KC’s History of Comics Storytelling

KC’s started a new series of columns at Westfield Comics exploring how comic storytelling has changed over the decades. Part 1 tackles the rise of long-form serialized stories, including examinations of the Denny O’Neil/Neal Adams Green Lantern/Green Arrow, Jack Kirby’s Fourth World, and eight Marvel writers who changed comics in the 1970s. Lots of fascinating comic history here!

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2 Responses to “KC’s History of Comics Storytelling”

  1. KC Continues His History of Comic Storytelling » Comics Worth Reading Says:

    [...] up on KC’s massive history of comic writing, the second column in the series has been posted at Westfield. In this installment, he acknowledges [...]

  2. Comic Storytelling in the 1980s » Comics Worth Reading Says:

    [...] latest installment exploring the history of comic storytelling — previously, part one, part two — moves into the 1980s. Only the first half, though, because as you know, 1986 is [...]

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