Tag: Gene Colan

Summer Fun Time Reading ’22!

Summer is nearly upon us here in the Northern Hemisphere and it is, to say the least, an uncertain time. I don’t know what your plans are. Maybe a camping trip. Maybe the beach. Maybe you feel safe traveling for vacation. Maybe you’re just going to the park […]

RIP, Gene Colan

Comics artist Gene Colan has died.  He was best known for his work on Marvel’s The Tomb of Dracula, but he started at DC drawing Namor, the Sub-Mariner and worked with Steve Gerber on Howard the Duck.  The Guardian has an obituary with more on his life and […]

Trapped in a World He Never Made!

Slate‘s Keith Phipps sat through Howard the Duck  and lived to be sad about it. “Howard the Duck, the movie, is as bad as you’ve heard. Actually, it’s worse. But its failings as a film have overshadowed the frequently brilliant 1970s comic book that inspired it.”