Sunday, August 26, 2007

National Public Radio (NPR) on Comics & Cartoons H-K

Hamilton, William. 1995.
Cartoon Demise [newspaper comic strips].
National Public Radio's Weekly Edition: The Best of NPR News (May 19)

*Hanson, Victor Davis. 2007.
A Critical View of Miller's Blockbuster '300'.
National Public Radio's Talk of the Nation (March 12).
Online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=7854210

Hansen, Liane. 1995.
Beau Hunks Play Raymond Scott [animation soundtrack music].
National Public Radio's Weekend Edition Sunday (August 27)

Hansen, Liane. 1995.
Chris Claremont [interview].
National Public Radio's Weekend Edition Sunday (October 22)

Hansen, Liane. 1996.
Dilbert's Creator [Scott Adams interview].
National Public Radio's Weekend Edition Sunday (February 18)

Hansen, Liane. 1997.
Rocky & Bullwinkle [interview with Jay Ward's daughter].
National Public Radio's Weekend Edition Sunday (January 26)

Hansen, Liane. 1998.
Sluggy Freelance [interview with Pete Abrams, creator of on-line comic strip].
National Public Radio's Weekend Edition Show (September 13)

*Hansen, Liane. 2001.
The Boondocks.
National Public Radio's Weekend Edition Show (October 21).
online at http://www.npr.org/features/feature.php?wfId=1131850

*Hansen, Liane. 2003.
'It Was a Dark and Silly Night...' Art Spiegelman Collects Stories for Kids in Comic Book.
National Public Radio's Weekend Edition Sunday (September 21)

*Hansen, Liane. 2006.
Billy Childs and the Lush Jazz of 'Lyric' [music inspired by Spiegelman's Maus].
National Public Radio's Weekend Edition Show (January 15).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=5156713

*Hansen, Liane. 2006.
The Science that Makes Superman So, Well, Super.
National Public Radio's Weekend Edition Sunday (June 25).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=5509958

*Hansen, Liane. 2006.
Director Coulter Discusses 'Hollywoodland'.
National Public Radio's Weekend Edition Sunday (September 3).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=5758878

Hartman, Leda. 1998.
Kudzu, the Musical.
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (March 16)

*Helfrich, Gretchen. 2001.
The Evolution of Comics [radio show with Spiegelman, Ware and McCloud].
WBEZ's Odyssey (November 16)

*Helfrich, Gretchen. 2001.
Comics and Storytelling [radio show with Eisner, Mouly and Gaiman].
WBEZ's Odyssey (November 15)

Hochberg, Adam. 1997.
Goodbye Joe Camel.
National Public Radio's All Things Considered (July 10)

Hoke, Martin. 1995.
Cry Baby [commentary by Congressman on a political cartoon of Newt Gingrich].
National Public Radio's All Things Considered (November 16)

*Horwich, Jeff. 2007.
What ever happened to Captain Planet?
Minnesota Public Radio (February 16).
online at http://minnesota.publicradio.org/display/web/2007/02/16/captain_planet/?rsssource=1

*Inge, David. 2005.
The Slow-Motion Suicide of the American Empire, Ted Rall, Journalist, columnist and cartoonist, Universal Press Syndicate.
WILL's Focus 580 (November 3).
online at http://www.will.uiuc.edu/am/focus/archives/05/051031.htm

*Inge, David. 2005.
Cartoons, Robert C. Harvey, cartoon historian.
WILL's Focus 580 (May 2).
online at http://www.will.uiuc.edu/willmp3/focus050502b.mp3

*Inskeep, Steve. 2003.
Cartoonists [Gene and Kim Deitch].
National Public Radio's All Things Considered (July 6).
online at http://discover.npr.org/rundowns/segment.jhtml?wfId=1321715

*Inskeep, Steve. 2004.
Art Spiegelman: 'In the Shadow of No Towers'.
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (September 10).
online at http://www.npr.org/features/feature.php?wfId=3908199

*Inskeep, Steve. 2004.
Look Who's 40: 'Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer'.
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (December 1).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=4193235

*Inskeep, Steve. 2005.
'The New Yorker' Offers Archives on DVD.
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (September 20).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=4855605

*Inskeep, Steve. 2006.
Muslim Society Official Explains Mission Against Cartoons.
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (February 8).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=5195798

*Inskeep, Steve and Rachel Martin. 2006.
Denmark Tries to Ease Muslim Anger over Cartoons.
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (February 7).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=5193566

*Inskeep, Steve. 2006.
Graphic Novel Depicts Surreal North Korea.
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (October 13).
online at http://news.mpbc.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=6256290

*Inskeep, Steve. 2006.
The Father of the Addams Family.
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (October 31).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=6407492

*Inskeep, Steve and Renee Montagne. 2006.
TV Channel Cuts Scenes of Smoking in Cartoons.
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (August 22).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=5688647

*Johnson, Soterios. 2004.
Nancy And Joan Get Married? [lesbian cartoonist and DC editor Joan Hilty]
WNYC (May 16).
online at http://www.publicbroadcasting.net/wnyc/news.newsmain?action=article&ARTICLE_ID=639479

*Jones, Andrejz. 2006.
Special Effects Liven Up Action Figures.
National Public Radio's All Things Considered (September 27).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=6154833

Joyce, Christopher. 1998.
Tobacco, Teens & Documents [Joe Camel advertising].
National Public Radio's All Things Considered (January 14)

Joyce, Christopher. 1998.
Teen Smoking [Joe Camel advertising].
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (January 15)

*Kalish, Jon. 2002.
Present at the Creation - Batman.
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (June 17).
online at http://www.npr.org/programs/morning/features/patc/batman/index.html

