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Posted by Sam Kressin in Podcast
In this video I am reading an excerpt from a Gil Kane interview where he comments on the art of his contemporaries, Joe Kubert, Carmine Infantino and Everett Raymond Kinstler. You can read the entire interview here; http://comiczine-fa.com/interviews/gil-kane
This Michael T. Gilbert page is another one of my prized pieces of original art I’ve saved over the years. I found a number Mr. Monster Comics in the back issue bins of a local comic book shop in the late 1980s and loved book. If you are unfamiliar with Mr. Monsters it is an over the top primarily black and white independent comic book from the 1980s about a guy who takes care of business when Monsters show up. Michael T. Gilbert based his character Doc Stearn on a golden age Mr. Monster character who appeared only twice created by a Canadian artist named Fred Kelly who left comics shortly there after and allowed his creation to fall into the public domain.