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Artist Spotlight: George Evans

COMICS’ HIGH-FLYING AVIATION ARTIST by Steve Stiles In the course of an impressive career spanning half a century, George Evans has established himself as one of the comics field’s finest illustrative talents. During that time span, Evans has worked for … Continue reading

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Flash Gordon Year One – Learning Curve

In 1995 I was hired as the writer and artist of the Flash Gordon comic strip (my first Sunday page appeared January 21, 1996). It was my first big freelance gig, and as with all freelance work, you have whatever … Continue reading

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Far Lands Other Days – by George Evans

The following artwork is from the book, Far Lands Other Days (1975). It collects short stories written by Weird Tales alumnus, E. Hoffman Price and is illustrated by George Evans. My introduction to this book was when I first visited … Continue reading

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Jane Martin by George Evans

Appearing in Fiction House’s Wings Comics in the 1940s, Jane Martin’s adventures started as a nurse during WWII – in the years to follow she would add ace pilot, spy and intrepid reporter to her repotoire. Written by F E … Continue reading

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Secret Agent Corrigan by George Evans

Taking over after Archie Goodwin and Al Williamson’s run, George Evans’ first daily for Secret Agent Corrigan hit newspapers on February 4, 1980. He had ghosted for Williamson occasionally, but now he was at the helm as writer and artist. … Continue reading

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