Al Feldstein Archives

Sunny #13 (Fox, 1948)
Al Feldstein is best known for his legendary association with EC Comics, as a writer, artist, and editor on a wide variety of material, and as the editor of Mad from 1956 to 1985.  But before then, he made his mark on a tried and true comics genre staple of a different kind.  In 1947,[...]
Shock SuspenStories #6 (EC, 1952)
And there's a historic story behind that cover to match: the cover story by Wood, Bill Gaines, and Al Feldstein is a forceful condemnation of hate groups in America As Steven Spielberg noted in the 2017 Shock SuspenStories collection containing this issue, "For the first time, Gaines attacked subjects like racial and religious prejudice" in[...]
WandaVision Gets New Comics Creator Credits - But Why?
Then there were special thanks to; Brian Michael Bendis, John Cassaday, Olivier Coipel, Steve Englehart, David Finch,  Richard Howell, Tom King, Rick Leonardi, Bill Mantlo, Gabriel Hernandez Walta, Joss Whedon, Al Feldstein, Joe Maneely, John Romita, Jr,  Jim Steranko, Roger Stern. That sees the addition of Al Feldstein, Joe Maneely, John Romita, Jr,  Jim Steranko and Roger Stern[...]
IDW To Collect Al Feldstein's Junior And Sunny
IDW Publishing is collecting together the historic comic series created, written and illustrated by artist/writer/editor Al Feldstein prior to going to work for E.C Comics The Complete Junior and Sunny collects the series that ran from 1947 to 1948 and is described as: a young Betty Page type meeting up with a 1940's typical-teenage type like[...]
Al Feldstein, 28 Year Editor Of Mad Magazine, Passes Away
AP reported this evening that Al Feldstein, the legendary 28-year editor of Mad Magazine passed away in Montana at the age of 88 on Tuesday Feldstein assumed leadership of Mad in 1956 following in the footsteps of Harvey Kurtzman, and during his tenure mainstays of Mad's burgeoning popularity included Spy vs Spy, Snappy Answers to[...]