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Roy Thomas from Marvel Comics wrote a 3-issue story arc ( issue numbers 7, 8 & 9 from the Original Marvel series ) Star Wars story based on The Seven Samurai / Magnificent Seven plot.
Prior to working in the film industry, the Wachowskis wrote comic books for Marvel Comics ' Razorline imprint, namely Ectokid ( created by horror novelist Clive Barker ) in 1993 as well as writing for Epic Comics ' Clive Barker's Hellraiser and Clive Barker's Nightbreed comic series.
In 1940, he joined Will Eisner's studio, where he wrote and drew for the Quality Comics line.
Don Rosa wrote and drew a story regarding the origin of the Junior Woodchucks Guidebook, " Guardians of the Lost Library ", which Comics Buyer's Guide mentioned as possibly the greatest comic book story of all time.
During his career writing for DC Comics, Fox also wrote novels and short stories under a variety of male and female pseudonyms for a number of publishers, including Ace, Gold Metal, Tower, Belmont, Dodd Mead, Hillman, Pocket Library, Pyramid Books and Signet Books.
In 1939, Fox co-created ( with artist Bert Christman ) the character of the Sandman, a gasmask-wearing costumed crime-fighter whose first appearance in Adventure Comics # 40 ( July 1939 ) was pre-empted by an appearance in New York World's Fair Comics ( for which Fox also wrote a Zatara story ).
" For approximately three years ( 1947 – 50 ), Fox wrote for EC Comics, including scripts and text pieces which appeared in the famous The Crypt of Terror, The Vault of Horror and Weird Fantasy titles, as well as in the lesser-known Gunfighter, Happy Houlihans, Moon Girl, Saddle Justice and the new trend title Valor, among others.
Throughout the 1950s, Fox also wrote stories for Avon Comics, most notably tales of " Crom the Barbarian ", and of " Kenton of the Star Patrol.
In the early 1950s, Fox wrote Vigilante in Action Comics, as well as Western stories in the pages of Western Comics and sci-fi stories for DC's Mystery in Space and Strange Adventures.
Cole's story " Murder, Morphine and Me ", which he illustrated and possibly wrote for publisher Magazine Village's True Crime Comics # 2 ( May, 1947 ), became a centerpiece of psychiatrist Dr. Fredric Wertham's crusade against violent comic books.
During development of the game, William Messner-Loebs and Dan Barry wrote a Dark Horse Comics series based on Barwood's and Falstein's story, then titled Indiana Jones and the Keys to Atlantis.
Several years later Evanier began writing foreign comic books for the Walt Disney Studio Program, then from 1972 to 1976 wrote scripts for Gold Key Comics, along with comics for the Edgar Rice Burroughs estate.
For many years, Evanier wrote a regular column, " Point of View ", for Comics Buyer's Guide.
His first script was for Gold Key Comics (" Flatfood Duck " Daffy Duck # 112 1977 ), done just after graduating from college ( it would be a decade before he wrote any other comics ).
In the earliest Archie Comics, Archie wrote to her asking her to a dance in Riverdale.
His next Vertigo project-the post-apocalyptic series Deadenders ( 2000 – 01 )-ran for 16 issues while Brubaker wrote for both Batman and Detective Comics for parent-company DC.
In Adventure Comics # 346 ( July 1966 ), Jim Shooter, 14 years old at the time, wrote his first Legion story.
Comics, especially the crime / horror titles pioneered by EC Comics, were not lacking in gruesome images ; Wertham reproduced these extensively, pointing out what he saw as recurring morbid themes such as " injury to the eye " ( as depicted in Plastic Man creator Jack Cole's " Murder, Morphine and Me ", which he illustrated and probably wrote for publisher Magazine Village's True Crime Comics Vol.
Comics writer and columnist Steve Grant wrote in 2009 that,

