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The Lonely War of Capt. Willy Schulz Gets Reprint at Dark Horse
Willy Schultz, by Will Franz and Sam Glanzman, was first published more than 60 years ago, but it will once again be printed by It's Alive! and Dark Horse Comics later this year Billed as one of the most controversial comics of all time, the Kickstarter for the revival by It's Alive! last year explained[...]
Joe and Keith Lansdale Talk Red Range: Pirates of Fireworld, Now on #Kickstarter
Artist Jok, who colored Sam Glanzman's art on It's Alive!'s reprinting of the original graphic novel, will be the artist on the new series The Red Range reprint was the first title Kickstarted after Ford founded It's Alive! in 2016, garnering over $19,000 in pledges. Bleeding Cool spoke with Joe and Keith Lansdale about the new book. – Who is Caleb Range, and what is[...]
It's Alive Brings Back Sam Glanzman's 'Combat' on Kickstarter
It's Alive, Drew Ford's IDW reprint imprint (rimprint?), has revealed its next project on Kickstarter: Sam Glanzman's Combat A press release explains the details: Three issues are being Kickstarted by Eisner-nominated IT'S ALIVE! publisher Drew Ford Two of the three issues have already been successfully Kickstarted, but all three will be available in the new campaign[...]
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In memorium, the late Sam Glanzman's friend and publisher, Drew Ford, has made this four page story available by comic creator and wartime veteran Glanzman, "There Were Tears in Her Eyes", originally published in 9-11: Artists Respond, Vol 2 from DC Comics and Dark Horse Comics, published in 2001, from the original art boards. Yesterday was the[...]
Putting Together A Tribute Book To Sam Glanzman – Your Help Needed
The comics career of Sam Glanzman was recently resurrected and revived by Drew Ford, reprinting his old war comics from Marvel Comics from Dover Comics and commissioning new stories for the IDW comics imprint It's Alive! As a result, at 92 years old, it is likely that Glanzman became the oldest comic book writer and[...]
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[...]
President George Bush Writes To Sam Glanzman About A Sailor's Story
Bush has sent a letter to Sam Glanzman, veteran serviceman and creator of the recently reprinted A Sailor's Story, originally published by Marvel Comics. This was the cover letter sent to its new publisher Dover Publications.     He enclosed another sealed envelope with a letter to Sam… Former President George H W[...]
A Fully Restored Sam Glanzman Story From Next Year's USS Stevens Collection
The reissue of A Sailor's Story by Sam Glanzman from Dover Books Brooks talked about how inspiring it was when he first read it as a boy and saw a direct line from that book to his other work, especially Harlem Hellfighters. Well, here is a look at Dover Books' follow-up collection, USS Stevens, by Sam[...]
Laying Out A Sailor's Story
Ahead of Dover Publications collecting and rereleasing Sam Glanzman's A Sailors Story, originally published as two early Marvel Comics graphic novels, here's the new cover above, and below ten layouts if pages from a never-published USS Stevens story by Glanzman, initially planned for Marvel's Savage Tales Vol 2, but the comic was cancelled before the[...]
A Sailor's Story Is Joined By The Bozz Chronicles As Dover Books Excavate The Eighties
We reported on the weekend about Dover Books republishing a long-lost series of Marvel graphic novels, A Sailor's Story, by Sam Glanzman, with a never before seen ten page story and foreword and introductions from Larry Hama and Max Brooks. To support that, the publisher has created a page celebrating Glanzman's life Now eighty-nine years old,[...]