Bronze Age Grad School

Reaction Paper #12: On ‘Kirby: King of Comics’

This time out, Bronze Age Grad School curls up with Mark Evanier’s Kirby: King of Comics, an insider’s look at the career of Jack Kirby. (Editor’s note: This is #12 of a 17-part series.) [More]

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Reaction Paper #11: On Comic Book Artist Vol. 2 #2’s look at Star#Reach

Bronze Age Grad School checks out as special section in Comic Book Artist Vol. 2, #2, dedicated to upstart publisher Mike Friedrich and his company, Star*Reach. (Editor’s note: This is #11 of a 17-part series.) [More]

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Reaction Paper #10: On Comic Book Artist #16’s look at Atlas (Seaboard)

Bronze Age Grad School checks out Comic Book Artist #16, a themed issue dedicated to upstart ’70s publisher Atlas (Seaboard). (Editor’s note: This is #10 of a 17-part series.) [More]

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Reaction Paper #9: On Comic Book Artist #12’s look at Charlton’s Bronze Age

Bronze Age Grad School returns with a look at Comic Book Artist #12, a themed issue dedicated to the Charlton Comics of the 1970s. (Editor’s note: This is #9 of a 17-part series.) [More]

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Reaction Paper #8: On ‘The Marvel Vault’

Bronze Age Grad School ends its week of looking at histories about the “Big Two” comics publishers with some quality time inside Roy Thomas and Peter Sanderson’s “The Mavel Vault.” [More]

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Reaction Paper #7: On ‘Marvel Chronicle’

The House of Ideas remains in the spotlight as Bronze Age Grad School takes a look at 2008’s Marvel Chronicle. [More]

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Reaction Paper #6: On ‘Marvel: Five Fabulous Decades of the World’s Greatest Comics’

A second Les Daniels volume is on the Bronze Age Grad School reading list: Marvel: Five Fabulous Decades of the World’s Greatest Comics. [More]

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Reaction Paper #5: ‘DC Comics: A Celebration of the World’s Favorite Comic Book Heroes’

Bronze Age Grad School returns this week with a look at histories about the “Big Two” publishers, Marvel and DC. First up: DC Comics: A Celebration of the World’s Favorite Comic Book Heroes by Les Daniels. [More]

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Reaction Paper #4: On ‘From Aargh! to Zap!: Harvey Kurtzman’s Visual History of the Comics’

Bronze Age Grad School continues with a look at a brief history volume from one of the comic medium’s great masters: From Aargh! to Zap!: Harvey Kurtzman’s Visual History of the Comics. [More]

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Reaction Paper #3: On ‘Great American Comic Books’

The third installment of Bronze Age Grad School takes a look at Roger Goulart’s Great American Comic Books, a well-done general history of the industry. [More]

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