Tag Archives: Bill Schelly

Gary Groth on Bill Schelly

I don’t remember when I met Bill Schelly, but it may have been as late as 2006, when he pitched the idea of a Joe Kubert biography to me. It may have been earlier—and we may have corresponded briefly in … Continue reading

 

Bill Schelly Tributes

Bill Schelly’s collaborators, compatriots and friends describe what it was like working with him, reading with him, and sharing his friendship. Continue reading

 

Biographer and Comics Fandom Chronicler Bill Schelly Dies Unexpectedly at 67

Michael Dean outlines the life and accomplishments of one of comics’s preeminent biographers, Bill Schelly. Continue reading

 

“He Was an Odd Individual Who Really Pushed the Boundaries”: An Interview with Bill Schelly about James Warren

The comics scholar talks at length about his career and his new book on publisher James Warren. Continue reading

 

“They Changed My Life”: An Interview with Bill Schelly

A discussion with the comics scholar and Harvey Kurtzman biographer about his new memoir of growing up as a gay comics fan, the difference between fandom and criticism, the reality of comics as a profession, and his experiences with Steve Ditko. Continue reading

 

Art Young Returns, and Nine More

At the top of Tumey’s stack of favorite books of 2017 sits a thick, five-pound book with about 800 old cartoons which are mostly political. Continue reading

 

20 Comic Favorites of 2015

Paul Tumey’s top of the heap. Continue reading

 

SDCC 2011: 50 Years of Comic Book Fandom Panel

Mark Evanier moderates Jean Bails, Paul Levitz, Dick and Pat Lupoff, Richard Kyle, Bill Schelly, Roy Thomas and Maggie Thompson as they discuss the origins and history of comics fandom. Continue reading

 
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