I'm currently transcribing an interview Jon Cooke has done with Joe Sinnott for an upcoming issue of COMIC BOOK CREATOR and Joe mentioned that this was his very first sale to Marvel under his own name. Not his first story for Marvel, though. Earlier he had been assisting and then ghosting Tom Gill, who had been his teacher at the Hogarth School.
Monday, September 30, 2019
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Friday, September 27, 2019
Here's an excerpt from the new GHOSTS volume from Yoe Books!
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Thursday, September 26, 2019
While retaining a definite Wallace Wood feel, this art isn't as slavish as former Woodworker Howard's solo stuff usually was. Here, he inks veteran Shores in one of his last stories. Shores had shared a studio with Wood around this time. "Jack Younger," according to Woodworker and all-around great guy Bhob Stewart, was a pen name used by Russ Jones for prose fiction but, in fact, by Bhob himself in a few black and white comics. This then, presumably, is written by the late Bhob Stewart.
Wednesday, September 25, 2019
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Tuesday, September 17, 2019
We all know the great Gray, of course, but who was/is writer Bill Dennehy? He's credited with a number of stories for DC's "mystery" titles in the early '70s but not much else, and apparently nothing past 1977.
UPDATE: Reader Jake Oster writes: According to Mike Tiefenbacher, in The Comic Reader # 142, Apr 1977, Bill Dennehy was a pen-name for editor Murray Boltinoff.