Comics and Capp
( Siegel and Shuster had earlier poked fun at Capp in a Superman story in Action Comics # 55, December 1942, in which a cartoonist named " Al Hatt " invents a comic strip featuring the hillbilly " Tiny Rufe.
Milton Caniff offered another anecdote ( from Phi Beta Pogo, 1989 ) involving Capp and Walt Kelly, " two boys from Bridgeport, Connecticut, nose to nose ," onstage at a meeting of the Newspaper Comics Council in the sixties.
* Capp, Al, Saturday Review of Literature ( March 20, 1948 ) " The Case for the Comics "
* Goldstein, Kalman, " Al Capp and Walt Kelly: Pioneers of Political and Social Satire in the Comics " from Journal of Popular Culture ; Vol.
* Capp, Al, Al Capp's Li ' l Abner: The Frazetta Years — 4 volumes ( 2003 – 2004 ) Dark Horse Comics
Adams later said that writer Elliot Caplin, brother of Al Capp and Jerry Capp, offered Adams the job of drawing a comic strip based on author Robin Moore's The Green Berets, but that Adams, who opposed the war, suggested longtime DC Comics war-comics artist Joe Kubert, who landed that assignment.
By the time EC Comics published Mad # 1, Capp had been doing Fearless Fosdick for nearly a decade.
It was partly inspired by his apprenticeship days working for Al Capp and his brother Elliot Caplin at Toby Press, which published Shmoo Comics in the late 1940s.
* Capp, Al, Saturday Review of Literature ( March 20, 1948 ) " The Case for the Comics "
* Goldstein, Kalman, " Al Capp and Walt Kelly: Pioneers of Political and Social Satire in the Comics " from Journal of Popular Culture ; Vol.
* Capp, Al, Al Capp's Li ' l Abner: The Frazetta Years — 4 volumes ( 2003 – 2004 ) Dark Horse Comics
" Capp is at his allegorical best in the epics of the Shmoos, and later, the Kigmies ," wrote comic strip historian Jerry Robinson ( in The Comics: An Illustrated History of Comic Strip Art, 1974 ).
There was also a separate line of comic books, Al Capp's Shmoo Comics ( featuring Washable Jones ), published by the Capp family-owned Toby Press. Comics historian and Li ' l Abner expert Denis Kitchen recently edited a complete collection of all five original Shmoo Comics, from 1949 and 1950.
* Al Capp Studios, Al Capp's Shmoo Comics ( 1949 – 1950 ) 5 issues ( Toby Press )
* Capp, Al, Al Capp's Li ' l Abner: The Frazetta Years-4 volumes ( 2003, 2004 ) Dark Horse Comics
During his twenties, he worked for Al Capp and his brother Elliott Caplin at the Capp family-owned Toby Press, which published Al Capp's Shmoo Comics, among other titles.

Comics and 1970
In October 1970, DC briefly retired the circular logo in favor of a simple " DC " in a rectangle with the name of the title, or the star of the book ; the logo on many issues of Action Comics, for example, read " DC Superman.
* The 1970 Walt Disney Comics Digest included Kit Carson.
Later, in San Francisco in 1970, I was asked to contribute a few pages to Real Pulp Comics # 1, edited by cartoonist Roger Brand.
* The Jetsons # 1 – 36 ( Gold Key Comics, January 1963 – October 1970 )
* The Jetsons # 1 – 20 ( Charlton Comics, November 1970 – December 1973 ); 100-page no-number issue
Introduced in Adventure Comics # 397 ( September 1970 ).
Gold Key Comics produced an adaptation of Beneath the Planet of the Apes in 1970.
First, the team's stories were moved to Action Comics for issues # 377 – 392 ( June 1969 – September 1970 ).
* Marc Guggenheim ( born 1970 ), American television writer-producer and writer for Marvel Comics and DC Comics
Garth Ennis ( born 16 January 1970 ) is a Northern Irish comics writer, best known for the Vertigo series Preacher with artist Steve Dillon and his successful nine-year run on Marvel Comics ' Punisher franchise.
* Charlton Comics produced a comic book that ran 10 issues from July 1970 to January 1972.
His international acclaim came as the original artist for Marvel Comics ’ Conan the Barbarian from 1970 to 1973, where he rapidly evolved a sophisticated and intricate style, introducing elements from diverse artistic influences to graphic storytelling.
His creation was unleashed in 1970 in Coochy Cooty Men's Comics and ZAP Comix # 5 and is still alive today in Williams ' oil paintings.
He first appeared in Detective Comics # 400 ( June 1970 ) and was created by Frank Robbins and Neal Adams.
Category: Comics characters introduced in 1970
Category: Comics characters introduced in 1970
Category: Comics characters introduced in 1970
* The Yellow Kid Award, Cartoonist of the Year, International Congress of Comics, Lucca, Italy, 1970
* Coochy Cooty Men's Comics ( 1970 )
AC Comics was founded as Paragon Publications in 1969, though its first recorded titles — Paragon Presents and White Savage — weren't released until 1970.
Kubert, who also edited the DC Comics line of war comics at the time, decided that the character was interesting enough to be featured in his own series, which began some years later in Star Spangled War Stories, running from # 151 ( June – July 1970 ) to # 204 ( February 1977 ).
Category: Comics characters introduced in 1970
Category: Comics characters introduced in 1970

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