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view the story "kirby's pencil" on storify //storify.com/skleefeld/kirby-s-pencil
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kleefeld on comics http://www.kleefeldoncomics.com/
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inverse entertainment interviewed roy thomas https://www.inverse.com/article/29155-iron-fist-marvel-comics-whitewashing-roy-thomas
doomed! http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/isbn=b01lthoxlo/4freedomsplazaa/
overview of roger corman's never released fantastic four movie https://twitter.com/businessinsider/status/844278465553580033
pic.twitter.com/bo34sdq2nl https://t.co/bo34sdq2nl
march 21, 2017 https://twitter.com/businessinsider/status/844278465553580033
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her current kickstarter campaign for the hues volume iii https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/alexheberling/the-hues-volume-iii-ember
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1933 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bdkupyyotni
1935 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zj4fngt7lzq
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comics that run multiple stories physically parallel to one another http://www.benzilla.com/?p=6091
recaps the anti-comics movement of the 1950s http://www.thelibertyconservative.com/censoring-comic-books-left-political-correctness/
older posts http://www.kleefeldoncomics.com/search?updated-max=2017-03-15t09:00:00-04:00&max-results=7
home http://www.kleefeldoncomics.com/
- http://www.patreon.com/skleefeld
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weekly comics links http://www.kleefeldoncomics.com/2017/03/weekly-comics-links_22.html
on history: kirby's pencil http://www.kleefeldoncomics.com/2017/03/on-history-kirbys-pencil.html
on business: multi-purpose con marketing idea http://www.kleefeldoncomics.com/2017/03/on-business-multi-purpose-con-marketing.html
weekly recap http://www.kleefeldoncomics.com/2017/03/weekly-recap_19.html
on strips: gladys parker fashions http://www.kleefeldoncomics.com/2017/03/on-strips-gladys-parker-fashions.html
on -isms: future representation http://www.kleefeldoncomics.com/2017/03/on-isms-future-representation.html
weekly comics links http://www.kleefeldoncomics.com/2017/03/weekly-comics-links_15.html
on history: marvel's original event comics http://www.kleefeldoncomics.com/2017/03/on-history-marvels-original-event-comics.html
on business: transition http://www.kleefeldoncomics.com/2017/03/on-business-transition.html
weekly recap http://www.kleefeldoncomics.com/2017/03/weekly-recap_12.html
on strips: the first crossover? http://www.kleefeldoncomics.com/2017/03/on-strips-first-crossover.html
on -isms: pini or telgemeier? http://www.kleefeldoncomics.com/2017/03/on-isms-pini-or-telgemeier.html
links http://www.kleefeldoncomics.com/2017/03/links.html
on history: remember those old comics? http://www.kleefeldoncomics.com/2017/03/on-history-remember-those-old-comics.html
on business: ditko's income http://www.kleefeldoncomics.com/2017/03/on-business-ditkos-income.html
weekly recap http://www.kleefeldoncomics.com/2017/03/weekly-recap.html
on strips: andy capp talcum powder? http://www.kleefeldoncomics.com/2017/03/on-strips-andy-capp-talcum-powder.html
on -isms: a small, but significant step http://www.kleefeldoncomics.com/2017/03/on-isms-small-but-significant-step.html
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--> kleefeld on comicsabout us contact us --> home features awesome filtered default cropped entertainment style trends premium theme beauty standard comments right sidebar fashion download this template --> latest posts inverse entertainment interviewed roy thomas about iron fist and cultural appropriations. as much as i liked and respect thomas, though, he doesn't come off well here. the interview includes this: "don’t these people have something better to do than to worry about the fact that iron fist isn’t oriental, or whatever word? i know oriental isn’t the right word now, either."probably inspired by the recent doomed! documentary, business insider has a three-and-a-half minute overview of roger corman's never released fantastic four movie. the inside story behind the unreleased marvel fantastic four movie pic.twitter.com/bo34sdq2nl— business insider (@businessinsider) march 21, 2017 there are a variety of artifacts in/around comics that, despite not being comics themselves, could be considered true artifacts of the industry. the original check to jerry siegel and joe shuster for superman, for example. wendy pini's pre-elfquest red sonja costume might be another. surely, jack kirby's drawing pencil would qualify, right? as it turns out, joe field of flying colors has a story with a bit of a mystery about exactly that...