Sam Glanzman Finishes His Final USS Stevens Story Before His 91st Birthday


Is Sam Glanzman the oldest currently working comic book artist in the industry right now. Either way, he has just finished writing, penciling and inking what he is calling his final USS Stevens story.

It is is four page story in the tradition of the earliest USS Stevens stories he did in the 1970s for DC Comics. And here's a preview of that artwork, before it is coloured and lettered..


Glanzman first created stories set on the USS Stevens for DC Comics in the seventies, before creating a number of longer graphic novellas for Marvel Comics as A Sailor's Story. And they are all to be collected by Dover Books in an upcoming volume.

This story, created decades after his originals, will be included in the upcoming USS Stevens collection and is intended to act as the perfect ending to his stories.


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