Friday, April 19, 2019

Pop Culture Roundup: Roy Thomas and Captain America; Neal Hefti; TwoMorrows; Black-and-white Conan; Burne Hogarth's Tarzan

ITEM! Legendary comics writer Roy Thomas is penning a Captain America/Invaders one-shot with artist Jerry Ordway in honor of Marvel Comics' 80th anniversary.

ITEM! TwoMorrows Publishing, purveyor of such good mags as The Jack Kirby Collector, Alter-Ego and (my new fave) Retro Fan, is celebrating its 25th anniversary with a Kickstarter history of itself penned by founder John Morrow. You can get hooked up here.

ITEM! Paying homage to the long-running 1970s and 80s mag of the same name, the first collected edition of Marvel's revived Savage Sword of Conan will feature black-and-white art.

ITEM! You may know Neal Hefti best as the guy who composed the 1960s "Batman" TV show them. But he did a lot of other soundtracks, too.

ITEM!  Burne Hogarth's attempt at an early Tarzan graphic novel.

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