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    Does anyone have a copy of Whizzard #13? I’d love to see the Steve Gerber and Don McGregor interviews.

    Does anyone have a copy of Whizzard #13? I’d love to see the Steve Gerber and Don McGregor interviews.

    — 3 weeks ago with 16 notes
    #fanzines  #marshall rogers  #craig russell  #tim conrad  #steve gerber  #don mcgregor 
    comicspectrumoa:

Jungle Action #9 p 16 by Gil Kane + Klaus Janson - from the collection of Bob Bretall

    comicspectrumoa:

    Jungle Action #9 p 16 by Gil Kane + Klaus Janson - from the collection of Bob Bretall

    — 1 month ago with 63 notes
    #jungle action  #black panther  #gil kane  #klaus janson  #don mcgregor 
    Don McGregor in the Marvel offices, 1970s. Surely those are Marie Severin sketches on the wall behind him?

    Don McGregor in the Marvel offices, 1970s. Surely those are Marie Severin sketches on the wall behind him?

    — 7 months ago with 47 notes
    #Don McGregor  #bullpen  #photos  #Marie Severin 

    "What’s that you’re looking at, Jungle Action writer Don McGregor?”

    "Oh, nothing much, just these beautiful pages penciled by my good friend Billy Graham, part of our legendary Black Panther story line of the mid-70s.”

    — 7 months ago with 46 notes
    #Jungle Action  #Black Panther  #Don McGregor  #Billy Graham  #photos 
    Detectives, Inc. by future Marvel writer Don McGregor and artist Alex Simmons.

    Detectives, Inc. by future Marvel writer Don McGregor and artist Alex Simmons.

    — 7 months ago with 17 notes
    #don mcgregor  #detectives inc 
    Mister Fantastic and Annihilus by Trevor Von Eeden.There are only 24 hours left to bring Von Eeden and Don McGregor’s SABRE Kickstarter to its $15,000 goal: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/jsacks/sabre-graphic-novel-by-don-mcgregor-and-trevor-von

    Mister Fantastic and Annihilus by Trevor Von Eeden.

    There are only 24 hours left to bring Von Eeden and Don McGregor’s SABRE Kickstarter to its $15,000 goal:

    http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/jsacks/sabre-graphic-novel-by-don-mcgregor-and-trevor-von

    — 7 months ago with 70 notes
    #trevor von eeden  #don mcgregor  #fantastic four  #annihilus  #jack kirby  #mister fantastic  #sabre 

    In 1974, several members of the Marvel Bullpen—including Chris Claremont, Steve Gerber, Don McGregor, Len and Glynis Wein, and Marv and Michele Wolfman—gathered at the home of Gerry Conway to discuss THE EXORCIST. Here’s what they said.

    — 10 months ago with 26 notes
    #Chris Claremont  #Steve Gerber  #Don McGregor  #Len Wein  #Glynis Wein  #Marv Wolfman  #Michele Wolfman  #Gerry Conway  #The Exorcist  #william friedkin 
    Jungle Action #17. Art by Billy Graham.

    Jungle Action #17. Art by Billy Graham.

    — 1 year ago with 36 notes
    #Billy Graham  #Don McGregor  #Black Panther 
    Artist Billy Graham and writer Don McGregor, the team behind Jungle Action's 1970s “Black Panther” stories, over which there were often battles with editors. “They continually wanted white people in the strip,” McGregor said. “That was a major deal. My feeling was, you’re dealing with an isolated, hidden African culture—so where were these white people supposed to come from? It probably was the only mainstream American comic book to feature virtually an all-black cast…. It was a fight every single issue.”http://www.amazon.com/Essential-Black-Panther-Volume-1/dp/0785163239

    Artist Billy Graham and writer Don McGregor, the team behind Jungle Action's 1970s “Black Panther” stories, over which there were often battles with editors. “They continually wanted white people in the strip,” McGregor said. “That was a major deal. My feeling was, you’re dealing with an isolated, hidden African culture—so where were these white people supposed to come from? It probably was the only mainstream American comic book to feature virtually an all-black cast…. It was a fight every single issue.”
    http://www.amazon.com/Essential-Black-Panther-Volume-1/dp/0785163239

    — 1 year ago with 84 notes
    #Billy Graham  #Don McGregor  #Jungle Action  #Black Panther 
    Jungle Action #17. Art by Billy Graham. Words by Don McGregor.
You can purchase 500 pages of this stuff for under $20.

    Jungle Action #17. Art by Billy Graham. Words by Don McGregor.

    You can purchase 500 pages of this stuff for under $20.

    — 1 year ago with 38 notes
    #Billy Graham  #Don McGregor  #Black Panther  #Jungle Action 
    From “Panther’s Quest, Part VI” in Marvel Comics Presents #18, May 1989. Art by Gene Colan and Tom Palmer. Words by Don McGregor.
"Panther’s Quest" has never been collected; the stories are scattered in eight-page installments that are no longer in print. But McGregor and Colan’s "Detectives, Inc." stories are collected here. 
Roughly 20 more copies need to be sold before Don McGregor’s royalties start kicking in. He and his family have had a number of health issues lately, so he could definitely use some extra income. Do you think we can make that happen before the holidays? If you reblog this, we can get the word out.

    From “Panther’s Quest, Part VI” in Marvel Comics Presents #18, May 1989. Art by Gene Colan and Tom Palmer. Words by Don McGregor.

    "Panther’s Quest" has never been collected; the stories are scattered in eight-page installments that are no longer in print. But McGregor and Colan’s "Detectives, Inc." stories are collected here.

    Roughly 20 more copies need to be sold before Don McGregor’s royalties start kicking in. He and his family have had a number of health issues lately, so he could definitely use some extra income. Do you think we can make that happen before the holidays? If you reblog this, we can get the word out.

    — 1 year ago with 85 notes
    #Panther's Quest  #Marvel Comics Presents  #Gene Colan  #Tom Palmer  #Don McGregor