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Tuesday, June 4, 2013
Spotlight On Michael Gallagher!
Mood:  caffeinated
Topic: Comic Book Writers
                                        
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 TODAY'S FEATURE IS BLOG #3874 -    Today I'm blogging about being on vacation in Sedona, Arizona this past November of 2012.
 
This past weekend, I came across an item that I picked up during our trip back there.  Actually it was signed and given to me at a shop in Jerome, Arizona, which is about 45 minutes Southwest of Sedona.  
 
Tina and I had decided to head South for the day, and covered a few of our favorite wineries, and discovered a couple of new ones, including two in Jerome. 
 
We were walking the town, which is on top of a very high hill, when I came across 'The Wary Buffalo' shop, as seen at the top left of this blog.
 
Inside the shop, I came across this spinner rack, (top right photo), and read the placard on it.  It turned out that the co-owner of the shop was none other than Michael Gallagher, (shown in the photo to the right with me), whose name I recalled from a few comics I had read during the past years.  Including Alf, the Flintstone Kids, Galactic Guardians, Mighty Mouse, comics for Archie, and Harvey Comics and others that are mentioned in the Grand Comics Database. (Upon checking online, I find that he has written 600 stories for comic books!)
 
We got to talking about the comics industry, and who we both knew.  It appears that Michael has been writing comic book stories since 1980, and has continued to do so through at least 2012. 
 
We had just a short visit, as our time was limited, it was near the end of the day, and I wanted to get back down the hill before dark.  However, it was great meeting Michael in person, during our vacation trip in Jerome.
 
If you find yourself in the Sedona / Jerome area of Arizona, stop in and see Michael at his shop. There are quite a few great pop culture collectibles and antiques in The Wary Buffalo at Jerome, Arizona!  Including Popeye!
  
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NOTE FROM Michael D Hamersky On ComicsMy thanks again to all of YOU reading this blog and our archived blog posts, now at 3,874 total posts in number!   I do appreciate your continued reading and support of this Blog!

BTW, You can 'follow' this blog by clicking the 'Follow' Button at this NetworkedBlogs app link!   Thanks to ALL of YOU that have already clicked that button!  And for those of YOU that haven't yet... I would appreciate it if YOU would!!!

Note:  My online 'Local' Comic Book Shop (LCBS), carries many different genres of comics, magazines, graphic novels, and comic con promotional items. Possibly even copies of the item(s) that was mentioned here today...!  If I have it, you'll find under the BIG TOP of Comics, at Comic Books Circus.com!     

Web Page Note:  This blog post is written per the IE Browser standards.  Chrome, Safari, Netscape, Firefox and the other browsers serve the page up slightly differently, sorry about that!  The screen display resolution is best seen at the setting of 1024 x 768 on your laptop or desktop computer.  Note:  Your computer's resoulution may be set differently, but the above resolution is the most commonly used resolution at the time of this blog post. 

NOTE: All images and characters within this blog post are copyright and trademark their respective owners.

Comics Creators: If you are breaking into, or already work in the comic book industry or other pop culture productions, you are welcome to email or mail us press releases, news items, and updates that you feel would be of interest to our blog readers. Including YOUR own works! To mail printed items to us for possible review, send to:  Make It So Marketing Inc., PO Box 130653, Carlsbad, CA 92013

 Also, if you are a Facebook member, I would have liked you to send me a 'Friend Request'. However, I have reached the maximum limit of 5,000 Facebook Friends and Fan pages already, so I've added a New 'Facebook Fan Page' so that even more of YOU can 'Like' what I am doing, and be interactive with me and others there.  Here is the link to that 'Facebook Fan Page': Michael D Hamersky On Comics! Please click the 'Like' button on that page!
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Thursday, April 4, 2013
Passing of George Gladir... Co-Creator of Sabrina the Teenage Witch
Mood:  sad
Topic: Comic Book Writers
                                        
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 George Gladir
April 3rd of 2013

  
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TODAY'S FEATURE IS BLOG #3825 -    I just saw the mention of George Gladir's passing this morning...

I had last seen George at the 2012 San Diego Comic Fest, and stopped to say hi to him at his table, (as pictured above).

Although he started off as a cartoonist... George was primarily known as an Archie Comics scripter, and he co-created Sabrina the Teenage Witch along with artist Dan DeCarlo.

He actually started as a comics writer back in 1959, writing one page stories for Archie Comics.

Sabrina first appeared in  Archie's Mad House #22 (Oct. 1962).

George also wrote for 'Cracked' magazine in the early 1960s, becoming its head writer. 

