Tag Archives: Russ Heath

The Russ Heath Interview

In this 1987 interview, Ken Jones talks to possibly the least-recognized high-quality artist to ever work in American comic books, who left an indelible mark on both Western comics, where he started his comic-book career, and on war comics, for which he would attain his greatest fame. Continue reading

 

Russ Heath: 1926-2018

Heath, best known for the realistic clarity and human drama he brought to the war comics he drew for DC, Marvel, Warren, and EC during a 70-year career, died Thursday night at the age of 91. Continue reading

 

SDCC13: Russ Heath Tribute Panel

Russ Heath, interviewed by Mark Waid. Recorded by Jon B. Cooke (editor of of the Russ Heath issue of Comic Book Creator #4 (Winter 2013)). Continue reading

 

Live from Little Torch Key

The meaning of the term “Comics!”. Also: Prostitution. Continue reading