The history of Image and more

2830531690103652431S600x600Q85 The history of Image and more
While we were out of it, we should have just posted this single link which should have kept everyone busy for a whole day: Part Six of Jay Allen Sanford ‘s lavishly illustrated history of comics in San Diego. In this episode:

1 – The Birth of Image Comics

2 – Pacific Comics: The inside story of a legendary local comic book company (including a history of indie comics and the Creator’s Rights revolution)

3 – RIP Dave Stevens, famous former neighbor who created the Rocketeer

4 – Don’t Fear the Funnies: A history of censorship in comics

5 – The New Kids On The Block VS Revolutionary Comics – illustrated by Superman/Supergirl artist Stuart Immonen


Sanford was the publisher of Rock and Roll comics back in the day, and he has a pretty ground-level view, even if some would dispute parts of it. Well worth a thorough read.

Comments

  1. Katie Moody says:

    This is fascinating; I started reading this article last night and couldn’t stop. San Diego Reader, I blame you for my 2am bedtime.

  2. He even made mention of me and my Deposit Man book buried somewhere in those articles.

    I’m a bona fide former San Diego resident comic book celebrity all thanks to Jay!

    ~

    Coat

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