*Kahn, Carrie. 2005.
Mexican Government Guide Could Aid Illegal Border Crossings.
National Public Radio's All Things Considered (January 7).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=4273855

*Kampfner, Judith. 2007.
Creatures, Milch, McEwan: Silver Surfer.
National Public Radio and WNYC's Studio 360 (June 15).
Online at http://www.studio360.org/episodes/2007/06/15

*Kaplan, Susan. 2000.
Marvel Comic Comeback.
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (November 29)

Karr, Rick. 1998.
Ariel Schrag: Berkeley High's Comic Book Writer
National Public Radio's Anthem (June 27)

Karr, Rick. 1998.
Harvey Pekar on Klezmer [music].
National Public Radio's Anthem (April 11)

Karr, Rick. 1998.
Harvey Pekar on Uncommon Instruments in Jazz [music].
National Public Radio's Anthem (June 6)

Karr, Rick. 1998.
Jazz Cartoonist, Harvey Pekar
National Public Radio's Anthem (February 14)

Karr, Rick. 1999.
Balkan Jazz Influences [with Harvey Pekar].
National Public Radio's Anthem (May 15)

Kasell, Carl. 1997.
[Reynold's drops Joe Camel in California].
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (September 10)

Katchor, Ben et. al. 1995.
Julius Knipl: Real Estate Photographer [radio play; 1st episode].
National Public Radio's Weekly Edition (June 17)

Katchor, Ben et. al. 1995.
Julius Knipl: Real Estate Photographer - "The Ink Eradicator" [radio play; 3rd episode].
National Public Radio's Weekly Edition Saturday (July 29)

Katchor, Ben et. al. 1995.
Julius Knipl: Real Estate Photographer [radio play; 4th episode ( 3:00)].
National Public Radio's Weekend Edition Saturday (August 26)

Katchor, Ben et. al. 1995.
Julius Knipl: Real Estate Photographer [radio play; 5th episode].
National Public Radio's Weekend Edition Saturday (September 16)

Katchor, Ben et. al. 1995.
Julius Knipl: Real Estate Photographer [radio play episode (2:45)].
National Public Radio's Weekend Edition Saturday (October 7)

Katchor, Ben et. al. 1995.
Julius Knipl: Real Estate Photographer [radio play episode (2:30)].
Weekend Edition Saturday (October 28)

Katchor, Ben et. al. 1995.
Julius Knipl: Real Estate Photographer - "The Doubletalk Artist" [radio play episode (4:00)].
Weekend Edition Saturday (November 18)

Katchor, Ben et. al. 1995.
Julius Knipl: Real Estate Photographer - "The Nail-Biting Salon" [radio play episode].
Weekend Edition Saturday (December 16)

Katchor, Ben et. al. 1996.
Julius Knipl: Real Estate Photographer - "The Radiator Musician" [radio play episode].
National Public Radio's Weekend Edition Saturday (January 20)

Katchor, Ben et. al. 1996.
Julius Knipl: Real Estate Photographer - "The Siren Query Brigade" [radio play episode].
National Public Radio's Weekend Edition Saturday (February 17)

Katchor, Ben et. al. 1996.
Julius Knipl: Real Estate Photographer [radio play last episode (4:00)].
National Public Radio's Weekend Edition Saturday (March 23)

*Keillor, Garrison. 2005.
Literary Friendships: Michael Chabon and Ayelet Waldman.
Minnesota Public Radio's MPR Presents (August 14).
online at http://minnesota.publicradio.org/radio/programs/mpr_presents/

*Kelemen, Michele. 2004.
Julius Schwartz, Force Behind Comics' Silver Age, Dies [with Joe Kubert].
National Public Radio's Weekend Edition Sunday (February 15).
online at http://www.npr.org/rundowns/rundown.php?prgDate=15-Feb-2004&prgId=10

*Kennedy, Bruce. 2003.
Comic-Writing Not Always Funny Business [Michael Jantze creator of 'The Norm' strip]
WABE (September 25).
online at http://www.publicbroadcasting.net/wabe/news.newsmain?action=article&ARTICLE_ID=550138

Kerr, Euan. 1995.
[Sculptor's lawsuit against film "Batman Forever"].
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (June 22)

*Kerr, Euan. 2000.
101 Snoopys.
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (September 29).
online at http://discover.npr.org/features/feature.jhtml?wfId=1111755

*Kerr, Euan. 2002.
Author Neil Gaiman's latest horror novel aimed at young readers.
Minnesota Public Radio's All Things Considered (August 12).
online at http://news.minnesota.publicradio.org/features/2002/08/12_kerre_gaiman/

*Kerr, Euan. 2003.
Folk Underground: Happy little pop songs about going to hell [with Gaiman].
Minnesota Public Radio (December 11).
online at http://news.minnesota.publicradio.org/features/2003/12/11_kerre_folkunderground/

*Kerr, Euan. 2005.
Telling Fone Bone's epic story.
Minnesota Public Radio (March 16).
online at http://news.minnesota.publicradio.org/features/2005/03/16_kerre_bone/

*Kerr, Euan. 2006.
Neil Gaiman's busy year.
Minnesota Public Radio's All Things Considered (October 5).
online at http://minnesota.publicradio.org/display/web/2006/10/05/gaiman/

*Kerr, Euan. 2007.
The Dynamic Duo of Dark Visions [Gaiman and McKean].
Minnesota Public Radio’s All Things Considered (January 11).
online at http://minnesota.publicradio.org/display/web/2007/01/11/mckeangaiman/