During the 2007 Comic-Con Interantional in San Diego, George received the Bill Finger Award for Excellence in Comic Book Writing.

I've seen George at a few conventions over the years.  He was always a quiet guy at his table or on a panel when I saw him.  A really nice guy. 

Here is a link to his comic book credits, (almost 2,300 of them!).  Please note that many of his earliest stories are uncredited in the actual comic books.

George was in his eighties when he passed away. 

My condolences to his family and friends.

~ Michael

 

 


NOTE FROM Michael D Hamersky On ComicsMy thanks again to all of YOU reading this blog and our archived blog posts, now at 3,825 total posts in number!   I do appreciate your continued reading and support of this Blog!

BTW, You can 'follow' this blog by clicking the 'Follow' Button at this NetworkedBlogs app link!   Thanks to ALL of YOU that have already clicked that button!  And for those of YOU that haven't yet... I would appreciate it if YOU would!!!

Note:  My online 'Local' Comic Book Shop (LCBS), carries many different genres of comics, magazines, graphic novels, and comic con promotional items. Possibly even copies of the item(s) that was mentioned here today...!  If I have it, you'll find under the BIG TOP of Comics, at Comic Books Circus.com!     

Web Page Note:  This blog post is written per the IE Browser standards.  Chrome, Safari, Netscape, Firefox and the other browsers serve the page up slightly differently, sorry about that!  The screen display resolution is best seen at the setting of 1024 x 768 on your laptop or desktop computer.  Note:  Your computer's resoulution may be set differently, but the above resolution is the most commonly used resolution at the time of this blog post. 

NOTE: All images and characters within this blog post are copyright and trademark their respective owners.

Comics Creators: If you are breaking into, or already work in the comic book industry or other pop culture productions, you are welcome to email or mail us press releases, news items, and updates that you feel would be of interest to our blog readers. Including YOUR own works! To mail printed items to us for possible review, send to:  Make It So Marketing Inc., PO Box 130653, Carlsbad, CA 92013

 Also, if you are a Facebook member, I would have liked you to send me a 'Friend Request'. However, I have reached the maximum limit of 5,000 Facebook Friends and Fan pages already, so I've added a New 'Facebook Fan Page' so that even more of YOU can 'Like' what I am doing, and be interactive with me and others there.  Here is the link to that 'Facebook Fan Page': Michael D Hamersky On Comics! Please click the 'Like' button on that page!
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In Addition, I started a YouTube Channel just before the 2011 Comic-Con International, where I am slowly uploading videos from conventions or other events that we attend that are also pop culture related.  You are invited to 'subscribe' to that channel also!  As found at 'HamerskyOnComics'!
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Friday, February 22, 2013
Contemplating On Flo Steinberg...
Mood:  caffeinated
Topic: Comic Book Writers
                                        
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Flo Steinberg
 
Marvel Comics' Gal Friday & More!
 
 
 
 
  
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TODAY'S FEATURE IS BLOG #3798 -    I have been reading a collection of Alter Ego magazines that I purchased at the San Diego Comic Con International a while back.

While going through the issues, I've run across some names of persons I haven't thought of for a while...

One of those was Fabulous Flo Steinberg!

She is shown at the top right of this blog post circa that era.

Flo was sent by a temp agency in New York City in March of 1963 to Marvel Comics, when a 25 year old Flo was looking for a job. 

Stan Lee had been running the Marvel Comics division of Magazine Management in a small office.  He needed help.  Help in the way of what was then called a 'Gal Friday'.  Flo fit that bill and worked there for several years.

Matter of fact, it was Flo who was the third voice on the flexi-record that I received after sending in my dollar to the ol M.M.M.S.  (Merry Marvel Marching Society).  Here's a link to the audio that you can listen to, with Stan, Flo, Jack, Sol, Stan G, Artie Simek, Sam Rosen, Chic Stone, Wally Wood, Dick Ayers, Don Heck, and others.  I wore that record out listening to it so much!

Flo only quit after not receiving a $5 week raise in 1968, after working at Marvel Comics for 5 years. She was sad about it, but went on.  Indeed, she even published a comic book herself, titled 'Big Apple Comix', in 1975!

Flo had moved out to San Francisco in 1970, and ended up in the state of Oregon.  Later she came back to New York, working for Captain Company, which was the mail order division of the Warren Publishing Company.

