Tag Archives: World War II

Eric Weathers’ “Flying Fortress: Remastered” takes flight just in time for D-Day 75th anniversary

Veteran comic book letterer Eric Weathers is marking the 75th anniversary of D-Day by launching a crowdfunding campaign for Flying Fortress: Remastered, a girthy 200-page graphic novel collecting all eight issues of 2011’s Flying Fortress with updated artwork and lettering. Wait, did I say letterer? Indeed I did. Eric Weathers is a very active letterer for other independent comics projects

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Hero or Traitor? Andre Frattino introduces “Tokyo Rose” to a new generation in his graphic novel (Interview)

Earlier in March, writer Andre Frattino launched a Kickstarter campaign for Tokyo Rose: Zero Hour, an all-new one-shot graphic novel written by Frattino and featuring illustrations by Kate Kasenow. We got a chance to have a quick back and forth with Frattino, who was gracious enough to respond to our questions on the Tokyo Rose campaign. As always, the answers

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Upcoming Vertigo graphic novel “Six Days” a touching tribute to writer’s hero uncle

On Tuesday, DC Comics released the first details of their upcoming Vertigo title Six Days via an interview with the two writers of the book, Robert Venditti (Hawkman, Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corp) and Kevin Mauer (No Easy Day: The Firsthand Account of the Mission that Killed Osama Bin Laden). Six Days is a nonfiction book that recounts

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