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Kupperberg: Boo!

December 15th, 2010 · Comments Off on Kupperberg: Boo!

Things I’ve Learned Along the WayBy Paul Kupperberg© Paul Kupperberg I recently saw a clip from an old interview with Alfred Hitchcock. Mike Douglas asked him where his interest in mystery and suspense came from. Hitchcock responded that it came when he was still just a baby. “I was just laying there in my mother’s […]

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Kupperberg: What’s the Story?

December 3rd, 2010 · No Comments

Paul Kupperberg’s latest column has just been posted here on ComicsCareer.Com. Today’s column is titled “What’s the Story?” and features on the critical relationship between character and plot. “Always remember that, like Soylent Green, ‘Story is People,’” Kupperberg writes. He also takes on Frank Miller’s use of cursing in All-Star Batman and Robin as an […]

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A Christmas Miracle

December 27th, 2009 · 1 Comment

Over on Bill Nichols’ new site devoted to creating comics, ComicsMentor.Com, you can find a terrific true story of Christmas inspiration from Ron Fortier. All of a sudden none of the new proposals I was sending out to various publishers were being accepted. Rejection slips started to mount up on a steady basis and with […]

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Cebulski’s Portfolio Nightmares

April 1st, 2009 · No Comments

Marvel’s talent liaison C.B. Cebulski was kind enough to link here from his blog a few days ago, and I’m about to return the favor. He’s just posted a six-page comics story about the sometimes scary process of reviewing portfolios at conventions. Titled “S.A.S.E. (Send Another Submissions Editor)”, it was illustrated by Guillory and was […]

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10 Questions for Doug Klauba

January 14th, 2009 · No Comments

Born and raised in the Chicago area, illustrator and painter Doug Klauba has a variety of published credits, including work as a cover artist for Moonstone Books. His talents have been featured in The Phantom, Kolchak: The Night Stalker, Jack Hagee: PI, Zorro, The Spider, Doc Savage, Moonstone Monsters: Ghosts, General Jack Cosmo, and Project: […]

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10 Questions for Steven Philip Jones

January 13th, 2009 · No Comments

Steven Philip Jones is a writer with a broad body of work, including comics, prose fiction, and non-fiction. His comic books include Talismen: Return of the Exile (Atlantis Studios/; Talismen: “Calling the King”; Little Dragon: “Albedo 0.39” and “Under the Opaque Sky”; Borderman (Gateway Monthly) Reanimator; H.P. Lovecraft in Color; Dracula; Dracula: The Lady in […]

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