Others at Marvel remembered Flo with a lot of good feelings about her.  As a matter of fact, Flo was included in the Fantastic Four in What If? issue #11 from 1978 that Jack Kirby scripted and penciled!  Flo was the Invisible Woman, while Jack was the Thing, Stan Lee was Mr. Fantastic, and Sol Brodsky was the Torch.  Great little story there, in case you haven't read it yet!  The front cover is shown at the top of this blog post.

I remember Flo's name being mentioned a few times in Marvel Comics during that early to late 1960s period, usually in the Bullpen Bulletins sections.  I unfortunately never got to meet her at a convention.  I do know that she was a panel at the 2007 New York Comic Con with Ralph Macchio, Stan Lee, Joe Sinnott, and Gene Colan.

Here's the link to Flo's Wikipedia entry.

Here's the link to Flo's Grand Comics Database entry.

~ Michael

 


NOTE FROM Michael D Hamersky On ComicsMy thanks again to all of YOU reading this blog and our archived blog posts, now at 3,798 total posts in number!   I do appreciate your continued reading and support of this Blog!

BTW, You can 'follow' this blog by clicking the 'Follow' Button at this NetworkedBlogs app link!   Thanks to ALL of YOU that have already clicked that button!  And for those of YOU that haven't yet... I would appreciate it if YOU would!!!

Note:  My online 'Local' Comic Book Shop (LCBS), carries many different genres of comics, magazines, graphic novels, and comic con promotional items. Possibly even copies of the item(s) that was mentioned here today...!  If I have it, you'll find under the BIG TOP of Comics, at Comic Books Circus.com!     

Web Page Note:  This blog post is written per the IE Browser standards.  Chrome, Safari, Netscape, Firefox and the other browsers serve the page up slightly differently, sorry about that!  The screen display resolution is best seen at the setting of 1024 x 768 on your laptop or desktop computer.  Note:  Your computer's resoulution may be set differently, but the above resolution is the most commonly used resolution at the time of this blog post. 

NOTE: All images and characters within this blog post are copyright and trademark their respective owners.

Comics Creators: If you are breaking into, or already work in the comic book industry or other pop culture productions, you are welcome to email or mail us press releases, news items, and updates that you feel would be of interest to our blog readers. Including YOUR own works! To mail printed items to us for possible review, send to:  Make It So Marketing Inc., PO Box 130653, Carlsbad, CA 92013

 Also, if you are a Facebook member, I would have liked you to send me a 'Friend Request'. However, I have reached the maximum limit of 5,000 Facebook Friends and Fan pages already, so I've added a New 'Facebook Fan Page' so that even more of YOU can 'Like' what I am doing, and be interactive with me and others there.  Here is the link to that 'Facebook Fan Page': Michael D Hamersky On Comics! Please click the 'Like' button on that page!
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In Addition, I started a YouTube Channel just before the 2011 Comic-Con International, where I am slowly uploading videos from conventions or other events that we attend that are also pop culture related.  You are invited to 'subscribe' to that channel also!  As found at 'HamerskyOnComics'!
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Thursday, February 21, 2013
Contemplating On Roy Thomas...
Mood:  caffeinated
Topic: Comic Book Writers
                                        
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Roy Thomas
 
Comic Book Writer 1965 - Present
 
 
 
 
  
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TODAY'S FEATURE IS BLOG #3797 -    I have been reading a collection of Alter Ego magazines that I purchased at the San Diego Comic Con International. 

The magazine is Roy Thomas' volume 3 of the magazine and is published by TwoMorrows Publishing.

I just finished reading issue #50 (cover dated July 2005), which celebrated 40 Years Since Modeling With Millie #44, the first Marvel Comic that Roy worked on!

In that same issue of Alter Ego were other articles, all on Roy's 40 years in the comics industry.

Now this was a magazine that needs to be shared with others!

Roy was interviewed by Jim Amash in the article titled"Roy The Boy" In the Marvel Age of Comics. A wealth of information was presented, including Roy's thoughts on persons that were working there in 1965 when he first came to the company, after working at DC Comics for about two weeks!

I was really pleased reading this article, and the other flip side of the magazine.  Well worth the cost of the magazine!

Which got me to thinking... I haven't really blogged about Roy Thomas in this Blog before.  Sure, I've posted a few pics of him, but as for a full fledged blog post... no.

Here's Roy's Wikipedia entry so you can see Roy's background.

I knew Roy was a little older than me, he was born November 22nd of 1940.  He was first involved in comics fandom, and was part of the first Alter Ego run of issues.

