If you’ve been following my updates about, Bucket List of Death, you know it is the sequel to my novel Mask of the Crime Czar. If you haven’t, no problem. You can read the jacket blurb and Prologue and the excerpt from Chap Four in my earlier posts.
Everything has been going fine until my world turned upside down two months ago. That’s when my girlfriend; my best friend and soul mate, passed away on Memorial Day. It all stopped for me for about a week. I knew I had to continue with my writing and artwork or she’d be very disappointed in me. Continue reading Bucket List of Death (update 2)→
Batman the Sunday Classics was originally compiled and designed by Kitchen Sink Press, Inc.. for DC Comics, and co-published by DC Comics and Kitchen Sink Press in 1990. Other editions followed with slightly different covers; mine was published by Sterling Publishing, Inc. by arrangement with DC Comics. Cover art by Dick Sprang.
Every effort was given to identify everyone involved with the strips and if anyone was left out or misidentified the publisher expresses their regrets. This was an era when only the creator of a strip or comic book was given any credit at all. It would be many years before letters to the editor were included and readers would ask who wrote, drew, or inked the pages of their favorite book or strip. Continue reading BATMAN the Sunday Classics 1943-46 (review)→