Category Archives: Guest Blog

Comics abroad

Ever since looking at a Romita (Sr.) Spiderman when I was eight, I’d been obsessed with comics. I’d been working on my stories ever since I was a kid, but really dove in head-first when I got laid off in … Continue reading

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COMIC STRIPS, THE PULPS, COMIC BOOKS, AND HARRY DONENFELD

The origin of the Pulps (so called for the cheap paper they were printed on) date back to the 19th century. In 1860 dime novels arose as spin-offs to adventure stories published in the weekly papers, and were read in … Continue reading

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I Need a Hero…I’m Holding Out for a Super Hero Till the End of the Night

Welcome to our guest blogger, Vanessa Verduga for her pov on how she has been influenced by comics history, the Major in particular and her creation of a new female Super Hero. I love her enthusiasm and find her take … Continue reading

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