In 1965 he was given an offer to work for DC Comics in New York City.  He was there for almost two weeks, when he realized that he had made a mistake in accepting the offer.  He took a writer's test with Stan Lee at Marvel Comics and joined them.  He stayed from 1965 to 1980!  After that he went back to DC Comics, and then in later years worked for independent comic companies. Today he is the Editor of Alter Ego magazine, now with over 100 issues in volume three of the mag, and writes in other industries as well as comics.

That would make Roy 'The Boy' 72 years old... Whew!   I knew I was getting older, but still...

Well, Stan 'The Man' Lee just turned 90 in December...

Anyways, the title of this blog post is 'Reflecting on Roy Thomas...', so I'll get back to Roy.

It seemed to me, back in the mid 1960s, that Stan would start a comic book, and then turn it over to Roy.  For the most part, that was okay with me, as Stan developed a lot of comic books, and couldn't keep up.  Which is why they had 'the Marvel Style' of producing comics. See this link as to the two main different style of producing comics.

It was Roy's influence at Marvel that led to that company obtaining the license to publish Conan the Barbarian comics.  Which I found the early issues to be great!

Roy was the first Editor-In-Chief after Stan Lee, from 1972-74.  This was a period of growing pains for Marvel Comics, and Roy went back to writing.

I found his fondness for the 1940s era to be amusing, as I enjoyed his 'The Invaders' comic book title to be pretty good.  I didn't follow Roy to DC Comics, so I missed a lot of his work there...

Here's a link to Roy's comic book credits at Grand Comics Database. You'll see a lot of titles there where Roy worked on a series.  With over 11,000 credits to his name! Whew!

After Roy joined Marvel Comics, there seemed to be a gradual increase in the number of writers there.  I saw less and less of his work, as the Marvel Universe expanded.

After 1980, when Roy left for DC, I just didn't see anything by him, as I wasn't reading DC Comics at that time.

Of course in later years, I read some of the indie comics he was writing, including Xena: Warrior Princess for Topps Comics.

Over the years, I've run into Roy at several San Diego Comic Con International events, and gotta say... That Roy is a really nice guy!  I look forward to see what he has coming next!

Here's a link to other posts I've included Roy in...

Here's a link to the Alter Ego Magazines that I have listed for sale.

 ~ Michael

 


NOTE FROM Michael D Hamersky On ComicsMy thanks again to all of YOU reading this blog and our archived blog posts, now at 3,797 total posts in number!   I do appreciate your continued reading and support of this Blog!

BTW, You can 'follow' this blog by clicking the 'Follow' Button at this NetworkedBlogs app link!   Thanks to ALL of YOU that have already clicked that button!  And for those of YOU that haven't yet... I would appreciate it if YOU would!!!

Note:  My online 'Local' Comic Book Shop (LCBS), carries many different genres of comics, magazines, graphic novels, and comic con promotional items. Possibly even copies of the item(s) that was mentioned here today...!  If I have it, you'll find under the BIG TOP of Comics, at Comic Books Circus.com!     

Web Page Note:  This blog post is written per the IE Browser standards.  Chrome, Safari, Netscape, Firefox and the other browsers serve the page up slightly differently, sorry about that!  The screen display resolution is best seen at the setting of 1024 x 768 on your laptop or desktop computer.  Note:  Your computer's resoulution may be set differently, but the above resolution is the most commonly used resolution at the time of this blog post. 

NOTE: All images and characters within this blog post are copyright and trademark their respective owners.

Comics Creators: If you are breaking into, or already work in the comic book industry or other pop culture productions, you are welcome to email or mail us press releases, news items, and updates that you feel would be of interest to our blog readers. Including YOUR own works! To mail printed items to us for possible review, send to:  Make It So Marketing Inc., PO Box 130653, Carlsbad, CA 92013

 Also, if you are a Facebook member, I would have liked you to send me a 'Friend Request'. However, I have reached the maximum limit of 5,000 Facebook Friends and Fan pages already, so I've added a New 'Facebook Fan Page' so that even more of YOU can 'Like' what I am doing, and be interactive with me and others there.  Here is the link to that 'Facebook Fan Page': Michael D Hamersky On Comics! Please click the 'Like' button on that page!
---------------            
      
In Addition, I started a YouTube Channel just before the 2011 Comic-Con International, where I am slowly uploading videos from conventions or other events that we attend that are also pop culture related.  You are invited to 'subscribe' to that channel also!  As found at 'HamerskyOnComics'!
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Wednesday, December 28, 2011
Happy Birthday to Stan Lee! (The 2011 Blog Card)
Mood:  celebratory
Topic: Comic Book Writers

                                        

Stan Lee, A Happy 89th Birthday! 

