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Gerry Conway Returns To Spider-Man In 2015

It’s been twenty years since Gerry Conway, the man who killed Gwen Stacy (spoilers), wrote a Spider-Man comic book. But it appears that in 2015, he’ll be back… Deep into the first script of my new Spider-Man mini series. Great …

Comics Creators On… Syria (UPDATE)

So. War. Looks like it might be coming, sort of. But with the likes of Nancy Silberkleit, Mark Millar, Steve Geppi, Nick Spencer and others getting directly involved with politics – and President Obama being a comics fan – maybe …

Gerry Conway, DC Comic Creators, And The Request For Character Equity Form – Sunday Trending Topics

Gerry Conway‘s request to fans: Starting in the mid-70s DC offered creators an opportunity for what they called “equity participation.” With the appropriate paperwork submitted and signed, DC creators would receive a share of the profits generated by their creations. …

Gerry Conway Asks Fans To Crowd Source Payments For DC Comic Creators

Gerry Conway writes; I need your help. DC Comics is a great company. It was the first major publisher to offer creator contracts on a regular basis, allowing the men and women who create characters for DC books to share …

Amazing Spider-Man 121 “The Night Gwen Stacy Died” Original Art Cover Sells For $286,800

The cover of Amazing Spider-Man #121 has just sold at Heritage Auctions for $286,800. This 1973 issue by Gerry Conway and Gil Kane, with cover by John Romita Sr. is considered one of the most important comic books of the Bronze Age. …

Tweet Of The Year

Gerry Conway just tweeted the below, linking to the Bleeding Cool story about Dan Slott receiving death threats from people over the current Amazing Spider-Man story. Makes me grateful we threw Gwen off that bridge before Twitter: zite.to/T5RQDA — Gerry …

Is “The Night Gwen Stacy Died” About To Make Avi Arad’s Favorite Spider-Man Cover One Of The Most Valuable Pieces Of Original Art Ever?

It’s been a good couple of years for original art sales, but the sale of the cover of Amazing Spider-Man #121 is big even by the lofty standards of the time. The Heritage auction blurb nails down the importance of …

Jim Shooter Said, Steve Englehart Said

In a long discussion on the topic of whether heroes should or should not kill on Jim Shooter’s blog, the conversation, as it invariably does in an open, online discussion, veered off in multiple tangents, one of them being tying …