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CBH Podcast Episode 9: 1958-1992 Tom Orzechowski Interview part 1 of 2

December 14, 2017 Season 1 Episode 9
Comic Book Historians
CBH Podcast Episode 9: 1958-1992 Tom Orzechowski Interview part 1 of 2
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CBH Podcast Episode 9: 1958-1992 Tom Orzechowski Interview part 1 of 2
Dec 14, 2017 Season 1 Episode 9
Comic Book Historians
Alex Grand, Bill  Field, and Jim Thompson interview legendary Comics Letterer, Tom Orzechowski discussing the history of Comic Books alongside his personal and professional involvement in comics starting in 1958, through the impression that Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko made in the Silver Age, through to the Detroit Fan Fair Comic Convention that united him, Jim Starlin, Arvell Jones, Rich Buckler, Al Milgrom and Mike Vosburg as they entered Marvel Comics with a passion bringing carrying the company into the Bronze Age. Tom also describes his career lettering over 6000 pages of Chris Claremont's run on the Uncanny X-Men through the series' best years, and why they left it in 1992. ©Comic Book Historians Uncanny X-Men ©Marvel Comics No Sense Remix - Standard License. Support us at https://www.patreon.com/comicbookhistorians
Show Notes

Alex Grand, Bill  Field, and Jim Thompson interview legendary Comics Letterer, Tom Orzechowski discussing the history of Comic Books alongside his personal and professional involvement in comics starting in 1958, through the impression that Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko and Artie Simek made in the Silver Age, through to the Detroit Fan Fair Comic Convention that united him, Jim Starlin, Arvell Jones, Rich Buckler, Al Milgrom and Mike Vosburg as they entered Marvel Comics with a passion pushing the company into the Bronze Age. Tom also describes his career lettering over 6000 pages of Chris Claremont's run on the Uncanny X-Men through the series' best years, and why they left it in 1992. ©Comic Book Historians. Uncanny X-Men ©Marvel Comics, No Sense Remix - Standard License. Support us at https://www.patreon.com/comicbookhistorians

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