Tag Archives: Hal Foster

An Upbringing That Was Very Much Out of the Ordinary: An Interview with Cullen Murphy

The former writer of Prince Valiant, and son of artist John Cullen Murphy, talks about growing up in Connecticut, surrounded by many of the most successful cartoonists of the Twentieth Century. Continue reading

 

Layout Workbook 9

This week we’re going to look at Hal Foster’s Prince Valiant. Continue reading

 

Archive Viewer: Issue 63

Featuring interviews with Wendy and Richard Pini, Dennis Kitchen, and Steve Englehart; an essay by Will Eisner; illustration by Stu Potts. Continue reading

 

The Comics Journal No. 102, September 1985

Featuring an interview between Arn Saba and Hal Foster; an interview with Ray Zone; Dick Voll on the “Spaghetti and Meatball School of Design.” Continue reading

 

The Comics Journal No. 63, Spring 1981

Featuring interviews with Wendy and Richard Pini, Dennis Kitchen, and Steve Englehart; an essay by Will Eisner; illustration by Stu Potts. Continue reading