Tag Archives: Harlan Ellison

Speculative Fiction Author and Provocateur Harlan Ellison Dies

Science fiction’s enfant terrible passed away June 27 at the age of 84. He was born in advance of the boomer tide, but in a sense, Ellison was the voice — or a voice — of that generation. Continue reading

 

The Harlan Ellison Interview

In this interview from 1979 (The Comics Journal #53), Gary Groth and Harlan Ellison talk about plagiarism, the potential of the medium, Hollywood, and more. Continue reading

 

Archive Viewer: Issue 28

 

Archive Viewer: Issue 53

Featuring interviews with Trina Robbins, Harlan Ellison, Kelly Freas, and Murray Boltinoff; an essay by Harlan Ellison; illustrations by Willie Blyberg. Continue reading

 

Archive Viewer: Issue 48

Featuring interviews with Samuel R. Delany, Len Wein, and Kenneth Smith; Pierce Askegren on Harlan Ellison; a glimpse at the British Underground comics Continue reading

 

Archive Viewer: Issue 65

Featuring interviews with Art Speigelman and Francoise Mouly; Carter Scholz and Gary Groth on Eclipse Magazine; Dwight Decker on Buck Rogers; illustrations by Hilary Barta and Howard Purcell. Continue reading

 

The Comics Journal No. 126, January 1989

Featuring interviews of Jaime, Gilbert, and Mario Hernandez; a review of Harvey Pekar; pages from Jose Munoz’s sketchbook. Continue reading

 

The Comics Journal No. 115, 1987

Featuring the deposition of Dean Mullany; the testimonies of Jim Shooter, Harlan Ellison, Gary Groth; Joe Sacco on the Fleisher v. Fantagraphics libel case. Continue reading