(NOTE: I’m sad to update this 2009 interview with the news that author and comics historian Bill Schelly passed away on September 12 2019. He was 67, You can read a little more about Bill in this blog post by Mark Evanier. Rest in piece, Bill. Thanks for gathering so much history for all of us. — Bob Andelman)
Artist’s lines are among the most distinctive in the comic book profession, not in the least because there are so many of them!
Kubert’s work is intensely detailed and stylized, whether he’s drawing “One Million Years B.C. Fans can spot his product from ten paces the same way that , , or Frank Miller stand out like quality beacons from the newsstand shelves.” from or “Tor” from
In his new, richly researched book, , author takes a long overdue look at the life and career of one of the comic book industry’s most enduring, successful and beloved icons.