dr. Michael J. Vassallo Alter Ego 3:23 (April 2003) 36-38 Dr. Michael Vassallo on an artist who drew men on horseback--and in hotrods
re [comments and corrections] Alter Ego 3:23 (April 2003) 39-42
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) # 82 P.C. Hamerlinck et al. Alter Ego 3:23 (April 2003) 43-52 "P.C. Hamerlinck presents Marc Swayze, Sheldon Moldoff, and Bill Parker"
"Writer/Editorial: The Men Called "X" Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:24 (May 2003) 2
Stan Lee: I Wanted Magneto to End Up Being Professor X's Brother! Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:24 (May 2003) 3-5
Roy Thomas: I'm Proud of Both My Runs on the X-Men! Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:24 (May 2003) 6-12
Gary Friedrich: I Was Never Really an X-Men Fan! Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:24 (May 2003) 13-14
Arnold Drake: Stan Loved Dialogue! Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:24 (May 2003) 15-17
The X-Men: A Cool Concept-- A 2000 Panel Craig Shutt Alter Ego 3:24 (May 2003) 18-29 "Craig Shutt with Dave Cockrum, Jim Shooter, Roy Thomas, & Arnold Drake"
Mike Friedrich: The Topic of Conversation Was the Revival of The X-Men! Mike Friedrich Alter Ego 3:24 (May 2003) 30
Len Wein: Alienation Was What the X-Men Were All About! Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:24 (May 2003) 31-33
Dave Cockrum: We Kicked the Whole Thing Around a Lot! Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:24 (May 2003) 34-47 "Interview with the "New X-Men's" first artist--plus a sidebar with wife Paty."
Chris Claremont: I Was in the Right Place at the Right Time! Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:24 (May 2003) 48-52
"Writer/Editorial: Mort Be Nimble, Mort Be Quick!" Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:24 (May 2003) 2
He Raised the Artistic Bar! Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:24 (May 2003) 3-4 Jim Amash's short celebration of the life and legend of Mort Meskin
Alex Toth: Homage to Mort Meskin: Maestro Alex Toth Alter Ego 3:24 (May 2003) 5-8
He Thought He Was a Great Comic Book Artist! Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:24 (May 2003) 9-26 And he was right! Jim Amash talk with Mort Meskin's sons Peter & Philip
Portrait of a Collector: Ed Lahmann Revisited! Bill Schelly Alter Ego 3:24 (May 2003) 27-30 Bill Schelly interviews a star of 1960s fandom--and remembers the late Biljo White
"The Marvelous World of "What If?" Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:24 (May 2003) 31-36 Michael T. Gilbert on some Marvel Age comics covers that never happened
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) #83 P.C. Hamerlinck et al. Alter Ego 3:24 (May 2003) 37-46 P.C. Hamerlinck proudly presents Marc Swayze and William Woolfolk
"Writer/Editorial: He Stretches, Shrinks, and Bends!" Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:25 (June 2003) 2-3
Jack Cole- Artist and Enigma Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:25 (June 2003) 4-10 Jim Amash on the creator of Plastic Man… plus a checklist by Jerry Bails & Hames Ware
A Lonnnng Stretch of Tall Talent Alex Toth Alter Ego 3:25 (June 2003) 11-15 Alex Toth on Jack Cole-- times four
Other Super-heroes Weren't Like That! Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:25 (June 2003) 16-26 "A candid and revelatory interview with Jack Cole's brother, Dick Cole"
He Could Do Anything! Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:25 (June 2003) 27-28 "Pioneer DC artist Creig Flossed talks about his friend, Jack Cole"
I Always Considered Him to Be a Genius! Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:25 (June 2003) 29-32 Original Playboy art director Art Paul on Cole's life and mysterious death
"He Was a Very, Very Interesting Talent!" Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:25 (June 2003) 33-35 Playboy cartoonist Bill Seamy shares his memories of Jack Cole
"Lost Comics Lore, Part I" Will Murray Alter Ego 3:25 (June 2003) 36-39 Everything Will Murray needs to know about comics… he learned from the Writer's Digest!
Bill Wagon Trina Robbins Alter Ego 3:25 (June 2003) 40 "A fond remembrance of the creator of Katy Keene, by Trina Robbins"
"re [comments, corrections, & correspondence]" Alter Ego 3:25 (June 2003) 41-45
"Writer/Editorial: Jerry, You're the Bestest!" Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:25 (June 2003) 2-4
Jerry Bails' Ten Building Blocks of Fandom Bill Schelly Alter Ego 3:25 (June 2003) 5-8 "Bill Schelly examines ten JGB "firsts"-- and that's just from the 1960s"
The Jerry Bails/Gardner Fox Letters Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:25 (June 2003) 9-13 Michael T. Gilbert looks at JGB's correspondence with the co-creator of the JSA
With a Little Help from His Friends Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:25 (June 2003) 14-19 Some of Jerry's collaborators and correspondents on Fandom's Founding Fathers
The Naming of Alter-Ego--1961 Jerry G. Bails Alter Ego 3:25 (June 2003) 20 "What's In a Name? Jerry Bails, Ph.D., in his own words"
Roy Writes All-Star Squadron Like He's Just Writing It for Jerry Bails! Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:25 (June 2003) 21-25 Ye Editor reveals JGB's influence on the early days of the 1980s JSA mag
I Trusted His Instincts and I Hoped He Trusted Mine! Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:25 ( June 2003) 26-34 "Chris Claremont (part2) interviewed by Jim Amash on his X-Men work with Dave Cockrum, et al."
"re: [comments, corrections, & correspondence]" Alter Ego 3:25 (June 2003) 35-40
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) #84 P.C. Hamerlinck et al. Alter Ego 3:25 (June 2003) 41-51 "P.C. Hamerlinck proudly presents Marc Swayze, Hames Ware, & Hoppy the Marvel Bunny!"
A Toast to the Golden Age of Comic Fandom Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:25 (June 2003) 52-53 "A Michael T. Gilbert centerspread, dedicated to 1960s super-fans no longer with us"
Writer/Editorial: Happiness Is Just a Guy Named Joe Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:26 (July 2003) 2
"You Do the Best You Can..." Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:26 (July 2003) 3-30 Joe Sinnot--Marvel's primo Silver Age inker---interviewed by Jim Amash
Mr. Monster's Comic Crypt: Spot That Style!! Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:26 (July 2003) 31-36 A querulous quiz conducted by Michael T. Gilbert
The Iger Counter Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:26 (July 2003) 37-42 Additions and Corrections to Jay Disbrow's The Iger Comics Kingdom
"re: [comments, corrections, & correspondence]" Alter Ego 3:26 (July 2003) 43
Henry Enoch Sharp Ware, Vadeboncoeur Alter Ego 3:26 (July 2003) 44-45 "Part I of a new series on Golden Age unknowns by Hames ware & Jim Vadeboncoeur, Jr."
Writer/Editorial: Donenfeld Times Two Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:26 (July 2003) 2
There's a Lot of Myth Out There! Evanier et al. Alter Ego 3:26 (July 2003) 3-28 "DC Publisher Irwin Donenfeld interviewed by Mark Evanier, Robert Beerbohm, Julie Schwartz"
Up in the Sky! Look! Jon B. Knutson Alter Ego 3:26 (July 2003) 29-33 Founding DC publisher Harry Donenfeld in 1940--with Jerry Siegel and comic Fred Allen
"K-Metal: The "Lost" Superman Tale" Mark Waid Alter Ego 3:26 (July 2003) 34-40 Mark Waid talks about the most important Superman story never quite told
"Alex Toth on Shelly Mayer, Part II" Alex Toth Alter Ego 3:26 (July 2003) 41-42
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) #84 P.C. Hamerlinck et al. Alter Ego 3:26 (July 2003) 43-52 "P.C. Hamerlinck presents Marc Swayze, Ken Bald, and comics on CD-Rom"
Writer/Editorial: Vin and Vigor Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:27 (August 2003) 2
Vin Sullivan: Present at the Creation Roy Thomas et al. Alter Ego 3:27 (August 2003) 3-26 A candid conversation with the late godfather of Superman and Batman
The Golden Girl and the Silver Slipper Jack Burnley Alter Ego 3:27 (August 2003) 27-37 Comics great Jack Burnley writes about his wife Dolores Farris-- Broadway dancing star of the 1920s
I Wrote Batman in the 1940s Bill Jourdain Alter Ego 3:27 (August 2003) 38-42 "Move over, Bill Finger! Here comes Ruth "Bunny" Lyons Kaufman"
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) #86 P.C. Hamerlinck et al. Alter Ego 3:27 (August 2003) 43-52 "P.C. Hamerlinck presents Jay Disbrow, Marc Swayze, and more"
Writer/Editorial: A Dream! A Hoax! An Imaginary Tale! Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:27 (August 2003) 2
I Remember Monster! Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:27 (August 2003) 3-12 Michael T. Gilbert & Co. speculate: What if The Incredible Hulk hadn't been cancelled in 1963?
The 1948 Comic Art Convention Phil Seuling Alter Ego 3:27 (August 2003) 13-21 And Phil Seuling asks: What if there'd been a comicon 16 years earlier than 1964?
I Never Really Stopped Doing Comics! Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:27 (August 2003) 22-27 Inker Les Zakarin talks with Jim Amash about John Romita and other phenomena
"About "The Black Pirate" and Alfonso Greene" Alex Toth Alter Ego 3:27 (August 2003) 28-29 Comics great Alex Toth on the career of an African-American Golden Age artist
Mike Suchorsky, a.k.a. "Mr. Photo" Ware, Vadeboncoeur Alter Ego 3:27 (August 2003) 30-32 Hames Ware and Jim Vadeboncoeur, Jr. on one of the best of the Great Unknowns
A Talk with John Benson (part one) Bill Schelly Alter Ego 3:27 (August 2003) 33-42 "Bill Schelly interviews the editor of Squa Tront, greatest of the EC fanzines"
In Memoriam: Al Hartley (1925-2003) Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:27 (August 2003) 43 "A few words about the talented artist of Patsy Walker, Archie, and Christian comics"
"re: [comments, corrections, & correspondence]" Alter Ego 3:27 (August 2003) 44-46
Writer/Editorial: Showing Our Age(s) Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:28 (September 2003) 2
The Family of Cartoonists Is My Family Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:28 (September 2003) 3-18 "Golden Age artist Lee Ames talks to Jim Amash about Iger, Timely, and others"
A Talk with John Benson (part two) Bill Schelly Alter Ego 3:28 (September 2003) 19-26 "Squa Tront's editor tells Bill Schelly about Post-EC Comic Fandom, and why Harvey Kurtzman left Mad!"
Spot That Style!! (Part II) Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:28 (September 2003) 27-33 Michael T. Gilbert shows what Golden Age greats drew when times were lean
A Brief Tribute to Pierce Rice Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:28 (September 2003) 34
re: [correspondence & corrections] Alter Ego 3:28 (September 2003) 35-38
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) #87 P.C. Hamerlinck et al. Alter Ego 3:28 (September 2003) 39-52 "P.C. Hamerlinck presents Marc Swayze, Steve Skeates, and the 1980s Monster Society of Evil!"
Writer/Editorial: Mighty Joe Maneely Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:28 (September 2003) 2
WHAT IF-Joe Maneely Had Lived and Drawn in the Marvel Age? Dr. Michael J. Vassallo Alter Ego 3:28 (September 2003) 3-41 Dr. Michael Vassallo takes a year-by-year look at the life and legend of this remarkable artist
"My Father, Joe Maneely" Nancy Maneely Alter Ego 3:28 (September 2003) 42-44 "Nancy Maneely talks about the father she loves, but hardly knew"
Joe Was the Best! Stan Lee Alter Ego 3:28 (September 2003) 45-46 "Stan Lee looks back 45 years, and remembers one of Timely's greatest artists ever"
"Writer/Editorial: Three Cheers for the Blue, White, and Red!" Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:30 (November 2003) 2
"Blue (Hawk), White (Archer), Red (Mask)" Jean-Marc Lofficier Alter Ego 3:30 (November 2003) 3-27 "Jean-Marc Lofficier on the super-heroes of French popular culture, from 1857 to today"
Ghost Writers in the Sky Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:30 (November 2003) 28-36 Jim Amash talks with Golden Age writers Kim Aamodt and Walter Geier--who scripted tales for Simon & Kirby
"If It Doesn't Tell a Story, It's Just Wallpaper!" Alex Toth Alter Ego 3:30 (November 2003) 37 Alex Toth on storytelling in comics-- and he should know!
Warren Kremer (1921-2003) Mark Arnold Alter Ego 3:30 (November 2003) 38-39 A brief tribute by Mark Arnold
"re: [caveats, correspondence, & corrections]" Alter Ego 3:30 (November 2003) 40-42
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) # 89 P.C. Hamerlinck et al. Alter Ego 3:30 (November 2003) 43-52 "Paul Hamerlinck presents Marc Swayze, C.C. Beck and the Shazam! Cartoon show"
Writer/Editorial: Just a League of Their Own Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:30 (November 2003) 2
Liberty and Justice: The Alex Ross Interview Walt Grogan Alter Ego 3:30 (November 2003) 3-13 "Walt Grogan interviews the acclaimed artist on his newest epic, JLA: Liberty and Justice"
Remembering Dick Dillin: The Top Man in the Country! Walt Grogan Alter Ego 3:30 (November 2003) 14-22 "A family remembers a husband, father, and longtime penciler of Justice League"
How Green Was My Martian Michelle Nolan Alter Ego 3:30 (November 2003) 23-26 Michelle Nolan on J'onn J'onzz and other anomalies of the early 1960s JLA
The Schwartzian Epic Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:30 (November 2003) 27-30 Roy Thomas unveils a long-lost JLA-related artifact -- in the 53rd century
"What Can You Get for a Nickel, Nowadays? Nothin!" Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:30 (November 2003) 31-36 Michael T. Gilbert checks some books out of the notorious 1970s Nickel Library
A Visit with Otto Binder Bill Schelly Alter Ego 3:30 (November 2003) 37-42 Bill Schelly excerpts his new biography of Captain Marvel's most inventive scribe
re: [comments & corrections on A/E # 24] Alter Ego 3:30 (November 2003) 43-46
The Agent of Cthulhu Scott Schaeffer Alter Ego 3:30 (September 2004) 28-32 "J.S. as science-fiction agent, recounted by Scott Schaeffer"
Writer/Editorial: Deck the Halls with--Comic Books? Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:31 (December 2003) 2
A Four-Color Christmas-- Mostly in Black-&-White Alter Ego 3:31 (December 2003) 3-11 Holiday greetings sent out by comics pros and fans
And Men Shall Call Him--Prototype!--Part Two Thomas G. Lammers Alter Ego 3:31 (December 2003) 12-29 "Tom Lammers on the precursors and precedents of The X-Men, Dr. Strange, et al."
Ellison Marvel-Land Harlan Ellison Alter Ego 3:31 (December 2003) 30-39 "When science-fiction's talented enfant terrible teamed up with Thomas, Buscema, Trimpe, and Buckler"
"re: [comments, corrections, & correspondence]" Alter Ego 3:31 (December 2003) 40-42
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) #72 P.C. Hamerlinck et al. Alter Ego 3:31 (December 2003) 43-52 "P.C. Hamerlinck presents Swayze, Schaffenberger, an humor in 1940s Captain Marvel"
Writer/Editorial: Putting on Ayers Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:31 (December 2003) 2
"To Keep Busy as a Freelancer, You Should Have Three Accounts!" Roy Thomas, Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:31 (December 2003) 3-36 Golden/Silver Age legend Dick Ayers tells Roy Thomas and Jim Amash how he heeded that advice!
Mr. Monster's Comic Crypt: Horror's Missing Link! Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:31 (December 2003) 37-42 Michael T. Gilbert spotlights the horror comics that came in between EC and Creepy!
The Detroit Triple Fan Fair--and How It Came to Be! Shel Dorf Alter Ego 3:31 (December 2003) 43-46 "Shel Dorf, co-founder of both that 1965 event the San Diego Comi-Con, reveals a little-known chunk of fandom's history"
"Writer/Editorial: Bellman, Burlockoff, and Candle" Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:32 (January 2004) 2
A Golden Age Reunion Michael J. Vassallo, Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:32 (January 2004) 3-44 "1940s-50s Timely (also Quality, etc.) artists Allen Bellman & Sam Burlockoff meet again!"
Mart Nodell's Time at Timely Blake Bell Alter Ego 3:32 (January 2004) 45-46 Blake Bell asks the genial co-creator of Green Lantern about when he traded in GL's ring for Captain America's shield
Writer/Editorial: A Guest Editorial by A/E Founder Jerry G. Bails Jerry G. Bails Alter Ego 3:32 (January 2004) 2
Crisis on Silver Age Earth Mike Gold Alter Ego 3:32 (January 2004) 3-12 The year the Future started-- by former DC/First Comics editor Mike Gold
"Lost Comics Lore, Part II" Will Murray Alter Ego 3:32 (January 2004) 13-16 Continuing Will Murray's look at early comics as reported by Writer's Digest
The Italian Connection Alberto Becattini Alter Ego 3:32 (January 2004) 17-21 "Alberto Becattini and Jim Vadeboncoeur, Jr., discover foreign agents at Fiction House"
The Silhouette Is the Strongest Graphic/Visual Image Possible! Alex Toth Alter Ego 3:32 (January2 004) 22-23 Alex Toth on comic art
A Brief Tribute to Pete Morisi Mark Evanier Alter Ego 3:32 (January 2004) 24-26 "Mark Evanier writes about the creator of Johnny Dynamite and Peter Cannon, Thunderbolt"
"Comic Crypt: Horror's Missing Link, Part 2" Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:32 (January 2004) 27-32 Michael T. Gilbert unearths secrets of the first black-&-white post-EC horror comics!
"We Miss You, Capt. Biljo!" Bill Schelly Alter Ego 3:32 (January 2004) 33-38 Bill Schelly pays tribute to one of the great talents of Comic Fandom's Golden Age
"re: [correspondence, comments, & corrections]" Alter Ego 3:32 (January 2004) 39-42
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) #91 P.C. Hamerlinck et al. Alter Ego 3:32 (January 2004) 43-52 P.C. Hamerlinck presents Marc Swayze and Fawcett mystery man Irv Steinberg
Viva Valerie! Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:33 (February 2004) 3-16 Artist Valerie Barclay talks to Jim Amash about Timely Comics-- and Mike Sekowsky!
Lost Comics Lore--Part III Will Murray Alter Ego 3:33 (February 2004) 17-21 Concluding Will Murray's look at early comic books-- as reported by Writer's Digest
Journey into Comics: Casualties of the Comics Code Pat Calhoun Alter Ego 3:33 (February 2004) 22-24 Welcome to Pat Calhoun-- and his guided tour of three Golden Age comics!
"The Late, Great Biljo White" Bill Schelly Alter Ego 3:33 (February 2004) 25-33 The second installment of Bill Schelly's celebration of the life and work of Capt. Biljo
In Memoriam: John Tartaglione Dr. Michael J. Vassallo Alter Ego 3:33 (February 2004) 34-35 Dr. Michael J. Vassallo on the passing of a veteran comics artist
"Cavalcade of Comics, Featuring Don Perlin" Don Perlin Alter Ego 3:33 (February 2004) 36-37
"re: [correspondence, comments, & corrections]" Alter Ego 3:33 (February 2004) 38-40
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) #92 P.C. Hamerlinck et al. Alter Ego 3:33 (February 2004) 41-52 P.C. Hamerlinck presents Marc Swayze-- and a 1954 Captain Marvel parody by Ross Andru and Mike Esposito
Writer/Editorial: Three Songs for Mike Sekowsky Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:33 (February 2004) 2
Chicken Scratchings Bernie Bubnis Alter Ego 3:33 (February 2004) 3-4 A 1963 meeting of Sekowsky and comics fan Bernie Bubnis
Pat and Mike Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:33 (February 2004) 5-21 "A candid interview with Pat (Mrs. Mike) Sekowsky about the talented cartoonist, conducted by Jim Amash"
The Mike Sekowsky Dinner Mark Evanier Alter Ego 3:33 (February 2004) 22-36 "Four artist and writers reminisce about "Big Mike's" years in comics and animation"
Comic Crypt: The Unknown Kurtzman Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:33 (February 2004) 37-43 Michael T. Gilbert presents early work by the creator of Mad
Shelly Mayer Thumped My Thick Young Head Alex Toth Alter Ego 3:33 (February 2004) 44-45 Alex Toth on learning to do the job of a cartoonist
Writer/Editorial: I Love Theme Issues Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:34 (March 2004) 2
Men of Quality Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:34 (March 2004) 3-15 "Dick Arnold, son of company founder Busy Arnold, talks to Jim Amash about Quality Comics"
I Created Blackhawk! Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:34 (March 2004) 16-28 Chuck Cuidera voices his opinions on just about everything
Better Read Than Dead Michelle Nolan Alter Ego 3:34 (March 2004) 29-35 Michelle Nolan tells about Blackhawk's 1950s transition from Quality to DC
Another Fine Talent Lost Alex Toth Alter Ego 3:34 (March 2004) 36-38 One Golden Age great re another: Alex Toth on Reed Crandall
Comic Crypt: The Unknown Kurtzman (Part Two) Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:34 (March 2004) 39-46 Michael T. Gilbert (and Ger Apeldoorn) on Harvey Kurtzman's work for Varsity
"Writer/Editorial: Clenched Fists, Clenched Teeth" Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:34 (March 2004) 2
"When Anything Happened, I Was Working on a Comic!" Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:34 (March 2004) 3-15 "A 1992 interview with Quality (and Apartment 3-G) artist Alex Kotzky, by Jim Amash"
I Didn't Want to Do Apartment 3-G! Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:34 (March 2004) 16-20 The son also rises! Brian Kotzky on his father's career--and his own
The Last Quality Editor Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:34 (March 2004) 21-37 "Al Grenet, Busy Arnold's final head honcho, talks about his two decades in the field"
The Alley Tally Party Bill Schelly Alter Ego 3:34 (March 2004) 38-42 Bill Schelly reminds us it's the 40th anniversary of one of fandom's first conclaves
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) #93 P.C. Hamerlinck et al. Alter Ego 3:34 (March 2004) 43-52 P.C. Hamerlinck points a finger at Marc Swayze and Big Bang Comics.
It Was a Fun Time! Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:35 (April 2004) 2-37 "Al Jaffee talks with Jim Amash about his tumultuous years at Timely Comics, and the early days of Mad magazine"
Comic Archive: Fandom across the Puddle Bill Schelly Alter Ego 3:35 (April 2004) 38-42 Bill Schelly interviews 1960s South African comics fan John Wright
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) #94 P.C. Hamerlinck et al. Alter Ego 3:35 (April 2004) 43-52 "P.C. Hamerlinck presents Marc Swayze and Big Bang Comics (part two), and bids farewell to Shazam!'s Les Tremayne"
Writer/Editorial: The Pillars of Atlas Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:35 (April 2004) 2
Young Men's Adventures Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:35 (April 2004) 3-17 Roy Thomas' very personal take on the Timely/Marvel Hero Revival
I'd Forgotten I'd Ever Done It! Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:35 (April 2004) 18 "Russ Heath doesn't even remember his one and only "Human Torch" story"
Captain America Was a Dirty Name Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:35 (April 2004) 19-26 John Romita talks to Jim Amash about the first super-hero he ever drew
Fighting Fire With Fire Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:35 (April 2004) 27-32 Dick Ayers tells still more about his halcyon days on The Human Torch
I Wish Wal-Mart Sold Memory! Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:35 (April 2004) 33-38 Stan Lee recalls the 1950s super-hero revival
Comic Crypt: Adventures into the Unknown Covers! Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:35 (April 2004) 39-44 Michael T. Gilbert on unpublished 1950s covers of the American Comics Group
Writer/Editorial: Canadian Sunset-- in Four Colors Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:36 (May 2004) 2
The Golden Age of Canadian Comic Books and Its Aftermath John Bell Alter Ego 3:36 (May 2004) 3-26 "John Bell on super-heroes and others north of the 49th parallel, 1941-1966"
Living in a World of Fantasy Dave Sim Alter Ego 3:36 (May 2004) 27-36 Dave Sim talks with Canadian comics pioneers Adrian and Pat Dingle and Bill Thomas
My Teacher Was Just Alex Raymond Strips Dave Sim Alter Ego 3:36 (May 2004) 37-44 A conversation with Canadian artist/writer Jerry Lazare
Comic Crypt: Fred Kelly- An Appreciation Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:36 (May 2004) 45-51 Michael T. Gilbert relates the secret origin of Mr. Monster
"Les Barker, a.k.a. Leo Bachle" Robert Pincombe Alter Ego 3:36 (May 2004) 52 Robert Pincombe's fast take on the creator of Canada's iconic Johnny Canuck
Writer/Editorial: Simon Says Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:36 (May 2004) 2
The Creator of Captain America Meets the Creator of The Human Torch Joe Simon Alter Ego 3:36 (May 2004) 3-6 1939: Joe Simon's first encounter with Carl Burgos-- and a couple of others
The American Dream Come True Joe Simon Alter Ego 3:36 (May 2004) 7-13 One comic book legend --Joe Simon-- talks about another-- Captain America
I Remember Weird Mysteries Jim Simon Alter Ego 3:36 (May 2004) 14-17 Jim Simon this time-- and the secrets behind that 1959 black-&-white horror comic
I Think I Was Basically Lucky! Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:36 (May 2004) 18-22 Elmer Wexler talks to Jim Amash about his brief sojourn in the Golden Age of comics
"Tributes to Bob Deschamps, Don Lawrence, George Woodbridge" Dr. Michael J. Vassallo Alter Ego 3:36 (May 2004) 23-26
Fandom across the Puddle- Part Two Bill Schelly Alter Ego 3:36 (May 2004) 27-30 Bill Schelly interviews John Wright about South African comics fandom
"re: [comments from Alex Toth, Terry Austin, and others]" Alter Ego 3:36 (May 2004) 31-34
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) #95 P.C. Hamerlinck et al. Alter Ego 3:36 (May 2004) 35-44 "P.C. Hamerlinck spotlights Marc Swayze, John G. Pierce, and C.C. Beck"
Tributes to Bob Haney & Irwin Donenfeld Alter Ego 3:36 (March 2005) 64-67
re: [correspondence & corrections] Alter Ego 3:37 (June 2004) 2-3
I Got to Realize My Dream! Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:37 (June 2004) 4-32 "Sy Barry, legendary artist of The Phantom, talks to Jim Amash"
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) #96 P.C. Hamerlinck et al. Alter Ego 3:37 (June 2004) 33-52 "P.C. Hamerlinck's Marvel-ous mix of Curt Swan, C.C. Beck, Marc Swayze, and more"
Writer/Editorial: Our Cup Runneth Over-- and Spilleth! Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:37 (June 2004) 2
"Gladiator of Iron, Man of Steel" Will Murray Alter Ego 3:37 (June 2004) 3-17 Will Murray on a 1930 novel by Philip Wylie probably influenced Superman
The Kryptonite Crisis Will Murray Alter Ego 3:37 (June 2004) 18-31 "Secret origins of the 1940s "K-Metal" story that could have changed Superman forever!"
