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Posts Tagged ‘Naut Comics’


Flashbacks to What Never Was Draculex™, N-Man™, Red Tails™ Faux-Comicbook Covers Work continues on a number of projects—first and foremost, work (I can’t show you) on the S.R. Bissette’s How to Make a Monster art instructional book for Watson-Guptill/Random House; work (I won’t show you) on Tales of the Uncanny™, the N-Man™/Naut Comics™ project. Oh, [...]


Sky Solo by Sam Glanzman! “Fly the Friendly Skies” Work continues on the massive Tales of the Uncanny—N-Man & Friends: A Naut Comics History Vol. 1., which is coming soon from About Comics. A teaser today… Sky Solo™, circa World War 1; art by Sam Glanzman, Screamin’ Skydogs emblem design by Randall Drew. Sky Solo™ and [...]


Holmes vs. Red Planet Mars, Part 1; Or; Making Martians & Pining for Pulp Amid the Debris of 19th-to-20th Century Pop Culture It begins with lofty discussion, and ends in the gutter… opens with high-end sf and tales of deduction, winds up in the trashbin of paperback history… but stick with me, please. Here’s a [...]


Naut Comics, soon-to-be the publisher of N-Man, The Fury, The Hypernaut and Sky Solo and Her Screamin’ Skydogs, revamped their logo in 1955, one year before they entered the Silver Age with writer Curtis Slarch’s then-innovative launch of the ‘new’ Hypernaut… By way of further explanation, here’s an excerpt from the introduction to Tales of [...]


Before there was Naut Comics, there was… Naut Comics, circa 1938-1955. Logo designed and executed by Mark Bilokur; more on Mark, his creative work, and his contributions to the Naut Comics legacy — coming soon! Naut Comics and all related characters and concepts are © and TM Stephen R. Bissette; all rights reserved. Naut Comics [...]


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