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CBH Podcast Episode 32: The Steranko Experience Part 2 with Alex Grand
January 04, 2019 Comic Book Historians
Comic Book Historians

CBH Podcast Episode 32: The Steranko Experience Part 2 with Alex Grand

January 04, 2019

Comic Book Historians

Alex Grand interviews Steranko in a sequel to the Steranko Experience, discussing his life from when he finished out his term at Marvel Comics with Stan Lee 1970, creating the fanzine, FOOM, writing his 2 Volume History of Comics, starting his SuperGraphics publication company, his magazine series from Comixscene to Mediascene to Prevue, his 1975 Graphic Novel Red Tide, his 1981 Outland adaptation for Heavy Metal, his visual creator design of Indiana Jones for Lucas and Spielberg, his piece in the 1984 Superman 400 anniversary issue for Julius Schwartz, his collaboration with Francis Ford Coppola for 1992 Bram Stoker's Dracula, the end of Prevue Magazine in 1996 and beyond into his present projects.  This is the second of a two parter interview that covers the life and times of Steranko 1967-Present.   Music - Standard License.  Images used in artwork ©Their Respective Copyright holders, CBH Podcast ©Comic Book Historians. Artwork ©Comic Book Historians.  Thanks to Steranko associate J. David Spurlock for making the introductions.  Support us at https://www.patreon.com/comicbookhistorians

Podcast and Audio ©℗ 2019 Comic Book Historians 

Alex Grand interviews Steranko in a sequel to the Steranko Experience, discussing his life from when he finished out his term at Marvel Comics with Stan Lee 1970, creating the fanzine, FOOM, writing his 2 Volume History of Comics, starting his SuperGraphics publication company, his magazine series from Comixscene to Mediascene to Prevue, his 1975 Graphic Novel Red Tide, his 1981 Outland adaptation for Heavy Metal, his visual creator design of Indiana Jones for Lucas and Spielberg, his piece in the 1984 Superman 400 anniversary issue for Julius Schwartz, his collaboration with Francis Ford Coppola for 1992 Bram Stoker's Dracula, the end of Prevue Magazine in 1996 and beyond into his present projects.  This is the second of a two parter interview that covers the life and times of Steranko 1967-Present.   Music - Standard License.  Images used in artwork ©Their Respective Copyright holders, CBH Podcast ©Comic Book Historians. Artwork ©Comic Book Historians.  Thanks to Steranko associate J. David Spurlock for making the introductions.  Support us at https://www.patreon.com/comicbookhistorians

Podcast and Audio ©℗ 2019 Comic Book Historians 

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