It's a Bird! It's a Plane! It's--Noel Sickles! Alex Toth Alter Ego 3:37 (June 2004) 32 Alex Toth tells how the genius behind Terry and the Pirates nearly drew Superman
Comic Crypt: My World: The Al Feldstein Interview- Part I Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:37 (June 2004) 33-38 Michael T. Gilbert talks to the man behind Tale from the Crypt-- about Ray Bradbury
Rudy LaPick: Rudy Loves Everybody and Everybody Loves Rudy Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:37 (June 2004) 39-40 A brief tribute by Jim Amash to a renowned Archie artist
"Gary Brown, Comic Book Reporter" Bill Schelly Alter Ego 3:37 (June 2004) 41-45 Bill Schelly converses with a major editor form the Golden Age of Comic Fandom
A Testimonial for Julius Schwartz Harlan Ellison Alter Ego 3:38 (July 2004) 2-3 Harlan Ellison's verbal and photographic tribute to an old friend
Julius Schwartz Checklist Jerry G. Bails Alter Ego 3:38 (July 2004) 4 "What the great editor did, and when"
A Tale of Two All-Stars Dan Makara Alter Ego 3:38 (July 2004) 5-7 Dan Makara and Irwin Hasen on Julie as man and editor
I Dated Julie's Wife before He Did! Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:38 (July 2004) 8-12 Joe Kubert tells tales about drawing for J.S.
My Dust-up with Julie Alex Toth Alter Ego 3:38 (July 2004) 13 "Alex Toth on "burying the hatchet" with his one-time editor"
Tribute to a Titan Alter Ego 3:38 (July 2004) 14-30 A legion of comics lovers --both pros and fans-- remember Julius Schwartz
Comic Crypt: Strange Schwartz Stories Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:38 (July 2004) 31-36 Michael T. Gilbert and Mr. Monster examine some of Julie's 1960s correspondence
Close Encounters of the Schwartz Kind Bill Schelly Alter Ego 3:38 (July 2004) 37-40 Bill Schelly on his four meetings with Julie
Carrie Nodell & Lillian Drake Bill Black Alter Ego 3:38 (July 2004) 41-42 A few words about two gracious ladies
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) #97 P.C. Hamerlinck et al. Alter Ego 3:38 (July 2004) 43-52 P.C. Hamerlinck and friends on Julie Schwartz and Shazam!
"Writer/Editorial: Julie, Julie, Julie" Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:38 (July 2004) 2-3
Schwartz and All Mark Evanier Alter Ego 3:38 (July 2004) 4-8 Mark Evanier's overview of the life & time of Julius Schwartz
Three Easy Pieces Starring Julius Schwartz Will Murray Alter Ego 3:38 (July 2004) 9-29 A trio of interviews by Will Murray with the self-confessed architect of the Silver Age
How Captain Whiz Became The Flash! Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:38 (July 2004) 30-35 Carmine Infanto on Julie-- an the secret origins of the Silver Age speedster
We Called Him Sabertooth! Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:38 (July 2004) 36-39 Golden/Age inker Joe Giella talks about his friendship with Julie
I Never Felt Like I Was Working For a Boss When I Worked for Julie! Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:38 (July 2004) 40-45 "Murphy Anderson on the "Spectre-acular" Schwartz"
You Don't Know If You Can Do It Unless You Try It! Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:39 (August 2004) 2-33 Jerry Robinson talks with Jim Amash about his creative life after Batman
Gill Fox-- A Cartoonist to the Very End Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:39 (August 2004) 34-36 Jim Amash on a comic book pioneer-- who was also a friend
"re: [correspondence, comments, & corrections]" Alter Ego 3:39 (August 2004) 37-42
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) #72 P.C. Hamerlinck et al. Alter Ego 3:39 (August 2004) 43-52 P.C. Hamerlinck presents Marc Swayze & the Fawcett/Charlton/Toby Connection
"Writer/Editorial: Jerry's Boys-- and a Couple of Great Ladies, Too!" Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:39 (August 2004) 2
Building Batman-- and Other True Legends of the Golden Age Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:39 (August 2004) 3-38 Jerry Robinson talks with Jim Amash about being Bob Kane's Golden Age ghost
Comic Crypt: My World: The Al Feldstein Interview- Part II Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:39 (August 2004) 39-44 Michael T. Gilbert concludes his e-mail talk with the great EC editor/writer/artist
Writer/Editorial: Three's a Crowd-- but That's Not a Bad Thing! Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:40 (September 2004) 2
The Julius Schwartz Memorial Brian K. Morris Alter Ego 3:40 (September 2004) 3-19 "March 18, 2004: Remembrances of a legend"
My Second Favorite Julie Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:40 (September 2004) 20-23 Mr. S. said to Jim Amash: Tell these stories after I'm dead!
Tribute to a Titan: The Sequel Alter Ego 3:40 (September 2004) 24-27 Still more comics pros recall their close encounters with Julie Schwartz
You Can't Measure Comics Up against Anything Else! Daniel Herman Alter Ego 3:40 (September 2004) 33-37 "A short 1998 interview with the great Gil Kane, conducted by Daniel Herman"
Sort of The Atom John Wells Alter Ego 3:40 (September 2004) 38-43 "Prototypes, precursors, and just plain parallels of DC's Silver Age Mighty Mite, by John Wells"
Silhouettes Redux Alex Toth Alter Ego 3:40 (September 2004) 44 Alex Toth on the awesome power of the outline in comic art
Jack Bradbury Remembered Mark Evanier Alter Ego 3:40 (September 2004) 45
I Was So Interested in Drawing That I Didn't Want to Do Anything Else! Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:40 (September 2004) 2-27 "Russ Heath talks to Jim Amash about comic books, comic strips, and Playboy"
"Gary Brown, Comic Book Reporter Part 2" Bill Schelly Alter Ego 3:40 (September 2004) 28-32 "Bill Schelly completes his interview re Comic Comments, Gremlin, and Comixscene"
"Comic Crypt's Delightful "Clean-up" Column" Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:40 (September 2004) 33-40 "Michael T. Gilbert, Mr. Monster, Al Feldstein, Harvey Kurtzman, and more"
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) #99 P.C. Hamerlinck et al. Alter Ego 3:40 (September 2004) 41-52 "P.C. Hamerlinck presents Marc Swayze & The Fawcett/Charlton Connection, Part 2"
Writer/Editorial: Turning on the Fawcett Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:41 (October 2004) 2
Fawcett Knew How to Do It Better Than Anyone Else Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:41 (October 2004) 3-10 Golden Age artist Emilio Squeglio tells Jim Amash about his days with Captain Marvel
Comic Crypt: Twice Told Tales Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:41 (October 2004) 11-16 Michael T. Gilbert says Victor Frankenstein wasn't the only guy who made things live twice
Rocke Speaks! Bill Schelly Alter Ego 3:41 (October 2004) 17-20 Artist Rocke Mastroserio shares art and opinions-- via Bill Schelly and Gary Brown
"re: [comments, corrections, & correspondence]" Alter Ego 3:41 (October 2004) 21-24
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) #100 P.C. Hamerlinck et al. Alter Ego 3:41 (October 2004) 25-45 "P.C. Hamerlinck, Marc Swayze, Shelly Moldoff, Virginia Provisiero, and more"
Writer/Editorial: Lost in Darkness and Distance Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:41 (October 2004) 2
A Lifelong Love Affair with Frankenstein Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:41 (October 2004) 3-9 Bernie Wrightson talks to Roy Thomas about those sensational 1970s-80s illustrations
Frankenstein in Four Colors Donald F. Glut Alter Ego 3:41 (October 2004) 10-28 Don Glut spins an informal biography of Mary Shelley's Monster in comic books
"A Not-So-Spirited "Spirit of Frankenstein" Michelle Nolan Alter Ego 3:41 (October 2004) 29-31 Michelle Nolan on the American Comics Group's odd Adventures into the Unknown
Alex Toth Meets Frankenstein Alex Toth Alter Ego 3:41 (October 2004) 32-33 ""A Tip of the Topper to Dick Briefer" from one of his greatest fans"
Frankenstein: Monster in Tights Stephan Friedt Alter Ego 3:41 (October 2004) 34-37 "When Dell Comics stitched together super-heroes and horror, by Stephan Friedt"
Spawn Song John Wells Alter Ego 3:41 (October 2004) 38-44 Victor Frankenstein's fearful fiend at DC Comics (1948-1994) by John Wells
Frankenstein in the Funny Pages? Dick Briefer Alter Ego 3:41 (October 2004) 45-52 Dick Briefer nearly pulled it off back in the 1970s
Writer/Editorial: From Air Fighters to Space Busters! Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:42 (November 2004) 2
Glory Days at Hillman and Ziff-Davis Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:42 (November 2004) 3-27 Golden Age editor Herb Rogoff talks to Jim Amash about two fabled comics companies
"The Good "Heap" Artist" Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:42 (November 2004) 28-38 "An in-depth interview with Ernie Schroeder, the ultimate illustrator of Airboy Comics"
We'd Sit Around and Come Up with Situations Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:42 (November 2004) 39-42 A talk with Hillman artist/cartoonist Wally Littman
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) #101 P.C. Hamerlinck et al. Alter Ego 3:42 (November 2004) 43-52 "P.C. Hamerlinck spotlights Marc Swayze and Frank Motler's "Fawcett/Charlton Connection" finale"
Writer/Editorial: A Sunset in Silver Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:42 (November 2004) 2
Don Heck: A Class Act Nick Caputo Alter Ego 3:42 (November 2004) 3-11 "Nick Caputo asks: how did artist Dashin' Donnie go from "Iron Man" to Forgotten Man?"
In Defense of Paul Reinman Nick Caputo Alter Ego 3:42 (November 2004) 12-16 "From The X-Men to The Mighty Crusaders, by Nick C."
"Werner Roth: When "X" Marked the Spot!" Nick Caputo Alter Ego 3:42 (November 2004) 17-25 Nick C. and Werner's son Gavin discuss a talented master of his craft
Alex Toth on a Handful of Quality Comics Greats Alex Toth Alter Ego 3:42 (November 2004) 26-28
Comic Crypt: Michael T. Gilbert Goes for the Gold Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:42 (November 2004) 29-34 Rare art by Mr. Monster's master-- from 1979-2004
Tales Calculated to Drive You...ODD! Bill Schelly Alter Ego 3:42 (November 2004) 35-39 "Bill Schelly interviews Steve and Dave Herring, editors of a great 1960s humor fanzine"
Tributes to Jackson Beck and John Cullen Murphy Alter Ego 3:42 (November 2004) 40-41
"re: [correspondence, comments, & corrections]" Alter Ego 3:42 (November 2004) 42-44
Writer/Editorial Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:43 (December 2004) 2
Another Four-Color Christmas in Black-&-White Alter Ego 3:43 (December 2004) 3-6 More Yuletide and Happy New Year cards sent by comics pros
I Did What I Set Out in Life to Do Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:43 (December 2004) 7-22 Jim Amash talks with Golden Age artist Morris Weiss
To Be Continued! Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:43 (December 2004) 23-34 "After 6 1/2 decades in comics, artist Tom Gill tells Jim Amash he's still going strong"
Comic Crypt: I Like Ike! Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:43 (December 2004) 35-40 Michael T. Gilbert showcases 1954 cartoons of President Dwight Eisenhower
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) #102 P.C. Hamerlinck et al. Alter Ego 3:43 (December 2004) 41-52 P.C. Hamerlinck Marc Swayze and the Fawcett-into-Charlton Index
Superman South! Fred Patten Alter Ego 3:43 (December 2004) 2-40 Fred Patten's guided tour of Mexico's heroic comics during the U.S. Silver Age
"re: [comments, corrections, & correspondence]" Alter Ego 3:43 (December 2004) 41-44
Writer/Editorial:..With Liberty And Justice Society For All Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:44 (January 2005) 3
A Chance to Spread My Wings Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:44 (January 2005) 4-10 Artist/legend Joe Kubert speaks with Jim Amash about drawing Hawkman in the 1940s
Cartoonists Are So Unaware of Who They Are! Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:44 (January 2005) 11-19 "Irwin Hasen on illustrating "Green Lantern" and "JSA" in the Golden Age"
"(Excerpts from a) Postcard from the Edge-- Of California, That Is!" Alex Toth Alter Ego 3:44 (January 2005) 20 Alex Toth tells us why he nothing to say about JSA
"A "Will" of the Wisp!" Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:44 (January 2005) 21 "Still more art from that long-lost mid-1940s "Justice Society" story"
"An "Atom" Age Artisan" Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:44 (January 2005) 22-25 "Arthur Adler on his short, sweet comics-writing career in the late 1940s"
Of The Spectre and Lesser Lights Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:44 (January 2005) 26-34 A brief conversation with Golden/Silver Age All-Star Murphy Anderson
I Jumped at the Opportunity! Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:44 (January 2005) 35-42 Rich Buchler talks to collaborator Roy Thomas about the All-Star Squadron
You Really Put Me Through My Paces! Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:44 (January 2005) 43-51 Jerry Ordway on working with Mike Machlan & Roy Thomas on All-Star Squadron
"From the Centurions To Infinity, Inc." Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:44 (January 2005) 52-58 "Roy Thomas' original 1982 proposal for the feature that became Infinity, Inc."
"Tributes to Joe Buresch, Kin Platt, & Rudy Palais" Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:44 (January 2005) 59-64
Comic Crypt: I Like Ike! (part two) Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:44 (January 2005) 65-70 Michael T. Gilbert shows comic artists saluting President Eisenhower in 1954
Tales Calculated to Drive You...ODD! Part two Bill Schelly Alter Ego 3:44 (January 2005) 71-76 Bill Schelly completes his interview with 1960s parodists Steve & Dave Herring
"re: [comments, corrections, & correspondence]" Alter Ego 3:44 (January 2005) 77-80
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) #103 P.C. Hamerlinck et al. Alter Ego 3:44 (January 2005) 81-89 "P.C. Hamerlinck presents Al Duca, Steve Skeates, Marc Swayze, and Louis LeBone"
Writer/Editorial: The Sandman Cometh! Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:45 (February 2005) 2
What Led You to Get a Job in Comic Books? Hunger! What Else? Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:45 (February 2005) 3-17 Golden and Platinum Age artist Creig Flessel interviewed by Jim Amash
In Search of Bert Christman David Armstrong Alter Ego 3:45 (February 2005) 18-35 "David Armstrong on the shirt, eventful life of the creator of The Sandman"
Christman Was Well on His Way to Becoming Another Noel Sickles Alex Toth Alter Ego 3:45 (February 2005) 36-38 Alex Toth pays homage in words and art to Bert Christman
The Saga of the Sandman Lou Mougin Alter Ego 3:45 (February 2005) 39-43 A look at DC's Sandmen from 1939 to the present
The Amazing Adventures of Michael Chabon Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:45 (February 2005) 44-54 The author of the Pulitzer-winning Kavalier and Clay emails Roy Thomas
Comic Crypt: Warren Confidential- Part I Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:45 (February 2005) 55-60 Michael T. Gilbert on Warren Pubs' young Turks of the 1960s and '70s
"Getting to Know "Veteran Comics Fan" Jaunty Jeff Gelb" Bill Schelly Alter Ego 3:45 (February 2005) 61-65 Bill Schelly talks to the editor of Men of Mystery-- and Strange Bedfellows
"Tributes to Fred Guardineer, Irv Novick, Harry Lampert, & Christopher Reeve" Alter Ego 3:45 (February 2005) 66-72
"re: [comments, corrections, & correspondence]" Alter Ego 3:45 (February 2005) 73-78
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) #104 P.C. Hamerlinck et al. Alter Ego 3:45 (February 2005) 79-89 "Paul Hamerlinck presents Marc Swayze, C.C. Beck, and Otto Binder's Jon Jarl"
"Writer/Editorial: Read Alter-Ego, Or Else!" Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:46 (March 2005) 2-4
Everett on Everett Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:46 (March 2005) 5-35 "The great Bill Everett interviewed by Roy Thomas in 1969-70, from A/E V1 #11"
The Tragic Monster E. Nelson Bridwell Alter Ego 3:46 (March 2005) 36-41 "E. Nelson Bridwell on monsters as comic book super-heroes, from A/E V1 #7"
The Birth of Alter-Ego Bill Schelly Alter Ego 3:46 (March 2005) 42-47 Bill Schelly details the 1961 creation of the first super-hero comics fanzine
I Wanted to Be an Artiste! Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:46 (March 2005) 48-56 "Golden Age artist Lew Glanzman-- an "amazing man" interviewed by Jim Amash"
Comic Crypt: Warren Confidential- Part 2 Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:46 (March 2005) 57-63 "Michael T. Gilbert on future pros' fan art in Creepy, Eerie, and Vampirella"
Blood Was In Both My Eyes Alex Toth Alter Ego 3:46 (March 2005) 68-69 Alex Toth on his fabled 1952 face-off with Julie Schwartz
"re: [comments, corrections, & correspondence]" Alter Ego 3:46 (March 2005) 70-76
FCA (Fawcett Collector of America) #105 P.C. Hamerlinck et al. Alter Ego 3:46 (March 2005) 77-89 Marc Swayze-- and Otto Binder's unused 1953 Marvel Family/ Captain Marvel stories
Writer/Editorial: A Baker's Dozen Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:47 (April 2005) 2
Baker of Cheesecake Alberto Becattini Alter Ego 3:47 (April 2005) 3-35 The life and times of Good Good artist supreme Matt Baker-- by Alberto Becattini
Matt Baker & St. John Romance Critics John Benson Alter Ego 3:47 (April 2005) 36-38 An aesthetic appreciation by John Benson
The 'Matt Baker Woman' Struck a Responsive Chord Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:47 (April 2005) 39-56 The artist's loving kinfolk talk to Jim Amash about a remarkable Golden Age talent
"6 Billions Of Us, As Models" Alex Toth Alter Ego 3:47 (April 2005) 57 Alex Toth on the art of drawing human beings in comics
The Great and Wonderful Work of Orestes Calpini Vadeboncoeur, Ware Alter Ego 3:47 (April 2005) 58-60 "James Vadeboncoeur, Jr., and Hames Ware toast an animator-turned-comic-book-man"
Comic Crypt: The Quest for Al Williamson's Flash Gordon # 1 Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:47 (April 2005) 61-66 Michael T. Gilbert hosts Ray A. Cuthbert's essay on vanished/stolen classic art
"Finding the "Inner Bud" Part 1" Bill Schelly Alter Ego 3:47 (April 2005) 67-73 Bookseller Bud Plant tells Bill Schelly about his days in 1960s comics fandom
Tributes to Frank Kelly Freas and Marcel Navarro Alter Ego 3:47 (April 2005) 74-75
"re: [comments, corrections, & correspondence]" Alter Ego 3:47 (April 2005) 76-78
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) #106 P.C. Hamerlinck et al. Alter Ego 3:47 (April 2005) 79-88 P.C. Hamerlinck presents the views of Marc Swayze and C.C. Beck
Writer/Editorial: The 30-Year Dinner Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:48 (May 2005) 2-3
The Only Real Middle-Class Crimefighter Marilyn Mercer Alter Ego 3:48 (May 2005) 4-6 "Marilyn Mercer's essay on Will Eisner, from the New York Herald Tribune, Jan. 1966"
"I Always Felt Storytelling Was As Important As the Artwork." Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:48 (May 2005) 7-26 "Will Eisner to Jim Amash on Quality Comics, Eisner & Iger, & The Spirit"
Will Eisner... Still Cares! Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:48 (May 2005) 27-30 Jim Amash takes a personal look at a comic art legend
The Spirit of Will Eisner Alter Ego 3:48 (May 2005) 31-35 "Remembrances by Gene Colan, Stan Lee, Allen Bellman, Will Murray, Anthony Tollin, and others"
The Last Spirit Story Alex Saviuk Alter Ego 3:48 (May 2005) 36-39 Artist Alex Savuik on working with Will Eisner
I Was Doomed to Be an Artist Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:48 (May 2005) 40-46 Chuck Mazoujian on drawing Lady Luck and others
I Always Liked Working Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:48 (May 2005) 47-56 "Vern Henkel on his days at Quality, Timely/Marvel, and elsewhere"
Comic Crypt: The Wonder of It All! Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:48 (May 2005) 57-67 "Michael T. Gilbert presents Will Eisner's 1939 "Wonder Man" story"
Finding the Inner Bud-- Part 2 Bill Schelly Alter Ego 3:48 (May 2005) 68-73 Bill Schelly concludes his talk with the founder of Bud Plant Comic Art
Bill Yoshida (1921-2005) Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:48 (May 2005) 74 Tribute to veteran comic book letterer
"re: [comments, corrections, & correspondence]" Alter Ego 3:48 (May 2005) 75-80
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) #107 P.C. Hamerlinck et al. Alter Ego 3:48 (May 2005) 81-91 John Pierce & P.C. Hamerlinck on A.J. Hanley & Marc Swayze on comic strip syndication
Writer/Editorial: Marvel Mystery Tour Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:49 (June 2005) 2
The Privacy Act of Carl Burgos Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:49 (June 2005) 3-20 "Susan Burgos talks to Jim Amash about her father, creator of The Human Torch"
Diamonds in the Rough(s) Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:49 (June 2005) 21-32 A cornucopia of never-seen cover sketches from the Golden Age of Timely/Marvel
Torch Types Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:49 (June 2005) 33-41 Roy Thomas on Golden Age heroes who kept the home fires burning
Pulling a Dragoom Ger Apeldoorn Alter Ego 3:49 (June 2005) 42-44 "A Timely/Marvel "human torch" of 1952, examine by Ger Apeldoorn"
Atlas Shrugged Thomas G. Lammers Alter Ego 3:49 (June 2005) 45-68 "Thomas G. Lammers takes a look at the 1957 "Atlas Implosion" and its effects on comics"
Comic Crypt: Remembering Will Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:49 (June 2005) 69-74 Michael T. Gilbert on his personal encounters with the late great Will Eisner
Fate Did Its Odd Thing Alex Toth Alter Ego 3:49 (June 2005) 75 Alex Toth on his near-brush with Milton Caniff's Steve Canyon
The Bill Finger Award Jerry Robinson Alter Ego 3:49 (June 2005) 76-77 Special Announcement from Jerry Robinson
"re: [comments, corrections, & correspondence]" Alter Ego 3:49 (June 2005) 78-82 Letters we got- and art to go with them- from a bunch of top comics pros
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) #107 P.C. Hamerlinck et al. Alter Ego 3:49 (June 2005) 83-91 "P.C. Hamerlinck presents Marc Swayze, C.C. Beck, and Bill Black"
Writer/Editorial: Make Mine Marvel! Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:50 (July 2005) 2-4
"Roy the Boy" In the Marvel Age of Comics" Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:50 (July 2005) 4-52 "Jim Amash interviews Roy Thomas about being Stan Lee's "left-hand man" in the 1960s and early '70s"
"Writer/Editorial: Up, Up-- And Away!" Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:50 (July 2005) 2
Comic Crypt: The Fox And The Fan Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:50 (July 2005) 3-8 Michael T. Gilbert showcases Roy's 1961 letters to veteran-pro idol Gardner Fox
Two Weeks with Mort Weisinger Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:50 (July 2005) 9-12 Roy relates why those 8-9 days in 1965 were like four years with an angry mob!
"1965- A Watershed Year" (For Roy Thomas, Among Others)" Bill Schelly Alter Ego 3:50 (July 2005) 13-15 A brief word by Bill Schelly about how and why Roy jumped ship from DC to Marvel
Roy Thomas Checklist Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:50 (July 2005) 16-25 An illustrated an annotated guide to forty years of comic book writing and editing
The Company He Keeps Peter Sanderson, Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:50 (July 2005) 26-32 "The Comic Buyer's Guide 2000 poll of 20th-century comics favorites, annotated by Peter Sanderson"
The Doctor is In! Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:50 (July 2005) 33 "Found: more "Dr. Mid-Nite" art from that long-lost mid-1940s "Justice Society" story!"
The Angels of A/E Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:50 (July 2005) 34-36 A Too-Brief Intro to Five Who Made Alter Ego What It Is Today
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) #108 P.C. Hamerlinck et al. Alter Ego 3:50 (July 2005) 37-46 P.C. Hamerlinck & John G. Pierce on Roy's Fawcett Connection-- plus Marc Swayze
Writer/Editorial: The Mark of (Bob) Kane Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:51 (August 2005) 2
"Batman, Dr. Strangelove, and Everything in Between" Jon B. Cooke Alter Ego 3:51 (August 2005) 3-30 Lew Sayre Schwartz tells Jon B. Cooke about his multi-media career
Shooting Stars Michael Baulderstone Alter Ego 3:51 (August 2005) 31-52 "The life and death of the original Australian comics industry, by Michael Baulderstone"
He Left This Planet Too Soon To Go To Artists' Heaven! Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:51 (August 2005) 53-60 "Dave Berg talks to Jim Amash about his days at Fawcett, Timely, Quality, and Mad"
Mr. Monster's Comic Crypt: Remembering Will (Part Two) Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:51 (August 2005) 61-66 Michael T. Gilbert has more to say about the late great Will Eisner
The Stuff Of Our Personal Nightmares Alex Toth Alter Ego 3:51 (August 2005) 67-68 "Master artist Alex Toth's further word on night, shadows, and mood in comics"
"Ed Furness: A Witty, Multi-Talented Man" Robert Pincombe Alter Ego 3:51 (August 2005) 68-70 A brief tribute to Robert Pincombe to a top artist of Canada's Golden Age of Comics
"A Talk with Writer, Educator, and Comics Fanatic Glen Johnson" Bill Schelly Alter Ego 3:51 (August 2005) 71-75 Bill Schelly goes one-on-one with an All-Star from the Golden Age of Comic Fandom
"re: {correspondence, comments, & corrections]" Alter Ego 3:51 (August 2005) 76-82 Stan Lee and Michael Uslan on that fabled 1961 golf game-- for starters
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) #110 P.C. Hamerlinck et al. Alter Ego 3:51 (August 2005) 83-91 "P.C. Hamerlinck presents Jim Engel, Marc Swayze, Otto Binder, & C.C. Beck"
Writer/Editorial: For He's A Jolly Good Giella Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:52 (September 2005) 2
Joe Giella is Like Fine Wine-- He Gets Better With Age! Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:52 (September 2005) 3-32 "The man who inked DC's Silver Age, interviewed by Jim Amash"
Comic Artists Could Draw Better Than Anybody in the World Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:52 (September 2005) 33-45 1950s-70s artist Jay Scott Pike speaks with Jim Amash about his years at Marvel & DC
"I Was All Over the Place, and Enjoying Every Minute of It!" Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:52 (September 2005) 46-56 Martin Thall tells Mr. A. all about drawing comics in the 1940s and '50s
Comic Crypt: Remembering Will-- Part Three Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:52 (September 2005) 57-62 Michael T. Gilbert's long association with Will Eisner-- and The Spirit
Do The Best Damn Work Possible Alex Toth Alter Ego 3:52 (September 2005) 63-64 Alex Toth defines the ever-shifting goals of 1940s comic book artists
"A Talk With Writer, Educator, and Comics Fanatic Glen Johnson: Part Two" Bill Schelly Alter Ego 3:52 (September 2005) 65-70 A prominent 1960s comics fan talks to Bill Schelly about Russ Manning and more
"re: [comments, corrections, & correspondence]" Alter Ego 3:52 (September 2005) 71-77
In Memoriam: Al Kurzrok & Paul Cassidy Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:52 (September 2005) 78-80
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) #111 P.C. Hamerlinck et al. Alter Ego 3:52 (September 2005) 81-91 "P.C. Hamerlinck presents Marc Swayze, some Fawcett-to-Charlton footnotes, and more"
Writer/Editorial: A-Haunting We Will Go! Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:53 (October 2005) 2
Three Decades of Dracula-- And Counting Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:53 (October 2005) 3-14 "Giordano, Thomas & Beazley on the 30-year voyage of Stoker's Dracula"
Happy Halloween! Alter Ego 3:53 (October 2005) 15-25 "Haunted art by Wrightson, Brunner, Heath, Kaluta, Alcala, Ditko, Bissette, Everett, et al."