*Kerr, Euan. 2007.
Manga show displays girl power (and internationalism).
Minnesota Public Radio’s All Things Considered (May 25).
Online at http://minnesota.publicradio.org/display/web/2007/05/25/manga/

*Keyes, Allison. 2005.
Comic Character Has Spider Sense and Latin Roots {Marvel's Arana and Joe Quesada].
National Public Radio's News & Notes with Ed Gordon (January 13)
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=4282470

*Keyes, Allison. 2005.
Black Comic Book Superheroes.
National Public Radio's News & Notes with Ed Gordon (August 31).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=4825984

*Knoy, Laura. 2006.
Drawing the Line on Editorial Cartoons [Danish Islam cartoons with Mike Marland and Stephen Bissette].
New Hampshire Public Radio's The Exchange (February 13).
online at http://www.nhpr.org/node/10293

*Kokich, Jerry. 2004.
Commentary: Growing Up to Be Spider-Man.
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (October 18).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=4113611

*Krasny, Michael. 2007.
Manga.
National Public Radio and KQED’s Forum (June 19).
Online at http://www.kqed.org/epArchive/R706191000

Kushner, Ellen. 2000.
Dreams [Program 528; Neil Gaiman interview].
Public Radio International's Sound and Spirit (July 9)

National Public Radio (NPR) on Comics & Cartoons E-G

*Edelstein, David. 2004.
Movie Review: 'Hellboy'.
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (April 2)
online at http://www.npr.org/features/feature.php?wfId=1807406

*Edelstein, David. 2004.
Movie Review: 'Shrek 2'.
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (May 21).
online at http://www.npr.org/features/feature.php?wfId=1905212

*Edelstein, David. 2005.
Miller, Rodriguez Stylize Violence in 'Sin City'.
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (April 1).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=4571642

*Edelstein, David. 2005.
Following Pixar Split, Disney Returns to Animation [with Miyazaki's Howl's Moving Castle].
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (June 10).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=4697881

Edwards, Bob. 1995.
[Bill Mauldin interview about his World War Two cartoons].
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (May 4)

Edwards, Bob. 1995.
[Charles Schulz interview about the Charlie Brown Christmas animated tv show].
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (December 6)

Edwards, Bob. 1995.
[Disney's computer-animated film "Toy Story"].
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (November 24)

[Edwards, Bob?]. 1995.
[Obit of Friz Freleng, the Warner Brothers' animator responsible for Bugs Bunny. (2:00)]
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (May 29)

Edwards, Bob. 1996.
[interview with animator Chuck Jones about "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" tv show].
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (December 18)

Edwards, Bob. 1996.
['Superman: The Escape' roller coaster].
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (January 11)

Edwards, Bob. 1997.
Comic Clashes [Marvel Comics ownership].
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (February 3)

Edwards, Bob. 1997.
Comic View of Hong Kong [Larry Feign interview].
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (June 26)

[Edwards, Bob]. 1997.
[death of Snow White actress Adriana Caselotti from animated Disney film].
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (January 21)

Edwards, Bob. 1997.
The Dilbert Future.
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (May 19)

*Edwards, Bob. 1999.
Charlie Brown: Still A Good Man.
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (March 4).
online at http://discover.npr.org/features/feature.jhtml?wfId=1046393

*Edwards, Bob. 2001.
Classic Cartoonist Dies [William Hanna].
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (March 23)
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=1120413

*Edwards, Bob. 2002.
Chip Gizmo [in Beetle Bailey].
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (July 4)

*Edwards, Bob. 2003.
'The Far Side' Anthologized: Gary Larson's Strange World of Cows and Other Creatures.
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (October 29)
http://www.npr.org/display_pages/features/feature_1481038.html

*Edwards, Bob. 2003.
Cartoonist Raises a Stink Over Pittsburgh Joke [Darby Conley].
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (November 27).
online at http://www.npr.org/features/feature.php?wfId=1524203

*Edwards, Bob. 2004.
Disney to Close Animation Studio.
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (January 21).
online at http://www.npr.org/features/feature.php?wfId=1608911

*Edwards, Bob. 2004.
Popeye Turns 75.
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (January 21).
online at http://www.npr.org/features/feature.php?wfId=1608909

*Elliott, Debbie and Fred Hiatt. 2006.
Drawing the Line on Offensive Images [Danish Islam editorial cartoons].
National Public Radio's All Things Considered (February 4).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=5189909

*Elliot, Debbie and Kristin Gillespie. 2006.
Muhammad Cartoons Prompt Growing Protests.
National Public Radio's All Things Considered (February 4).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=5189906&ft=1&f=1001

*Felde, Kitty. 2005.
Masters of 20th Century American Comics [exhibit].
Southern California Public Radio and KPCC's Talk of the City (December 28).
online at http://www.scpr.org/programs/talkcity/listings/2005/12/totc_20051226.shtml

Flatow, Ira. 1997.
Science Is Fun [Tom Snyder, co-creator, executive producer, and writer "Dr. Katz: Professional Therapist" animated tv show].
National Public Radio's Talk of the Nation (September 12)

Flatow, Ira. 1998.
Math and the Media [Larry Gonick interview].
National Public Radio's Talk of the Nation (October 9)

*Flatow, Ira. 2005.
The Physics of Superheroes.
National Public Radio's Talk of the Nation (September 16).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=4851397

*Folkenflik, David. 2006.
U.S. Media Avoid Publishing Controversial Cartoons [Danish Islam].
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (February 7).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=5193569

*Folkenflik, David. 2007.
Two Held in Boston After Cartoon Bomb Scare [Aqua Teen Hunger Force].
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (February 1).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=7113133&ft=1&f=1003

