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A framed image of an evil gangster by comics master Jack Cole

The Lost Comics of Jack Cole – Part 2 (1938)

1938 was the year that Superman appeared. It was also the year that Jack Cole became a comic book artist. Welcome to part two of my continuing survey of the lesser known (and, in some cases, virtually unknown) comics of … Continue reading

 
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The Lost Comics of Jack Cole – Part 1 (1931-1937)

A study of Cole’s lesser-known comics and cartoons sheds light on his greatest work, and reshapes our current narrow understanding of this secretive, influential 20th century pop artist. Continue reading

 
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It’s Much Sunnier Here

I write to you from Little Torch Key, Florida, where I’m on a little family “vacay”. But don’t get smart, I’m still watching you! Continue reading

 
Issue 216

The Comics Journal No. 216, October 1999

Featuring interviews with Kurt Busiek, Megan Kelso, and John Severin. Continue reading