Frankenstein in the Funny Pages? - Part Two Ray Funk, Al Dellinges Alter Ego 3:53 (October 2005) 26-33 Dick Briefer and his monster-ous newspaper strip
Ross Andru and I Had a Handshake Partnership That Lasted Until the Day He Died Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:53 (October 2005) 34-59 Inker Mike Esposito tells Jim Amash about his and Andru's pre-Dc days
1966: The Year of Three New York Comicons! - Part 1 Bill Schelly Alter Ego 3:53 (October 2005) 60-66 Bill Schelly on the John Benson convention
Comic Crypt: The Horror! The Horror! Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:53 (October 2005) 67-73 Michael T. Gilbert on the ghost-story cover of Little Lulu- and John Stanley
Tributes to Owen McCarron & Bruce Hamilton Alter Ego 3:53 (October 2005) 74-75
"re: [corrections, comments, & correspondence]" Alter Ego 3:53 (October 2005) 76-80
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) #112 P.C. Hamerlinck et al. Alter Ego 3:53 (October 2005) 81-91 "P.C. Hamerlinck presents Jerry Ordway, Marc Swayze, Spy Smasher, Mr. Tawny, and more"
Writer/Editorial: The Triple Pillar of the World Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:54 (November 2005) 2
Mike Esposito: The DC and Marvel Years Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:54 (November 2005) 3-40 "Part II of a tintinnabulatin' talk about Andru, Kanigher, Lee- and Up Your Nose!"
It Wasn't My Turn to Do Another Showcase Lynn Woolley Alter Ego 3:54 (November 2005) 41-46 Lynn Woolley and Robert Kanigher on the creation of Metal Men
Who Created Sgt. Rock? Kanigher et. al Alter Ego 3:54 (November 2005) 47-54 "Robert Kanigher, Bob Haney, Joe Kubert, & Robin Snyder take the easy (Co.) way out"
Comic Crypt: Focus on John Stanley-- Part Two Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:54 (November 2005) 55-60 Michael T. Gilbert takes a second look at the brilliant writer of Little Lulu
Paint With Your Pencil Alex Toth Alter Ego 3:54 (November 2005) 61 Alex Toth with advice for aspiring- and professional- artists
1966: The Year of Three New York Comicons! - Part 2 Bill Schelly Alter Ego 3:54 (November 2005) 62-70 Bill Schelly on Day Two of the landmark John Benson con
"Tributes to Sam Kweskin, Jim Aparo, John Albano, & Byron Preiss" Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:54 (November 2005) 71-76
"re: [comments, corrections, & correspondence]" Alter Ego 3:54 (November 2005) 77-80 "Rogoff, Uslan, and Bellman write us."
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) #113 P.C. Hamerlinck et al. Alter Ego 3:54 (November 2005) 81-90 "P.C. Hamerlinck spotlights Marc Swayze, Michael Uslan, and Brazil's Capitao Marvel!"
Writer/Editorial: Merry Christmas & Happy New Year! Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:55 (December 2005) 2-3 See You on Groundhog Day!
My First Shazam! Painting Alex Toth Alter Ego 3:55 (December 2005) 4 Alex Ross reveals the story behind this issue's colorful Marvel Family cover
I Did Better on Bulletman than I did on Millie The Model Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:55 (December 2005) 5-21 "Ken Bald on drawing comic books (for Fawcett, Timely, et al.) & comic strips"
I Thought That Comic Books Would Never Last Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:55 (December 2005) 22-34 Vic Dowd relates what he feels is the typical cartoonist's story
Comics Weren't My Main Goal in Life Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:55 (December 2005) 35-40 "Even so, artist Bob Boyajian accomplished plenty at Fawcett and the Binder shop"
"Comic Crypt: John Stanley, Part III" Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:55 (December 2005) 41-46 Michael T. Gilbert completes his tribute to the great Little Lulu writer/artist
Leonard Darvin Speaks--- About the Comics Code Bill Schelly Alter Ego 3:55 (December 2005) 47-52 Bill Schelly presents part III of our coverage of the 1966 New York comicons
A FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) Spectacular! P.C. Hamerlinck et al. Alter Ego 3:55 (December 2005) 53-74 P.C. Hamerlinck showcases a 1973 conversation between Jack & Otto Binder and more
Writer/Editorial: Faster Than A Speeding Bullet Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:56 (February 2006) 2
"'Superman' Grew Out Of Our Personal Feelings About Life" Brian K. Morris Alter Ego 3:56 (February 2006) 3-18 "A never-before-published 1975 interview with Jerry, Joanne, & Laura Siegel"
"I Didn't Want To Know [What Other Companies Were Doing]!" Tom Wimbish Alter Ego 3:56 (February 2006) 22-48 Veteran coloring guru Jack Adler on three decades at DC
Jack Adler's Cousin - Howard Stern Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:56 (February 2006) 49-50 "The Radio/TV iconoclast says: "Jack, to me, was the star of the family""
Coloring Really Started To Come Back With Jack Adler Brian K. Morris Alter Ego 3:56 (February 2006) 52-60 Artist & Legend Neal Adams talks about working with DC's King of Coloring
Joe Kubert on Jack Adler Brian K. Morris Alter Ego 3:56 (February 2006) 61-62 About schools and coloring and 3-D - and friendship
"Mr. Monster's Comic Crypt: Fred Kelly Remembered, Part I" Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:56 (February 2006) 63-68 Michael T. Gilbert and Robert Pincombe pay tribute to an artist of Canada's Golden Age
"Vive La Difference!" Alex Toth Alter Ego 3:56 (February 2006) 69 Alex Toth on comic art - your way!
Leonard Darvin Speaks (About the Comics Code) - & Ted White answers! Brian K. Morris Alter Ego 3:56 (February 2006) 70-75 "Part IV of "1966: The Year of (Nearly) THREE New York Comicons""
"Tom Gill (1913-2005): "His Influence Changed Many Lives" Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:56 (February 2006) 76
"re: [comments, corrections, & correspondence]" Alter Ego 3:56 (February 2006) 77-80
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) #115 P.C. Hamerlinck et al. Alter Ego 3:56 (February 2006) 81-90 "P.C. Hamerlinck presents Marc Swayze, Michael Uslan, & more Brazilian goodies"
Writer/Editorial: O.K. Axis - And Commies - Here We Come! Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:57 (March 2006) 2
The Timely Comics Super-Hero Index (1939-1957) Mike Nolan Alter Ego 3:57 (March 2006) 3-64 Mike Nolan's lavishly-illustrated skeleton key to the Golden Age of Marvel
"They Depended On [The Super-Heroes] To Keep Us Afloat" Brian K. Morris Alter Ego 3:57 (March 2006) 66-70 Super-artist Gene Colan talks to Jim Amash about the late-1940s Timely/Marvel bullpen
Mr. Monster's Comic Crypt! - Have They No Shame? Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:57 (March 2006) 71-76 Michael T. Gilbert walks us through some blatant ripoffs from the 1940s to the '60s
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) #116 P.C. Hamerlinck et al. Alter Ego 3:57 (March 2006) 77-87 "P.C. Hamerlinck, Marc Swayze, & Hames Ware on the Jack Binder shop - plus our comics section"
"Writer/Editorial: An "X"-Rated Movie" Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:58 (May 2006) 2
Children Of The Atom Christopher Irving Alter Ego 3:58 (May 2006) 3-8 How The X-Men mutated to become the nucleus of Marvel Comics
"X" Marks The Sprocket" Christopher Irving Alter Ego 3:58 (May 2006) 9-15 The 1984 X-Men movie that might have been
"The Kon-Tiki Statue Blowing Its Nose Was Our Favorite Scene!" Brian K. Morris Alter Ego 3:58 (May 2006) 16-24 A conversation between Gerry Conway and Roy Thomas about their 1984 X-Men Screenplay for Orion Pictures
Bob Brant And The Trouble-Shooters - Plus Lance Brant Thomas C. Lammers Alter Ego 3:58 (May 2006) 30-34 A 1953 Timely/Marvel series that had kids & mutants
Riddle of the Rabble Rouser Will Murray Alter Ego 3:58 (May 2006) 36-39 Will Murray on the eerie relationship between Rabble Rouser and Hate-Monger
"Jack [Kirby] Says You're A Good Artist" Teresa R. Davidson Alter Ego 3:58 (May 2006) 40-48 "1950s Timely artist Vic Carrabotta tells Jim Amash about drawing for Stan Lee, Charlie Biro, et al."
A Cruise And A Comicon Allen Bellman Alter Ego 3:58 (May 2006) 49-50 Golden Age Timely artist Allen Bellman doesn't let any grass grow under his feet!
"When Is An "Unknown" Not Unknown?" Jim Vadeboncoeur, Jr., and Hames Ware Alter Ego 3:58 (May 2006) 51-55 "A look at the life and career of artist Ray Willner; Part IV in our series "The Great Unknowns""
A Sliver Anniversary For A Silver-Ager & Spouse Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:58 (May 2006) 56-59 Roy & Dann Thomas celebrate their 25th - with art & photos from a four-color 1981 wedding!
Mr. Monster's Comic Crypt: Russ Manning - The Fan Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:58 (May 2006) 61-66 Michael T. Gilbert & Ray Cuthbert examine the Tarzan/Magnus artist's pre-pro work
"Ball's In Your Court Now - And No Text To Help You" Alex Toth Alter Ego 3:58 (May 2006) 67 Alex Toth tells how silence can be golden in comic art
Mort Leav (1916-2006) Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:58 (May 2006) 68 "An "Impressionable Child" who left his mark"
Bill Fraccio (1920-2005) Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:58 (May 2006) 69 ""A big, gentle bear of a man""
The Forgotten '50s: Will Comics Ever Again Be As Exciting As EC? Bill Schelly Alter Ego 3:58 (May 2006) 70-74 "A 1966 panel with Ted White, Bhob Stewart, & Archie Goodwin; Part V of "1966: The Year of (Nearly) THREE New York Comicons!""
"re: [comments, corrections, & correspondence on our Will Eisner issue:]" Alter Ego 3:58 (May 2006) 75-81
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) #117 P.C. Hamerlinck et al. Alter Ego 3:58 (May 2006) 83-90 P.C. Hamerlinck presents Marc Swayze & C.C. Beck - plus Captain Marvel & The Human Torch!
Writer/Editorial: Dark Nights & Steel Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:59 (June 2006) 2
"Arthur Suydam: "Heroes Are What We Aspire To Be" Renee Witterstaetter Alter Ego 3:59 (June 2006) 3-12 An interview with the artist of Cholly And Flytrap and Marvel Zombies covers
"Maybe I Was Just Loyal" Brian K. Morris Alter Ego 3:59 (June 2006) 14-23 "Longtime "Batman" artist Sheldon Moldoff talks about Bob Kane and other phenomena"
"My Attitude Was, They're Not Bosses, They're Editors" Jim Kealy & Eddy Zeno Alter Ego 3:59 (June 2006) 25-35 "Golden/Silver Age "Superman" artist Al Plastino on his long and illustrious career"
Jerry Siegel's European Comics! Alberto Becattini Alter Ego 3:59 (June 2006) 36-39 "When Superman's co-creator fought for truth, justice, and the European way"
"If You Can't Improve Something 200%, Then Go With The Thing That You Have" Brian K. Morris Alter Ego 3:59 (June 2006) 40-45 Modern legend Neal Adams on the late 1960s at DC Comics
"It Only Took 40 Years...To Be The Steve Roper Artist!" Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:59 (June 2006) 48-59 Artist Fran Matera talks about quality - and not just the comics company!
Mr. Monster's Comic Crypt: Russ Manning - Part 2 Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:59 (June 2006) 61-66 Michael T. Gilbert and Ray Cuthbert continue their look at the Tarzan/Magnus artist.
The Forgotten '50s: Will Comics Ever Again Be As Exciting As EC? Bill Schelly Alter Ego 3:59 (June 2006) 67-71 "A 1966 panel with Ted White, Bhob Stewart, & Archie Goodwin; Part VI of "1966: The Year of (Nearly) THREE New York Comicons!""
"re: [correspondence, comments, & corrections]" Alter Ego 3:59 (June 2006) 72-76
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) #118 P.C. Hamerlinck et al. Alter Ego 3:59 (June 2006) 77-86 "P.C. Hamerlinck presents artists Ruben Procopio & Marc Swayze, plus more!"
Writer/Editorial: Fifty Years Have Gone By In A Flash! Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:60 (July 2006) 2-3
Life From A Flash Of Lightning Christopher Irving Alter Ego 3:60 (July 2006) 5-8 The significance of Showcase #4
Julius Schwartz & Carmine Infantino Brian K. Morris Alter Ego 3:60 (July 2006) 9-13 "Ten years after Showcase #4, two of the creators of the Silver Age Flash just happened to be in the same room…"
"Written Off 9/30/49" - Part VII" Roy Thomas Alter Ego 3:60 (July 2006) 14-16 "Art from a never-published, Infantino-drawn "Flash" story from the Golden Age"
"I'm Responsible For The Silver Age" Christopher Irving Alter Ego 3:60 (July 2006) 18-24 Robert Kanigher on many subjects - including (very briefly) Showcase #4
Now You Don't See Him - Now You Do! Al Dellinges Alter Ego 3:60 (July 2006) 26-29 "The FLASH-y disappearance and reappearance of Joe Kubert, 1947"
"I Think I Was A Natural-Born Comic Writer" Don Ensign Alter Ego 3:60 (July 2006) 30-41 "John Broome in San Diego, 1998 - with Mark Evanier, Julius Schwartz, Murphy Anderson, & Mike W. Barr"
"We Were A Very Happy Group" Jim Amash Alter Ego 3:60 (July 2006) 43-60 "Artist Tony DiPreta on comic books, comic strips, & the people behind them"
Alex Toth (1928-2006) Ron Goulart Alter Ego 3:60 (July 2006) 61 ""The Artist's Artist""
Dick Rockwell (1920-2006) Mark Evanier Alter Ego 3:60 (July 2006) 62 ""He deserved more time in the spotlight than he received""
Mr. Monster's Comic Crypt!: Twice-Told Gilbert! Michael T. Gilbert Alter Ego 3:60 (July 2006) 63-68 Michael T. Gilbert presents more scenes that have been depicted twice - or even thrice!
The Fabulous '40s - The First Full Decade Of Comic Books Brian K. Morris Alter Ego 3:60 (July 2006) 69-74 "A panel discussion with Otto Binder, Larry Ivie, Ted White - and, for the first and only time, Klaus Nordline (Part VII of "1966: The Year Of (Nearly) Three New York Comics Conventions")"
"re: [comments, correspondence, & corrections]" Alter Ego 3:60 (July 2006) 76-79
FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) #119 P.C. Hamerlinck et al. Alter Ego 3:60 (July 2006) 80-89 P.C. Hamerlinck presents Marc Swayze and Alex Ross
Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist S:E: # 1 (Dec 1999) 1 Jon tries to get on his mom's good side
Mark Evanier: The Unknown Kirby Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist S:E: # 1 (Dec 1999) 2-14 Evanier gives us the skinny on his unrealized '70s DC work
Steve Sherman: Jack Kirby's Underworld Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist S:E: # 1 (Dec 1999) 15-17 "Starbaby, The Ship, and Jack's Superworld of Everything- Kirby's '70s assistant reveals "could-of-beens""
Russ Heath of Easy Company Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist S:E: # 1 (Dec 1999) 18-29 "War artist extraordinaire talks about Haunted Tanks, Sea Devils, Pterodactyl Guy, Cowgirls at War, Sgt. Rock"
Alex Toth: Before I Forget Alex Toth Comic Book Artist S:E: # 1 (Dec 1999) 30-35 "From Hot Wheels to The Witching Hour, romance to war, Toth writes about his '70s DC masterpieces"
The Greatest: Neal Adams' Superman vs. Muhammad Ali Arlen Schumer Comic Book Artist S:E: # 1 (Dec 1999) 36-47 Arlen Schumer goes a few rounds with Neal Adams about his finest work for DC
Bernie Wrightson: Dark Comedy Bruce Jones Comic Book Artist S:E: # 1 (Dec 1999) 48-57 "Writer Bruce Jones gives us a glimpse of the artist of the macabre in the 1977 appreciation, plus a portfolio"
Bruce Timm: Young God of Supertown Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist S:E: # 1 (Dec 1999) 58-64 "Our best cover artist gives us the lowdown on the animated Fourth World, Kirby's babes, and more"
Hembeck's Dateline:@#!$?%! Fred Hembeck Comic Book Artist S:E: # 1 (Dec 1999) 65 "Oh, man, it's….OMAC!"
Editor's Rant: The Warren Experience Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 4 (Spring 1999) 2 "The scoop on this "Empire of Horror" issue"
Memories of Joe Orlando Lee Mars Comic Book Artist 4 (Spring 1999) 3 Cartoonist Lee Mars recalls the old artist/editor
Barry Windsor-Smith: Storytelling Again Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 4 (Spring 1999) 4 "Review of the artist's new graphic novel from Fantagraphics, Adastra in Africa"
"Dick Sprang, Comics Master" Joe Roberts Comic Book Artist 4 (Spring 1999) 5+6 A look at B. Koppany's new book on the forgotten Batman artist
CBA Communiques: Dick Giordano's Rebuttal Comic Book Artist 4 (Spring 1999) 7 "Replies to "Carmine Infanto's Rebuttal""
The B-&-W World of Warren Publishing Archie Goodwin Comic Book Artist 4 (Spring 1999) 8 thru 11 Archie Goodwin's personal look and history of the company
Hembeck's Dateline:@#!$?%! Fred Hembeck Comic Book Artist 4 (Spring 1999) 12 "Fred checks out the real "Collector's Edition" of the Warren Days"
James Warren Interview Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 4 (Spring 1999) 13-43 ""Someone Has to Make it Happen""
Goodwin Times Richard Howell Comic Book Artist 4 (Spring 1999) 44-45 Richard Howell waxes nostalgic about Warren's Golden Age of B-&-W horror
Angelo Torres Interview Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 4 (Spring 1999) 46-47 The artist gives us a brief interview about his Warren work
Al Williamson Interview Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 4 (Spring 1999) 48-51 "Interview with EC fan favorite artist on his "Success Story" at Warren"
Anne T. Murphy Interview Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 4 (Spring 1999) 52-55 Archie Goodwin's wife remembers the writer/editor's tenures at Warren
Before I Forget: Toth's Warren Days Alex Toth Comic Book Artist 4 (Spring 1999) 56-62 Alex Toth uncovers the challenges of his black and white and tonal work
The Spanish Invasion David A. Roach Comic Book Artist 4 (Spring 1999) 63-77 David A. Roach's investigation of Warren's Barcelona Era
William DuBay Interview Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 4 (Spring 1999) 78-85 Sharing memories with Warren's longest-running Editor
Bernie Wrightson Interview Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 4 (Spring 1999) 86-91 The master of the macabre arts recalls his finest work at Warren
Louise Jones Simonson Interview Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 4 (Spring 1999) 92-99 Louise reveals the goings-on behind Warren Publishing's Second Renaissance
Will Eisner Interview Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 4 (Spring 1999) 100-102 The father of sequential art reminisces about his Spirited Warren experience
Flo Steinberg Interview Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 4 (Spring 1999) 103 "A talk of errant monkeys and rubber bats with the "Captain" of the Company"
Bruce Jones Interview Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 4 (Spring 1999) 104-109 "One of Warren's greatest writers discusses work, Louise, and Wrightson"
Russ Heath Interview Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 4 (Spring 1999) 110-112 "The storyteller shares a little "Give and Take" on his Warren days"
Editorial: Remembering Julius Schwartz Michael Eury Back Issue 4 (June 2004) 2 "The Marvel Universe owes a debt of gratitude to this late, great DC editor"
PRO2PRO: Chris Claremont and John Byrne Peter Sanderson Back Issue 4 (June 2004) 3-25 The legendary X-Men creative team discusses Wolverine
The Greatest Stories Never Told: I Was A Teenage Wolverine! Michael Eury Back Issue 4 (June 2004) 26-31 Creator Len Wein spills the beans on teen Wolverine
"Happy Birthday, Wolverine! Art Gallery" Michael Eury Back Issue 4 (June 2004) 32-35 "Art by Arthur Adams, Colan and Williamson, Hughes and Townsend, Miller and Rubinstein, Perez and Austin"
Rough Stuff: Wolverine Spotlight David Hamilton Back Issue 4 (June 2004) 36-46 "Wolverine pencil art by J. Buscema, Byrne, Chadwick, Cockrum, Hughes, Kane, Larsen, Lee, Liefeld, Silvestri, and Simonson!"
Secret Wars 20th Anniversary Quiz Michael Eury Back Issue 4 (June 2004) 47-49 Test your knowledge of Marvel's first crossover. With unpublished Mike Zeck art!
Bring On The Bad Guys: The Punisher Dan Johnson Back Issue 4 (June 2004) 50-61 How Marvel's vigilante went from antagonist to anti-hero
PRO2PRO: Walter Simonson and Joe Casey Brian K. Morris Back Issue 4 (June 2004) 62-82 "Relive the days of Simonson's Thor, with never-before-published artwork"
Back In Print: The Chronicles Of Conan Roy Thomas and Barry Windsor-Smith Back Issue 4 (June 2004) 83-85 "Dark Horse's reprints of Marvel's classics, plus a "New in Print" glimpse of the new Conan and Iron Fist series"
Back Talk Back Issue 4 (June 2004) 86-88 Reader feedback on issue #2
Editor's Rant: In the Living Years Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 5 (Summer 1999) 2 The urgency of CBA's mission
Alex Toth: Black and White- The Teachings of a Master Alex Toth Comic Book Artist 5 (Summer 1999) 3 Jim Amash examines Manuel Auad's latest Toth collection
CBA Communiques Comic Book Artist 5 (Summer 1999) 5 thru 10 "Re: The Warren Report- Frazetta, Corben, Eisner, Wrightson, Ivie and more comment"
Dork Attack! Evan Dorkin Comic Book Artist 5 (Summer 1999) 8 Evan Dorkin on why most comics suck
Dateline:@!!?* Fred Hembeck Comic Book Artist 5 (Summer 1999) 11 "Getting "In Like Fred" (Hembeck that is) with the scoop on The Phantom Stranger"
The Madames and the Girls Mike W. Barr Comic Book Artist 5 (Summer 1999) 12 thru 17 The story behind the DC Writers Purge of 1968 by Mike W. Barr
The Last John Broome Interview Mike W. Barr Comic Book Artist 5 (Summer 1999) 18-22 Mike W. Barr talked to Silver Agers John & Peg Broome at San Diego ComiCon
Irwin Donenfeld Interview: Donenfeld's Comics Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 5 (Summer 1999) 23-24 A conversation with the one-time DC editorial director on the company's checkered past
Joe Simon Interview: The Man Behind the Prez Jim Amash Comic Book Artist 5 (Summer 1999) 25 Jim Amash talks to the creator of Brother Power and the Geek
Spotlight on Nick Cardy: The 1998 San Diego ComiCon Panel Transcript CBA Comic Book Artist 5 (Summer 1999) 26-31 "With Nick Cardy, Mark Evanier, Colleen Doran, Marv Wolfman, & Sergio Aragones"
Alex Toth: Before I Forget Alex Toth Comic Book Artist 5 (Summer 1999) 32-35 "Toth on Frank Robbins' DC work, and on The Shadow of Batman"
Gil Kane Interview: Man of Action Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 5 (Summer 1999) 36-37 A chat with the artist about Captain Action and other late '60s DC work
"Neal Adams Interview: "A Quiet Pitched Battle from Day One" Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 5 (Summer 1999) 38-41 Talking about his DC days
Sergio Aragones Interview: Man behind the Bat (Lash) Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 5 (Summer 1999) 42-47 A conversation with the cartoonist about writing days at DC and Plop!
Howard Post Interview: Country Boy from the City Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 5 (Summer 1999) 48-55 A rare discussion with the artist/writer behind Anthro
Dennis O'Neil Interview: Shadows of Reality Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 5 (Summer 1999) 56-63 The writer behind Green Lantern/Green Arrow and The Shadow on his early DC days
Sam Glanzman Interview Jon B. Cooke, Don Mangus Comic Book Artist 5 (Summer 1999) 64-65 The Salty Dog on his great DC war book material
My Life as a Cartoonist Don Mangus Comic Book Artist 5 (Summer 1999) 66-67 "Sam Glanzman discusses his ling career in comics, from Fly-Man to Jonah Hex"
In Only Four Pages Don Mangus, Andrew Steven Comic Book Artist 5 (Summer 1999) 68-71 Don Mangus & Andrew Steven look at the best U.S.S. Stevens tales
Steve Skeates Interview: Skeating on Thin Ice Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 5 (Summer 1999) 72-75 "The Fishman himself, that Aquaman and Plop! scribe on his Charlton and DC days"
John Costanza Interview: The Man behind Page 13! Jim Amash Comic Book Artist 5 (Summer 1999) 76-77 "Jim Amash cyberchats with the letterer and cartoonist, "Jon Costa""
Marv Wolfman Interview: Breaking Into the Ranks Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 5 (Summer 1999) 78-80 Busting a move into the Old Boy network at National Periodicals
Len Wein Interview: An Illegitimate Son of Superman Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 5 (Summer 1999) 81-83 Swamp Thing co-creator and Phantom Stranger scribe on his early tenure at DC
Bernie Wrightson Interview: Like a Bat Out of Hell Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 5 (Summer 1999) 84-87 Swamp Thing co-creator discusses his artistry on Joe Orlando's mystery books
Michael William Kaluta Interview: The Man behind the Shadow Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 5 (Summer 1999) 88-91 Mike talks about his time at DC
Invasion from the Philippines Chris Knowles Comic Book Artist 5 (Summer 1999) 92-96 Chris Knowles gives us brief survey of the influx of great Filipino artists at DC Comics
Editorial Michael Eury Back Issue 5 (August 2004) 2 The intertwined worlds of comic books and cinema
Marvel On TV: Lou Ferrigno Interview Dan Johnson Back Issue 5 (August 2004) 3-6 "An all-new chat with television's Incredible Hulk, and a special cartoon by John Lustig"
"Marvel On TV Continued: Marvel Super-Heroes, As Seen on CBS-TV" Michael Eury Back Issue 5 (August 2004) 7-9 Cast and episode lists for Marvel Comics' live-action series and specials
The Greatest Stories Never Told: The Greatest Series Never Sold Darrell McNeil Back Issue 5 (August 2004) 11-16 "Scooby-Doo Meets the Super-Heroes, Teen Titans, and other toons you didn't see"
Backstage Pass: Lynda Carter: She's Still a Wonder Brian K. Morris Back Issue 5 (August 2004) 17-35 "An exclusive interview with television's Wonder Woman, with photos and rare art galore"
Timeline: Wonder Woman in the Media Andy Mangels Back Issue 5 (August 2004) 36 "The history of Wonder Woman in comic art, live action, and animation"
Backstage Pass Continued: Wonder Woman: TV Allies and Associates Dossier Back Issue 5 (August 2004) 37-48 "Lyle Waggoner, Cloris Leachman, and others ruminate on the TV series and heroine"
Color Art Gallery: Lynda Carter as Wonder Woman Andy Mangels Back Issue 5 (August 2004) 49-56 "Costume designs by Donfeld, plus pinups by Giordano, Guinan, Hughes, Jimenez, Ross, and Timmons"
Off My Chest: Lights...Camera...Web-Slinging Action! Spider-Man's Climb Up the Hollywood Ladder John Romita, Sr. Back Issue 5 (August 2004) 57-60 The legendary Marvel Comics artist discusses Spider-Man on screen in a guest editorial
Rough Stuff: Jerry Ordway Jerry Ordway Back Issue 5 (August 2004) 61-70 Spotlighting the pencil art of one of comics' most popular artists
Beyond Capes: Mike W. Barr's Star Trek Comic-Book Memories Mike W. Barr Back Issue 5 (August 2004) 71-77 "The Enterprise's foray into funnybooks, courtesy of a writer who's boldly gone on the ride with them"
"DVD Back Issues, Part One" Andy Mangels Back Issue 5 (August 2004) 78-82 A checklist of comics to film to DVD
Calling The Shots: An Interview with Punisher (1989) Director Mark Goldblatt Dan Johnson Back Issue 5 (August 2004) 83-88 A behind-the-scenes look at the Marvel-inspired film
Back In Print: The Doom Patrol Archives Arnold Drake and Bruno Premiani Back Issue 5 (August 2004) 89-90 Are these upscale reprints worth their price tags?