*Frost, Allison. 2007.
The Portland-Tweety Bird Connection.
Oregon Public Broadcasting's OPB News (March 13).
Online at http://www.publicbroadcasting.net/opb/news.newsmain?action=article&ARTICLE_ID=1053169

Frum, David. 1996.
[review of Disney's animated movie 'The Hunchback of Notre Dame'].
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (June 19)

*Gardner, David and Tom. 2004.
'Dilbert' Creator Scott Adams.
National Public Radio's The Motley Fool (January 2).
online at http://www.npr.org/features/feature.php?wfId=1581312

*Gardner, David. 2005.
Marvel's Highlights and Lowlights [Peter Cuneo interview].
National Public Radio's The Motley Fool (January 21).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=4462417

*Garfield, Bob and Blake Bell. 2002.
Man Behind Spider-Man Unmasked [Steve Ditko].
WYNC / National Public Radio's On the Media (May 4).
online at http://66.100.119.154/onthemedia/transcripts_050402_spiderman.html

*Garfield, Bob. 2003.
Sacco's New War.
WYNC / National Public Radio's On the Media (November 14).
online at http://www.wnyc.org/onthemedia/otm111403.html and http://www.wnyc.org/onthemedia/transcripts/transcripts_111403_sacco.html

*Garfield Bob. 2006.
Speech Impediment [Danish Islam cartoons].
National Public Radio's On the Media (February 10).
online at http://www.onthemedia.org/otm021006.html

*Garfield, Bob. 2006.
Drawing Ire [Danish Islam cartoons].
National Public Radio's On the Media (February 3, 2006)
online at http://www.onthemedia.org/otm020306.html

*Garfield Bob. 2006.
Arab Media Politics [Danish Islam cartoons].
National Public Radio's On the Media (February 10).
online at http://www.onthemedia.org/otm021006.html

*Garfield, Bob. 2007.
Tintin in the World [R.Sikoryak interview].
National Public Radio's On the Media (June 15).
online at http://www.onthemedia.org/transcripts/2007/06/15/08

*Garland, David. 2003.
Art Spiegelman [MOCCA and Jessica Abel].
WYNC's Spinning on Air (June 20).
online at http://www.wnyc.org/shows/spinning/archive.html

*Garland, David. 2003.
Harvey Pekar & Joyce Brabner
WYNC's Spinning on Air (August 22).
online at http://www.wnyc.org/shows/spinning/episodes/08222003

*Garland, David. 2004.
Of Craig Thompson, of Of Montreal, and of more.
WNYC's Spinning On Air July 16, 2004
online at http://www.wnyc.org/shows/spinning/episodes/07162004

*Gillespie, Kristen. 2006.
Editor Arrested for Publishing Cartoons in Jordan [Danish Islam]..
National Public Radio's Day to Day (February 13).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=5203801

Gladstone, Brooke. 1997.
Recreating MAD Magazine
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (May 1)

Gladstone, Brooke. 1999.
Cartoonist Saul Steinberg [obituary].
National Public Radio's All Things Considered (May 19)

Gladstone, Brooke. 2000.
The Enduring Comic Strip.
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (May 16)

*Gladstone, Brooke and Paul Cambria. 2001.
Porn and Comics Self-Regulation.
WYNC / National Public Radio's On the Media (April 14).
online at http://66.100.119.154/onthemedia/transcripts_041401_porncomics.html

*Gladstone, Brooke and Bob Garfield. 2002.
The Jewish Thing [Stan Lee and Tom Brevoort].
WYNC / National Public Radio's On the Media (August 2).
online at http://www.wnyc.org/onthemedia/transcripts_080202_thing.html

*Gladstone, Brooke and Bob Garfield. 2003.
Cartoonist Draws Attention [Michael Ramirez editorial cartoon].
WYNC / National Public Radio's On the Media (July 25)
online at http://www.wnyc.org/files/onthemedia_toon.html

*Gladstone, Brooke. 2005.
Men of Tomorrow [Gerard Jones].
WYNC / National Public Radio's On the Media (February 4).
online at http://onthemedia.org/otm020405.html

*Gladstone, Brooke and Bob Garfield. 2005.
The Thing's Jewish Mother.
WYNC / National Public Radio's On the Media (February 4).
online at http://onthemedia.org/otm020405.html

*Glass, Ira. 2001.
Superpowers (Episode 178) [Chris Ware interview].
National Public Radio's This American Life (February 23)

*Glass, Ira. 2005.
Know Your Enemy [Superman radio show].
Public Radio International and WBEZ's This American Life (March 25).

Goldfarb, Michael. 1996.
[English animators the Brothers Quay interview].
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (April 2)

*Goldman, Tom. 2005.
'Far Side' Entomology Class Has Students Abuzz.
National Public Radio's All Things Considered (January 4).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=4258512

Goldsmith, Martin and Royal S. Brown. 1999.
Great Film Music: Silent, Classic and Modern Eras ['Batman' score]
National Public Radio's Performance Today (January 6)

*Gonzales, Jocelyn. 2003.
Cartoon Universe [Cartoon Network].
National Public Radio's Studio 360 (February 2).
online at http://www.wnyc.org/studio360/show030202.html

Gonzales, Richard. 1996.
Marijuana Initiative [Doonesbury].
National Public Radio's All Things Considered (October 22)

*Gonyea, Don. 2006.
Bush Urges Muslim Leaders to Calm Cartoon Furor.
National Public Radio's All Things Considered (February 8).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=5196763&ft=1&f=5196793

*Gordon, Dick. 2004.
Animation's History.
National Public Radio and WBUR's The Connection (April 2).
online at http://www.theconnection.org/shows/2004/04/20040402_b_main.asp

