Jorge Khoury


Articles By Jorge Khoury

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Pop! - 4/21

Mon, April 21st, 2008 | Category: Comic Books

George Khoury offers up another "Land of the Los," tale, a look at comic projects that never happened. This week, he presents a conversation with J. Scott Campbell about the never realized "Gen13/Batman" cross-over.

Pop! - 4/13

Sun, April 13th, 2008 | Category: Comic Books

In the latest edition of POP!, George Khoury takes a look at the heart of Generation X's greatest mythology, "Star Wars - Episode IV: A New Hope," it's contributions to pop culture, film making and so much more.

Pop! - 4/06

Sun, April 6th, 2008 | Category: Comic Books

This week, George has a rare interview with artist Frank Quitely, currently working on the masterful "All-Star Superman." Quitely talks candidly about his career, his art, and working with the mighty Grant Morrison.

Pop! - 3/31

Mon, March 31st, 2008 | Category: Comic Books

George sits down for a chat with Michael Ian Black, the writer of the upcoming "Run, Fatboy, Run," starring Simon Pegg ("Hot Fuzz," "Shaun of the Dead") and directed by David Schwimmer ("Friends").

Pop! - 3/23

Sun, March 23rd, 2008 | Category: Comic Books

George takes a look at the beginnings of "The New Mutants" at Marvel -- how they came about, that first graphic novel and artist Bob McLeod stops by to share some memories form those early days. Updated

Pop! - 3/16

Sun, March 16th, 2008 | Category: Comic Books

George offers up another "Land of Lost Stories" chapter, this time taking a look at a Silver Surfer epic that was to be lavishly painted by artist Ladrnn that sadly never saw publication.

Pop! - 3/09

Sun, March 9th, 2008 | Category: Comic Books

George takes a look at the work of Alex Ross, the power he brings to the medium, his passion for the art form and comics itself, and why the naysayers who say he isn't a comic artist in the true sense of the word are wrong.

Pop! - 3/02

Sun, March 2nd, 2008 | Category: Comic Books

George offers up a "Land of Lost Story" this week, as he details a tribute by Dave Gibbons and Co. to celebrate Superman's 50th anniversary, only to see it never published. Why? What happened? George has the answers.

Pop! - 2/24

Sun, February 24th, 2008 | Category: Comic Books

This week, George talks with legendary artist Nick Cardy, one of DC Comics' true icons. Cardy was also one of the premiere film poster artists of the '70s and shares stories about his work on posters for "Star Wars," "Apocalypse Now," "Superman: The Movie" and much more.

Pop! - 2/18

Mon, February 18th, 2008 | Category: Comic Books

Much ado about nothing? This week, George looks at Playboy's Wonder Woman cover and speaks to Playboy Playmate Tiffany Fallon, the cover's model, about the photo shoot, how the cover came about and what it meant to her to depict the heroine on the cover of Playboy.

Pop! - 2/11

Mon, February 11th, 2008 | Category: Comic Books

George Khoury sits down with filmmaking icon George A. Romero for a frank, one-on-on conversation about his upcoming film "Diary of the Dead," film making and much more.

Pop! - 2/03

Sun, February 3rd, 2008 | Category: Comic Books

Twenty years after its first publication, George Khoury talks with respected editor Denny O'Neil about the classic "Batman: The Killing Joke," by Alan Moore and Brian Bolland, learning about what went on behind the scenes in the creation of this classic Joker story.

Pop! - 1/27

Sun, January 27th, 2008 | Category: Comic Books

George sits down with Greg Preston, author/photographer behind "The Artist Within," a unique book filled with portraits of comic creators in their studios like Jack Kirby, John Severin, Moebius, Alex Toth and many others, and discusses the 15 year journey he took in creating this book.

Pop! - 1/13

Sun, January 13th, 2008 | Category: Comic Books

The comics business went through some very major changes in the early 1990s. For his first column on CBR, George Khoury recounts the wild times the industry faced with distributor wars, the Image explosion and the ultimate industry implosion.