New In Print: The Doom Patrol by John Byrne Peter Sanderson Back Issue 5 (August 2004) 91-92 A chat with the writer/artist about his reworking of DC's strangest heroes
Back Talk Back Issue 5 (August 2004) 93-95 "Reader feedback on issue #3, with a wonderful Perez pinup"
Editor's Rant: My Turn on the Century Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 6 (Fall 1999) 2 "The spirit of collaboration, nostalgia, and Steranko's History of Comics"
"Small Press Spotlight: Goodbye, Chunky Rice- Hello, Craig Thompson" Charles Hatfield Comic Book Artist 6 (Fall 1999) 3 "Charles Hatfield reviews the debut graphic novel of one hot, up-and-coming cartoonist"
Public Service: The International Journal of Comic Art Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 6 (Fall 1999) 4 "John A. Lent pitches the latest addition to comics scholarship, IJOCA"
CBA Communiques Comic Book Artist 6 (Fall 1999) 5 thru 8 "Skeates on his interview, Infanto and Orlando on Bat Lash"
Pinchera's Pix: Mr. Saturn Rick Pinchera Comic Book Artist 6 (Fall 1999) 6 Pinchera begins his new series: candid shots of superfolk in everyday life
Fred Hembeck's Dateline: @!!?* Fred Hembeck Comic Book Artist 6 (Fall 1999) 9 Fred regales us about Steve Gerber and the writer's Giant-Size Man-Thing
John Romita Interview: Spidey's Man Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 6 (Fall 1999) 10 thru 21 From nefarious kick-backs at '50s DC to the chaos of the '70s Marvel bullpen
"Marie Severin Interview: More Than "Just Marie" Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 6 (Fall 1999) 22-27 "Cartoonist, colorist, cover designer, caricaturist, and the heart of the bullpen, Marie talks Marvel"
"Dave Cockrum Interview: Blackhawks, X-Men, and John Carter of Mars" Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 6 (Fall 1999) 28-31 "Fan artist turned Fandom favorite artist, Dave chats about his mutant Marvel past"
Retrogaze: Weirdness on the Planet of the Apes Chris Knowles Comic Book Artist 6 (Fall 1999) 32-34 Chris Knowles looks at the wacky fun of Doug Moench's b-&-w monkey business
"Tom Sutton: "I Went Apesh*t!" Chris Knowles Comic Book Artist 6 (Fall 1999) 35 Chris Knowles' interview with the artist on his Planet of the Apes work
Frank Brunner Interview: Of Doctors and Ducks Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 6 (Fall 1999) 36-47 "The artist discusses his work on Dr. Strange, Howard the Duck, and days at the House of Ideas"
P. Craig Russel Interview: The Visual Poetry of PCR Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 6 (Fall 1999) 48-59 "A conversation with the artist, from Dan Adkins assistant to "Killraven""
Don McGregor Interview: McGregor's Page! Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 6 (Fall 1999) 60-75 Finally! The McGregor interview reveals his thoughts behind T'Challa and Killraven
Phantom Books Dept: The Prisoner that Never Was Tom Stewart Comic Book Artist 6 (Fall 1999) 76+77 Tom Stewart investigates the unpublished Marvel adaptation of McGoohan's cult TV show
None of Six- Inside The Prisoner Steve Englehart Comic Book Artist 6 (Fall 1999) 78 Steve Englehart remembers his part in Marvel's version that never came to be
Dean Motter on The Prisoner That Was Dean Motter Comic Book Artist 6 (Fall 1999) 79 The artist/designer shares his recollections of the DC adaptation that did see print
Secret Origins of the Direct Market Robert L. Beerbohm Comic Book Artist 6 (Fall 1999) 80 Part One of Bob Beerbohm's essay on the real background of the comic book biz
Closing Argument: Dan Raeburn's The Imp Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 6 (Fall 1999) 96 "The best discovery of Summer of Convention Hell, Dan's annual magazine"
Editorial Michael Eury Back Issue 6 (October 2004) 2 "Hear ye, young patriots! An appeal from your Uncle Euryman!"
PRO2PRO Interview: Len Wein and Bernie Wrightson Brian K. Morris Back Issue 6 (October 2004) 3-14 The creators of Swamp Thing discuss the monster's roots and the sequel that never was
The Greatest Stories Never Told: Man-Thing or Swamp Thing: Who The Muck Came First? Dan Johnson Back Issue 6 (October 2004) 15-18 Burying the debate once and for all
Bring On The Bad Guys: The Tomb of Dracula Tom Field Back Issue 6 (October 2004) 19-32 "An in-depth look at one of comics' most celebrates series, with rare Gene Colan art"
Beyond Capes: Marvel Comics' Godzilla Tom Stewart Back Issue 6 (October 2004) 33-37 Remember when the terror from Tokyo stomped into the Marvel Universe?
Rough Stuff: Horrors and Heroes David Hamilton Back Issue 6 (October 2004) 38-47 "Art by Ploog, Kaluta, Brunner, Potts, Paul Smith, Dave Ross, and Alcala, plus Wrightson and Colan"
PRO2PRO Interview: Steve Bissette and Rick Veitch Brian K. Morris Back Issue 6 (October 2004) 48-66 "Recalling Swamp Thing's 1980s renaissance, with rare Bissette art"
PRO2PRO Extra: An Evening With Alan Moore Brian K. Morris Back Issue 6 (October 2004) 67 Ever hear of DC Comics' Swamp Thing promotional video?
Off My Chest: ...And Off The Shelf! Roy Thomas Back Issue 6 (October 2004) 68-70 "The story behind the writer's unfinished Dracula adaptation, with art by Dick Giordano"
Beyond Capes: Charlton Comics' Horror Line Michael Ambrose Back Issue 6 (October 2004) 71-76 Comics' sleeping giant was more influential than you might realize
What The--?!: Superman of the People Adam McGovern Back Issue 6 (October 2004) 77-82 The unlikely stories of some very odd Presidential candidates
Back In Print: Alan Moore: Across the DC Universe Michael Eury Back Issue 6 (October 2004) 83-85 "Moore's mainstream DC work is collected; plus looks at Hellboy: Weird Tales, Morbid, and Aurora model kit "fantasy" boxes"
Back Talk Back Issue 6 (October 2004) 86-88 Reader feedback on issue #4
"The Community of Comic Book Artists, Writers, and Editors" Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 7 (March 2000) 1 "Alex Toth on the life of Pat Boyette, The Julie Schwartz Report, The Art of Nick Cardy"
Editor's Rant: The Stories of Their Lives Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 7 (March 2000) 4 "Heroic Herb Trimpe reinvents himself, forthcoming TwoMorrow's Streetwise Anthology, Gil Kane"
Comics Commentary: Arnold Drake on Giving the Finger (Award) Arnold Drake Comic Book Artist 7 (March 2000) 5 Deadman's Daddy discusses the need for an organization to help down-and-out comics creators
Small Press Spotlight: Mesmerizing Actus Tragicus Charles Hatfield Comic Book Artist 7 (March 2000) 6 Charles Hatfield checks out the comic book of the innovative Israeli collective
Alex Toth: Before I Forget Alex Toth Comic Book Artist 7 (March 2000) 7+ 8 On Lou Fine and The Golden Age of Comics Advertising by the master of b-&-w comic art
Marginalia: The Twinkie Age of Comics David A. Roach Comic Book Artist 7 (March 2000) 9 David A. Roach examines the Hostess Comics Group
McGovern's Funny Pages: On Miller's 300 and Moore's Promethea Adam McGovern Comic Book Artist 7 (March 2000) 10 Adam McGovern gives insights of the latest from Moore and Miller
CBA Communiques Comic Book Artist 7 (March 2000) 11 thru 15 "On Beerbohm's "wonky" article, letters from Thomas, Englehart, McGregor, and Craig Thompson"
Pinchera's Pix: The Remoter Rick Pinchera Comic Book Artist 7 (March 2000) 12 "Rick's wordless, single panel gag"
In Memoriam: Mark Hanerfeld Interview Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 7 (March 2000) 17-20 The late DC assistant editor discussed his victories during his '70s tenure in a 1998 interview
Fred Hembeck's Dateline: @!!?* Fred Hembeck Comic Book Artist 7 (March 2000) 21 "Before his daring dance with Lady Death, Thanos explains his '70s rise to omnipotence"
Martial Artwork: Everybody Was Kung Fu Watchin' Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 7 (March 2000) 22-23 "Roy Thomas, Jim Starlin, and Steve Englehart on the Origin of Shang-Chi, Kung Fu Master!"
Paul Gulacy Interview: Master of Comic Art Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 7 (March 2000) 24-33 "The raconteur artist talks on his days with Dan Adkins, Doug Moench, and Marvel Comics"
Doug Moench Interview: Moench's Memories Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 7 (March 2000) 34-49 Chicago son and '70s Marvel's prolific writer chats up his stay at the House of Ideas
Dan Adkins Interview: Strange Tales Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 7 (March 2000) 50-57 Stories from The World of Wally Wood and inside the House of Ideas
Jim Mooney Interview: Mooney Over Marvel Chris Knowles Comic Book Artist 7 (March 2000) 58-63 Being a lifelong buddy of Stan Lee and working in the Marvel Bullpen
Clash of the Titans: The Don McGregor/ Marie Severin Feud Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 7 (March 2000) 64-65 The Bullpen Battles between Don and Marie
Steve Gerber Interview: Crazy Days at Marvel Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 7 (March 2000) 66-79 "From anthropomorphic ducks to Omega the Unknown, the writer on his days at Marvel"
"Rich Buckler Interview: Deathlok, T'Challa and Other Marvel Memories" Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 7 (March 2000) 80-91 The chameleon artists remembers the Bullpen days on Madison Avenue
John Byrne Interview: The Early Marvel Years Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 7 (March 2000) 92-95 Interview with the superstar about his first days working Marvel style
Steve Mitchell Interview: The Blue-Jean Generation Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 7 (March 2000) 96-101 A bittersweet talk with onetime Crusty Bunker about almost making it into Marvel
Denis Kitchen Interview: Marvel's Comix Book Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 7 (March 2000) 102-111 "Stan's short, strange trip into underground publishing with the cartoonist and KSP founder"
Road to Independence: The Great Marvel Exodus Chris Knowles Comic Book Artist 7 (March 2000) 112-115 Why did so many prominent creators leave Marvel in the late '70s?
Secret Origins of the Direct Market: Part Two Bob Beerbohm Comic Book Artist 7 (March 2000) 116-125 The advent of Phil Seuling and the underground Comix distribution network
Editorial Michael Eury Back Issue 7 (December 2004) 2 A salute to B&B and Teen Titans writer Bob Haney
Flashback: The Brave And The Bold Michael Eury Back Issue 7 (December 2004) 3-20 The history of DC's much-more-than-just-a-team-up title
"Flashback Bonus: The Brave, The Bold, And The Bob" Mike W. Barr Back Issue 7 (December 2004) 21-22 "Bob Haney, through the eyes of Mike W. Barr"
PRO2PRO Minue 1: Jim Aparo Interview Brian K. Morris Back Issue 7 (December 2004) 23-27 The Bat-artist supreme looks back on his Brave and Bold days
The Ultimate Team-Up Guide Michael Eury Back Issue 7 (December 2004) 28-31 "A checklist of B&B, Marvel Team-Up, and other team-up titles"
Rough Stuff: Super Teams David Hamilton Back Issue 7 (December 2004) 32-43 "Pencil art by Brigman, Byrne, Cockrum, Gammill, Heck, Infantino, Leonardi, Newton, Robbins, Ross, Swan, and Toth"
The Greatest Stories Never Told: Teen Titans Swingin' Elseworlds (And The Super-Sons) Michael Eury Back Issue 7 (December 2004) 44-46 "Jay Stephens talks Titans and Bob Haney, daddio! With unpublished art"
PRO2PRO Roundtable: Fantastic Four Peter Sanderson Back Issue 7 (December 2004) 47-61 "The World's Greatest Comic Magazine, as seen by 21 top creators"
PRO2PRO Interview: Mark Evanier and Will Meugniot Dan Johnson Back Issue 7 (December 2004) 62-73 "The writer and artist recall DNAgents, with tons of juicy Meugniot artwork"
Off My Chest: Joe Reader's Logic Dennis O'Neil Back Issue 7 (December 2004) 74-75 A guest editorial on the perils of writing super teams
Backstage Pass: Metropolis Lives! Brian K. Morris Back Issue 7 (December 2004) 76-79 "BACK ISSUE's guided tour of the "home" of Superman"
Greatest Stories Never Told Stocking Stuffer Back Issue 7 (December 2004) 80 "Marvel's Santa Claus, plus Christmas comics of the '70s and '80s"
"DVD Back Issues, Part Two" Andy Mangels Back Issue 7 (December 2004) 81-85 Our checklist of comics-to-film-to-DVD titles continues
Back Talk Back Issue 7 (December 2004) 88-89 Reader feedback on issue #5
"The Community of Comic Book Artists, Writers, and Editors" Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 8 (May 2000) 1 "Eisner Award Mania, The Underground Comix Family Album, a nasty price increase"
"Editor's Rant: Never Enough Space, Never Enough Time" Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 8 (May 2000) 4 On the discipline of being a magazine editor and on missing George Roussos
Comics Commentary: Neal Adams on Why He Wants His Art Back Neal Adams Comic Book Artist 8 (May 2000) "5, 6" The artist states his case on why he wants all of his original pages returned to him
Alex Toth: Before I Forget Alex Toth Comic Book Artist 8 (May 2000) 7+ 8 The comics industry is sinking fast and the artist has suggestion son how to save it
Marginalia: The Genius of Alberto Breccia David A. Roach Comic Book Artist 8 (May 2000) 9 + 10 Heard of the Argentinean artist? David A. Roach introduces you to the late comics master
CBA Communiques Comic Book Artist 8 (May 2000) 11 "Praising Kane, William Stout on Comix Book, Richard Kyle corrects some errors, Gerber in drag"
Fred Hembeck's Dateline: @!!?* Fred Hembeck Comic Book Artist 8 (May 2000) 15 Forget Skateman! Fred's dug up some doozey characters from those '80s days of independents
Steve Rude Interview: Rude's Awakening Chris Knowles Comic Book Artist 8 (May 2000) 16-26 ""The Dude" on Nexus, working for Marvel, and the importance of art over commerce"
Mike Baron Interview: Baron of the Comics Chris Knowles Comic Book Artist 8 (May 2000) 27-29 "The writer discusses Nexus, Badger, Punisher, and Life with the Dude"
Michael T. Gilbert Interview: Mr. Monster's Maker Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 8 (May 2000) 30-47 The independent career of Doc's Poppa and his long trip as a comic book artist
Dept. of Anal Retention: The Coolest Mr. Monster Checklist Ever! Marc C. Cawiezal Comic Book Artist 8 (May 2000) 48-49 Ed gets indulgent with a monstrously thorough list
Ken Bruzenak Interview: Superstar! Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 8 (May 2000) 50-61 "Ken talks Steranko, Chaykin and Gilbert"
Howard Chaykin Interview: The Chaykin Factor Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 8 (May 2000) 62-69 "The artist/writer talks up American Flagg!, Black Kiss, The Shadow, and other '80s memories"
"Don Simpson Interview: Strange, Terrible Saga" Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 8 (May 2000) 70-89 Megaton Man's creator on the independent experience and '90s comics
Scott McCloud Interview: Zot! Inspection Chris Knowles Comic Book Artist 8 (May 2000) 90-97 Think McCloud just writes definitive textbooks on sequential art? Well think Zot!
Mike Grell Interview: Freelance Artist Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 8 (May 2000) 98-107 "The artist/writer talks about his DC days, Starslayer, and his creation, Jon Sable, Freelance"
Flashback: African-American Heroes Michael Eury Back Issue 8 (February 2005) 2-13 "A history of blacks in super-hero comics, plus "New in Print" looks at The Superhero Book and Black Images in the Comics"
Interview: Marv Wolfman Michael Eury Back Issue 8 (February 2005) 14-16 A chat with the creator of Blade and Cyborg
Off My Chest: Black Marvels Jerry Boyd Back Issue 8 (February 2005) 17-21 Relive the 1970s House of Ideas with guest commentator Jerry Boyd
Rough Stuff: 30 Years of the New X-Men David Hamilton Back Issue 8 (February 2005) 22-31 "X-Men pencil and unpublished art by Adams (Neal and Art), McLeod, Sienkiewicz, Mazzucchelli, Stroman, Hughes, Davis, Lee, and Kane"
PRO2PRO: Denny O'Neil and Phil Lamarr Dan Johnson Back Issue 8 (February 2005) 32-38 The original writer and the TV voice of John Stewart discuss Green Lantern
PRO2PRO Plus: Neal Adams Dan Johnson Back Issue 8 (February 2005) 39-42 John StewartGL's co-creator fills us in on . . . Lincoln Washington?
Backstage Pass: Blackstage Past Darrell McNeil Back Issue 8 (February 2005) 43-47 Animator Darrell McNeil on the black super-heroes of TV toons
Off My Chest: Out Of Fairness Tony Isabella Back Issue 8 (February 2005) 48-51 Black Lightning's creator in a guest editorial
Interview: Trevor Von Eeden Brian K. Morris Back Issue 8 (February 2005) 52-60 The original Black Lightning artist offers his perspective - and rare art!
Flashback: The Perfect Storm Peter Sanderson Back Issue 8 (February 2005) 61-76 "From 1975's Giant-Size X-Men #1 to today, an in-depth look at the X-Men's Ororo"
Interview: Dwayne McDuffie Brian K. Morris Back Issue 8 (February 2005) 77-85 "One of comics' and animation's top writers, on characters of all colors"
Back Talk Back Issue 8 (February 2005) 88-89 Reader feedback on issue #6
"The Community of Comic Book Artists, Writers, and Editors" Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 9 (August 2000) 1 "Ed says he's sorry, Jim Kochalka's Monkey vs. Robot, the passing of Fred Himes"
Editor's Rant: Nice Guys Can Finish First Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 9 (August 2000) "4,5" "The Giordano and Nick Cuti influence on making comics better, the saga of S.A.G."
CBA Communiques Comic Book Artist 9 (August 2000) 6 thru 9 "Kyle on CBA's abuse of Steranko, Groth on Don Simpson and Buckler, Bruzenak on Steranko's History V.3"
Comics Commentary: The Question of Steve Ditko Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 9 (August 2000) 10 Why there's so little Ditko in these pages- out of our respect for the artist- and his meaningful work
Fred Hembeck's Dateline: @!!?* Fred Hembeck Comic Book Artist 9 (August 2000) 11 Fred has dug up an array of character portraits from Charlton's Action Hero Line
Charles Santangelo Interview: The Half-Dollar Man Christopher Irving Comic Book Artist 9 (August 2000) 12+13 Charlton Co-Founder John Santangelo's eldest son talks about his father and the company's roots
History Lesson: The Charlton Empire Christopher Irving & Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 9 (August 2000) 14-21 "Ed and Christopher Irving find the history behind the Derby, Connecticut comics publisher"
Joe Gill Interview: Mr. Prolific Christopher Irving Comic Book Artist 9 (August 2000) 22-24 Christopher Irving chats with Charlton's perennial staff writer
Charlton's Action Hero Line: A Piece of the Action Christopher Irving Comic Book Artist 9 (August 2000) 25-29 "What is the "Action Hero Line" anyway? "
Dick Giordano Interview: The Action Hero Man Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 9 (August 2000) 30-51 "A long conversation with Mr. "Thank You and Good Afternoon" on his legendary Charlton editorship"
"Steve Skeates Interview: "Warren Savin" Speaks" Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 9 (August 2000) 52 "From the Many Ghosts of Dr. Graves to Thane of Bargarth, Steve talks about his Charlton days"
"Dennis O'Neil Interview: Sergius O'Shaugnessy, Scribe" Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 9 (August 2000) 53 "The writer of "Children of Doom" and "Wander" about working for Dick in Derby, Conn."
Alter Ego Extra! Make Mine Charlton!: Roy Thomas on Son of Vulcan Roy Thomas Comic Book Artist 9 (August 2000) 54-59 Our fellow editor tells us about his brief career writing for the Derby publisher
"Pete Morisi Interview: PAM, Man of Thunderbolt!" Glen D. Johnson Comic Book Artist 9 (August 2000) 60-69 The creator of Peter Cannon- Thunderbolt talks about his 50+ years in comics
Jim Aparo Interview: The Aparo Approach Jim Amash Comic Book Artist 9 (August 2000) 70-77 "The artist of Nightshade, Wander, Tiffany Sinn, and Bikini Luv on his start at Charlton"
Pat Boyette Interview: The Brilliance of Boyette Don Mangus Comic Book Artist 9 (August 2000) 78-83 "Don Mangus in a 1997 interview talks to the artist of Peacemaker and "The Children of Doom""
Frank McLaughlin Interview: The McLaughlin Report Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 9 (August 2000) 84-89 The artist/writer/creator of Judomaster on his days at Charlton and in Connecticut's comics art community
Sam Glanzman Interview: Glanzman's Derby Days Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 9 (August 2000) 90-95 "Sam tries to recall his Charlton work, from Hercules to "The Lonely War of wily Schultz""
Will Franz Interview: The Lonely War of Willy Franz Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 9 (August 2000) 96-103 "War writer Will Franz on "Willy Schultz," "The Iron Corporal," and his departure from comics"
Alan Moore Interview: The Charlton/Watchmen Connection Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 9 (August 2000) 104-109 ABC writer/mogul tells who he was watching when planning Watchmen: The Charllton Action Heroes
Deep Background: Project Blockbuster Robert Greenberger Comic Book Artist 9 (August 2000) 110 Insider Robert Greenberger gives us the scoop behind DC's planned (and aborted) All-Charlton Weekly
Beyond Capes: How to Do Star Wars the Marvel Way Glenn Greenberg Back Issue 9 (April 2005) 2-15 How the House of Ideas became the House of the Force
PRO2PRO: Jim Starlin and Mike Mignola on Cosmic Odyssey Dan Johnson Back Issue 9 (April 2005) 16-23 Revisit DC's overlooked opus - with the previously unpublished cover to #1 by Starlin
Off My Chest: Comic Books are Here to Stay! Mike Gold Back Issue 9 (April 2005) 24-25 A guest editorial covering the founding of First Comics and the state of the comics biz
Flashback: GrimJack: Past and Future Brian K. Morris Back Issue 9 (April 2005) 26-35 "A history of John Ostrander and Tim Truman's mercenary, with tons of Truman art"
Rough Stuff: Gil Kane Sketch Art David Hamilton Back Issue 9 (April 2005) 36-45 "From the Atom to Warlock, Gil in glorious graphite"
Greatest Stories Never Told: Crisis of the Soul Michael Eury Back Issue 9 (April 2005) 46-50 Jerry Ordway and others reveal the secrets of the crossover you didn't see
Beyond Capes: Time Warp Chris Khalaf Back Issue 9 (April 2005) 51-54 Remember DC Comics' short-lived sci-fi series?
PRO2PRO: Mike Baron and Steve Rude Brian K. Morris Back Issue 9 (April 2005) 55-72 "The creators of Nexus discuss the character with their former editor, Anina Bennett"
Bring on the Bad Guys: Thanos Peter Sanderson Back Issue 9 (April 2005) 73-80 "The history of Marvel's malevolent demigod, with commentary and rare art by Jim Starlin"
Special Feature: DVD Back Issues Part 3 Andy Mangels Back Issue 9 (April 2005) 81-83 Concluding our checklist of comics-inspired DVDs
Back in Print Michael Eury Back Issue 9 (April 2005) 84-85 "A review of the JLA/JSA TPB Crisis on Multiple Earths Vol. 3, plus a New in Print look at the Slings and Arrows Comic Guide"
Back Talk Back Issue 9 (April 2005) 88-89 Reader feedback on issue #7
Guest Editorial: Why a Women's Issue of CBA? Trina Robbins Comic Book Artist 10 (October 2000) 3 Guest Editor and comics legend Trina Robbins explains
Unabashed Plug Discussion: Words of the Streetwise Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 10 (October 2000) 4 thru 6 "Sergio Aragones, Nick Cardy, Evan Dorkin, Scott Shawl, Walter Simonson on their Streetwise stories"
"Marginalia: Gossamer White, Filled with Fright" David A. Roach Comic Book Artist 10 (October 2000) 7 David A. Roach examines those odd early '70s artifacts: The rise and fall of Gothic Romance comics
Trina Robbins Interview: Woman of Wonder Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 10 (October 2000) 8 thru 19 Our regular editor talks to our guest editor about her life in comics
CBA Roundtable: The Great Women Cartoonists' Slumber Party of 1999 Trina Robbins Comic Book Artist 10 (October 2000) 20-41 "Trina, Marie Severin and Ramona Radon talk shop about their days in the comics biz"
Marie Severin Interview: Mary Fleener Talks to Severin Mary Fleener Comic Book Artist 10 (October 2000) 42-49 The noted alternative artist chats with the renowned Marvel cartoonist and EC colorist
CBA Interview: What Does a White Dyke Write Like? Anne Thalheimer Comic Book Artist 10 (October 2000) 50-53 "Borderlands and borders in Roberta Gregory's "Bitchy Bitch" and Alison Bechdel's "Dykes To Watch Out For""
"Hilda Terry Interview: "You Don't Die!" Trina Robbins Comic Book Artist 10 (October 2000) 54-59 ""Teena's" creator talks to Trina Robbins about her comic strip career and past lives"
"From the Vault: Tarpe Mills, Miss Fury and Albino Jo" Trina Robbins Comic Book Artist 10 (October 2000) 60-63 "Trina on the life and work of the artist with an exclusive peek at the unpublished "Miss Fury" graphic novel"
Catwoman vs. Hothead Paisan- Heroes in a Man's World? Olga Abella Comic Book Artist 10 (October 2000) 64-66 Olga Abella examines two current female comic characters and how they reflect our world
CBA Communiques: Charlton Clarifications CBA Comic Book Artist 10 (October 2000) 3-B "Jon B. Cooke, Joe Gill, Ed Konick and others make clarifications and corrections on Charlton comics issue"
CBA Commentary: Alex Toth- 'Before I Forget' Alex Toth Comic Book Artist 10 (October 2000) 4-B - 5-B The master of sequential storytelling discusses panel layouts and keeping it simple
Walter Simonson Interview: Man of Two Gods Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 10 (October 2000) 6-B - 39-B "CBA chats with the artist/writer in a career-spanning interview, from "Manhunter" to "Thor" to "Orion""
John Workman Interview: John's Workmanship Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 10 (October 2000) 40-B - 44-B "Letterer, artist, art director, packager, commentator- is there anything he can't do?"