Grice, Bonnie. 1998.
['Dancing Baby' computer animation interview].
National Public Radio's Anthem (January 31)

Grice, Bonnie. 1998.
Remembering Cartoonist of "Spy vs. Spy" [Antonio Prohias].
National Public Radio's Anthem (February 28)

Grice, Bonnie. 1998.
Return of Mickey Mouse [Disney's' Mouseworks' tv cartoon series].
National Public Radio's Anthem (January 24)

*Gross, Arye. 2006.
Hanukkah: A Time for Superheroes [religion, Judaism].
WGBH and Public Radio International's Arts & Ideas (December 17).
online at http://www.wgbh.org/schedules/program-info?episode_id=3133923&program_id=30082

Gross, Terry. 1990.
[Bob Kane interview].
National Public Radio's Fresh Air?

Gross, Terry. 1990.
"Peanuts" creator Charles Schulz [interview on animated Christmas show].
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (December18)

Gross, Terry. 1992
[Edward Gorey interview].
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (April 2)

*Gross, Terry. 1995.
Producer/ Director Terry Zwigoff [on 'Crumb'].
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (April 17)

*Gross, Terry. 1995.
Cartoonist Bill Griffith creator of 'Zippy' [on 'Crumb'].
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (April 17)

Gross, Terry. 1996.
"Peanuts" creator Charles Schulz [rebroadcast of 1990 interview].
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (December 6)

Gross, Terry. 1997.
Pop Artist Dies [Roy Lichtenstein interview rebroadcast].
National Public Radio's Early Morning Edition (September 30)

Gross, Terry. 1998.
["The Simpsons" celebrates its 200th animated tv episode. Interviews with Matt Groening, composer Alf Clausen, producers Al Jean and Mike Reiss, actress Julie Kavner, the voice of Marge, Harry Shearer].
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (April 3)

*Gross, Terry. 1998.
Far Side cartoonist Gary Larson has written and illustrated the new book "There's A Hair In My Dirt!
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (April 30)

Gross, Terry. 1998.
[Political cartoonist Dan Perkins, otherwise known as Tom Tomorrow, the creator of the weekly syndicated cartoon strip "This Modern World." interview].
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (September 23)

Gross, Terry. 1998.
"Peanuts" creator Charles Schulz [rebroadcast of 1990 interview on animated Christmas show].
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (December 4)

*Gross, Terry. 1998.
Animation historian Steve Schneider is author of the 1988 release "That's All Folks : The Art of Warner Bros.Animation.
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (December 31)

Gross, Terry. 2000.
"Peanuts" creator Charles Schulz [rebroadcast of 1990 interview].
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (January 7)

Gross, Terry. 2000.
[Charles Schulz, the creator of the cartoon strip "Peanuts" died Saturday night. 1990 interview rebroadcast].
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (February 14)

Gross, Terry. 2000.
[Macabre cartoonist and illustrator Edward Gorey died on Saturday at the age
of 75 of a heart attack.]
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (April 17)

Gross, Terry. 2000.
[Nick Park and Peter Lord interview on animated film "Chicken Run."]
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (June 19)

*Gross, Terry. 2000.
Cartoonist Stan Lee.
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (July 14)

*Gross, Terry. 2000.
Robert Smigel.
Fresh Air (December 19)

Gross, Terry. 2001.
Writer Michael Chabon [interview].
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (May 1)

*Gross, Terry. 2001.
Cartoonist Daniel Clowes.
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (September 6)

*Gross, Terry. 2001.
Producer/Director Terry Zwigoff [on 'Ghost World'].
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (September 6)

*Gross, Terry. 2002.
John Lasseter, Executive Vice President of Creative for Pixar, Inc.
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (February 27)

*Gross, Terry. 2002.
Writer Gerard Jones.
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (April 1)

*Gross, Terry. 2002.
Robert Mankoff.
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (November 27)

*Gross, Terry. 2003.
Writer Harvey Pekar and his Wife Joyce Brabner.
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (August 4).
online at http://freshair.npr.org/day_fa.jhtml?display=day&todayDate=08/04/2003

*Gross, Terry. 2003.
Filmmakers Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini [on Pekar's American Splendor].
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (August 4).
online at http://freshair.npr.org/day_fa.jhtml?display=day&todayDate=08/04/2003

*Gross, Terry. 2003.
'Boondocks' Creator Aaron McGruder.
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (October 14).
online at http://freshair.npr.org/day_fa.jhtml?display=day&todayDate=10/14/2003

*Gross, Terry. 2003.
'Far Side' Cartoonist Gary Larson.
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (October 17).
online at http://freshair.npr.org/day_fa.jhtml?display=day&todayDate=10/17/2003

*Gross, Terry. 2003.
'Simpsons' Creator Matt Groening.
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (October 23).
online at http://freshair.npr.org/day_fa.jhtml?display=day&todayDate=10/23/2003

*Gross, Terry. 2003.
The Cartoon Network's Mike Lazzo.
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (November 11).
online at http://freshair.npr.org/day_fa.jhtml?todayDate=11/11/2003

*Gross, Terry. 2003.
'The Simpsons' Creator Matt Groening.
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (December 18).
online at http://freshair.npr.org/day_fa.jhtml?display=day&todayDate=12/18/2003

*Gross, Terry. 2004.
Comic Book Writer Steven Seagle.
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (June 9).
online at http://freshair.npr.org/day_fa.jhtml?todayDate=06/09/2004

*Gross, Terry. 2004.
Art Spiegelman and 'The Shadow of No Towers'.
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (September 16).
online at http://freshair.npr.org/day_fa.jhtml?display=day&todayDate=09/16/2004

*Gross, Terry. 2004.
'South Park' Creator Matt Stone on Fighting Terrorism.
Fresh Air Thursday (October 14).
online at http://freshair.npr.org/day_fa.jhtml?display=day&todayDate=10/14/2004

*Gross, Terry. 2004.
Tom Kenny, Voice of SpongeBob SquarePants.
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (November 16).

