WebFind: Gene Colan: Visions of a Man Without Fear

If you’re a fan of artist Gene Colan like me, then this 48-page exhibition catalogue on offer from the San Francisco Cartoon Art Museum is a bit of a gem. Gene Colan: Visions of a Man Without Fear features high-quality reproductions of select pieces from Gene Colan’s career-defining work for Marvel Comics from the 1960sContinue reading WebFind: Gene Colan: Visions of a Man Without Fear

Edmond E. Good’s Knight Masters(Date Unknown)

Roads Not Taken: Edmond E. Good’s “Knight Masters”

Canadian illustrator, writer and co-author of more than a dozen comics Edmond Elbridge Good (1st July 1910 – 22nd September 1991) created the Rex Baxter feature for Bell Publishing in 1942 and drew the Scorchy Smith strip (taking over from Frank Robbins in 1944) and Tarzan for United Feature Syndicate. He also helped to introduceContinue reading Roads Not Taken: Edmond E. Good’s “Knight Masters”

Jermome Bixby's The Man from Earth

WebFind: The Man from Earth (and its sequel)

So on a ramble through Amazon, I came across and watched the restored version of the intriguing 2007 film, The Man from Earth. Simply put, it’s a film that centres on “College professors discussing many topics with a colleague who claims to be thousands of years old” – but that plot description really doesn’t do itContinue reading WebFind: The Man from Earth (and its sequel)

Art by Vincent Desjardins

WebFind: Light and Shade by Vincent Desjardins

  Vincent Desjardins is an illustrator hailing from Bloomington, Indiana in the United States and his blog, “Light and Shade” will take you down a wonderful memory lane, celebrating the very best in children’s book illustration. While the blog hasn’t been updated since 2015, there’s much to enjoy here, and not just Vincent‘s book selections.Continue reading WebFind: Light and Shade by Vincent Desjardins

Forbidden Planet Quad Poster

Webfinds: The Forbidden Planet the Movie Facebook Group

There are some movies that stick in your head your whole life and for me (and George Lucas, Gene Roddenberry and so many, many more), one of them has to be Forbidden Planet. One of the most American SF movies ever, directed by Fred M. Wilcox and starring Walter Pidgeon, Anne Francis and Leslie Nielsen,Continue reading Webfinds: The Forbidden Planet the Movie Facebook Group