Archive for: Harvey Kurtzman

Thunderjet! Revisited!

This story is based on fact…The story of a mission, as near to the truth as we can make it!

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The Comics Journal and Eddie Campbell: In Defense of Shit and Poor Logic

The EC war comics; still not all that.

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Freedom

Short reviews of recent comics and books by Rucka/Southworth, Nathan Bulmer, Jane Mai, Tin Can Forest, Harvey Kurtzman and Josh Simmons.

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EC Comics and the Chimera of Memory (Part 2 of 2)

As long as we believe in good, we can’t go wrong!

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EC Comics and the Chimera of Memory (Part 1 of 2)

We should be filled with pity not despair at their ignorance.

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#9: MAD #1-28, Harvey Kurtzman & Will Elder, Wallace Wood, Jack Davis, et al.

Kurtzman’s most famous creation long ago transcended the medium that spawned it, becoming a fixture of American culture and among the most influential sources of comedic humor in the late twentieth century.

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Strange Windows: Keeping up with the Goonses (part 5)

This is part five of our look at comics, cartoons and language– today focusing on the comic book Art by Don Newton and Alfredo Alcala “Jeff and Tom are an item? Isn’t that cradle-robbing?” “Oh, total Batman and Robin, you know.” That same online gay and LGBTglossary consulted in part 4 gives the following definitions: […]

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