*Gross, Terry. 2004.
Last Laughs 2004: Cartoonist Matt Groening.
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (December 29).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=4249835

*Gross, Terry. 2005.
Miller and Rodriguez: 'Sin City'.
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (April 11).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=4585635

*Gross, Terry. 2005.
Scoring Political Points in Editorial Cartoons [Nick Anderson].
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (April 27).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=4621498

*Gross, Terry. 2005.
A 'Handbook' to Robert Crumb.
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (May 2).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=4627180

*Gross, Terry. 2005.
Graphic Novelist Daniel Clowes.
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (June 23).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=4715648

*Gross, Terry. 2005.
The Childhood of Harvey Pekar, 'The Quitter'.
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (November 10).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=5005754

*Gross, Terry. 2006.
'Masters of American Comics': A History of the Funnies.
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (January 3).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=5080874

*Gross, Terry. 2006.
Stealing Thunder from Satirists in the Mideast [Danish Islam cartoons and Israel's Dimona Comix].
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (February 16).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=5219479

*Gross, Terry. 2006.
Richard Linklater, Directing 'Darkly'.
National Public Radio and WHYY's Fresh Air (July 10).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=5545651

*Gross, Terri. 2007.
The Crumbs' Underground Comics.
National Public Radio's Fresh Air and WHYY (February 13).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=7382111

National Public Radio (NPR) on Comics & Cartoons: A Beginning Bibliography A-D

After the stunning success of my posting of an index of films and television based on comics, I thought I'd stick up another one of my long-term projects, which I think is already online at Michigan State but wildly out-of-date.

National Public Radio (NPR) on Comics & Cartoons: A Beginning Bibliography

NPR has done many interviews relating to comics and cartoons in the 1990s and this bibliography begins a listing of them. For a short time, NPR even produced and aired a radio show based on a comic strip - Ben Katchor's "Julius Knipl, Real Estate Photographer", starring Jerry Stiller as Julius. Radio used to be an ephemeral medium - possibly saved as a recording, but perhaps only in the hands of a private collector. Thanks to the Internet, it has become easy to find a transcript or recording of a show. NPR offers both, sometimes for free. This bibliography was mostly compiled using NPR's website search engine, but not all shows seem to appear on the site and I have been able to list a few from other sources. Many of the programs can be heard on www.npr.org. Tapes and transcripts can be ordered from their toll-free number: 1-877-NPR-TEXT (1-877-677-8398) or for international calls: (+801)374-102. By mail, write to NPR c/o Burrelle's Transcripts, P.O. Box 7, Livingston, New Jersey 07039-0007. Be warned that the cost is not insignificant.

All of these citations will be, and many others from different sources already are, listed in the Comics Research Bibliography by John Bullough & Mike Rhode available on line at: http://www.rpi.edu/~bulloj/comxbib.html. Comics Stuff is an occasional publication showcasing aspects of comics collecting and indexing beyond the comic book and toy price guides. New additions marked with *.

Abel, Jessica and Ira Glass. 1999.
Radio: An Illustrated Guide [comic book].
Chicago: WBEZ

*Accomando, Beth. 2002.
An Anime Metropolis: Japanese Animators Bring Distinctive Touch to a Classic Film.
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (January 24)

*Adair, Ben. 2005.
Masters of American Comics [exhibit].
Southern California Public Radio and KPCC's Pacific Drift (December 18).
online at http://www.scpr.org/programs/pacificdrift/listings/2005/12/20051218.html

*Adair, Ben. 2005.
Comics as Art: Kozyndan.
Southern California Public Radio and KPCC's Pacific Drift (December 18).
online at http://www.scpr.org/programs/pacificdrift/listings/2005/12/20051218.html

Adams, Noah. 1994.
Snow White [Disney animated movie compared to original German story].
National Public Radio's All Things Considered (October 31)

Adams, Noah. 1995.
Batmobile FX ["Batman Forever" movie].
National Public Radio's All Things Considered (June 22)

Adams, Noah. 1996.
Dalmatians [dog breeding due to Disney animated movie].
National Public Radio's All Things Considered (November 21)

Adams, Noah. 1998
Earthy Humor [Gary Larson and children's book].
National Public Radio's All Things Considered (April 22)

Adams, Noah. 1998.
Prohias Obit [interview with Mad editor Nick Meglin].
National Public Radio's All Things Considered (February 26)

Adams, Noah. 1998.
Rugrats' Voices [animated movie].
National Public Radio's All Things Considered (November 24)

Adams, Noah. 1999.
New IMAX Version of 'The Old Man and the Sea' [by Russian animator Alexander Petrov].
National Public Radio's All Things Considered (October 1)

*Adams, Noah. 2000.
A Charlie Brown Christmas [with animator Lee Mendelson].
National Public Radio's All Things Considered (December 8).
online at http://discover.npr.org/features/feature.jhtml?wfId=1115237

Adams, Noah. 2000.
Peanuts Void [on Schulz retirement].
National Public Radio's All Things Considered (January 3)

Adams, Noah. 2000.
Gorey Obit.
National Public Radio's All Things Considered (April 17)