[view the story "kirby's pencil" on storify]i don't know that this was jack's last pencil -- dan fraga says he got one directly from jack wife, roz -- and even if it were, it certainly wouldn't have any mythical qualities about it, regardless of what jack drew with it. but it is an appropriate way to honor the man who spent so many decades firing the imaginations of so many people with a simple tool exactly like this. one of the challenges about tabling at a convention is that you almost can't do it by yourself. sure, you can sit there and sell books and make change and sign autographs and do sketches yourself, but at some point you're going to have to leave the table. even if you bring tons of food in a cooler that you have with, you're going to have to take a bio break at some point! and if you don't have a partner there to watch over your table while you're away, you wind up having to ask one of your table neighbors. (side tip if you didn't already know this: make friends with your table neighbors!) so, in general, you want to keep your table absences to a minimum particularly if you're tabling solo. but sometimes things come up and you need something away from your table. i saw this weekend alex heberling post about a clever (i think) solution. basically, she put note on her table offering a free copy of one of her books to anyone willing to go stand in line for her and pick up some french fries. she was still paying for the fries, so the book was just so she didn't have to leave her table. she had about six or seven people stop by, curious about the offer, before someone took her up on it. it was less than an hour between when she put her sign up, and when she had fries and a soda sitting in front of her. now, when i asked her about it, heberling said it felt a bit like "holding a cardboard sign on the exit ramp of a highway." i suspect that was mostly because she had a hastily crafted hand-written sign, and it wasn't something she planned on doing. but i think that, if you approached it the right way, it could work as a marketing tool. what if, instead of leaving a hand-written note quietly on your table, you had something actually printed up? something that was in the same style as the rest of your table materials? you wouldn't leave it out all the time, of course, but pull it out maybe around 11:00, and make an announcement of it. "free book if you bring me food!" one of the other things heberling noted was that several of the people who stopped by had their attention grabbed by the "free book" notion. who doesn't like free stuff, right? there's a catch, of course (getting food for you) but you've hurdled two important challenges: you've gotten their attention, and you've given them an built-in discussion starter. a lot of people are introverts, and some people are too shy/nervous to come up and ask you about your book. or maybe they just don't want to engage too much if they're unsure. but this starts the conversation, and gives you the opportunity to not only get some food without having to wait in those sometimes horrendous lines but also sets you up to give a quick sales pitch about your book to someone who might not have even stopped by your table! heberling seemed a bit uncomfortable with the idea, but i also know her to be somewhat shy about that kind of thing too. she suggested it would be easier for "someone with a higher charisma stat". but with the right attitude and approach, i think this could be easily turned into a marketing schtick. it gets word about your book(s) out to those who aren't already familiar with you in an environment that's already primed for people ready to buy. and because it's rare to see someone do this (at least for now) you'll likely generate a little buzz as well. i think the key, from a marketing perspective, is being able to sell the idea. you'd need some level of carnival barker-ism to make this effective. but, then again, don't you need some level of carnival barker-ism to table in the first place? one final note: since she was kind enough to let me borrow her photo and answer some of my questions about her experience, i said i'd plug her current kickstarter campaign for the hues volume iii. i've already read books one and two, and have contributed to her campaign here as well. it's a good story, and worth checking out if you're not familiar with it already. here are this week's links to what i've had published recently... kleefeld on comics: on business: transition http://ift.tt/2mixqfp freaksugar: fanthropology: geek relationships http://ift.tt/2mdfiiz the comics alternative - smart discussions on comic books and graphic novels: webcomics: reviews of the great mcgonagall, sufficiently remarkable, and the boston metaphysical society http://ift.tt/2mjtgc0 kleefeld on comics: on history: marvel's original event comics http://ift.tt/2mnkfqf kleefeld on comics: weekly comics links http://ift.tt/2ms9aux freaksugar: webcomics wednesday: canon? http://ift.tt/2nni9vj kleefeld on comics: on -isms: future representation http://ift.tt/2nvuzyy kleefeld on comics: on strips: gladys parker fashions http://ift.tt/2mzjrrd it seems as if some of the most well-known women in the early days of newspaper cartooning were the ones who a) drew very attractive women, and b) had a great eye for fashion. i suppose one could easily argue that combination of being able to draw what men and women ostensibly both wanted to see (pretty girls for men, fantastic fashions for women) is what made them well-known, but i suspect that's a somewhat superficial and dismissive argument in at least most cases. in any event, one of these well-known cartoonists was gladys parker. she began cartooning professionally in 1928 and took over the already-popular flapper fanny says strip in 1930. parker started her most well-known strip, mopsy, in 1939 and continued working on it until she retired from cartooning altogether in 1965. but her initial interest was indeed fashion design. she ran a dressmaking shop out of her home while she was still in high school and moved to manhattan