Showing posts tagged Jim Salicrup.
x

THE UNTOLD STORY

Go ahead, ask a question.   Images are an online-only supplement to the book MARVEL COMICS: THE UNTOLD STORY (plus occasional unrelated arcana )
......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................


Go to SEANHOWE.COM to purchase a copy of the book, now in paperback, or to read a chapter for free ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

"A WILD-RIDE ACCOUNT" —The Hollywood Reporter
"EPIC" —The New York Times
"INDISPENSABLE" —Los Angeles Times
"DEFINITIVE" —The Wall Street Journal
"SCINTILLATING" —Publishers Weekly
"AUTHORITATIVE" —Kirkus Reviews
"GRIPPING" —Rolling Stone
"PRICELESS" —Booklist
"ESSENTIAL" —The Daily Beast
"REVELATORY" —The Miami Herald
"AS FULL OF COLORFUL CHARACTERS, TRAGIC REVERSALS AND UNLIKELY PLOT TWISTS AS ANY BOOK IN THE MARVEL CANON" —Newsday

twitter.com/seanhowe:

    Star-Lord in Marvel Age #46. Art by Ron Zalme. Words by Jim Salicrup.

    Star-Lord in Marvel Age #46.
    Art by Ron Zalme. Words by Jim Salicrup.

    — 1 month ago with 156 notes
    #star-lord  #Guardians of the Galaxy  #ron zalme  #jim salicrup 

    The Amazing Spider-Man #284, January 1987. Cover by Ron Frenz. Tom DeFalco, plot; Ron Frenz, storytelling; “ably assisted” by Jim Owsley, script; and Brett Breeding, pencils. Josef Rubinstein, inks; Rick Parker, lettering, Bob Sharen, colorist; Jim Salicrup, editor; Jim Shooter, editor-in-chief.
    The Amazing Spider-Man #284, April 1987. Cover by David Mazzuchelli. Jim Owsley, script; Erik Larsen, pencils; Art Nichols, inks; Rick Parker; letters; Julianna Ferriter, colors; Jim Salicrup, editor; Jim Shooter, editor-in-chief.

    As you can see from the credits, things were a little tumultuous at the time. Jim Owsley talks about it here; and Tom DeFalco and Ron Frenz, who remember things differently, talk about it here.

    There are some fascinating anecdotes in these accounts, and the whole story is one the many detours I could have taken in Marvel Comics: The Untold Story had I had more time and space.

    — 8 months ago with 345 notes
    #spider man  #ron frenz  #tom defalco  #jim owsley  #brett breeding  #Joe Rubinstein  #rick parker  #bob sharen  #jim salicrup  #erik larsen  #art nichols  #julianna ferriter  #jim shooter  #daredevil 
    superdames:

YOU GUYS
I HAVE A NEW FAVORITE SUPERVILLAIN
Obviously her name should be something like Bookworm but it’s actually Magic Wanda (can’t imagine how they came up with that) and she only ever appeared in this one issue but her plan is PERFECT.
—Spidey Super Stories #42 (1979) script by Jim Salicrup, Michael Siporin, & Julie Mishkin; art by Win Mortimer & Ricardo Villamonte

    superdames:

    YOU GUYS

    I HAVE A NEW FAVORITE SUPERVILLAIN

    Obviously her name should be something like Bookworm but it’s actually Magic Wanda (can’t imagine how they came up with that) and she only ever appeared in this one issue but her plan is PERFECT.

    —Spidey Super Stories #42 (1979) script by Jim Salicrup, Michael Siporin, & Julie Mishkin; art by Win Mortimer & Ricardo Villamonte

    (Source: superdames)

    — 8 months ago with 1341 notes
    #superdames  #spidey  #jim salicrup  #Winslow Mortimer 
    The Adventures of Quik Bunny, 1984. Art by John Costanza and Rudy LaPick. Words by Jim Salicrup.

    The Adventures of Quik Bunny, 1984. Art by John Costanza and Rudy LaPick. Words by Jim Salicrup.

    — 1 year ago with 141 notes
    #Quik  #Spider-Man  #John Costanza  #Rudy LaPick  #Jim Salicrup