*Adams, Noah. 2007.
Groups Urge Murders of Cartoonist, Editor [Swedish Islam cartoon].
National Public Radio's All Things Considered (September 15).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=14447234

Adler, Margot. 1999.
[McFarlane's baseball purchase].
National Public Radio's All Things Considered (February 8)

*Adler, Margot. 2006.
African Artists Display Continent in Comic Strips.
National Public Radio's Day to Day (December 28).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=6690603

*Amos, Deborah. 2006.
Protests Over Cartoons Turn Violent in Lebanon.
National Public Radio's All Things Considered (February 5).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=5190815

*Amos, Deborah. 2006.
Violent Backlash Persists over Muhammad Cartoons.
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (February 6).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=5191200

*Andersen, Kurt. 2002.
Comics with guest Art Spiegelman [and Michael Chabon].
Public Radio International and WNYC's Studio 360 (August 1)

*Andersen, Kurt. 2002.
Toys, Panter and Pixelvision.
Public Radio International and WNYC 's Studio 360 (December 28)

*Andersen, Kurt. 2005.
Phoebe Gloeckner.
Public Radio International and WNYC 's Studio 360 (July 30)

*Andersen, Kurt. 2006.
Superman: Kurt Andersen explores why "The Man of Steel" remains as popular and elusive as ever.
Public Radio International and WNYC's Studio 360 (July 7).
online at http://www.studio360.org/americanicons/ai_show070706.html

*Andersen, Kurt. 2007.
Thyre, Omaha, Big Boy [Steve Heller on Bob’s Big Boy; Miriam Katin]..
Public Radio International and WNYC 's Studio 360 (April 13).
Online at http://www.studio360.org/episodes/2007/04/13

*Anderton, Frances. 2003.
Cartoons for the 21st Century.
KCRW's Design and Architecture (June 17).
online at http://www.kcrw.com/cgi-bin/db/kcrw.pl?show_code=de&air_date=6/17/03&tmplt_type=show

Appel, Toby. 1997.
A Symphony for the Man of Steel [Superman music piece "Metropolis Symphony"].
National Public Radio's Performance Today (May 6)

Arnold, Chris. 1997.
Comic Entrepreneur [Todd McFarlane].
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (May 7)

*Arnold, Chris. 2002.
Lawsuit Threatened Over MIT Battle Gear [Radix comic book].
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (September 16)
online at http://search.npr.org/cf/cmn/cmnpd01fm.cfm?PrgDate=09/16/2002&PrgID=3

*Ashbrook, Tom. 2005.
Harvey Pekar's American Life.
National Public Radio and WBUR's On Point (January 25).
online at http://www.onpointradio.org/shows/2005/01/20050125_b_main.asp

*Ashbrook, Tom. 2007.
Disney Magic.
National Public Radio and WBUR's On Point (March 8).
online at http://www.onpointradio.org/shows/2007/03/20070308_b_main.asp

Barnett, David. 1998.
Superman stamp.
National Public Radio's All Things Considered (September 10)

Barry, Lynda. 1998.
Thanksgiving Story [autobiographical story by cartoonist].
National Public Radio's Weekly Edition (November 21)

*Barry, Lynda. 2005.
American Humorist Series: Lynda Barry.
Minnesota Public Radio's MPR Presents (September 25).
online at http://minnesota.publicradio.org/radio/programs/mpr_presents/

*Bates, Karen Grigsby. 2003.
'The Boondocks' Creator Aaron McGruder: Comic Strip's Black Characters Take on Racists, Bush, BET.
National Public Radio's Day to Day (October 13).
http://www.npr.org/display_pages/features/feature_1464214.html

*Bates, Karen Grigsby. 2004.
'Boondocks' Creator vs. Bill Cosby.
National Public Radio's Day to Day (July 29).
online at http://www.npr.org/features/feature.php?wfId=3802467

*Bates , Karen Grigsby. 2006.
'On the Couch': Cartoonists Aim Ink at Shrinks [New Yorker psychiatry exhibit].
National Public Radio's Day to Day (September 22).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=6124092

*Bates , Karen Grigsby. 2006.
Books for Everyone on Your Holiday Gift List [Doug Marlette, Acocella’s Cancer Vixen, Satrapi’s Chicken with Plums].
National Public Radio's Day to Day (December 14)
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=6589823

*Beardsley, Eleanor. 2005.
French Flip for Comic Books at Festival.
National Public Radio's Weekend Edition (February 13).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=4497378

*Beardsley, Eleanor. 2006.
Protest Deepens with Reprint of Muhammad Cartoons.
National Public Radio's All Things Considered (February 2).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=5186072&ft=1&f=1001

*Beardsley, Eleanor. 2006.
Paris Paper Publishes New Muhammad Cartoon.
National Public Radio's All Things Considered (February 8).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=5196766

*Bevilacqua, Joe. 2003.
Lessons from Daws Butler: Book Passes on Cartoon Legend's Tricks of the Trade.
National Public Radio's All Things Considered (October 9).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=1460443

*Bevilacqua, Joe. 2004.
Archiving Classic Animated Films and Cartoons.
National Public Radio's Day to Day (September 15).
online at http://www.npr.org/features/feature.php?wfId=3919181

*Bevilacqua, Joe. 2006.
Joseph Barbera, Legendary Animator, Dies.
National Public Radio's All Things Considered (December 18).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=6644591

*Bianculli, David. 1994.
TV critic, David Bianculli, reviews new prime-time cartoon series, "The Critic".
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (January 26)

*Bianculli, David. 2003.
TV critic David Bianculli reviews Clone High, a new animated series on MTV.
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (January 20).
online at http://freshair.npr.org/day_fa.jhtml?display=day&todayDate=01/20/2003

