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CSBG's archive of comics commenting on other comic creators includes a tearful tribute to the passing of the legendary Archie Goodwin.
With Luke Cage now part of Marvel's live-action landscape, trace his history from Blaxploitation roots to Hero for Hire to breakout Netflix star.
Speaking with CBR about his career, the legendary creator explains why he likes seeing his older work recolored, and the importance of serendipity.
Walt Simonson discusses "one of the best experiences of his career" in adapting "Alien," what got left on the film's cutting room floor but made it into the comic and more on the eve of the book's 30th anniversary re-issue.
Tim looks back on a few prominent movie adaptations from the height of 'Heavy Metal' magazine and finds a lot to love in the new reprinting of Archie Goodwin and Walt Simonson's "Alien: The Illustrated Story."
ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant looks back at Goodwin & Simonson’s well-regarded “Manhunter” run, calling it a book DC "should always have on hand, because it fits the publisher’s particular strengths so well."
Ron reflects on the words and wisdom of his all time favorite editor, Archie Goodwin, as he looks at current industry trends when it comes to editorial edicts versus allowing creators to simply tell their stories.