PRO2PRO: Denny O'Neil and M.W. Kaluta on The Shadow Dan Johnson Back Issue 10 (June 2005) 2-8 "Learn the genesis of DC's first "grim and gritty" series in this one-on-one chat"
Interview: Howard Chaykin Philip Schweier Back Issue 10 (June 2005) 9-15 With career-spanning insights and Chaykin art galore
Rough Stuff: Batman Pencil and Sketch Gallery David Hamilton Back Issue 10 (June 2005) 16-25 "The Dark Knight by N. Adams, Bingham, Bolland, Cockrum, Hannigan, Hitch, Mazzucchhelli, Nasser, Rude, Sienkiewicz, Simonson, P. Smith, and Von Eeden"
Beyond Capes: The Human Target Adam McGovern Back Issue 10 (June 2005) 28-33 "Len Wein and Dick Giordano recall comics' great imposter, Christopher Chance"
"Flashback: Jon Sable, Freelance" Tom Stewart Back Issue 10 (June 2005) 34-41 "Mike Grell discusses his children's author/mercenary, with gobs of great Grell art"
Backstage Pass: Sable Brian K. Morris Back Issue 10 (June 2005) 42-43 "Jon Sable's short-lived TV series featured Rene Russo and "Cheesecake""
Greatest Stories Never Told: The Black and White of DC Magazines Allan Harvey Back Issue 10 (June 2005) 44-49 "Why did DC bypass one of the biggest fads of the 1970s? We ask Neal Adams, Joe Kubert, Bob Rozakis, Roy Thomas, and Len Wein"
Bring on the Bad Guys: Ra's Al Ghul Peter Sanderson Back Issue 10 (June 2005) 50-65 "Neal Adams and Denny O'Neil analyze their megalomaniacal co-creation, with rare Adams artwork"
PRO2PRO: Roger Stern and Ron Frenz Al Nickerson Back Issue 10 (June 2005) 66-68 "Rediscover the fondly remembered "The Kid Who Collects Spider-Man" through the eyes of its writer and artist"
Beyond Capes: Doc Savage Mike W. Barr Back Issue 10 (June 2005) 69-78 "The Man of Bronze's golden comics journey, courtesy of one of his writers, Mike W. Barr"
Back in Print: Interview with Batman: Dark Detective's Steve Englehart Michael Eury Back Issue 10 (June 2005) 79-84 "An insider's look at the reunion of one of the greatest Batman teams, with preview art and commentary by Marshall Rogers, Terry Austin, and John Workman - plus a review of Batman Illustrated by Neal Adams, Vol. 1 and Vol. 2"
Back Talk Back Issue 10 (June 2005) 86-88 Reader feedback on issue #8
Editor's Rant: Alex Toth- Picture Perfect Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 11 (January 2001) 3 Ramblings on the subject of this issue and the truths revealed in this artist's work
CBA Review: In Wonder of that Woman Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 11 (January 2001) 4 "Cooke takes a gander at Les Daniels' latest, "The Complete History of Wonder Woman""
"Marginalia: Gossamer White, Filled with Fright" David A. Roach Comic Book Artist 11 (January 2001) 5 + 6 "In Part Two, David A. Roach concludes his look at the rise and fall of '70s Gothic Romance comics"
Fred Hembeck's Dateline: @!!?* Fred Hembeck Comic Book Artist 11 (January 2001) 7 Fred quizzes brilliant scientist Bruce Gordon on his dark side at Eclipso!
His Own Words: An Autobiographical Essay by Alex Toth Alex Toth Comic Book Artist 11 (January 2001) 8 thru 11 The master artist discusses his early years as a budding professional
CBA Interview: A Talk With Alex Toth CBA Comic Book Artist 11 (January 2001) 12 thru 17 CBA talks to the renowned artist on his influences and opinions in a recent interview
Vintage Interview: Too Much Ado About Alex Jim Amash Comic Book Artist 11 (January 2001) 18-29 "In a 1991 conversation, Jim Amash talks to Toth about his career and a life in comics"
Professional Courtesies: Paying Homage to the Master Comic Book Artist 11 (January 2001) 30-31 "Joe Kubert, Walter Simonson, Jim Lee, Brian Bolland, Dave Givens and others pay their respects"
"CBA Q&A: "...Smoke Across A Cloud"- The Toth Method" Paul Rivoche Comic Book Artist 11 (January 2001) 32-45 "Artist-to-artist, Paul Rivoche quizzes Alex Toth on the craft of continuity art"
Dept. of Anal Retention: Alex Toth- A comic Art Index Jim Vadeboncoeur Comic Book Artist 11 (January 2001) 46-53 Jim Vadeboncoeur shares his exhaustive checklist of the artist's work
"Appreciation- Alex Toth, 1973: Super Mentor" Paul Power Comic Book Artist 11 (January 2001) 54-55 Paul Power on learning from the legend
Totally Toth: Toth's Forgotten Maverick Work Jon B. Cooke, Alex Toth Comic Book Artist 11 (January 2001) 56-57 A look at an Alex Toth treasure: The artist's two-tone illustration from a 1959 TV adaptation children's book
Guest Editorial: Musings on Sheldon Mayer Bill Alger Comic Book Artist 11 (January 2001) 2-B Visiting helmsman Bill Alger on the development of this Sugar and Spike issue
CBA Communiques: More Charlton Clarifications Comic Book Artist 11 (January 2001) 3-B - 5-B Letters to Jon clarifying Charlton copyright ownerships and discussing CBA #10
CBA Commentary: Alex Toth- 'Before I Forget' Alex Toth Comic Book Artist 11 (January 2001) 6-B - 9B "Toth discusses the importance of Sheldon Mayer, Toth editor and mentor"
Cartoonist Chronology: Sheldon Mayer Timeline Mangus, Alger, et. al Comic Book Artist 11 (January 2001) 10-B - 11-B The year-by-year highlights of the great artist/writer/editor's career
"Before Sugar & Spike: Scribbly Jibblet, Boy Cartoonist" Rocco Nigro Comic Book Artist 11 (January 2001) 12-B - 13-B "Rocco Nigro examines Mayer's other masterpiece, his semi-autobiographical Scribbly"
Merrily Mayer Harris Interview: Sugar's Daddy Bill Alger Comic Book Artist 11 (January 2001) 14-B - 33-B Bill Alger talks to Mayer's daughter on his life and art
Lanney Mayer Interview: Shelly and Spike Bill Alger Comic Book Artist 11 (January 2001) 34-B - 45-B Candid and revealing talk with Mayer's son on his dad's complex nature
Cover Gallery: 99 Issues of Sugar and Spike Shelly Myer Comic Book Artist 11 (January 2001) 46-B - 49-B Repros of the 15-year run of Sugar & Spike courtesy of Beverly Martin and Jon Ingersoll
A Life With Sugar and Spike: ...And Everything Nice Beverly Martin Comic Book Artist 11 (January 2001) 50-B - 52-B Longtime S&S fan Beverly Martin gives a personal take on our loveable duo of tiny tots
PRO2PRO: Sergio Aragones and Mark Evanier on GROO Dan Johnson Back Issue 11 (August 2005) 2-11 "The MADmen chat about comics' dimmest barbarian, with rare art by Aragones"
PRO2PRO Bonus: The Wiz Dan Johnson Back Issue 11 (August 2005) 12-13 "DC's unpublished adaptation of the 1978 Michael Jackson movie, with Dan Spiegle art"
Rough Stuff: Gods and Warriors Pencil Art Gallery David Hamilton Back Issue 11 (August 2005) 14-25 "Glorious graphite by Boring, J. Buscema, Garcia-Lopez, Heck, Kirby, Moebius, Perez, Rude, M. Severin, Willingham, Wilshire, and Windsor-Smith"
Off My Chest: Superman vs. Spider-Man Daniel Best Back Issue 11 (August 2005) 26-32 "Journalist Daniel Best uncovers the original crossover's secret artist, interviewing a host of comics luminaries"
Greatest Stories Never Told: King Arthur Brian K. Morris Back Issue 11 (August 2005) 33-41 "Unpublished for three decades, Nestor Redondo's awe-inspiring artwork on the highly anticipated epic that never saw print"
Flashback: Brian Bolland's 1980s British Annuals Terry Jones Back Issue 11 (August 2005) 42-44 A look at rarely seen Bolland covers to U.K. publications
Beyond Capes: Conan the Long-Running Tom Stewart Back Issue 11 (August 2005) 45-64 "Behind the scenes of Marvel's Conan the Barbarian, with art and/or commentary by Barry Windsor-Smith, Roy Thomas, John Buscema, Gil Kane, Joe Jusko, Neal Adams, and Kurt Busiek"
Fantasy Art Gallery Michael Eury Back Issue 11 (August 2005) 66-73 "Spellbinding illos by Bill Sienkiewicz, Joe Kubert, Jeff Jones, Wendy Pini, Mike Ploog and Alex Nino, and other talents"
Interview: Arthur Suydam Dan Johnson Back Issue 11 (August 2005) 74-83 "Heavy Metal, Epic Illustrated, Cholly and Flytrap, and Mudwogs, then and now, with the award-winning artist"
Back Talk Back Issue 11 (August 2005) 86-88 Reader feedback on issue #9
"Editor's Rant: Nice Guys Can Finish First, Part Two" Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 12 (March 2001) 4 It's Nick Cuti's turn to take the bouquets as one of the Nicest Editor in Comics sweepstakes
In Memoriam: Dorothy Woolfolk Remembered Alan Kupperberg Comic Book Artist 12 (March 2001) 5 thru 7 Alan Kupperberg recalls that sweet DC romance editor who just passed away
CBA Communiques: Letters From Our Readers Comic Book Artist 12 (March 2001) 8 thru 10 "On the Alex Toth/Sheldon Mayer issue, the glory of Sam Glanzman, and corrections"
The Back Page: Lest We Forget Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 12 (March 2001) 112 "Recalling four creators who got away in this issue: Ditko, Himes, Howard & Kim"
Fred Hembeck's Dateline: @!!?* Fred Hembeck Comic Book Artist 12 (March 2001) 11 Fred looks at a spiffy '60s Giordano-era Dr. Graves tale by Steve Skeates and Jim Aparo
From the Archives: Charlton Comics- 1973 Jud Hurd Comic Book Artist 12 (March 2001) 12 thru 15 "Jud Hurd's Cartoonist Profiles article on the unique all-in-one operation at the Derby, Conn. plant"
CBA Commentary: Alex Toth- 'Before I Forget' Alex Toth Comic Book Artist 12 (March 2001) 16-17 The master comic book artist on his few but memorable contributions to Charlton in the '70s
George Wildman Interview: Wilman Times at Charlton Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 12 (March 2001) 18-25 Charlton's comic editor (and Popeye artist) talks about helming the line for over 15 years
Nicola Cuti Interview: Cuti of the Cosmos Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 12 (March 2001) 26-45 "Artist, writer, and assistant editor at Charlton on reinvigorating the Charlton comics line in the '70s"
Joe Staton Interview: Man of Energy! Rocco Nigro Comic Book Artist 12 (March 2001) 46-53 Rocco Nigro talks to our cover artist on his Charlton work- from Primus to E-Man to Space: 1999
John Byrne Interview: Byrne's Robotics Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 12 (March 2001) 54-55 "The superstar artist on his humble beginnings at Charlton, Wheelie and the Chopper Bunch, and Rog-2000"
"CBA Comics: E-Man & Nova in "Come and Grow Old With Me" Nicola Cuti, Joe Staton Comic Book Artist 12 (March 2001) 56-57 A new two-page strip by creators Nick Cuti and Joe Staton featuring our fav bolt of energy!
Marginalia: The Art of Don Newton David A. Roach Comic Book Artist 12 (March 2001) 58-61 "Our favorite Welsh comics historian, David A. Roach, on the late artist of Charlton's Phantom comic"
Tom Sutton Interview: Sutton's LoveCraftian Horror Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 12 (March 2001) 62-69 "Comics' quintessential horror artist on freedom and expression, however macabre, at Charlton comics"
Mike Zeck Interview: Zeck in the House Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 12 (March 2001) 70-77 "Before Secret Wars and Beastly nights, there was Mike's start at the Derby, Conn. Publisher"
Jack Keller Interview: Keller on Wheels Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 12 (March 2001) 78-83 The hot rod comic artist/writer from his Golden Age beginnings to his retirement in the '70s
"Pete Morisi Interview: PAM, Artist with a Vengeance" Glen D. Johnson Comic Book Artist 12 (March 2001) 84-85 Glen D. Johnson's second CBA interview with PAM on the artist's Charlton work in the' 70s
Warren Sattler Interview: Sattler in the Saddle Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 12 (March 2001) 86-91 The ubiquitous Yang and Billy the Kid artist on his '70s Charlton work and a long life in comics
Bob Layton Interview: The CPL/Gangsters in Derby Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 12 (March 2001) 92-97 The artist on his fan publishing experiences from Contemporary Pictorial Literature to Charlton Bullseye
Roger Stern Interview: ROG-2001- Sterno Speaks! Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 12 (March 2001) 98-100 "The future comics writer on robot maintenance, working with Byrne, and doing time at Derby"
Rich Larson Interview: Charlton's Cover Guy Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 12 (March 2001) 101 "A mini-chat with the "good girl" artist on his short tenure at Charlton"
Dan Reed Interview: An Offer They Couldn't Refuse Chris Irving Comic Book Artist 12 (March 2001) 102-103 Chris Irving chats with Dan on jumpstarting Charlton Bullseye and his brief foray at the all-in-one publisher
Closing the Books: Charlton's Twilight and Afterlife Chris Irving Comic Book Artist 12 (March 2001) 104-108 Chris Irving examines the Charlton copyright morass with sidebars by Bill Black and T.C. Ford
Flashback: The Makeover of Steel Brian K. Morris Back Issue 12 (October 2005) 2-10 "Behind the scenes of the new Superman of the '70s, with Denny O'Neil and friends - and Curt Swan art"
"Flashback Extra: Murphy Anderson" Remembering the "Swanderson" Team" Brian K. Morris Back Issue 12 (October 2005) 11-13 The talented artist discusses his collaborator and friend
Tony DeZuniga Interview: When Westerns Got Weird Michael Browning Back Issue 12 (October 2005) 14-19 "The artist draws a bead on Jonah Hex, with writer John Albano's never-before-published story breakdowns"
Greatest Stories Never Told: Jonah Hex Syndicated Strip Michael Eury Back Issue 12 (October 2005) 20-21 Michael Fleischer and Russ Heath's collaboration was gunned down by newspapers
Rough Stuff David Hamilton Back Issue 12 (October 2005) 22-31 "Batman: Year One, Daredevil, Elektra, Spidey, and more - in pencil - by Gibbons, Larsen, Mazzucchelli, Miller, Ordway, Paul Smith, Vess, and Weeks"
Steve Gerber: The Duck Stops Here Dan Johnson Back Issue 12 (October 2005) 32-36 Destroyer Duck flew high for creator ownership and free speech
Bring on the Bad Guys: The Calculator Zack Smith Back Issue 12 (October 2005) 37-43 "Bob Rozakis, Marshall Rogers, and Terry Austin on the roots of the Villains United rogue"
Off My Chest: Mike Friedrich on Star*Reach Mike Friedrich Back Issue 12 (October 2005) 44-45 A guest editorial exploring the beginnings of the innovative alternative publisher
PRO2PRO: Tom DeFalco and Ron Frenz Dan Johnson Back Issue 12 (October 2005) 46-54 The writer/artist team reveals the story behind Spider-Man's black costume
PRO2PRO Plus: Danny Fingeroth Interview Dan Johnson Back Issue 12 (October 2005) 55-56 Spider-Man's former editor on the web-slinger's '80s makeover
Greatest Stories Never Told: John Byrne's Shazam! Peter Sanderson Back Issue 12 (October 2005) 57-63 "Why lightning didn't strike for this Captain Marvel relaunch, with previously unpublished art"
Beyond Capes: Arch Heroes: Watchmen and the Birth of the Postmodern Super-Hero Adam McGovern Back Issue 12 (October 2005) 64-78 "A fascinating journey through a super-hero transformation, with Kurt Busiek, Gary Carlson, Michael Chabon, Dave Gibbons, and Bill Morrison, and rare Gibbons art"
Back in Print Michael Eury Back Issue 12 (October 2005) 80-82 "Wein & Wrightson and Wolfman & Colan are together again in Bart Simpson's Treehouse of Horror, plus Crossfire, Skywald Horror-Mood, and Charlton Spotlight"
Comics on DVD Andy Mangels Back Issue 12 (October 2005) 83 The latest DVD releases of interest to the '70s/'80s comics fan
Back Talk Back Issue 12 (October 2005) 84-88 Reader feedback on issue #10 - plus the Shadow by Alex Toth!
Editor's Rant: The Sinister Seventies Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 13 (May 2001) 4 The Revamping of the Comics Code and subsequent deluge of terror comics from Marvel
"Cochran's Corner: Return of the "Used To" Man" John R. Cochran Comic Book Artist 13 (May 2001) 5 "J.R. Cochran, newspaperman and lover of comics, debuts his CBA column by talking with Alan Kupperberg"
CBA Communiques: Letters From Our Readers Comic Book Artist 13 (May 2001) 6 thru 12 Scads of Toth commentary and corrections plus responses to our second Charlton issue
The Back Page: PrimeTime for the Brothers Cooke Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 13 (May 2001) 112 Cooke discusses his brother's 40th birthday and their shared dream
Fred Hembeck's Dateline: @!!?* Fred Hembeck Comic Book Artist 13 (May 2001) 13 "Fred makes amends with "The Man Who Live Twice," Brother Voodoo!"
Spotlight on Marvel: Shadows and the Darkness David A. Roach Comic Book Artist 13 (May 2001) 14-17 David A. Roach examines short-lived but memorable horror anthology books from the House of Ideas
Roy Thomas Interview: Son of Stan's Years of Horror Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 13 (May 2001) 18-29 Marvel's Editor-in-Chief on the Great Horror Revival at Marvel Comics during the '70s
Marv Wolfman Interview: Wolfman By Day Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 13 (May 2001) 30-47 The celebrated scribe of Tomb of Dracula on the title's longevity and finding his own voice
Gene Colan Interview: The Colan Mystique Tom Field Comic Book Artist 13 (May 2001) 48-54 Tom Field talks to the extraordinary artist on his experience working for Marvel in the' 70s
Tom Palmer Sidebar: Giving Form to Shadows Tom Palmer Comic Book Artist 13 (May 2001) 55-57 The premier Gene Colan inker on the joy of dilineating The Dean's miraculous pencils
Herb Trimpe Interview: The Incredible Herb Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 13 (May 2001) 58-68 A fun chat with the Hulk artist on the glory years of the Marvel bullpen and life in the '70s
Russ Heath Portfolio: Son of Satan #8 Russ Heath Comic Book Artist 13 (May 2001) 69-73 Have you ever seen the artist's unbelievable job on this obscure mid-'70s Marvel comic? In glorious b-&-w
Gary Friedrich Interview: Groovy Gary and the Marvel Years Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 13 (May 2001) 74-87 A frank and bittersweet talk with longtime Marvel scribe on his bullpen experiences
Don Perlin Interview: Perlin's Wisdom Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 13 (May 2001) 88-95 The Werewolf by Night artist on his comics career- stretching back to the late '40s and up to today
Tony Isabella Interview: Tony's Terror's (And Tigra Too!) Jon B. Knutson Comic Book Artist 13 (May 2001) 96-103 Jon B. Knutson quizzes the writer/editor on his first professional comics job and the Marvel horror line
Pablo Marcus Interview: Pablo's Amazing Journey Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 13 (May 2001) 104-108 "From his Peruvian upbringing to current work, the superb artist discusses his life and art."
Interview: Nick Cardy: Man and Super Man Brian K. Morris Back Issue 13 (December 2005) 2-12 DC's king of '70s covers relives his days in the House that Carmine built
Art Gallery: Nick Cardy's Cover Story Back Issue 13 (December 2005) 13-15 "From Aquaman to Withcing Hour, a dozen dazzling DC covers"
"Beyond Capes: The Terrible, Tragic (>Sob!<) Death of Romance (Comics)" John Lustig Back Issue 13 (December 2005) 16-23 Last Kiss' John Lustig examines why this once-popular genre went bust
Beyond Capes Bonus: Bullpen Romances: Marvel's '70s Love Comics Jerry Boyd Back Issue 13 (December 2005) 24-28 "Stan Lee, John Romita, Sr., and others take a look at love"
Flashback: Will Eisner's A Contract with God Dan Johnson Back Issue 13 (December 2005) 29-33 "Behind the scenes of the birth of the graphic novel, with Denis Kitchen and Diana Schutz"
PRO2PRO: Nick Cuti and Joe Staton Brian K. Morris Back Issue 13 (December 2005) 34-47 "The writer and artist revisit E-Man, Cosmic Hero for the '70s, with lots of Staton art"
Rough Stuff: The '70s Greatest Hits Michael Eury Back Issue 13 (December 2005) 48-58 "Pencil and sketch artwork by Adams, Buckler, Cockrum, Colan, Giordano, Kane, Kubert, Miller, Newton, Romita, Severin, Swan, and Weiss"
70s Flashback: Behind the Scenes at the Back Issue Bullpen Back Issue 13 (December 2005) 59 Funky photos of BI's superbad staff
Flashback: Marvel Fan Mail Dewey Cassell Back Issue 13 (December 2005) 60-63 David Anthony Kraft and Willie Lumpkin salute the Quite 'Nuff Sayers!
What the --?! Up Your Nose and Out Your Ear Daniel Best Back Issue 13 (December 2005) 64-69 The story behind Ross Andru and Mike Esposito's ill-fated humor magazine
Flashback: Aurora Comic Scenes Michael Eury Back Issue 13 (December 2005) 70-73 "Made-for-models super-hero art by Adams, Giordano, Kane, Romita, Swan, and Trimpe"
Beyond Capes: In the Kung-Fu Grip Tom Stewart Back Issue 13 (December 2005) 74-80 "From Master of Kung Fu to Karate Kid, a history of comics' high-kickin' fad"
Beyond Capes Sidebar: A Page of Kindness Ray Wong Back Issue 13 (December 2005) 81 A Paul-Gulacy-drawn Master of Kung Fu page has great meaning to one collector
Special Feature: Comics on DVD Andy Mangels Back Issue 13 (December 2005) 82 The latest DVD releases of interest to the '70s comic fan
Back Talk Back Issue 13 (December 2005) 86-89 Reader and creator feedback on issue #11
Editor's Rant: The Great Super-Hero Revival Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 14 (July 2001) 4 + 5 "In the midst of the '60s Marvel age and Batmania, Wallace wood makes an impact on American comics"
CBA Communiques: Letters From Our Readers Comic Book Artist 14 (July 2001) 6 + 7 "Wolfman on Stephen King, Kupperberg on Duffy Vohland, Barr on Charlton's "copyrights" and more"
CBA Commentary: Alex Toth- 'Before I Forget' Alex Toth Comic Book Artist 14 (July 2001) 8 thru 10 The master artist discusses the work of the underappreciated Ogden Whitney
Fred Hembeck's Dateline: @!!?* Fred Hembeck Comic Book Artist 14 (July 2001) 11 "Fred raves about Manny Stallman's Raven, T.H.U.N.D.E.R.'s most underrated agent"
Towering Achievement: The Rise and Fall of Tower Comics Chris Irving Comic Book Artist 14 (July 2001) 12 thru 17 New associate editor Chris Irving examines the impact of the memorable comics company
Wallace Wood Interview: Talking with Woody Shel Dorf Comic Book Artist 14 (July 2001) 18-21 A vintage 1982 interview with the artist legend by fan legend Shel Dorf
Hero Worship: T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents 101 Lou Mougin Comic Book Artist 14 (July 2001) 22-29 Lou Mougin gives us a tutorial on the history of Dynamo and his super-spy cohorts
Sam Schwartz Interview: Word From the Tower Angel Marcana, William Bracero Comic Book Artist 14 (July 2001) 30-31 A light but informative 1966 chat with the late editor/artist on T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents
Dan Adkins Interview: Dynamite Dan's Days of T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 14 (July 2001) 32-39 Wally wood's onetime assistant (and the real killer of Menthor!) talks about this days at Tower Comics
Len Brown Interview: Of Topps and Tower Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 14 (July 2001) 40-55 "On being name Dynamo's alter ego, working at Topps and hi stale of two Woodys"
Artist Showcase: Jerry Ordway's T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents Centerspread Jerry Ordway Comic Book Artist 14 (July 2001) 56-57 One of our favorite super-hero artists gives us a brand-new double-page pin-up of our fav agents
Bill Pearson Interview: The Old World Heroes Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 14 (July 2001) 58-63 The Wood friend and collaborator on his T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents work and life with Woody
CBA Essay: Ivie League Heroes Larry Ivie Comic Book Artist 14 (July 2001) 64-69 Larry Ivie discusses his contributions to T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents in this 1997 article
George Tuska Interview: The Tuska Touch Mike Gartland Comic Book Artist 14 (July 2001) 70-71 Mike Gartland talks with the legendary artist about his 1960s Tower contributions
Lightning Round: Up In the Tower Steve Skeates Comic Book Artist 14 (July 2001) 72-75 "Tower writer Steve Skeates on his wonky, wonderful script work for Wally Wood's T-Agents"
Russ Jones Interview: A Man Called Jones Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 14 (July 2001) 76-89 "The Monster Mania Man on his days with woody, Warren, and Tower Comics"
Hero Index: The Tower Comics Checklist CBA Comic Book Artist 14 (July 2001) 90-95 "With the help of Dan Adkins and others, a thorough listing of the line's adventure titles with creator credits"
Teenage Tower: Tippy Teen and Tower Too! Terry Austin Comic Book Artist 14 (July 2001) 96-99 Terry Austin examines the history of the most popular character at Tower comics
Endgame: T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Strikes Twice! Chris Irving Comic Book Artist 14 (July 2001) 100-105 The trials and tribulations of the 1980s revival of Wally wood's unforgettable super-hero line
Drawing Inspiration: Thunderstruck! Kochalka et. al Comic Book Artist 14 (July 2001) 106-107 "Jat Stephens, Dean Haspiel, Bill Wray, James Kochalka, and John Backderf render their T-Agent visions"
Closing Scenarion: Don't Look Back in Anger! Blake Bell Comic Book Artist 14 (July 2001) 108-111 Blake Bell presents a CBA first: fiction depicting an imaginary meeting between Steve Ditko and Wally Wood
Final Assessment: My Guilty Pleasure John Hitchcock Comic Book Artist 14 (July 2001) 112 "John Hitchcock on enjoying the work and friendship of Manny Stallman, glorious artist/writer of Raven"
PRO2PRO: Dave Cockrum and Mike Grell Brian K. Morris Back Issue 14 (February 2006) 2-17 Two of the Legion of Super-Heroes' most popular artists in their first interview together!
