COMICS CREATION

A Chris Ware Page Examined

A FABLES Page from Pencils to Print

Abe Kanegson, Letterer

A Stanley Kaye Superman Painting Mystery Part 1  Part 2  More about Kaye

Carla Speed McNeil’s Lettering Process

Coloring Comics, Old School Part 1  Part 2

Comic Sans Font Examined

Comic Sans Reactions

The Danny Crespi Files Part 1  Part 2  Part 3  Part 4  Part 5  Part 6  Part 7  Part 8  Part 9  Part 10  Part 11  Part 12   Part 13   Part 14   Part 15   Part 16   Part 17   Part 18    Part 19    Part 20 (final)

The DC Comics Offices, 1930s – 1950s Part 1  Part 2  Part 3  Part 4  Part 5  More on Zena Brody,  Bernard and George Kashdan

DC Comics’ 1945 Christmas Party Photo     Update

DC Staff in 1957 photo

DC Comics’ Production Dept. 1979 Part 1 Part 2

DC Comics 1982 Staff Photo

The DC Comics Offices 1982-1991 Part 1  Part 2  Part 3  Part 4  Part 5   Part 6

A 1984 Promotional Video from the DC Offices

Designing with Kevin O’Neill

Drawing and Inking Like Will Eisner

Early Ira Schnapp DC Comics House Ads

More Early Ira Schnapp DC House Ads

Four George Kleins

Gaspar Saladino 1927-2016

Gaspar Saladino Cover Lettering Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4

Gaspar Saladino’s First Lettering for DC Comics Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Gaspar Confirms

Gaspar Saladino at NYCC in 2014

H.G. Peter (co-creator of Wonder Woman) photos

HOUSE OF SECRETS #92: How the Cover was Made

Howard Ferguson, Letterer

Ira Schnapp and the Farley Post Office

IRA SCHNAPP, His Life, Work and Family Part 1  Part 2  Part 3  Part 4  Part 5  Part 6

Ira Schnapp in High School

Ira Schnapp’s “The Art of the Ages”

Ira Schnapp and the Early DC Logos

Ira Schnapp in:  ACTION COMICS Part 1  Part 2   A DATE WITH JUDY  ADVENTURE COMICS Part 1  Part 2   ALAN LADD   ALL-AMERICAN WESTERN  ALL FUNNY COMICS    ALL-STAR COMICS  ANIMAL ANTICS   BATMAN Part 1   Part 2    Part 3    BOY COMMANDOS    BUZZY    COMICS CAVALCADE    DALE EVANS COMICS   DETECTIVE COMICS Part 1   Part 2   FUNNY FOLKS   FUNNY STUFF    GANG BUSTERS   GIRLS’ LOVE STORIES   JIMMY WAKELY  LEADING COMICS    LEAVE IT TO BINKY    MISS BEVERLY HILLS    MR. DISTRICT ATTORNEY   MORE FUN COMICS    MUTT & JEFF    OZZIE & HARRIET   REAL FACT COMICS   REAL SCREEN COMICS   ROMANCE TRAIL  SCRIBBLY   SECRET HEARTS   SENSATION COMICS  STAR-SPANGLED COMICS    SUPERBOY SUPERMAN Part 1   Part 2   WESTERN COMICS   WORLD’S FINEST COMICS Part 1   Part 2

John Workman and Todd Klein Part 1  Part 2

Julie Schwartz and SUPERMAN 411

Leroy Lettering by Jim and Margaret Wroten

Lettering for Proposals

Lettering Placements

Lettering Prince Valiant

Lettering Tips for Comics Writers

Lettering TOM STRONG

My Comics Life-List 1977-78    1979    1980   1981  1982

My Work By The Numbers, a Career Summary

Neal Adams on Ira Schnapp

Preparing Comics Scripts for Lettering

Punctuating Comics: Breath Marks

Punctuating Comics: Dots and Dashes

Punctuation and Emphasis

Ray Alma and the DC Production Dept., 1986

Recent Gaspar Saladino Lettering  and Logo design

Remembering Adrienne Roy

Remembering Dave Hunt

Remembering Murphy Anderson

Revisiting DEATH

Schnapp, Donenfeld and the Pulps Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4

Superman in the Saturday Evening Post, 1941

The Rise of Digital Lettering Part 1  Part 2  Part 3  Part 4  Part 5  Part 6  Part 7

Toth, Saladino, Schwartz

Visiting DC Comics in the 1960s Part 1 Part 2 Part 3

Visiting DC Comics, 2009

When I Lettered DC Covers By Hand

Working With Dave Gibbons

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