Account   |   Cart

ALTER EGO #150

More Views

ALTER EGO #150

Availability: In stock

$9.95
Celebrating 95 Years of Stan Lee! Highly Recommended. Edited by Roy Thomas.

Alter Ego #150 lights the candles for Stan Lee’s 95th birthday with a special celebration! Rare Lee interview by Will Murray, conducted in 1988; Ger Apeldoorn on Stan’s non-Marvel writing in the 1950s, with reproductions of some truly rare items. Plus long time DC writer John Broome's autobiography, rebooting the Marvel Age in Britain in the 1970s, letters from Charlton creator Pete Morisi (PAM) to fan Glen Johnson, Ted White interviewing Stan way way back, Bill Black's Paragon and the almost-revival of Captain Marvel.


For full description, see below.

OR
Full Description

Details

Alter Ego #150 lights the candles for Stan Lee’s 95th birthday with a special celebration! Rare Lee interview by Will Murray, conducted in 1988; Ger Apeldoorn on Stan’s non-Marvel writing in the 1950s, with reproductions of some truly rare items. Plus long time DC writer John Broome's autobiography, rebooting the Marvel Age in Britain in the 1970s, letters from Charlton creator Pete Morisi (PAM) to fan Glen Johnson, Ted White interviewing Stan way way back, Bill Black's Paragon and the almost-revival of Captain Marvel.

And more special features than you could shake Irving Forbush at! Colorful Marvel multi-hero cover by big John Buscema!

Every issue is profusely illustrated with literally hundreds of rare comics covers and rare panels from stories. There are also pictures of nearly every creator mentioned, from the main guys like Stan (there's some great early pics of him) as well as artists who come up in articles and interviews. Editor Roy Thomas always goes the extra mile to include all this about nearly every artist or creator mentioned, with added commentary and anedotes of his own.

This is THE magazine about the Golden Age and Silver Age of comics...from behind the scenes. It features fine new interviews with creators, new discoveries in the world of comics history, eulogies to artists who have left us, and much more.

Additional regular features include author Bill Schelly, who explores fandom history in his ongoing Comic Fandom Archive. Artist Michael Gilbert explores forgotten or newly discovered bits about the Golden Age in his regular feature, Mr. Monster's Comic Crypt. And The Fawcett Collector explores all things about the world of the Marvel Family and Fawcett comics, the company who gave DC a run for their money from 1940 to 1955.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Item Code AE150
Publisher Twomorrows
Publish Date 2018
Binding Magazine
Dimensions 8x11
# Pages 96pg
Color Text/Partial Color
Reviews

You may also be interested in the following item(s)