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Friday, July 27, 2012
My Take On: The Untold Origins Of Invisible Scarlet O'Neil
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Topic: Comic Books - New


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Michael D Hamersky On Comics Presents His Take On:
The Untold Origins Of Invisible Scarlet O'Neil! 

TODAY'S FEATURE IS BLOG #3688 -   Well... Here's yet another comic book that I found recently from our five days at the 2012 Comic-Con International: San Diego, (aka San Diego Comic Con or SDCC). 

That comic is 'The Untold Origins Of Invisible Scarlet O'Neil'.  Truth be told, I hadn't heard of this comic strip / comic book character before meeting Michael A Gordon at his booth at the Comic-Con!

Here's the Wikipedia entry for the history of the comic strip.

Okay... Back?

Here's what this comic book is about per the publisher's promo:

"As part of the (web site's) launch, a 32-page history entitled The Untold History of Invisible Scarlet O’Neil will be available for sale on line. This first-ever official history features previously-unpublished artwork, photos, and exclusive historical information not available anywhere else. It was compiled by Atlanta-based Atlantis Studios, a well-known sequential art studio that is also working with Russ Stamm, Jr. on a new graphic novel retelling of Invisible Scarlet O’Neil’s classic adventures.

“By the time I was born in 1946 my father was already a well known syndicated cartoonist and his feature character, Scarlet O’Neil, was six years old”, said Russ Stamm, Jr. in a recent interview, “I was fortunate to watch my father at work and see the dedication, energy, and love he put into his art. It is my hope that through this website a new generation can enjoy his work, and get a preview of what she’ll look like in her new incarnation!”

Okay... Here's 'My Take' on this comic book:

Front Cover - Like I said above, I hadn't heard of this comic strip / comic book character before seeing Michael A Gordon at his booth... And I'm sure that most of the readers of this blog haven't either!  So this is a really good intro page for those finding out about the 'Invisible Scarlet O'Neil' for the first time!  With the character prominently shown on the front cover, in front of comic strips of her past.

Inside Front Cover -  Which is 'A Brief Introduction from Russell A Stamm Jr., son of the creator of the invisible Scarlet O'Neil'!   This is a good intro, and helps set up the issue.

Splash Page -  I must tell you, that even though this is printed in comic book format and size, it truly isn't a comic book!  It has a lot of text with photos / comic strips / etc. on each page.  So the 'splash page' asks:  'Who Was The Invisible Scarlet O'Neil?'.  A good start!

Interior Pages - More on 'Invisible Scarlet O'Neil'!  Her past history and her now current day history... Because the last three interior pages are from the new graphic novel, which I have yet to read, and hopefully will be interested enough to review blog!

Inside Back Cover - 'A Word of thanks', which is an acknowledgment to those that helped put together the info that this special issue covers.

Back Cover - A picture of the then upcoming graphic novel!

So... For me, this special issue had it all!  The origin, the history, and the fact that there is a graphic novel in the works at the time of the printing of this comic book.

My rating for this comic book issue?  A Near Mint  (NM) 9.4 out of a possible 10.0 comic book grading scale.  Thanks to Michael A Gordon for bringing this issue to my attention at his booth at the 2012 Comic-Con International: San Diego!

You can find this item, along with the graphic novel at the Invisible Scarlet O'Neil web site.

And don't forget to 'Like' the Facebook fan page for the Invisible Scarlet O'Neil!

Plus don't miss checking out the American comic books on Invisible Scarlet O'Neil at the Grand Comics Database!  Yes, Harvey Comics published it from December of 1950 - April of 1951!

Oh, and here is a video that was created to promote the comic book!

And finally, the features that Invisible Scarlet O'Neil appeared in comic books... There are more than what you think there would be, at this link!

~ Michael


NOTE FROM Michael D Hamersky On ComicsMy thanks again to all of YOU reading this blog and our archived blog posts, now at 3,688 total posts in number!   I do appreciate your continued reading and support of this Blog!

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Note:  My online 'Loca8' 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, including the book 'Gotham City 14 Miles' that I am shown holding to the left. I'm 1 of 14 essayists in that book! !     

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