This is the first issue of Dr. Jerry Bails' newsletter, The Comicollector, dated September 1961. It was intended as a more periodical release than Bails' main fanzine, Alter-Ego , intended to provide a place for fans to buy, sell and swap comics and to disseminate the latest news and gossip from the big publishers. It … Continue reading The Comicollector #1
A post from my old Marvel blog concerning my own personal history. Sadly, I don't still have easy access to all of the art that's referenced here. My So-Called Career pt 4 April 28, 2007 | 1:00 AM | By Tom_Brevoort | In General Day four of the ongoing saga of my early days at … Continue reading Blah Blah Blog – My So-Called Career In Comics Part Four
This is cartoonist Jules Feiffer's nostalgic article about his experiences as a reader and an apprentice during the Golden Age of Comics which was later republished along with a bevy of classic comic book stories as the perennial reprint collection of the 1960s and 1970s--the first such book to reprint old comic book stories.
This is the first issue of Biljo White's classic 1964 fanzine devoted entirely to the Caped Crusader. An interesting look back at where Batman fans' heads were at prior to the 1966 TV show, Denny O'Neil & Neal Adams, and Frank Miller.
The final issue of Steven Grant, Steve Gerber and Frank Miller's 1988 freelancer newsletter.
The seventh issue of Steve Gerber, Steven Grant and Frank Miller's short-lived freelancer newsletter.
A post from my defunct old Marvel blog concerning writing SECRET DEFENDERS More Bad Comics April 28, 2007 | 1:00 AM | By Tom_Brevoort | In General Continuing with our sequence on BAD COMICS I WROTE, today the spotlight turns towards the first ongoing series I ever helmed as a writer, SECRET DEFENDERS.SECRET DEFENDERS was … Continue reading Blah Blah Blog – More Bad Comics