PRO2PRO Plus: The Parallel Worlds of the Imperial Guard and the Legion Ted Latner Back Issue 14 (February 2006) 18-19 A comparative look at Cockrum's LSH and Shi'ar Imperial Guard
Flashback: Unbound For Glory: The Epic Story of Hercules Unbound Jim Kingman Back Issue 14 (February 2006) 20-25 "With commentary and/or art by Conway, Michelinie, Garcia-Lopez, and Simonson"
Beyond Capes: Killraven: A Martian Iliad Gene Philips Back Issue 14 (February 2006) 26-33 "A critical analysis of Marvel's "War of the Worlds" series, with art by Adams & Russell"
Back In Print: Mark Wheatley and Marc Hempel Return to MARS Joseph McCabe Back Issue 14 (February 2006) 34-38 "The genesis of the acclaimed First Comics series, with rare artwork"
Beyond Capes: Marvel's Unknown Worlds of Science Fiction Zack Smith Back Issue 14 (February 2006) 39-44 "John Allison, Bruce Jones, Alan Steele, Tony Isabella, and Roy Thomas recall this ambitious series"
Rough Stuff: Bob McLeod and Friends Bob McLeod Back Issue 14 (February 2006) 46-61 "The artist/inker hosts a spotlight of the pencils of J. Buscema, Byrne, Jurgens, Keown, McFarlane, Miller, Romita, Jr., Sienkiewicz, Starlin, Zeck, and McLeod himself"
Flashback: Riding Into Comics' Future: Hex Dan Johnson Back Issue 14 (February 2006) 62-64 "The grim cowboy's time trek, with Mark Texeira and Keith Giffen interviews"
Flashback: War in Space: Goodwin and Williamson's Star Wars Strip Christopher Irving Back Issue 14 (February 2006) 65-69 The behind-the-scenes tale of one of comics' most celebrated collaborations
Way Beyond Capes: Kamandi: The Last Boy at DC! Tom Stewart Back Issue 14 (February 2006) 70-77 "From Kirby to Conway, a look at Kamandi, the Last Boy on Earth - with unpublished art"
Beyond Capes Bonus: Planned it for the Apes: Marvel's Ape-daptations Tom Stewart Back Issue 14 (February 2006) 78-79 "Remembering Marvel's Planet of the Apes, with Bob Larkin and Mike Ploog art"
Comics on DVD Andy Mangels Back Issue 14 (February 2006) 80 New releases of interest to the comic-book fan
Off My Chest: Alex Toth on Black-and-White Comics Alex Toth Back Issue 14 (February 2006) 81 The acclaimes artist weighs in on BI #10's article on 1970s' B&W mags
Back Talk Back Issue 14 (February 2006) 82-85 Reader feedback on issue #12
Editor's Rant: Where Do Comics Fit In Now? Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 15 (November 2001) 4 What can American comics do in the aftermath of the September 11th attacks?
Cochran's Corner: The Art of Stretch Comedy John Cochran Comic Book Artist 15 (November 2001) 5 A look at Art Spiegelman & Chip Kidd's new book Jack Cole and Plastic Man
CBA Communiques: Letters From Our Readers Comic Book Artist 15 (November 2001) 6 thru 10 "Alex Toth on 1941, Dave Cockrum on David Singer, and John Lustig gets the last word in on our First Kiss"
Fred Hembeck's Dateline: @!!?* Fred Hembeck Comic Book Artist 15 (November 2001) 11 Fred looks at 20 years of Gilbert and Jaime Hernandezes' Love and Rockets
Dave Stevens Interview: Of Hollywood and Heroes Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 15 (November 2001) 12 thru 33 "The Man Behind the Rocketeer on his life in the comics, the movies and the pin-ups"
Mario Hernandez Interview: A Love of Comics Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 15 (November 2001) 34-43 Big Brother goes first in our special Hernandez hermanos section
Gilbert Hernandez Interview: Down Palomar Way Chris Knowles Comic Book Artist 15 (November 2001) 44-55 "Chris Knowles chats with Beto on Heartbreak Soup, Palomar, and a post-punk sensibility"
Jaime Hernandez Interview: The Mechanic of Love Chris Knowles Comic Book Artist 15 (November 2001) 56-65 Xaime gets the CBA treatment complete with in-depth interview by Chris Knowles and tons of rare art
Matt Wagner Interview: The Artist Defined Chris Knowles Comic Book Artist 15 (November 2001) 66-75 The creator of Mage and Grendel talks to Chris Knowles about a life of independence
Dean Motter Interview: Mister X-Man Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 15 (November 2001) 76-89 "The writer/artist/designer on the man behind the City of Dreams, the City of Nightmares"
Paul Rivoche Interview: The Mister X-Files Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 15 (November 2001) 90-99 The renowned designer discusses his involvement in the creation of '80s icon Mister X
Sandy Plunkett Interview: The Best Artist You Never Heard Of Tim Barnes Comic Book Artist 15 (November 2001) 100-108 Tim Barnes answers the question of who is Sandy Plunkett and how does he do such superb artwork?
Flashback: The Dead Zone: A Deadman History/Garcia-Lopex Interview Bruce MacIntosh Back Issue 15 (April 2006) 2-15 "Explore the "life" of Boston Brand with Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez"
"Interview: Matt Wagner: The Man, the Myth, and the Demon!" Al Nickerson Back Issue 15 (April 2006) 16-20 The Grendel creator recalls his 1980s tour of duty in Kirby's kingdom
Flashback: Follow Him . . . For He is the Phantom Stranger Tom Stewart Back Issue 15 (April 2006) 21-30 "Len Wein reminisces about DC's mysterious man with a medallion, with art by Adams, Aparo, Dominguez, Mignola, and Schaffenberger"
Beyond Capes: I Was a Marvel Comics Werewolf Dan Johnson Back Issue 15 (April 2006) 31-39 "Werewolf by Night, through the eyes of series contributors Conway, Moench, Perlin, Ploog, and Thomas"
Rough Stuff: Gene Colan Gene Colan Back Issue 15 (April 2006) 40-51 "One of comics' masters hosts a gallery of his pencil art, including Batman, Captain America, Jemm, Night Force, and Wonder Woman"
Flashback: Joe Kubert and the Ragman Jennifer Contino Back Issue 15 (April 2006) 52-56 "The Tattered Tatterdemalion's first foray into comics, with Kubert and Redondo art"
Beyond Capes: Maybe I'm 'Mazed!: 'Mazing Man Brian K. Morris Back Issue 15 (April 2006) 57-63 Co-creators Bob Rozakis and Stephen DeStefano and their likeable li'l do-gooder
Greatest Stories Never Told: The Lost 'Mazing Man Story Bob Rozakis Back Issue 15 (April 2006) 64-66 Bob Rozakis gives us a peek at the 'Maze story you didn't see
Interview: Mike Ploog: On the Highway to Hell (Marvel Style) Dan Johnson Back Issue 15 (April 2006) 67-70 "Ghost Rider may be racing toward movie stardom, but artist Ploog remembers the Satanic Cyclist's roots"
Interview: Don Perlin: Revving Up with Ghost Rider Dan Johnson Back Issue 15 (April 2006) 71-73 Perlin's recollections of his ride with Marvel's baddest biker
Ghost Rider Art Gallery Back Issue 15 (April 2006) 74-75 "Blazing art by Budiansky, Kane, Romita, Sr., Simons, and Starlin"
Greatest Stories Never Told: Grodd of Gorilla City Jim Kingman Back Issue 15 (April 2006) 76-80 Super-gorilla Grodd almost got his own comic in '77 - and we've got the scoop (and unpublished art)!
Comics on DVD Andy Mangels Back Issue 15 (April 2006) 81 New releases of interest to the comic-book fan
Back in Print: The Astral Avenger and the Ape-Man Michael Eury Back Issue 15 (April 2006) 82-83 Reviews of Wrath of the Spectre and Tarzan: The Joe Kubert Years
Back Talk Back Issue 15 (April 2006) 84-85 Reader feedback on issue #13
Editor's Rant: My Monuments to Mediocrity Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 16 (December 2001) 4 On the mission of CBA and the study of perhaps less-than-stellar funnybooks
Cochran's Corner: Checkin' In With Michael T. John Cochran Comic Book Artist 16 (December 2001) 5 "Columnist John Cochran chats with Mr. Monster's maker, Michael T. Gilbert"
CBA Commentary: Alex Toth- 'Before I Forget' Alex Toth Comic Book Artist 16 (December 2001) 6 thru 12 The master artist discusses his work for the shortlived comic book publisher Atlas/Seaboard
Fred Hembeck's Dateline: @!!?* Fred Hembeck Comic Book Artist 16 (December 2001) 13 "In the year 2001, Fred examines the man-plant borne of pod, the "hero" that was…Morlock!"
"Goodman's Second Act: Vengeance, Incorporated" Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 16 (December 2001) 14-19 A short history of Atlas Comics/Seaboard Periodicals; was it a publishing house built as an act of revenge?
Object of Revenge: Making Theirs Marvel Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 16 (December 2001) 20-23 "Roy Thomas on the attitude of the original "House of Ideas" on the gambit of Martin Goodman"
Jeff Rovin Interview: The Rise and Fall of Rovin's Empire Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 16 (December 2001) 24-43 The former Atlas/Seaboard Editor-in-Chief on his tumultuous tenure at the comics company
Ernie ColĂłn Interview: The Quintessential Cartoonist Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 16 (December 2001) 44-53 "From Richie Rich to his graphic novel masterworks, the artist dicscusses his long career in comics"
Steve Mitchell Interview: When Atlas Shrugged Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 16 (December 2001) 54-63 "Atlas/Seaboards' first production manager, Steve Mitchell, on the ups and downs of Goodman's Comics"
Larry Hama Interview: Year of the Wulf Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 16 (December 2001) 64-73 The artist/writer/editor on his first big break -Wulf the Barbarian- and on the value of friendship
Howard Chaykin Interview: Sting of the Scorpion Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 16 (December 2001) 74-77 One of our favorite raconteurs on his first great creation and the many incarnations of Moro Frost
Sal Amendola Interview: The Flight of Phoenix Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 16 (December 2001) 78-87 The bittersweet saga of the artist's experience in the House of Martin Goodman
Jim Craig Interview: In the House of Goodman Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 16 (December 2001) 88-91 The artist on his short but prolific Atlas/Seaboard days
Creator Roundtable: The Atlas/Seaboard Experience Comic Book Artist 16 (December 2001) 92-99 "Wrightson, Heath, Simonson, Milrom, Austin, Weiss, & Staton discuss their work at Atlas/Seaboard"
The Dark Avenger/Artists as Models: A Little Help From Their Friends CBA Comic Book Artist 16 (December 2001) 100-101 "A picture essay on Pat Broderick's "The Dark Avenger" and a Terry Austin-directed photo shoot"
Ric Meyers Interview: The Atlas Age of Comics Chris Irving Comic Book Artist 16 (December 2001) 102-107 The Atlas/Seaboard assistant editor remembers the promise and perhaps the truth behind the collapse
Alan Kupperberg Interview: In the New House of Ideas Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 16 (December 2001) 108-117 Working for editor-in-chief Larry Lieber as production manager in the twilight days of Atlas/Seaboard
"A Closer Look: One Brief, Shining Moment" Nicolas Caputo Comic Book Artist 16 (December 2001) 118-119 "Nicholas Caputo's essay on Ditko, Goodwin & Wood gem among the rough, The Destructor"
Comics Chronology: The Atlas/Seaboard Checklist David R. McLallen, Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 16 (December 2001) 120-127 "A complete listing of the entire Atlas Comics and Seaboard Periodical line-up, all 72 issues!"
Endgame: DAK on the Demise David Anthony Kraft Comic Book Artist 16 (December 2001) 128 Atlas/Seaboard's last assistant editor David Anthony Kraft on the final days of the Great Experiment
Interview: Arthur Adams Michael Eury Back Issue 16 (June 2006) 2-7 A bouncy dialogue about Adams' oddball 1980s' Gumby comics
Flashback: Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye Christopher Irving Back Issue 16 (June 2006) 8-14 The Robots in Disguise as Marvel Comics superstars
Beyond Capes: The Swivel-Arm Battle-Grip Revolution Christopher Irving Back Issue 16 (June 2006) 15-31 How G.I. Joe recruited a new generation of comic-book readers
Flashback: Kirby's Last Stand: Super Powers Tom Stewart Back Issue 16 (June 2006) 32-35 Jack Kirby's Kenner-style Justice League
Beyond Capes: He-Man and the Masters of the Universe Dewey Cassell Back Issue 16 (June 2006) 36-41 "Paul Levitz, Paul Kupperberg, and George Tuska revisit He-Man's DC days"
Back in Print: He-Man on DVD Michael Eury Back Issue 16 (June 2006) 42-43 Extras include exclusive art cards - with peeks at Alex Ross and Adam Hughes art
Rough Stuff: Mike Zeck Mike Zeck Back Issue 16 (June 2006) 44-55 "The artist hosts a gallery of his pencil art, including Spider-Man, G.I. Joe, and Punisher"
What the--?!: Looking to Buy a Used Car? Allan Harvey Back Issue 16 (June 2006) 56-57 Remember the Spider-Mobile and Supermobile? We do!
Off My Chest: Milton Knight Milton Knight Back Issue 16 (June 2006) 58-62 The Hugo cartoonist wonders why some folks can't laugh at humor comics
"PRO2PRO Interview: Sal Buscema and Jackson "Butch" Guice" Dan Johnson Back Issue 16 (June 2006) 64-72 The Rom and Micronauts artists discuss working in Marvel's toy box
Greatest Stories Never Told: Wonder Woman and the Star Riders Andy Mangels Back Issue 16 (June 2006) 74-81 "A behind-the-scenes look at the toy line that fizzled, with rare art by Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez, Mike Vosburg, and Boyd Kirkland"
Flashback: Captain Action: The 9-Lives-in-One Super-Hero Tom Stewart Back Issue 16 (June 2006) 82-83 Commemorating the 40th anniversary of the original super-hero action figure
Back Talk Back Issue 16 (June 2006) 84-85 Reader feedback on issue #14
Editor's Rant: A Question of Characters Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 17 (January 2002) 4 "A tirade about the dilution of comic book icons, DK2, and hope for the future"
Cochran's Corner: Then There Were Giants John Cochran Comic Book Artist 17 (January 2002) 5 "John Cochran gets the skinny from Greyshirt writer-artist, Rick "Comicon.com" Veitch"
CBA Communiques: The Toronto and French Connections Comic Book Artist 17 (January 2002) 6 thru 9 "Vortex compatriots Dean Motter and Ken Steacy clarify the X-factor, and other missives and missiles"
CBA Commentary: Larry Ivie on CBA #14 Larry Ivie Comic Book Artist 17 (January 2002) 10 thru 12 "The artist/writer responds to issues raised in our "Tower Comics: Years of Thunder" Issue"
Michelle's Meanderings: Why Captain Video Comics Didn't Fly! Michelle Nolan Comic Book Artist 17 (January 2002) 13-17 Our newest columnist looks back at the old George Evan's comic featuring one of TV's first sci-fi stars
CBA Commentary: Alex Toth- 'Before I Forget' Alex Toth Comic Book Artist 17 (January 2002) 18-20 The master artist discusses art at face value and how a simple approach is always best
Fred Hembeck's Dateline: @!!?* Fred Hembeck Comic Book Artist 17 (January 2002) 22 Fred looks at Marvel art of the late artist Johnny Craig
"Arthur Adams Interview: The Artist's Life, From Longshot to Jonni Future" Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 17 (January 2002) 22-43 "A discussion with the artist (and occasional writer) about his background, career and aspirations"
Hero Index: The Arthur Adams Comic Art Checklist Vilmer Volgelaar, Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 17 (January 2002) 44-47 "The "Unofficial Arthur Adams Website" proprietor, Vilmar Volgelaar, contributes a thorough listing"
"In Memoriam: "This Was a Man!" Chris Irving Comic Book Artist 17 (January 2002) 48-55 Christopher Irving takes a journey to find the humanity and artistry of the master known as Gray Morrow
Professional Courtesies: Farewell to the Master Alan Kupperberg, Mark Wheatley Comic Book Artist 17 (January 2002) 56-61 Testimonials and anecdotes about the artist from many of Gray Morrow's friends and acquaintances
Gray Morrow Interview: Sorceror Supreme Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 17 (January 2002) 62-63 A short conversation with the artist on his memorable tenure as artist/writer/editor at Red Circle Comics
Horror Index: Red Circle Comics Checklist Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 17 (January 2002) 64-65 A thorough look at the short yet beautiful comics imprint helmed by Gray Morrow
George Roussos Interview: 'Inky' Speaks Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 17 (January 2002) 66-81 "The late artist on his over half-century in the biz, from Golden Age Batman to modern-day Marvel"
George Evans Interview: Evans in the Heavens Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 17 (January 2002) 82-93 "A delightful career-spanning talk with the late, lamented comics artist and aviation buff"
CBA Tribute and Professional Courtesies: George Evans Remembered Michael T. Gilbert Comic Book Artist 17 (January 2002) 94-103 "Artist/writer Michael T. Gilbert and other friends on the life of the wonderful EC artist, George E."
Everett Raymond Kinstler Interview: The Artist's Panache Paul Wardle Comic Book Artist 17 (January 2002) 104-111 Paul Wardle interviews the great portrait painter on his origins in comic books and the lessons learned
Flashback: Supergirl: From Argo City to Legend Brian K. Morris Back Issue 17 (August 2006) 2-11 "The Maid of Might in her own series, with art from and/or commentary by Buzz, Giordano, Harris, Kupperberg, Oksner, Saaf, Sekowsky, Skeates, and Wolfman"
Art Gallery: Supergirl: Super-Fashion Plate Back Issue 17 (August 2006) 12-13 "The heroine in hot pants, by Hamner, Kirk, Moy, Parent, Rosema, Saviuk, and Stelfreeze"
PRO2PRO Roundtable: Super Women on Super Girls Jennifer Contino Back Issue 17 (August 2006) 15-19 Jennifer Contino asks 11 female comics pros about their favorite super-heroines
Rough Stuff: Pretty in Pencil Michael Eury Back Issue 17 (August 2006) 20-25 "Banks, Bogdanove, Byrne, Hughes, Leonardi, and Pollard sketch the fightin', fairer sex"
Interviews: Talking About Tigra: From Cat to Were-Woman Dewey Cassell Back Issue 17 (August 2006) 26-33 "Linda Fite, Ramona Fradon, Tony Isabella, and Marie Severin chat about the Cat"
"Beyond Capes: Diana Prince, Wonder Woman" Andy Mangels Back Issue 17 (August 2006) 35-43 "When the powerless Amazon went mod, with Samuel Delany, Dick Giordano, and Denny O'Neil"
Backstage Pass: Attack of the '70s Super Toon Chicks Darrell McNeil Back Issue 17 (August 2006) 44-48 "Darrell McNeil tracks Saturday morning's favorite females - with little-known facts and art by Steve Rude and the late, great Alex Toth"
Color Gallery: Bruce Timm's Super Girls Back Issue 17 (August 2006) 49-56 "A bevy of Bruce Timm-drawn beauties, in glorious color"
Flashback: Marvel's Dark Angel: Spider-Woman Dan Johnson Back Issue 17 (August 2006) 57-63 "Frank Cho, Carmine Infantino, Ann Nocenti, Roger Stern, and others weigh in on Marvel's web woman"
Interview: Marv Wolfman on Donna Troy Al Nickerson Back Issue 17 (August 2006) 64-66 "The superstar writer discusses his landmark Titans tale "Who is Donna Troy?""
Interview: Phil Jimenez on Donna Troy Andy Mangels Back Issue 17 (August 2006) 67-69 One of comics' most popular writer/artists reveals his love for the one-time Wonder Girl
Flashback: Twenty Years of Flare Dennis Mallonee Back Issue 17 (August 2006) 70-77 "A revealing retrospective by the heroine's publisher, Dennis Mallonee"
"Off My Chest: The Revival, Death, and . . . Return of Batwoman" Fred Grandinetti Back Issue 17 (August 2006) 78-81 A hard-hitting look at the tumultuous career of DC's original Dominoed Daredoll
Greatest Stories Never Told: DC Double Comics John Wells Back Issue 17 (August 2006) 82-87 "Go behind the scenes of the Supergirl/Superboy title you never saw, with previously unpublished art by Infantino and Eduardo Barreto"
Back in Print: Non-Comic Books for the Comic Art Collector Michael Eury Back Issue 17 (August 2006) 88-89 Collectors Press' new releases examine pin-up and pulp art
Back Talk Back Issue 17 (August 2006) 92-94 Reader feedback on issue #15
Editor's Rant: Crisis On Earth-Real Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 18 (Feb 2002) 4 Peter Kupper's World War 3 Illustrated and Joe Sacco's Palestine are lauded for dealing with reality
"In Memoriam: John Buscema, 1927-2002" Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 18 (Feb 2002) 5 Jon B. Cooke revisits a 1997 interview he conducted with the late artist
CBA Communiques: Atlas Rocks! Atlas Sucks! Comic Book Artist 18 (Feb 2002) 6 thru 8 The diverse opinions of our readers regarding Atlas/Seaboard
Marginalia: The Best Artist You Don't Know David A. Roach Comic Book Artist 18 (Feb 2002) 9 thru 12 Our esteemed Welsh friend looks at the all but forgotten work of master comic strip artist David Wright
Fred Hembeck's Dateline: @!!?* Fred Hembeck Comic Book Artist 18 (Feb 2002) 13 "Mar-Vell, Kree Warrior or Cosmic Dude? "
CBA Roundtable: The Cosmic Code Authority Speaks Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 18 (Feb 2002) 14-29 "A discussion with Jim Starlin, Alan Weiss and Allen Milgrom about those spaced-out Marvel comics"
Steve Englehart Interview: Marvel's Third Wave Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 18 (Feb 2002) 30-43 The writer on his start in the biz and the rise of a new consciousness at the 1970s House of Ideas
Steve Leialoha Interview: Leialoha's Cosmic Days Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 18 (Feb 2002) 44-53 "The renowned artist on his debut in the field, working on Warlock, and getting cosmic in San Francisco"
Frank Brunner Interview: Sorcery Supreme Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 18 (Feb 2002) 54-55 A short talk with the artist on his '70s collaboration with Steve Englehart on Dr. Strange
Lost & Found: The Lost Warlock # 16 Alan Weiss Comic Book Artist 18 (Feb 2002) 56-59 Selected panels from Alan Weiss's exquisite pencil work on the missing Adam Warlock inventory book
Michelle's Meanderings: The Marvelous Epoch Of Love Michelle Nolan Comic Book Artist 18 (Feb 2002) 4-B - 5-B Ms. Nolan checks out the Marvel romance comics that flourished when Fabulous Flo was young
Smiley & Co.: All In The Marvel Family Tim Townsend Comic Book Artist 18 (Feb 2002) 6-B - 7-B "Voices of the real MMMS in this transcript of Stan, Flo, and the Bullpen's "Voice of Marvel" recording"
Flo Steinberg Interview: Absolutely Fabulous Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 18 (Feb 2002) 8-B - 18-B Our favorite Florence on her half-decade tenure at the House of Ideas between 1963-68
CBA Roundtable: Going With The Flo Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 18 (Feb 2002) 19-B - 21-B "Flo, Herb Trimpe, Linda Fite, and Barry Windsor-Smith break bread and yak about Marvel's good old days"
Peer Approval: The Fab One's Marvel Days Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 18 (Feb 2002) 22-B - 45-B "Stan, Marie, John, Steve, Roy, Denny, Herb, Linda, Trina, Les, & Marie S. yak about Steinberg the Stunning!"
Back Talk Back Issue 18 (October 2006) 84-85 Reader feedback on issue #16
Back in Print: E-Man: Recharged Michael Eury Back Issue 18 (October 2006) 80-83 Cuti and Staton's energy man is back on the stnds…and we helped put him there!
Fashback: The Martian Manhunter Chronicles John Wells Back Issue 18 (October 2006) 73-79 Making sense of J'onn J'onzz's ever-changing history
What the --?! The Lost Adventures of the Green Team Tom Stewart Back Issue 18 (October 2006) 70-72 '"The Comics Savant' examines Joe Simon's boy millionaires"
Beyond Capes: Now Comics' Green Hornet Michael Browning Back Issue 18 (October 2006) 61-69 The story behind the popular and controversial rebirth of the classic crimefighter
PRO2PRO: Gerry Conway and John Romita Sr. Dan Johnson Back Issue 18 (October 2006) 56-60 Revisiting 'The Green Goblin's Last Stand,' and lamenting the death of Gwen Stacy
Rough Stuff: Dave Gibbons Pencil Art Dave Gibbons Back Issue 18 (October 2006) 46-55 From Albion to Watchmen, 'raw' work by a modern master
Interview: Mike Grell on Green Arrow Alex Boney Back Issue 18 (October 2006) 35-45 The writer/artist draws aim on DC's archer, with never-before published illos
Off My Chest: Guy Gardner: The One, True Green Lantern Al Nickerson Back Issue 18 (October 2006) 31-34 Al Nickerson (with help from friends) reveals why this GL's his number-one guy
Flashback: Lone Lantern Jim Kingman Back Issue 18 (October 2006) 25-30 The solo adventures of Hal Jordan after Green Lantern/ Green Arrow
Your Backstage Pass to Continuity Studios Philip Schweier Back Issue 18 (October 2006) 22-24 A photo tour that's the next best thing to being there
Backstage Pass: An Afternoon with Neal Adams Philip Schweier Back Issue 18 (October 2006) 13-21 An intimate portrait of the groundbreaking artist
Neal Adams Green Lantern/ Green Arrow Art Gallery Neal Adams Back Issue 18 (October 2006) 9-12 Four pages of ultra-rare Adams illustrations
Interview: Peter David on The Incredible Hulk Brian K. Morris Back Issue 18 (October 2006) 3-8 The celebrated 'writer of stuff' surveys his days in Bruce Banner-land
Editor's Rant: Marvelous Times Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 19 (June 2002) 5 + 6 "Jon notes that things sure are rockin' at the House of Ideas, but not all is perfect"
Naval Gazing: Lest Old Acquaintance Be Forgot Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 19 (June 2002) 7 Our first report on the initial results of the First Annual CBA Readers Survey and format changes
CBA Communiques: Steve Gerber and Roy Thomas Clarify Comic Book Artist 19 (June 2002) 8 thru 11 Gerber's not sick and Thomas is not sure we got all the facts straight in CBA # 18
CBA Tribute: Remembering Dan DeCarlo Terry Austin Comic Book Artist 19 (June 2002) 12 thru 16 Renowned artist Terry Austin recounts a friendship with the late Archie artist and shares Dan's anecdotes
Michelle's Meanderings: Harvey Wasn't All Humor Michelle Nolan Comic Book Artist 19 (June 2002) 84- 85 Ms. Nolan reveals those forgotten Harvey titles that were decidedly not for kiddies!
