Tag Archives: Highlights from the Archive

An Interview With Donald Rooum

In this interview from TCJ #247, political cartoonist Donal Rooum talks to Ken Worcester about anarchy, gag cartooning, and typography. Continue reading

 

Scott Rosenberg’s Platinum Pipeline to Hollywood

Scott Mitchell Rosenberg is recently back in industry news, regarding his partial ownership of the rights to Rob Liefeld’s Youngblood. In this article from TCJ #265 (January-February 2005), Michael Dean traces Rosenberg’s trajectory through comics industry and Hollywood up to that point. Continue reading

 

The Ernie Colón Interview

In this 2007 interview, Ernie Colón talks to Kent Worcester about working for Harvey, Warren, DC, Marvel and his collaborations with Sid Jacobson going back to the 1970s. Continue reading

 

Hello, Culture Lovers! Stan the Man Raps with Marvel Maniacs at James Madison University

In March of 1978, Stan Lee sat on a panel at James Madison University’s Fine Arts Festival. Continue reading

 

Face Front, True Believers: The Comics Industry Sounds Off on Stan Lee

In 1995, TCJ collected anecdotes from various comics creators, excerpted here. Continue reading

 

A Stan Lee Interview (1968)

In this interview, Ted White captures Lee at the peak of ’60s success. It is a snapshot of the day-to-day of the Marvel offices at that time. Sol Brodsky cameos. Continue reading

 

Stan Lee & Jenette Kahn at Temple University

Stan Lee and Jenette Kahn discuss Marvel Comics’ expansion into multimedia projects in a 1978 Q&A at Philadelphia’s Temple University. Continue reading

 

Berlin: City of Stones

In this review from The Comics Journal #242 (April 2002), Ron Evry talks about Lutes’ artistic choices, the graphic novel format and the scope of the project. Continue reading