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David Anthony Kraft's Comics Interview (1983) #2 - Comic Book DB
THE LAST WORD lettercol includes notes from STAN LEE, CHIC STONE, RICHARD PINI, STEPHEN SCOTT BEAU SMITH, PETER SANDERSON, BILL CHADWICK (Fan on the street in #1), D. JOHN ZIMMERMAN, JEFF GELB, JIM BAHLER, and RICK OLIVER
Synopsis: DAVID ANTHONY KRAFT and JIM SALICRUP vist FRANK MILLER and discuss his latest project RONIN. Also touched upon is Miller's reputation-making run on DAREDEVIL. Penciled art from RONIN complements the article, which also features a couple photographs of Miller staring sullenly into the camera.
Synopsis: STEVE GERBER and MARK EVANIER sit down and while away an hour with WILL MEUGNIOT, who discusses his career in comics and animation (including layouts for THE SUPERFRIENDS) and especially his latest project, THE DNAGENTS.
Synopsis: Over tuna melts and french fries MARK GRUENWALD interviewed GEORGE ROUSSOS (AKA GEORGE BELL) about his long career in comics, dating back to lettering for "Ripley's Believe it or Not" (in Spanish!), assisting Bob Kane through working at Marvel and DC during the Silver Age. Though a talented illustrator, Roussos closed out his career as a colorist, which he also touches upon in this fascinating interview.