at age 18 specifically to study fashion illustration. by the early 1930s, she had her own fashion line and i recently came across some silent newsreel footage of her creations being given the catwalk treatment. the clips are from 1933 and 1935 respectively... you know, i was going to write a piece today that held up some old comics from the first half of the 20th century, showing blatantly racist caricatures of different types of people. they're sadly easy to find. i was going to show each of the major types of people being caricatured and say, "look, here's how comic artists used to depict black people" and "look, here's how writers used to script chinese accents" and "look, here's how gay men were portrayed in comics" and so on. and each one would be so absurdly offensive that you'd have difficulty even understanding that someone would be willing to commit something like that to paper. after i'd gone through a bunch of those, then i was going to point out that they all look/sound absurd now because we, collectively, have gotten a better understanding of those cultures. we understand where the stereotypes came from, why we white people created them, and how (deliberately) insulting they were. you'd be glad that most people don't think of those groups like that any more anyway, and you might have a little better understanding of the climate grandpa was raised in and why he still thinks it's okay to use offensive slang terms in casual conversation. and then i was going to say make the comparison to today's comics, showing "look, here's how comic artists depict black people now" and "look, here's how writers script chinese accents now" and "look, here's how gay men are portrayed in comics now" and so on. but this time -- since the examples would be more contemporary -- with some color commentary about how they're relying on different stereotypes, but stereotypes nonetheless. and how do you suppose those stereotypes will look in fifty years' time? probably just as absurd as the 1940s' caricatures look to us today. i was going to write all that up to make the point that you don't want to be remembered for some really bad representations of different minorities. especially since, by many estimates, the united states will see caucasians become a minority around the middle of the century with what are currently minorities rising to around 56% of the population. i was going to write all that. but then i wondered, "for who?" i mean, if i hear/see something racist/misogynistic/ablest/homophobic/transphobic, i will usually call the person on it. i've called out co-workers, friends, and even relatives (both mine and my wife's). it's as often as not unintentional, and i try to point out how/why something they said is wrong. sometimes they listen, sometimes not. but that's a response to action, usually done within a very short time of the incident. basically, it's immediate behavioral modeling based on whatever the current situation is. but that whole bit i outline above? that's a little different. it's more long-term and requires at the very least an acknowledgment that social demographics are changing and will continue to change. and the reason that's significant here is that the people who need to hear that message are already refusing to acknowledge those changes and, strangely concurrently, are actively fighting against them. that's partly what's fueling the rise of all these hate groups -- people who think things are better with less diversity and more homogeneity. as they see it, they are going to be viewed as martyrs for trying to revert the country to a status quo from before anyone besides cishetero white men had rights. and they're so committed to that belief that they will never see themselves as being on the wrong side of history; rather, they think they are right and if they're not acknowledged thusly, then it's history who is wrong. and frankly, i do not have the energy for that discussion this week. suffice it to say that all those socially ugly comics from the 1940s that make you cringe when you realize it was a favorite artist or writer who caricatured some group so badly? fifty years from now, readers are going to cringe at the socially ugly comics you're making today. so step up to the plate now, and make your work more progressive in terms of representation. not only is it the right thing to do for today, but it's the right thing to do in the future. ben towle takes a look at comics that run multiple stories physically parallel to one another. ron capshaw recaps the anti-comics movement of the 1950s. i think his point is to show that it was a form of political correctness from the left, and censorship doesn't always come from the right? i'm not entirely certain, honestly. i think he's assuming the reader can connect some of the dots, but it would appear that i'm personally so far to the left myself that i'm not even really sure what dots he's attempting to connect. older posts home advertisement ads by project wonderful! your ad here, right now: $0 advertisement amazon.com widgets blog archive ▼  2017 (70) ▼  march (19) weekly comics links on history: kirby's pencil on business: multi-purpose con marketing idea weekly recap on strips: gladys parker fashions on -isms: future representation weekly comics links on history: marvel's original event comics on business: transition weekly recap on strips: the first crossover? 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