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Steve Brower has been a comic book fan and a researcher for many years. He recently put out a book, collecting many of his favorite western stories, entitled Golden Age Western Comics. I had mentioned earlier that the original artwork and comic book collectors club free is forever lost from many of the companies that are out of business. So we are lucky that Steve had these comics /4586.txt wanted to share them with us.

These are comics not taken at random, but are chosen favorites out of his personal collection. I think Steve wanted to give us a visit to a time when TV, movies and pulps were just full of westerns and shoot ups.

In fact, I got so caught up in reading these stories that I left my horse double parked! The short stories in the book were relatively simple by current standards. In the era of super-heroes it was so interesting to find out that the bad guys just wanted to rob a bank or a stagecoach and not take over the world. My favorite story here is that of Tom Mix. The robbers instantly kill the Смотрите подробнее Office clerk they intended to rob, but only comic book collectors club free up Tom Mix, their only threat, when he comes to get them.

As in every James Bond movie they give the good guy an opportunity to escape! Golden Age Western Comics. I would think the origins comic book collectors club free my interest began with the Adventures of Superman starring George Reeves. I was a huge fan.

As I was of Western T. But more than anything it must have been Superman on T. Barry : What were original favorites? How did you discover westerns and which ones did you read? Steve : Of course which comics I read varies with what age I was which comics I read.

Classics Illustrated got me through many a book report. Steve : There have been ample anthologies of late of the crime, horror comic book collectors club free romance genres. Westerns seemed to be a neglected group. There are no contemporary anti-heroes here, little irony, the books are pretty straight forward. Steve : Working backwards the publisher, powerHouse, came up with a page count. That led me to choose shorter stories. There simply was no room for 22 page stories.

Steve : Many of the stories are signed. Christopher Irving, who wrote the introduction, contributed to the credits as well. Steve : I know this will sound like a cop out but I like them all for нажмите чтобы увидеть больше reasons. There is something very psychedelic about that splash page and I like his page designs. Steve : Superhero, war, crime, Westerns, romance, horror, Classics Illustrated, pretty much every genre except funny animals.

Lots of Kirby, Ditko and of course Meskin. And all decades. Barry : If you were comic book collectors club free to do the comic book collectors club free story westerns, which ones would you have chosen? Steve : Comic book collectors club free Autry for one. Barry : What were your favorite Western TV shows? Steve : Definitely those two. My family watched Gunsmoke every week. I remember liking Branded and The Rebel. Steve : If you mean in comics, no. Steve is also the author of two biographies of famed artist of the Golden Age Mort Meskin.

Out of the Shadows. Steve was nice enough to give us an interview. Heck, we had a discussion. Barry : What gave you the idea for this book? Barry : How did you decide which comics to include? Barry : Where did you get these comics? Steve : They are all from my collection. Barry : How did you find comic book collectors club free credits? Barry : What is your favorite story here? Barry : How many comics do you have? Steve : At least a thousand. Barry : Of what type?

Barry : How about DC? Barry : Did you check out any of the recent revivals?

 
 

 

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Steve : Superhero, war, crime, Westerns, romance, horror, Classics Illustrated, pretty much every genre except funny animals. Lots of Kirby, Ditko and of course Meskin. And all decades. Barry : If you were able to do the long story westerns, which ones would you have chosen? Steve : Gene Autry for one. Barry : What were your favorite Western TV shows? Steve : Definitely those two. My family watched Gunsmoke every week. I remember liking Branded and The Rebel.

Steve : If you mean in comics, no. Steve is also the author of two biographies of famed artist of the Golden Age Mort Meskin. Out of the Shadows. Steve was nice enough to give us an interview. Heck, we had a discussion. Barry : What gave you the idea for this book? Barry : How did you decide which comics to include? Barry : Where did you get these comics?

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More important than either of those things though, for me, was that I got to say thank you, in person, to someone whose fiction helped make me who I am.

They are survived by their four daughters. Weird Fantasy 17 January-February , featuring adaptation of Bradbury’s “There Will Come Soft Rains” with art by Wally Wood Interior from Weird Fantasy 17 adaptation of Bradbury’s “There Will Come Soft Rains,” with art by Wally Wood Bradbury continued to support the comic book industry for the next six decades, authorizing adaptations of his work by Topps Comics and other publishers, introducing reprints of classic Prince Valiant strips, and appearing at conventions to the end of his life.

 
 

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