(Born December 28th, 1922)

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Photo this column: Stan Lee at the August 1998 Comic-Con International: San Diego, aka San Diego Comic Con, signing my copy of the Comic Book Marketplace #61 that cover featured Stan in July of 1998!
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Top Photo Left Column:  A close up of the Comic Book Marketplace #61 issue, that was cover dated July of 1998.
  

TODAY'S FEATURE - Blog #3572:

It's my annual 'Happy Birthday' Blog Card to Stan Lee! 

Stan turns 89 this year, and is still going strong in the world of comics, as seen at the recent Nuke the Fridge Con held in the City of Industry, California, where I set up a book signing table.  As seen at this special photo album: 2011 Nuke the Fridge Con Photo Album.

In addition, I have Stan Lee meeting Mike Tyson in a video upload as filmed at the same Nuke the Fridge Con, as seen here before the meet, and here during the actual 'duking' it out!

Stan Lee has was the First of those who I've listed as being one of those... "Whom I Am Thankful For", along with Engineer Bill, Sheriff John, Fess Parker, Jack Kirby, Shel Dorf, and Annette Funicello, in my annual Thanksgiving Blog. As seen in this cumulative blog post #3553 from the 2011 Thanksgiving blog

Of course everyone by know should know who Stan Lee is... But if you don't, here's a pretty good background wiki on Stan Lee in the Wikipedia web site.

Plus here's a link to Google, where there are now over 2,700 listing of just this Blog referencing him! 

Talking about numbers... Are you aware that there are over 36,740 credits attributed to Stan Lee at the Grand Comics DataBase, (GCD)?  What a prolific writer Stan has been throughout the years!

I shared one of the photos from the 1998 SDCC above at the top right, and here's another one from 1998 where Stan was signing another of my Fantastic Four comics, which is my favorite title that he co-created years ago back in 1961!

I've been fortunate enough to meet Stan several times during the years, mostly at Southern California comic cons.

The sheer mass of people nowadays at these conventions that want to meet Stan keeps the one-on-one aspect to a bare minimum.  As the recent autograph session at the Nuke the Fridge Con entitled an attendee an opporutunity to have an item autograph signed, and that was about it.  However, Stan, at 88 years of age, didn't take a signing break, but instead kept signing away until the last attendee with an autograph ticket was taken care of!  Now that's Stan (THE MAN!) Lee for ya!

My sincere wishes to Stan to have another great birthday today... And to keep it up!  You are truly loved by your Legions of Fans!

~Michael D Hamersky On Comics!


NOTE FROM THE BLOGGER:

My thanks again to all of YOU reading this blog and our archived blog posts, now at 3,572 total posts in number!   I do appreciate your continued reading and support of this Blog!

BTW, You can 'follow' this blog by clicking the 'Follow' Button at this NetworkedBlogs app link!  We currently have over 2,654 'Followers'!  Thanks to ALL of YOU that have already clicked that button! 

And for those of YOU that haven't yet... I would appreciate it if YOU would!!!

~ Michael D Hamersky

Note:  My online 'Local' Comic Book Shop (LCBS), carries many different genres of comics, magazines, graphic novels, and comic con promotional items. Possibly even copies of the item(s) that was mentioned here today...!

If I have it... You can find it 'Under The Big Top Of Comics' at:  

http://www.ComicBooksCircus.com/ 

Web Page Note:  This blog post is written for the IE Browser standards.  Chrome, Safari, Netscape, Firefox and the other browsers serve the page up differently, sorry about that!

The screen display resolution is best seen at the setting of 1024 x 768 on your laptop or desktop computer.  Note:  Your computer's resoulution may be set differently, but the above resolution is the most commonly used resolution at the time of this blog post. 

NOTE: All images and characters within this blog post are copyright and trademark their respective owners.

Comics Creators: If you are breaking into, or already work in the comic book industry or other pop culture productions, you are welcome to email or mail us press releases, news items, and updates that you feel would be of interest to our blog readers. Including YOUR own works!

To mail printed items to us for possible review, send to:

Make It So Marketing Inc., PO Box 130653, Carlsbad, CA 92013

 Also, if you are a Facebook member, I would have liked you to send me a 'Friend Request'. However, I have reached the maximum limit of 5,000 Facebook Friends and Fan pages already, so I've added a New 'Facebook Fan Page' so that even more of YOU can 'Like' what I am doing, and be interactive with me and others there.  Here is the link to that 'Facebook Fan Page': Michael D Hamersky On Comics! Please click the 'Like' button on that page! 
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