- Full Description
An ultra-rare, long, previously unpublished interview from 1937 with the legendary George Herriman, creator of the venerated Krazy Kat. Herriman, who famously disliked talking about himself, talks about many of his famous colleagues as well as how he sees his place in the comic strip business! Then, it's deep inside the archives of MAD magazine's Jack Davis and a look at never before published work. William Shakespeare in Peanuts! Wally Wood's advertising work, rarely known today.
And the editor Tom Heintjes presents a roundtable interview with four female cartoonists about working in a male-dominated business and the changes they've seen over the years: Scrivan, Bell-Lundy, Eliot, and Libenson.
The best (and worst) superhero origins. Toonerville Trolley on the silver screen. How Popeye's Swee'pea suddenly grew legs and grew up, then reverted back to the on-all-fours infant in the strip. Rudy's artist William Overgard and his life and work.
Plus many more departments and features, in this special once-a-year compendium (144 pages!) for anyone interested in comic books or cartooning history.
- Additional Information
Item Code HA21 Publisher Bull Moose Publish Date 2017 ISBN 725274923946 Binding Soft Cover Dimensions 8x11 # Pages 144pg Color b&w
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