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Comics Then #5 – Comics’ First Great African American Artist

Here’s my final “Comics Then” column that was prepared for the now defunct Comics Now! magazine.  This column was to have been in an issue celebrating Black History Month, and I chose to write about the great Matt Baker.  Enjoy! … Continue reading

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Comics Then #4 – The Beginning of the End or a New Beginning?

I recently learned that Comics NOW! magazine has ceased publication.  While this did not suprise me a great deal as I know how difficult it is for a new publication to develop a strong readership, I was still saddened by … Continue reading

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The Silver Age of Comic Books

While I’m a devotee of the Golden Age of Comic Books, the feelings are mutual for the Silver Age.  I have not limited my collecting to Golden Age material, and am a big fan of the DC and Marvel Silver … Continue reading

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Comics Then Columns Now Online

Since the Fall of 2007 I have been writing the “Comics Then” column for Comics NOW! magazine.  While the magazine focuses on the modern and current comic books and comics book characters, “Comics Then” showcases the comics and characters of the … Continue reading

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Golden Age of Comic Books – November 12, 2008 – #59

Welcome to the 59th episode of the Golden Age of Comic Books Podcast!  In this episode we discuss Phantom Lady, who was published by several comic book companies during the Golden Age.  She first appeared in Quality’s Police Comics #1 … Continue reading

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