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Eating by the Arno

As part of our Summer 2018 Italian Tour, we spent some time in Florence with comics historian Alberto Becattini and his wife Luciana. Like all Italians, Alberto was eager to show off the highlights and sidelights of his home town.

Alberto and I have read each other’s work for decades and have exchanged innumerable emails, but this was the first time we met in person. And what better place to meet than in Florence!

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Tributes from a Special Guest Author

It was a great pleasure to receive the material below from one of the favored comics writers of my boyhood, and one of my favorite acquaintances as an adult — Don McGregor. His body of work surely needs no introduction (and if you’d dispute that because you’re late to the party, well, a quick Google search will quickly clue you in). Don asked me to insure his message got posted in this space, and I’m only too happy to follow through on that request. Without further ado, friends, I yield the floor to the 2015 recipient of the Bill Finger Award for Excellence in Comic Book Writing …

DEAN MULLANEY

NOBODY DOES IT BETTER

Copyright 2018 by Don McGregor

When Dean Mullaney first thrust his unique talent into the comics medium in the mid-1970s he helped open up the foundations of comics in a way few had done before, creating a place where writers were held in esteem, and where they could create stories that were unlike anything being published anywhere else.

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Episode 008 with special guest Jeff Kersten

Dean Mullaney is on vacation so LOAC Associate Editor Bruce Canwell joins Kurtis Findlay for another episode of the Library of American Comics & EuroComics Podcast!

In this episode, Bruce and Kurtis talk about Jerome K. Jerome Bloche, Vol. 2: The Paper People as well as upcoming projects like Amazing Spider-Man, Vol. 5 and Steve Canyon, Vol. 9. Plus, Dick Tracy enthusiast and historian Jeff Kersten discusses the political subtext found between the panels of Dick Tracy and what we can expect in vol. 23 and 24!

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