Fred Hembeck's Dateline: @!!?* Fred Hembeck Comic Book Artist 19 (June 2002) 17 Fred looks over perhaps the strangest super-hero comics of all time: The Harvey Thriller Line!
Harvey World History: A Family Affair- The Harvey Comics Story Mark Arnold Comic Book Artist 19 (June 2002) 18-39 Mark Arnold gives us a comprehensive retrospective of the fascinating World of Harvey Comics
Sid Jacobson Interview: Sid's Kids- The Harvey Years Bill Matheny Comic Book Artist 19 (June 2002) 40-55 Longtime Harvey editor-in-chief recounts a half-century of heartache and joy working at Harvey
Warren Kremer Interview: Cremé De La Kremer Bill Janocha Comic Book Artist 19 (June 2002) 56-67 The great childrens' comic book artist chats with Harvey alumnus Ken Selig about his masterful work
Sid Couchey Interview: Whole Lotta Little Lotta Shawn Hamilton Comic Book Artist 19 (June 2002) 68-73 Shawn Hamilton gets the skinny from the delightful Sid Couchey
Ernie ColĂłn Interview: The Importance of Being Ernie Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 19 (June 2002) 74-79 The versatile artist gives us a peek behind the scenes at the House of Richie Rich
Howard Post Interview: Howie's Hot Stuff Chris Knowles, Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 19 (June 2002) 80-83 "We chat with the country boy from the city about "The Little Devil Kid," and other Harvey hits"
Joe Simon Interview: Harvey Gets Simonized Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 19 (June 2002) 86-87 "The legend talks about this friends, fads and thrills at Harvey comics"
High Camp Harvey: Those Thrilling Harvey Heroes Lou Mougin Comic Book Artist 19 (June 2002) 88-97 Lou Mougin examines the outrageous and whacky line of adventure comics
Will Eisner Interview: Resurrecting the Spirit Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 19 (June 2002) 98-101 "The master of sequential art recounts his brief, though important, experience with Alfred Harvey's line"
Retroview: The Steranko Connection Jim Korkis Comic Book Artist 19 (June 2002) 102-103 The first professional comic book work of the premier artist is detailed by Jim Korkis
Hero Index: Harvey Thriller Checklist CBA Comic Book Artist 19 (June 2002) 104-105 An issue-by-issue look at Joe Simon's delightfully quirky Harvey comics line and its precursors
Back Talk Back Issue 19 (December 2006) 82-86 Reader feedback on issue #17
Greatest Stories Never Told: Ty Hardin's Brave and Bold Misses Andy Mangels Back Issue 19 (December 2006) 80-81 Was this bearded dead-ringer for Oliver Queen the inspiration for Green Arrow's makeover?
Greatest Stories Never Told: She-Hulk the Movie Andy Mangels Back Issue 19 (December 2006) 76-79 The scoop behind the Brigitte Nielsen flick you didn't see
Interview: Lights, Camera..Bob Wiacek?? Dewey Cassell Back Issue 19 (December 2006) 71-75 Was that the Brave and Bold/X-meninker we saw on the tube with rapper 50 cent?
Comics on DVD Andy Mangels Back Issue 19 (December 2006) 70 The Flash, Superboy, and more releases of interest to the retro comics fan
Flashback Bonus: Memories of Don Newton Jay Wilson Back Issue 19 (December 2006) 68-69 An intimate portrait from a personal friend
Flashback: Don Newton: 'He Showed Us How to Do It Right' Barry Keller Back Issue 19 (December 2006) 51-67 An in-depth, art-rich retrospective of the Phantom/Batman/Shazam! Illustrator
Art Gallery: The Art of Don Newton Don Newton Back Issue 19 (December 2006) 47-50 Full-page rarities from our featured unsung hero
New In Print: In the Gruenwald Tradition Michael Eury Back Issue 19 (December 2006) 45-46 Image's Invincible Handbook, with peeks at art by Austin, S. Buscema, Fremz, P. Smith and Zeck
Off My Chest: Mark of Excellence Peter Sanderson Back Issue 19 (December 2006) 42-44 Peter Sanderson's guest editorial commemorates the tenth anniversary of the passing of influential Marvel writer/editor Mark Gruenwald
PRO2PRO: Marvel Assistand Editor's Month Danny Fingeroth Back Issue 19 (December 2006) 33-41 Danny Fingeroth and Mike Carlin relive this Golden Oldie
What The--?! Interview with a Very Rich Boy Tom Stewart Back Issue 19 (December 2006) 31-32 '"The Comics Savant' goes one-on-one with Richie Rich"
Backstage Pass: Geppi's Entertainment Museum Michael Eury Back Issue 19 (December 2006) 25-30 A photo tour of pop culture's coolest new attraction
Greatest Stories Never Told: Unlimited Power David Gutierrez Back Issue 19 (December 2006) 20-24 As almost seen on TV: Danny Bilson and Paul DeMeo's live-action series starring the Flash, Green Arrow, Blok, and Dr. Occult
PRO2PRO: Birds of a Feather: Steve Gerber and Gene Colan Discuss Howard the Duck Dan Johnson Back Issue 19 (December 2006) 14-19 The writer and artist waddle through memories of the irascible hero who was 'trapped in a world he never made'
Greatest Stories Never Told: We are the Champions? Tony Isabella Back Issue 19 (December 2006) 12-13 Writer Tony Isabella reveals his unrealized plans for the '70s super-team comic
Flashback: Back Issue Remembers The Defenders Dan Johnson Back Issue 19 (December 2006) 3-11 The history of Marvel's 'non-team,' including interviews with many of the series' writers and artists
Editor's Rant: Highfather's Day Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 20 (July 2002) 4 + 5 "Jon talks about Will Eisner's charity, living by example and the lessons of Jack Kirby's life and work"
Michelle's Meanderings: Corsairs of the Comics Michelle Nolan Comic Book Artist 20 (July 2002) 6 + 7 Comicdom's favorite columnist looks at the pirate comics of Quality
CBA Communiques Comic Book Artist 20 (July 2002) 8 thru 14 Where CBA does some spring cleaning
Fred Hembeck's Dateline: @!!?* Fred Hembeck Comic Book Artist 20 (July 2002) 15 It's a family affair as Herr Hembeck chats about nepotism in comics with Hawkman and Spidey
In The Easy Company of the Kuberts Jon B. Cooke et. al Comic Book Artist 20 (July 2002) 16-39 "A roundtable conversation with Joe, Adam and Andy Kubert on their lives together and careers in comics"
A Feminine Perspective: Muriel Kubert On Life With the Guys Blake Bell Comic Book Artist 20 (July 2002) 40+41 "Courtesy of the upcoming book, I Gotta Live With This Guy!, Joe's wife talks"
Adam Kubert Interview: Adam's Amazing Adventures Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 20 (July 2002) 42-49 "From his start lettering for his dad to current work on Ultimate X-Men, Adam gives us the lowdown"
Andy Kubert Interview: The Origin of Andy Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 20 (July 2002) 50-55 "The superstar artist recounts his upbringing, development as an artist and new career as a teacher"
CBA Roundtable: John Sr. & John Jr. and The Art of Grace Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 20 (July 2002) 2-B - 45-B "An exhaustive interview with John Sr. and John Jr. on everything from Marvel's early days to Sept. 11, 2001"
A Feminine Perspective: Virginia and the Johns Blake Bell Comic Book Artist 20 (July 2002) 46-B -48-B "Courtesy of the upcoming book, I Gotta Live With This Guy!, Senior's wife talks"
Back Talk Back Issue 20 (February 2007) 82-85 A letter from Deadman co-creator Arnold Drake, plus reader feedback on issue #18
Backstage Pass: Wonder Woman Day Michael Eury Back Issue 20 (February 2007) 81 Visit a special fundraising event in Portland, Oregon
Flashback: What,When, Why, Where, How, and..Who is the Question? Alex Boney Back Issue 20 (February 2007) 69-80 Explore the history of comics' man with no identity, with O'Neil, Cowan, Rucka and others
Off My Chest: Standing Up for Vince Colletta Bob McLeod Back Issue 20 (February 2007) 66-68 Rough Stuff's Bob McLead defends 'comics' worst inker'
PRO2PRO Roundtable: An Amazing Discussion About Clark Kent Red and Clark Kent Blue Eddy Zeno Back Issue 20 (February 2007) 53-65 Pre- and post-Man of Steel writers and artists examine Superman's alter ego
Superman Color Art Gallery Curt Swan Back Issue 20 (February 2007) 49-52 Four color pages with rare art by Curt Swan and super-friends
Flashback: The Human Fly: Pretty Fly for a Real Guy Michael Aushenker Back Issue 20 (February 2007) 41-48 The comics celebrity-packed story of 'The Wildest Superhero of All- Because He's Real'
Flashback: The Three Faces of Moon Knight Dan Johnson Back Issue 20 (February 2007) 34-40 Moench and Perlin's dark knight and his multiple identities- and artists
What the--?!: It's a Bird! It's a Plane! It's..and Editor?!! Allan Harvey Back Issue 20 (February 2007) 32-33 Our expose of Dave Gibbons' secret identity as the costumed Big E
Interview: Jawing with Jerry Ordway Michael Mikulovsky Back Issue 20 (February 2007) 25-31 Get to know the fan favorite from his youth as a Marvelmaniac to his current work
PRO2PRO Bonus: Brubaker and Casey's Captain America Influences Zack Smith Back Issue 20 (February 2007) 24 How today's hot Cap writers followed the foosteps of Englehart and Buscema
PRO2PRO: The Nomad Saga: Steve Englehart and Sal Buscema on Captain America's Identity Crisis Zack Smith Back Issue 20 (February 2007) 16-23 Steve Rogers takes on a new costumed guise-and Richard Nixon, too!
Top Ten Ways to Hide Your Secret Identity Jennifer Contino Back Issue 20 (February 2007) 14-15 Jennifer Contino's helpful hints at alter ego concealment
Al Milgrom Firestorm Art Gallery Al Milgram Back Issue 20 (February 2007) 10-13 A showcase of classic and never-before-published illos from Firestorm's original artist
Flashback: Fire, Fire, Burning Bright: Firestorm Tom Stewart Back Issue 20 (February 2007) 3-9 An illuminating look at the creation of DC's flame-headed Nuclear Man
Editor's Rant: CBA: Phase Two Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 21 (Aug 2002) 4 + 5 Jon goes on and on about everything changing but somehow staying the same
A Day in the Life: Inside Universe Ross Steve Darnell Comic Book Artist 21 (Aug 2002) 6 thru 9 Alex Ross's writer collaborator Steve Darnell spends the day with the artist to check out his hectic existence
Land of the Lost Stories: The End of the Neverending Battle? George Khoury Comic Book Artist 21 (Aug 2002) 10 + 11 "George Khoury gives us a look at an unpublished Superman story by Dave Gibbons, Garry Leach & others"
CBA Communiques: Tin Soldiers and Gold Key's Coming Comic Book Artist 21 (Aug 2002) 12 + 13 "You thought the debate over Vietnam was finally at rest? Well, think again as a reader takes us on"
Ah-Ha! Adam Hughes Bares All! Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 21 (Aug 2002) 14-38 "In an uproarious interview, the wunderkind cover artist from Jersey talks about his life and work"
Adam Hughes Portfolio Adam Hughes Comic Book Artist 21 (Aug 2002) 39-65 "With an incredible array of work, the wildly popular artist shares with us his bodacious talent"
Fred Hembeck's Dateline: @!!?* Fred Hembeck Comic Book Artist 21 (Aug 2002) 3-B "Fred memorializes those great "scowling" characters drawn by Big John Buscema"
"CBA Retrospective: The Life of Legendary "Big John" Buscema" Christopher Irving Comic Book Artist 21 (Aug 2002) 4-B - 13-B Chris Irving talks to the friends of the renowned Marvel artist about the man behind the art
CBA Testimonials: Remembering Buscema CBA Comic Book Artist 21 (Aug 2002) 14-B - 25-B Over 25 of the artist's peers recall the life and work of the Marvel legend
CBA Interview: A Talk With John Buscema Alan R. Woollcombe Comic Book Artist 21 (Aug 2002) 26-B - 33-B "Alan Woollcombe shares a 1994 conversation with the artist, conducted at the UK Comic Art Convention"
Sal Buscema Interview: Memories of Brother John Tom DeFalco Comic Book Artist 21 (Aug 2002) 34-B + 35-B "Tom DeFalco talks with John's brother and the "other" Buscema, a legendary Marvel artist in his own right"
Artist Showcase: John Buscema Sketchbook John Buscema Comic Book Artist 21 (Aug 2002) 36-B - 39-B Some of the best Buscema art ever done was him warm-up sketches on the back of his comic book pages
Back Talk Back Issue 21 (April 2007) 79-83 Reader feedback on issue #19, with Don Newton art!
Back in Print: The EC Archives Michael Eury Back Issue 21 (April 2007) 77-78 These '50s golden oldies are must-haves for comics readers of all generations!
Beyond Capes: Stig's Inferno, or..Ty Templeton Takes You to Hell Brian K. Morris Back Issue 21 (April 2007) 71-76 Revisiting the 1980s independent title that starred the reluctant ruler of the underworld
What the--?!: Kirby Goes to the Devil: The Saga of Devil Dinosaur Tom Stewart Back Issue 21 (April 2007) 65-70 '"The Comics Savant' ushers us on an archaeological dig"
Daredevil Art Gallery Michael Eury Back Issue 21 (April 2007) 61-64 A showcase of pre-Miller DD artists, including John Romita, Sr. and Gene Colan
Flashback: Seeing Red: Dissecting Daredevil's Redefining Years Philippe Cordier Back Issue 21 (April 2007) 33-60 An art-rich examination beginning with the Frank Miller era, featuring interviews with Klaus Janson, John Romita, Jr., Ann Nocenti, and Ralph Macchio
PRO2PRO: The Blue Devil You Don't Know Dan Johnson Back Issue 21 (April 2007) 28-32 Dan Mishkin and Gary Cohn horn in on their co-creation, now seen in DC's Shadowpact
Flashback: The Hellish Humor of PLOP! Dewey Cassell Back Issue 21 (April 2007) 21-27 Remembering DC's 'magazine of weird humor,' with Sergio Aragones, Steve Skeates, Carmine Infantino, and Lee Marrs
Greatest Stories Never Told: Devil's Moon: The Unseen Fallen Angels Allan Harvey Back Issue 21 (April 2007) 14-20 Colleen Doran reveals why this X-men spin-off went unpublished
Flashback: The Son of Satan: A Trident True Devil Hero Michael Aushenker Back Issue 21 (April 2007) 6-13 Spawned during the '70s, Son of Satan toplined not one but three different titles in short succession
Interview: Mike Mignola: The Genesis of Hellboy Christopher Irving Back Issue 21 (April 2007) 3-5 Discover the story behind the comics hero-turned-movie star, with early Mignola art
Editor's Rant: Mining For Gold Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 22 (Oct 2002) 5 + 6 "Jon waxes on about those wild, wild Western books of his childhood and a feeling of belonging"
"Khoury's Corner: Read, Right and Cool" George Khoury Comic Book Artist 22 (Oct 2002) 7 "Our assistant editor takes a look at Marvel's latest hardback anthology, Captain America: Red, White & Blue"
"CBA Communiques: Filthy, Disgusting Perverts R Us?" Comic Book Artist 22 (Oct 2002) 8 thru 11 The meaning of Mitch O'Connell's CBA # 19 cover gets twisted around
Michelle's Meanderings: Days of Comic Book Chaos Michelle Nolan Comic Book Artist 22 (Oct 2002) 12 thru 14 "Our beloved columnist remembers confusing times during the Dell Comics/Western Publishing "divorce""
Little Freddy: Growing Up In the Silver Age of Comics by Fred Hembeck Fred Hembeck Comic Book Artist 22 (Oct 2002) 15 Fred remembers the confusion surrounding the debut of Gold Key back in the early 1960s
Western CIV 101: Unlocking the Mystery of Gold Key Comics Chris Irving Comic Book Artist 22 (Oct 2002) 16-31 "Chris Irving digs up the histories of Dell Comics, Western Publishing, and their child of divorce, Gold Key"
Dorf's Discussions: Manning the Magnificent Shel Dorf, Rich Rubenfeld Comic Book Artist 22 (Oct 2002) 32-37 "Superfan Shel Dorf visits the studio of Magnus maestro, Russ Manning, in this unpublished '69 interview"
"CBA Tribute: Alberto Giolitti, "Father" of Turok" Alberto Becattini Comic Book Artist 22 (Oct 2002) 38-43 The life of renowned Italian comic book artist of the Son of Stone is examined by Alberto Becattini
Dan Spiegle Interview: The Splendor of Spiegle Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 22 (Oct 2002) 44-55 The superb comic book artist talks about everything from Hopalong Cassidy to his current Boys' Life work
Mike Royer Interview: Wranglin' Mike Royer Tells All Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 22 (Oct 2002) 56-67 The masterful inker discusses his early days in comics as Russ Manning's assistant and Gold Key artist
Paul Norris Interview: Paul's Gold Key Memories Joe Caporale Comic Book Artist 22 (Oct 2002) 68-73 Artist Paul Dorf discusses his illustrious career- from Aquaman to Brick Bradford- with Joe Caporale
George Wilson Interview: The Phantom Painter Ed Rhoades Comic Book Artist 22 (Oct 2002) 74 + 75 Maybe Gold Key's greatest cover artist- little-known George Wilson- gives his one and only interview
CBA Profile: The Tale of Tom McKimson Alberto Becattini Comic Book Artist 22 (Oct 2002) 76-78 "The life and career of the animator, comic book artist an dart director as related by Alberto Becattini"
Nevio Zeccarra Interview: The Star's Trek Andrea Giberti Comic Book Artist 22 (Oct 2002) 79 Andrea Giberti shares a brief interview conducted with the Italian comic book artist of Star Trek # 1
Mark Evanier Interview: Western Goes West Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 22 (Oct 2002) 80-87 The respected historian/writer/columnist on the origins of Gold Key and his experience at Western Pub.
Jesse Santos Interview: The Romantic Stylings of Mr. Jesse Santos Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 22 (Oct 2002) 88-97 "In a rare conversation, the superb Filipino comic book artist discusses his prolific days at Gold Key"
Don Glut Interview: Of Dagar and Dinosaurs Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 22 (Oct 2002) 98-115 "The multi-talented creator reveals his prehistoric roots and thinking behind Dagar, Dr. Spektor and Tragg"
Gold Key Giants: The Top Ten Illustrators of Western Publishing Alberto Becattini Comic Book Artist 22 (Oct 2002) 116-122 "Alberto Becattini gives us a list of superlative Dell/Gold Key comic book artists, complete with profiles"
Back Talk Back Issue 22 (June 2007) 84-86 Reader feedback on issue #20
Comics on DVD Andy Mangels Back Issue 22 (June 2007) 83 Viewing reccomendations for the BI reader
Flashback: The Odd Couple: A Blue and Gold Retrospective Alex Boney Back Issue 22 (June 2007) 75-82 The pertnership of the Justice League's Blue Beetle and Booster Gold, with commentary by DeMatteis, Giffen, Hughes, Johns, Jurgens, and Waid
Interview: Scott McCloud and Zot: The One-Man Dynamic Duo Malcolm Bourne Back Issue 22 (June 2007) 68-74 The writer/artist/teacher discusses '80s fave Zot! And the future of comics
Backstage Pass: Dick Giordano Day Dick Giordano Back Issue 22 (June 2007) 67 Honoring the man who changed comics, one day at a time
PRO2PRO: Mike Richardson and Randy Stradley Michael Eury Back Issue 22 (June 2007) 57-66 '"We did it because we love comics,' say the men who founded Dark Horse"
Beyond Capes: Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird: Comic-Book Creators in a Half-Shell Al Nickerson Back Issue 22 (June 2007) 51-56 Revisiting the 1980s independent title that launched the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and an industry fad, with Eastman, Laird, Sim, Bissette and…rare art!
Norm Breyfogle Art Gallery: Dynamic Duos and Terrific Trios Norm Breyfogle Back Issue 22 (June 2007) 44-50 A gathering of all-stars by the super-star artist
Jen's Top Ten: Top Five Signs of a Good Team-Up/ Top Five Signs of a Bad Team-Up Jennifer Contino Back Issue 22 (June 2007) 43 Some duos do better than others, says Jennifer Contino
PRO2PRO: Paul Levitz and Keith Giffen Revisit Legion of Super-Heroes Phillip Schweier Back Issue 22 (June 2007) 32-42 Together again! The team that rocketed DC's future heroes to even greater heights
Flashback: Red, White, Blue, Black and Proud! Michael Aushenker Back Issue 22 (June 2007) 25-31 Before Power Man/Iron Fist, the biracial super-team Captain America and the Falcon made history
PRO2PRO: Alan Grant and Norm Breyfogle Christopher Irving Back Issue 22 (June 2007) 18-24 One of Batman's most unforgettable creative teams reunites for a chat
Timeline: Fly, Robin, Fly Back Issue 22 (June 2007) 15-17 Robin's wild ride from Batman's side to the Titans' pride
Flashback Bonus: The Dynamite Duo: Batgirl and Robin Jennifer Contino Back Issue 22 (June 2007) 12-14 A look back at Batman Family's super-pain, with remembrances from Bob Rozakis
Flashback: Turn On, Turn In, Drop Out! Michael Kronenberg Back Issue 22 (June 2007) 3-11 Robin's journey through the counterculture and into self-awareness, with Mike Friedrich and Denny O'Neil
Khoury's Corner: Ladronn's Lost Adventure George Khoury Comic Book Artist 23 (Dec 2002) 6 + 7 "Our man George, CBA's new assistant editor, takes a look at the missing Silver Surfer Story"
"Riding Shotgun: Tom Sutton and "The Fadeaway Walk" Don McGregor Comic Book Artist 23 (Dec 2002) 8 "Don McGregor, comics writer extraordinaire, debuts his new column with a look at the late horror artist"
Fred Hembeck's Dateline: @!!?* Fred Hembeck Comic Book Artist 23 (Dec 2002) 9 Hembeck puts Hulk in a strip about Harlan Ellison
Mike Mignola Interview: For The Love Of Mike! It's the Magic of Mignola! Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 23 (Dec 2002) 10-34 "In-depth, career-spanning interview with the creator of Hellboy and one of the world's greatest cartoonists"
Hellbound: The Mike Mignola Portfolio Mike Mignola Comic Book Artist 23 (Dec 2002) 35-47 "Fourteen pages of magnificent Mignola artwork, including unpublished and rarely-seen work"
Devil In The Details: The Mike Mignola Comic Art Catalog Brian T. Rivers Comic Book Artist 23 (Dec 2002) 48-62 Brian T. Rivers shares his exhaustive checklist on the work of the brilliant artist of Hellboy
Harlan Ellison Interview: Hell-Raisin' Harlan's Comic Book Work Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 23 (Dec 2002) 63-77 The award-winning author on his forays into the four-color world of funny books
José Delbo Interview: The Authentic Artistry of José Delbo Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 23 (Dec 2002) 78-87 "The ubiquitous artist on his illustrative career in comics, from Argentina to Gold Key to DC and beyond"
CBA Communiques Comic Book Artist 23 (Dec 2002) 2-B - 3-B "A missive from the late John Buscema's wife, Toth on his "lost" Enemy Ace story, and more"
Michelle's Meanderings: The Adventures of G.I. Jane Michelle Nolan Comic Book Artist 23 (Dec 2002) 4-B - 5-B "You think Demi Moore was the first female counterpart of that "Real American Hero"? Think again!"
