Author Archives: Steven Ringgenberg

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The Al Feldstein Interview

In this 1995 interview for The Comics Journal #177, Al Feldstein takes Steve Ringgenberg behind the scenes of Mad, EC, show biz and more. Continue reading

 
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Al Feldstein: 1925-2014

An obituary and an overview of Mad editor/EC cartoonist Al Feldstein’s contributions to the medium. Continue reading

 
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Dan Adkins: March 15, 1937 – May 8, 2013

The longtime comic book artist passed away. Continue reading

 
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Tony DeZuniga, First of the Filipino Comics Wave, November 8th, 1941—May 11, 2012

A cartoonist best-known to American readers for co-creating the Black Orchid and the surly supernatural western hero Jonah Hex. Continue reading

 
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Sheldon Moldoff, April 14, 1920 – February 29, 2012

Golden age ghost artist Sheldon Moldoff Joins that great bullpen in the sky. Continue reading

 
From All Star Comics #4 (March-April 1941), written by Gardner Fox and drawn by Sheldon Moldoff

The Sheldon Moldoff Interview

This interview with Golden Age artist Sheldon Moldoff (Batman, Hawkman, Hawkgirl), conducted by Steve Ringgenberg, ran in The Comics Journal #214 (July 1999). Continue reading

 
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John Powers Severin, 1921-2012

John Powers Severin is legendary as one of the most prolific and long-lived of all comics artists, producing quality work well into his 90s. Continue reading

 
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Joseph Henry Simon: October 11, 1913 – December 14, 2011

If Joe Simon had only created Captain America, he would still be a comic book legend. But his career lasted for decades and encompassed dozens of memorable characters and thousands of pages of comics. Continue reading

 
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