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Talking to creators I wrote a lot about this in my recap of C2e2, but meeting the people who actually make comics is a cool experience. Unsurprisingly, this led to some of my favorite moments of the con more in this below!
A few good panels The panel experience is probably the biggest difference between something like a CCR and C2e2, with CCR presenting a collection of intimate conversations.
Before I could get my jaw off the floor, he also laughingly lamented that he sold all these issues so he could get a car to go to New York and get his comics career running! Naturally, I had to look up such a brilliantly committed idea, and have included the image above.
You can find more here. I can see this being an excellent addition to a comics collection for kids in this range. And what of its creator or team of creators?
Who the hell made this? Well, we don't know, really.
I'd really love to see this comic book! Please email me if you have scans, or know anything about any other M. Phillip Copp comics. August Update: Wow, well here we go. Scroll down to the bottom of this page for a link to a recently published webpage with a ton of research done on Copp and the Atomic Revolution comic. High praise to the researcher Greg Allen for finding out all these wonderful details.
It is now known that Copp was actually an Art Director or Artist's representative, sort of a pasty politically conservative type, and that comics like this were produced by a team of unfortunately still anonymous illustrators - click the link for more interesting information including a great NYT photo from of Copp approving art for page 30!
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