Jill Thompson Interview: Scary Godmother and the Joy of Comics Joe McCabe Comic Book Artist 23 (Dec 2002) 6-B - 19-B "Joe McCabe talks with the artist about her work, from Sandman to the undisputed Queen of Halloween"
Free Preview of Write Now #16 Danny Fingeroth Back Issue 23 (August 2007) 92-98 When you pick-up the second part of our Star Trek Writers' Roundtable, you'll also find the complete version of the Todd McFarlane interview
Back Talk Back Issue 23 (August 2007) 89-91 Reader feedback on issue #21
Off My Chest: A Boy and His 'Unca' Darrell McNeil Back Issue 23 (August 2007) 85-88 Animator Darrell McNeil's recollection of his relationship with the late Alex Toth
What The--?! Welcome Back, Kotter Tom Stewart Back Issue 23 (August 2007) 82-84 '"Comics Savant' Tom Stewart hits the books with his report on this utterly odd 'DC TV Comic'"
Back in Print: Ray Harryhausen Presents Michael Eury Back Issue 23 (August 2007) 78-81 An exclusive interview with the movie stop-motion master on the new line of comics based upon his screen properties
Backstage Pass: Superman vs. Cyclops Back Issue 23 (August 2007) 77 Another find from Bob Burns' Basement: photos of the 1964 NY World's Fair exhibit
Flashback: The Christopher Reeve Superman Movie Adaptations Eddy Zeno Back Issue 23 (August 2007) 72-76 Cary Bates and Bob Rozakis remember DC's Super-movie comics
PRO2PRO Roundtable: Star Trek Writers' Roundtable Robert Greenberger Back Issue 23 (August 2007) 57-71 A crossover with Write Now! #16! Bob Greenberger beams up Barr, David, Friedman, Greenberg, Mangels, Pasko, Sutton, Wein, and Weinstein for Part One of a discussion
Art Gallery: Adam Hughes Goes Hollywood Adam Hughes Back Issue 23 (August 2007) 49-56 Eight jaw-dropping pinups of media stars by one of comics' most popular artists
Backstage Pass: The Flash: Racing for Ratings David Gutierrez Back Issue 23 (August 2007) 42-48 Star John Wesley Shipp and other contributors recall the one-season Flash TV series
Beyond Capes: A Gender at Gladstone Roger Ash Back Issue 23 (August 2007) 35-41 Disney comics in the 1980s, with art and quotes from Daan Jippes, Don Rosa, William Van Horn, and other creators
Flashback: The Mighty Isis in Comics P.C Hamerlinck Back Issue 23 (August 2007) 29-34 Comics historian/ Captain Marvel authority P.C. Hamerlinck looks back at the short-lived DC comic book based on the TV show
Backstage Pass: Lift Me Now So I Can Fly Andy Mangels Back Issue 23 (August 2007) 19-28 Hollywood historian Andy Mangels goes behind the scenes of the '70s Saturday morning television series
When Titans…Wed?! Dan Johnson Back Issue 23 (August 2007) 17-18 The super-heroes who tied the knot before Spidey and Mary Jane
PRO2PRO Roundtable: Twenty Years of Webbed Bliss Dan Johnson Back Issue 23 (August 2007) 3-16 An all-star asemblage of Spider-Man crators-including Stan Lee, Sal Buscema, John Romita, Sr., and Jim Shooter-discuss Peter Parker's marriage and love life
Editor's Rant: The Man of TwoMorrows Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 24 (April 2003) 5 "Jon walks down memory lane, reflecting on his time at TwoMorrows, and the big kahuna himself"
CBA Review: Aye Carumba! It's MexiComics! Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 24 (April 2003) 6 "Jon takes a look at Dan Raeburn's great new issue of The Imp, devoted to funnybooks Down South"
Fred Hembeck's Dateline: @!!?* Fred Hembeck Comic Book Artist 24 (April 2003) 7 "Teen Fred talks about his great ol' days with the great '70s American satirical mag, National Lampoon"
The Making of a Legend: Nat Lamp- The Golden Years Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 24 (April 2003) 8 + 9 A brief overview of the unforgettable 1970s magazine publishing phenomenon
Michael Gross Interview: The Art of National Lampoon Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 24 (April 2003) 10-53 "The magazine's premier art director discusses the parody comics and "Funny Pages" of the legendary mag"
"Gahan Wilson: The Artist's "Nuts" Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 24 (April 2003) 54-65 The great cartoonist and writer on his career and long-lost and lamented Lampoon experience
"CBA Bonus: Annie, Alan and the Art of Satire" Alan Kupperberg Comic Book Artist 24 (April 2003) 66 + 67 The little orphan talks with Kupperberg in this exclusive two-page comic strip on A.K.'s NatLamp life
CBA Gallery: The Covers of NatLamp's Comic-Book Parodies CBA Comic Book Artist 24 (April 2003) 68 +69 48 killer comedic covers of various funny-book take-offs
Neal Adams Interview: From Son-O'-God to Zimmerman Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 24 (April 2003) 70-79 "The artist discusses his NatLamp days, the philosophy of parody, and a super-hero from Nazareth"
Frank Springer Interview: Artist of Action Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 24 (April 2003) 80-93 "From Phoebe Zeit-Geist to Tarzan of the Cows, the artist discusses his long tenure at the magazine"
M.K. Brown Interview: The Romance of Mary Kathleen Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 24 (April 2003) 94-107 The artist/writer of Western Romances and Aunt Mary's Kitchen fondly recalls those NatLamp days
Ed Subitsky Interview: A Mind for Mirth Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 24 (April 2003) 108-119 "The strange, bizarre, and delightful world of the artist/writer of Backwards Comics and others"
Mark Bodé Interview: Bawdy and Bodacious Vaughn Bodé Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 24 (April 2003) 120 The son of the late artist discusses his outrageously talented father and a wizard called Cheech
Free Preview of Rough Stuff #6 Back Issue 24 (October 2007) 88-93
Back Talk Back Issue 24 (October 2007) 86-87 Reader feedback on issue #22
Flashback: The Elementals: Working Toward Oblivion Brian K. Morris Back Issue 24 (October 2007) 79-85 The ups and downs of Bill Willingham's supernatural super-team, with recollections from Mike Leeke, Bill Williams, and BI's own Michael Eury
Backstage Pass: Hats Off to CAPS Michael Aushenker Back Issue 24 (October 2007) 75-78 Co-founded by legendary MAD cartoonist Sergio Aragones, the Comic Art Professional Society celebrates a magical 30th anniversary
Flashback Bonus: Conjura John Wells Back Issue 24 (October 2007) 74 A look at Zatanna's little-known 'sister,' with rarely seen Joe Kubert art
Flashback:Zatanna John Wells Back Issue 24 (October 2007) 67-73 We bend over backwards for the sexy sorceress in this enchanting history, with art by George Perez, Gray Morrow, Dick Giordano, and others
Greatest Stories Never Told: Peter Pan and Wendy Dewey Cassell Back Issue 24 (October 2007) 61-66 An examination of Andy Mangels and Craig Hamilton's unpublished series featuring the forever-young adventurer
Interview: The Strange World of Cary Bates' Jonathan Lord Tom Stewart Back Issue 24 (October 2007) 58-60 TheSuperman and Flash writer looks back at his offbeat series Silverblad, with art by Gene Colan
PRO2PRO: Dr. Strange's Artists Supreme: Gene Colan and Paul Smith Dan Johnson Back Issue 24 (October 2007) 51-57 Magical artists from two generations compare notes on Marvel's Master of the Mystic Arts
Doctor Strange Art Gallery Back Issue 24 (October 2007) 45-50 Six sizzling pinups by Michael Golden, Frank Brunner, Carl Potts, John Byrne, Kevin Nowland and Paul Smith
Interview: He's a Magic Man: Frank Brunner's Doctor Strange Dan Johnson Back Issue 24 (October 2007) 39-44 A chat with the illustrator who pitted the Sorcerer Supreme against 'God,' with never-before-published art
Flashback: The Magical Art of Marshall Rogers Roger Ash Back Issue 24 (October 2007) 34-38 Steve Englehart, Terry Austin, and Roger Stern recall the late artist's supernatural series, including Doctor Strange
Tribute: Marshall Rogers: A Look Back Roger Ash Back Issue 24 (October 2007) 30-33 Friends and collaborators Steve Englehart and Don McGregor remember the much-missed Batman and Coyote artist
Beyond Capes: Paradise Tossed: The Reign and Fall of Amethyst Jim Kingman Back Issue 24 (October 2007) 23-29 A radiant retrospective of the Princess of Gemworld, with creative gems Ernie Colon, Dan Mishkin, and Gary Cohn
Flashback: Orb of Nabu: The 1970s Revival of Dr. Fate Allan Harvey Back Issue 24 (October 2007) 17-22 Walter Simonson, Gerry Conway, Martin Pasko, and Keith Giffen discuss the return of the helmeted JSAer
Interview: Golden's Oldies Michael Eury Back Issue 24 (October 2007) 3-16 An exclusive interview with artist Michael Golden, exploring Back Issue's favorite Golden back issues
Editor's Rant: Embracing The Unknown Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 25 (June 2003) 4 Existential comments by Jon on his brief encounter with the Great Beyond and the meaning of Moore
Khoury's Corner: Destination Northampton George Khoury Comic Book Artist 25 (June 2003) 5 thru 7 George dishes the dirt on Jon and their sojourn to the Alan Moore abode deep in the heart of England
Alan Moore Interview: The Magic of Comics Jon B. Cooke, George Khoury Comic Book Artist 25 (June 2003) 8-42 "Jon and Khoury visit the world's finest comic scribe from a long, trippy talk on comics and magic"
Scott Dunbier Interview: In the Heart of WildStorm Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 25 (June 2003) 43-45 The ABC editor on the magic of Alan Moore and the British writer's ingenious collaborators
Bonus Alan Moore Interview: America's Best Apocalypse Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 25 (June 2003) 46-55 The magic man chats about his creations for the America's Best Comics line and possible retirement
CBA Extra: Todd Klein and the ABCs of Design Todd Klein Comic Book Artist 25 (June 2003) 56 + 57 The award-winning letterer/logo designer on his exquisite work for America's Best Comics
Kevin O'Neill Interview: An Extraordinary Gentleman Jon Cooke Comic Book Artist 25 (June 2003) 58-73 "The superb artist gives us a look at the early days of 2000 AD and working with the Magus, Alan Moore"
J.H. Williams III Interview: Promethea Unbound! George Khoury Comic Book Artist 25 (June 2003) 74-79 Jim Williams talks about his mind-expanding collaborations with Alan Moore
CBA Extra: Picture Perfect JosĂ© Villarrubia José Villarrubia Comic Book Artist 25 (June 2003) 80 + 81 "The photographer/colorist/digital artist discusses "Me and ABC," a look at his Promethea contribution"
Chris Sprouse Interview: Of Tom Strongs and Supremes George Khoury Comic Book Artist 25 (June 2003) 82-87 Khoury chats with the artist on life beyond Supreme and into the strange worlds of Tom Strong
Hilary Barta Interview: Making a Splash with Alan Moore George Khoury Comic Book Artist 25 (June 2003) 88-93 The EC-inspired cartoonist tells George Khoury about his work with Britain's Best Comics Writer
Jim Baikie Interview: The First Orkadian George Khoury Comic Book Artist 25 (June 2003) 94-99 "From Skizz to the First American, the artist fro the Orkneys regales Khoury about his life and long career"
Seduction of the Art: The Genius of Kevin Nowlan Jon B. Cooke Comic Book Artist 25 (June 2003) 3-B - 22-B Jack B. Quick's inspired delineator reveals the intelligence behind his work
Back Talk Back Issue 25 (December 2007) 82-86 Reader feedback on issue #23, plus a special treat for Transformers fans!
Backstage Pass: MoCCA Richard Scott Back Issue 25 (December 2007) 80-81 Visit New York City's Museum of Cartoon and Comic Art in this photo tour
What The--?! H.E.R.B.I.E! The Wold's Most Hated Robot Tom Stewart Back Issue 25 (December 2007) 78-79 Why, oh, why doesn't anyone like the Fantastic Four's robo-pal?
Flashback: John Byrne's Bucket of Bolts: ROG-2000 Al Nickerson Back Issue 25 (December 2007) 75-77 From mascot to star to mascot again, Byrne's spunky robot keeps popping up where you least expect him
Flashback: Steeled for a fight Tom Stewart Back Issue 25 (December 2007) 71-74 The story of DC's retro-fitted star-spangled banner sentinel, Steel the Indestructible Man
Interview: Brainiac vs. the Man of Steel: Paul Levitz Remembers The World's Greatest Superheroes Dewey Cassell Back Issue 25 (December 2007) 67-70 DC Comics' president and publisher looks back at his days as the writer of the Superman-centric comic strip
Backstge Pass: Super Friends Live: The Strange Saga of Legends of the Superheroes Andy Mangels Back Issue 25 (December 2007) 59-66 Holy Reunion Movies, Batman! Go backstage with the steel-nerved actors who sported spandex in 1979
PRO2PRO: Marvel's Metal Men: Iron Man's Bob Layton and David Michelinie Dan Johnson Back Issue 25 (December 2007) 44-58 The duo who took Tony Stark to new highs and lows in an exclusive chat-- with never-before-published Layton Iron Man art!
Flashback: 'Call Me Mister...Mister Machine!': The Story of Machine Man Allan Harvey Back Issue 25 (December 2007) 37-43 Barry Windsor-Smith, Herb Trimpe, Tom DeFalco, and Mike Royer on the Jack Kirby-created 2001: A Space Odyssey spin-off
Interview: Blade of Steel: The Warlord's Mike Grell Phillip Schweier Back Issue 25 (December 2007) 26-36 Enter the lost world of Skartaris, courtesy of the popular writer/artist
Flashback: Deathlok: Beyond Buckler Zack Smith Back Issue 25 (December 2007) 21-25 Joe Casey, J.M. DeMatteis, Dwayne McDuffie, and Daniel Way follow in Buckler's footsteps
Interview: Full Metal Junket: Deathlok the Demolisher's Rich Buckler Michael Aushenker Back Issue 25 (December 2007) 10-20 The artist/creator of Marvel's trailblazing cyber-crusader in his first-ever Deathlok discussion
Beyond Capes: Six Million Dollar Man and Bionic Woman Dewey Cassell Back Issue 25 (December 2007) 3-9 The story behind Charlton Comic's adventures of Steve Austin and Jaime Sommers
Back Talk Back Issue 26 (February 2008) 82-85 Reader feedback on magical issue #24, and a bonus for fans of Micronauts!
Beyond Capes: The mystery of Ms. Tree Alex Boney Back Issue 26 (February 2008) 75-81 The story of Max Allan Collins and Terry Beatty's tough-as-nails lady P.I.
Greatest Stories Never Told: Joe Kubert and the Redeemer Dewey Cassell Back Issue 26 (February 2008) 71-74 The comics legend looks back at the series that didn't-but might yet-happen
What the--?! They Call me Mr.T! Michael Aushenker Back Issue 26 (February 2008) 66-70 Pity the fool who counts out this comics-friendly '80s icon
Beyond Capes: P.I.s Inc.: The Many Detectives of Dan McGregor Tom Stewart Back Issue 26 (February 2008) 63-65 McGregor's film noir comics Detectives Inc. and Nathaniel Dusk, with art by Marshall Rogers and Gene Colan
Interview: Howard Chaykin on Atlas comics: The Good, the Bad, and the Higher Page Rate Mike Gagnon Back Issue 26 (February 2008) 59-62 The superstar writer/artist discusses the Scorpion and the fly-by-night publisher of 1975
Off My Chest: The Painless Birth of the Suicide Squad. Robert Greenberger Back Issue 26 (February 2008) 57-58 Series editor Robert Greenberger spills his guts on the origins of DC's hard-hitting team
Flashback: The Suicie Squad Michael Browning Back Issue 26 (February 2008) 39-56 An in-depth, art-loaded examination of John Ostrander's dastardly do-gooders
Beyond Capes: Keep 'Em Flying: The Story of Airboy at Eclipse Comics Eric Houston Back Issue 26 (February 2008) 32-38 Dixon and Truman's travails and triumphs in resurrecting the Golden Age flyboy
What the--?!: Between a Rock and a Bizarre Place: Sgt. Rock's Team-Ups in the DC Universe Jim Kingman Back Issue 26 (February 2008) 28-31 The WWII hero's offbeat pairings with Batman, Superman, Swamp Thing, and others
Beyond Capes: James Bond: A Comics History Alan J. Porter Back Issue 26 (February 2008) 23-27 A look at the scattershop comics appearances of the most famous of secret agents
Greatest Stories Never Told: The Shang-Chi/ Nick Furry Crossover Dave Lemieux Back Issue 26 (February 2008) 16-22 Moench and Gulacy were thiiiis close to pairing Marvel's martial artist and super-spy
PRO2PRO: (Karate) Kickin' it, Old School: Doug Moench and Paul Gulacy Dan Johnson Back Issue 26 (February 2008) 8-15 The writer and artist kick back for a Master of Kung Fu dialogue
Flashback: Black Widow: The Gloria Steinem of the Jump-Suit Set Allan Harvey Back Issue 26 (February 2008) 3-7 The amazing adventures of Marvels's spy superheroine
Back Talk Back Issue 27 (April 2008) 84 Reader feedback on 'Men of Steel' issue #25
What the--?!: The Most Famous Prince in the History of Comics Brett Weiss Back Issue 27 (April 2008) 82-83 The pompadoured purple performer's comics moonlighting gigs
Backstage Pass: Elvis and Captain Marvel, Jr. Robby Reed Back Issue 27 (April 2008) 75-81 How the World's Mightiest Boy inspired the King of Rock and Roll
Beyond Capes: Forces of the Night, What Horrors They Faced: Marv Wolfman and Gene Colan's Night Force Jim Kingman Back Issue 27 (April 2008) 71-74 The co-creators remember Baron Winters and his supernatural team
Off My Chest: Why Jack Kirby was King Michael Eury Back Issue 27 (April 2008) 64-70 An all-star lineup of artists, writers, and editors discusses comics' real-life 'King'
Flashback Bonus: Jungle Adventure! Jack Kirby Arrives Tom 'The Comics Savant' Stewart Back Issue 27 (April 2008) 62-63 Kirby's return to Prince T'Challa, the Black Panther
Flashback: Black Panther: Don McGregor in the Jungles of Wakanda Tom 'The Comics Savant' Stewart Back Issue 27 (April 2008) 57-61 The groundbreaking writer recalls his collaboration with artist Billy Graham
PRO2PRO: Mike W. Barr and Brian Bolland Return to Camelot Roger Ash Back Issue 27 (April 2008) 45-56 A lavishly illustrated interview exploring King Arthur's return in Camelot 3000
Beyond Capes: Arion: From Atlantis to New Your and Beyond Brian K. Morris Back Issue 27 (April 2008) 37-44 The story of DC's Lord of Atlantis, with a special tribute to colorist Bob LeRose
Bring on the Bad Guys Bonus: All hail Baron Zemo! Back Issue 27 (April 2008) 36 An astounding pinup of the Captain America rogue by Genial Gene Colan
Alan Weiss Art Gallery Alan Weiss Back Issue 27 (April 2008) 24-29 Eye-popping illos from the artist of Spider-Man, Steelgrip Starkey, and Tom Strong
Bring on the Bad Guys: Doctor Doom: Monarch or Monster Eric Houston Back Issue 27 (April 2008) 30-35 The lethal Lord of Latveria and his unusual role as supervillian monarch
Flashback: Sub-Mariner: Proud Prince or Perennial Punching Bag? Bruce MacIntosh Back Issue 27 (April 2008) 15-23 The anti-social Sovereign of the Seas as a superteam social butterfly
Flashback: The Rolling Seas of Aquaman John Schwirian Back Issue 27 (April 2008) 3-14 The Sea King's on-again, off-again '70s/'80s adventures
Back Talk Back Issue 28 (June 2008) 82-85 Reader feedback on 'Spies and Tough Guys' issue #26
Bonus Pinup: The Thing vs the Hulk Back Issue 28 (June 2008) 81 Arthur Adams' recreation of the famous Marvel Feature #11 cover
Flashback: Dead Man Running: The Trial of the Flash Michael Browning Back Issue 28 (June 2008) 63-72 Cary Bates, Carmine Infantino, and other creators on Barry Allen's final days
Greatest Stories Never Told: The Secret History of All-American Comics. Inc. Bob Rozakis Back Issue 28 (June 2008) 73-80 Beginning Book Two (continued from Alter Ego) of Bob Rozakis' fantasy comics history
Flashback: The Many Lives of Terra, the Titans' Greatest Betrayer Roger Ash Back Issue 28 (June 2008) 57-62 '"The Judas Contract' and beyond, with Wolfman, Jimenez, Palmiotti, and more"
Off My Chest: He is Iron Man Dan Johnson Back Issue 28 (June 2008) 48-50 A look back at Tony Stark's struggle with alcoholism, with a Bob Layton pinup
Interview: John Byrne: Crossing the Line Peter Sanderson Back Issue 28 (June 2008) 51-56 The superstar writer/artist discusses the moral codes of his Marvel and DC heroes
Bonus Pinup: The Back Issue Era's Other Manhunter Back Issue 28 (June 2008) 47 A never-before-published Batman/Manhunter pinup by Walter Simonson
Flashback: The Trials, Tribulations, and Triumphs of Mark Shaw, Manhunter Jim Kingman Back Issue 28 (June 2008) 44-46 This Kirby creation changed his threads and his stripes
Interview: David Lloyd on Night Raven Ian Millsted Back Issue 28 (June 2008) 35 The popular artist recalls the UK Hulk's breakout character
Flashback: The Rise and Demise of Kid Miracleman Allan Harvey Back Issue 28 (June 2008) 36-43 A ground- (and bone-) breaking 1980s classic revisited
Greatest Stories Never Told- In the USA: The UK Hulk Comic Ian Millsted Back Issue 28 (June 2008) 29-34 The Green Goliath and friends in comic adventures rarely seen by Yanks
Flashback: Black and White- But Green All Over: The Hulk! Magazine Glenn Greenberg Back Issue 28 (June 2008) 20-28 Walt Simonson, Doug Moench, Jim Shooter, and others on the Huld's magazine rampage
Interview: Herb Trimpe: The Incredible Trimpe Mike Mikulovsky Back Issue 28 (June 2008) 13-19 A chat with the all-time favorite Silver and Bronze Age Incredible Hulk artist
Interview: Ron Wilson: Solid As a Rock! Michael Aushenker Back Issue 28 (June 2008) 7-12 The beloved Bronze Age penciler talks Marvel-Two-In-One and the Thing
Flashback: The Thing vs. the Hulk: Why Can't The Get Along? Michael Aushenker Back Issue 28 (June 2008) 3-6 Is the Marvel Universe big enough for these battling behemoths?
Back Talk Back Issue 29 (August 2008) 84-87 Reader feedback on 'Comic Book Royalty' issue #27
Greatest Stories Never Told: The Secret History of All-American Comics. Inc. Bob Rozakis Back Issue 29 (August 2008) 78-83 Woodchucks invade Bob Rozakis' fantasy history
Interview: The X-Traordinary John Romita, Jr. Mike Gagnon Back Issue 29 (August 2008) 73-77 A candid chat with the superstar artist about the X-Men and being a 'legacy'
Flashback: Four Men and a Telekinetic Lady: The Birth of X-Factor Allan Harvey Back Issue 29 (August 2008) 69-72 The fab five's reunion as mutant 'mutant-hunters'
Flashback: The New Mutants: From Superhero Spin-Off to Sci-Fi/Fantasy Bruce Buchanan Back Issue 29 (August 2008) 62-68 The mutating mutant team's many metamorphoses
Greatest Stories Never Told: Nightcrawler's Two Dads and the Owl That Could Have Been Timothy Callahan Back Issue 29 (August 2008) 58-61 A behind-the-scenes look at X-storylines that fizzled
Flashback: Captain Comet: DC Comics' Mutant Superhero John Wells Back Issue 29 (August 2008) 51-57 Go one step beyond with DC's Man Out of Time
Special Feature: Superman: The Power of Flight Eddy Zeno Back Issue 29 (August 2008) 44-50 More over, mutants, as we wish the Man of Steel a big seven-oh
Flashback: The Saga of Captain Britain Nigel Lowrey Back Issue 29 (August 2008) 35-43 Marvel's made-for-the UK hero and his up-and-down career
Flashback: Mr. Smith Goes to Westchester Phillip Schweier Back Issue 29 (August 2008) 32-34 A survey of Paul Smith's short but significant X-Men run
PRO2PRO: Ann Nocenti and Arthur Adams Bet on a Longshot Roger Ash Back Issue 29 (August 2008) 26-31 An interview with the happy-go-luck writer/ artist duo, with ultra-rare Adams art!
Flashback: The Beauty of the Beast: Marvel's First Break-Out Mutant Alex Boney Back Issue 29 (August 2008) 17-25 Hank McCoy's jumping journey from bigfoot to furfoot
Off My Chest: Claremont and Byrne: The Team That Made the X-men Uncanny Al Nickerson Back Issue 29 (August 2008) 3-12 According to Al Nickerson, these were the X-Men's MVPs
Flashback: The 'Lost' Angel Stories Dewey Cassell Back Issue 29 (August 2008) 13-16 Chances are you missed these Angel solo tales- and Jerry Siegel's rare Marvel work
Back Talk Back Issue 30 (October 2008) 88-90 Reader feedback on 'Heroes Behaving Badly' issue #28
Greatest Stories Never Told: The Secret History of All-American Comics. Inc. Bob Rozakis Back Issue 30 (October 2008) 83-87 Bob Rozakis' fantasy history continues with a look at the AA heroes' media adventures
Interview: Nicola Cuti: Calling Captain Cosmos! Michael Eury Back Issue 30 (October 2008) 80-82 The co-creator of E-Man reveals what it's like to be a real, live space hero
Beyond Capes: Now Comics and the Original Astro Boy Mark Arnold Back Issue 30 (October 2008) 73-76 The 1980's reboot of the robotic do-gooder, with Ken Steacy and Tony Caputo
Off My Chest: Marv Wolfman and the Adventures of Superman Marv Wolfman Back Issue 30 (October 2008) 77-79 The superstar writer tells how he helped bring the Man of Steel to Saturday mornings
Interview: Spaced Out! Steve Rude's Space Ghost Jerry Boyd Back Issue 30 (October 2008) 68-72 '"The Dude' looks back at Comico's stunning 1987 Space Ghost one-shot"
Interview: Spaced Ghost Unmasked: Gary Owens Richard Scott Back Issue 30 (October 2008) 59-67 The voice behind some of our favorite toon titans speaks to Back Issue
Art Gallery: The Art of Dave Stevens Dave Stevens Back Issue 30 (October 2008) 50-52 A visual rememberance of the much-missed artist
Greatest Stories Never Told: Super Powers: The Unproduced Fourth Wave Jason Geyer Back Issue 30 (October 2008) 53-58 The Kenner action figures you might have seen
Special Feature: Adam Hughes Remembers Dave Stevens Adam Hughes Back Issue 30 (October 2008) 48-49 How the late creator of The Rocketeer influenced one of comics' most popular artists
Flashback: Super Friends in Comics Andy Mangels Back Issue 30 (October 2008) 40-47 From comics to TV to comics again, DC Comics' Justice League 'lite'
Interviews: Jackson Bostwick and John Davey: The World's Mightiest Mortals P.C Hamerlinck Back Issue 30 (October 2008) 17-33 Two all-new interviews with the actors who brought Captain Marvel to life
Backstage Pass: Those Super Friends of Mine Darrell McNeil Back Issue 30 (October 2008) 34-39 A year in the life of a young Hanna-Barberian, Darrell McNeil
Flashback: Shazam!: DC's Captain Marvel Revival of the 1970s Michael Eury Back Issue 30 (October 2008) 3-10 The story of the Big Red Cheese's return from comics limbo
Greatest Stories Never Told: The Captain Thunder Sequel That Went 'Sha-Boom!' Michael Eury Back Issue 30 (October 2008) 11-16 Elliot S! Maggin and Alex Saviuk recall the fizzled follow-up to Superman #276
Back Talk Back Issue 31 (December 2008) 88-90 Reader feedback on 'Mutants' issue #29
Off My Chest: 'There was something about that guy…' Dave Simons Back Issue 31 (December 2008) 82-87 Friends of Ol' Gerber speak out
Beyond Capes: A Hard Time in Nevada Roger Ash Back Issue 31 (December 2008) 75-79 Two of the writer's later, more mature comics series
Backstage Pass: The Gerber Memorial Peter Sanderson Back Issue 31 (December 2008) 80-81 Mark Evanier leads an all-star tribute panel at the April 2008 New York Comic Con
Flashback: Sludge Mike Gagnon Back Issue 31 (December 2008) 71-74 Gerber's muck-monster with a difference
Backstage Pass: Thundarr the Barbarian Brett Weiss Back Issue 31 (December 2008) 64-70 How Gerber got around TV watchdogs to bring to life this clever cartoon series
Flashback: The Miracle Messiah Jim Kingman Back Issue 31 (December 2008) 57-59 Gerber's short-lived take on Mister Miracle
Interview: Steve Gerber Discusses The Phantom Zone Michael Eury Back Issue 31 (December 2008) 60-63 A 2006 interview examining Gerber's dark, disturbing Superman spin-off
What the--?!: Gerber Goes Crazy! Mark Arnold Back Issue 31 (December 2008) 51-53 Gerber's gags elevated Marvel's 'MAD' to new heights
Flashback: The Metal Men John Wells Back Issue 31 (December 2008) 54-56 Gerber's one issue of this series, drawn by Walter Simonson, is sill talked about today
Gerber's Greatest Hits Art Gallery Back Issue 31 (December 2008) 47-50 Eye-popping pinups by Ron Wilson, Frank Brunner, and Pablo Marcos
Flashback: Omega the Unknown Timothy Callahan Back Issue 31 (December 2008) 41-46 The writer's waaaay-before-its-time unfinished symphony
Beyond Capes: Gerber's Gruesomes Michael Aushenker Back Issue 31 (December 2008) 23-32 Man-thing, Tales of the Zombie, and other gory Gerber gems
Flashback: Steve Gerber in the Marvel Universe Jason Shayer Back Issue 31 (December 2008) 33-40 From Shanna to Foolkiller, Gerber's Marvel output was always different
PRO2PRO: The Duck Requiem Dan Johnson Back Issue 31 (December 2008) 16-22 Howard the Duck artists Gene Colan and Val Mayerik on working with Steve
Off My Chest: of Ducks and Men Frank Brunner Back Issue 31 (December 2008) 14-15 Artist Frank Brunner reveals the story behind Howard the Duck #1
Flashback: Steve and Howard: A Boy and His Duck Roger Ash Back Issue 31 (December 2008) 3-13 Trapped in a world they never made, Howard the Duck and his creator

About the Index

Dates of Coverage:

Wittenberg's library does not own these publications, but they are available from Professor Matt Smith in the Communication Dept.

Index compiled by Jamie Daugherty '06, Josh Cohick '07, and Abby Aitchison, '11.

Issues Indexed