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Rawhide Kid: Slap Leather exhibition opens at San Francisco’s Cartoon Art Museum

The San Francisco-based Cartoon Art Museum is celebrating the art of John Severin‘s final Marvel Comics western series, Rawhide Kid: Slap Leather, in an exhibition that will be on display from now through April 2019. Johnny Bart made his debut in his own comic book series, Rawhide Kid, in March 1955. The series, published by MarvelContinue reading Rawhide Kid: Slap Leather exhibition opens at San Francisco’s Cartoon Art Museum

Stan Lee Tribute Day announced for Liverpool next weekend

Liverpool’s retro gaming and video shop VideOdyssey has announced a Stan Lee Tribute Day next Saturday (24th November 2018) in aid of the Stan Lee Foundation. Paying homage to the Marvel legend who died earlier this week, expect an event that will celebrate the magic of his comic creation genius. With artwork, workshops, and aContinue reading Stan Lee Tribute Day announced for Liverpool next weekend

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Stan Lee’s British Connections – the “Uncle Stan Collection” remembered

In March 2000, London-based Comic Book Auctions took delivery of over one thousand US comics from one John Lieber, who lived near Bristol. The origin of these comics would prove a bit of a revelation… “He had explained to us that his uncle, who lived in America, used to send him the latest super-hero comics asContinue reading Stan Lee’s British Connections – the “Uncle Stan Collection” remembered

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In Memoriam: Stan Lee

Alan Woollcombe pays tribute to Stan “The Man” Lee, who has died aged 95, co-creator of an astonishing number of comic book characters, comic books, whose influence on entertainment and pop culture will endure… Stan Lee was arguably the most important man the American comics industry ever produced. Through talent, chutzpah and sheer hard work,Continue reading In Memoriam: Stan Lee

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How to be a Super-Hero, by Stan Lee

British writer and editor Tim Quinn both worked with and interviewed Spider-Man co-creator Stan Lee, whose death has been announced, aged 95. Here, he pays tribute to the American writer and publisher who did so much to shape Marvel Comics in the 1960s, and whose work continued to inspire many creators and fans across decades…Continue reading How to be a Super-Hero, by Stan Lee