*Biewen, John and Chris Farrell. 2006.
Japan's Pop Power.
American RadioWorks (October).
online at http://americanradioworks.publicradio.org/features/japan/index.html

*Blair, Elizabeth. 2002.
Present at the Creation: Buster Brown.
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (May 6)

Block, Melissa. 1995.
Pocahontas in Park [Disney animated movie premier].
National Public Radio's All Things Considered (June 9)

*Block, Melissa. 2006.
Editorial Cartoonist Luckovich Nets a Pulitzer.
National Public Radio's All Things Considered (April 17).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=5346807

*Block, Melissa. 2006.
Chronicling Cancer, in Graphic Form [Brian Fies and Miriam Engelberg].
National Public Radio's All Things Considered (June 29).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=5521170

*Bogaev, Barbara. 2002.
Comic book writer Stan Lee.
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (June 4)

*Bogaev, Barbara. 2002.
Cartoonist and writer Frank Miller.
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (November 14)

*Bogaev, Barbara. 2003.
Animator Mike Judge.
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (August 15)

Brand, Madeleine. 2000.
On-line Comic Books [Stan Lee; Scott McCloud; Art Spiegelman].
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (January 20)

*Brand, Madeleine. 2002.
Powerpuff Girls.
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (November 15).
online at http://discover.npr.org/features/feature.jhtml?wfId=1114006

*Brand, Madeleine. 2006.
Controversial Muhammad Cartoons Reprinted in France.
National Public Radio's Day to Day (February 8).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=5196320

*Brand, Madeleine and Charles Solomon. 2004.
Disney's WWII Propaganda and Training Films.
National Public Radio's Day to Day (May 31).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=1917088

*Brand, Madeleine and Charles Solomon. 2004.
'The Simpsons' Voice Actors Demand Higher Pay.
National Public Radio's Day to Day (April 16)
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=1840298

*Brand, Madeleine and Charles Solomon. 2004.
Oscar Watch: 'Triplets' Giving 'Nemo' a Run for its Money.
National Public Radio's Day to Day (February 2)
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=1629012

*Browning, Frank. 2003.
Comic book Fair [at Angouleme].
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (January 27).
online at http://discover.npr.org/features/feature.jhtml?wfId=940360

*Browning, Frank. 2004.
Getting Graphic at the Haarlem Comics Festival.
National Public Radio's Day to Day (June 18).
online at http://www.npr.org/features/feature.php?wfId=1964237

*Browning Frank. 2005.
R. Crumb's Musical Moonlighting.
National Public Radio's Weekend Edition (April 16).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=4603350

*Bronwyn C. 2003.
The oft-delayed Comics show!
WFMU's Read 'Em and Weep (April 9th)
online at http://www.wfmu.org/listen.ram?show=7135.

*Capelouto, Susanna. 2007.
Comic Book Store Owner on Trial for Nude Images.
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (August 14).
Online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=12768951&sc=emaf

*Carpenter, Stanford W. 2006.
Wannabe Heroes Give TV a Healthy Dose of Reality [Who Wants to Be a Superhero? reality tv].
National Public Radio's All Things Considered (September 3).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=5759783

*Cech, John. 2005.
Wilhelm Busch, Max and Moritz, and Comics.
WUFT's Recess (April 15).
online at http://www.recess.ufl.edu/transcripts/2005/0415.shtml

Chadwick, Alex. 1995.
[Woody Wilson, writer of the comic strip, "Rex Morgan, M-D" interview].
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (March 3)

Chadwick, Alex. 1996.
[Denny O'Neil interview on Batman and landmine education comics].
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (November 18)

Chadwick, Alex. 1996.
[Reflections on the death of Jerry Siegel, one of the creators of Superman].
National Public Radio's Weekend Edition (February 3)

Chadwick, Alex. 1998.
Batman Creator Dies [Bob Kane].
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (November 6)

*Chideya, Farai. 2006.
'Comics' Exhibit Gathers a Africa's Cartoonists.
National Public Radio's News & Notes (December 26).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=6677035

*Chideya, Farai. 2007.
Black Artists Plot Diverse Themes for Graphic Novels.
National Public Radio News and Notes (January 19).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=6918182

*Cohen, Alex. 2002.
Digital vs. Drawn Animation.
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (June 21)

Coleman, Korva. 2000.
Goodbye Peanuts [with Mort Walker, Wiley Miller and Cathy Guisewite].
National Public Radio's Talk of the Nation (January 3)

*Collins, Mike. 2005.
[We'll take a look at the sometimes controversial funnies page (comic strips)...].
National Public Radio and WFAE's Charlotte Talks (June 2).
online at http://www.wfae.org/podcast/CT20050602.mp3

Conan, Neal. 1995.
Isay [interview with producer on Ben Katchor's Julius Knipl's transition from newspaper cartoon to radio].
National Public Radio's Weekly Edition: The Best of NPR News (June 23)

*Conan, Neal. 2002.
Comic Books [Chabon, Claremont, Spiegelman, Fleener interviews].
National Public Radio's Talk of the Nation (January 9)

*Conan, Neal. 2002.
Marvel Comics Revives 'The Rawhide Kid'.
National Public Radio's Talk of the Nation (December 12)

*Conan, Neal. 2003.
'The Sandman' Creator Neil Gaiman.
National Public Radio's Talk of the Nation (September 18)

*Conan, Neal. 2003.
Opus Returns to the Funny Pages.
National Public Radio's Talk of the Nation (September 18)

*Conan, Neal. 2004.
Birth of the Comic Book [Gerard Jones, Devin Grayson and Chris Claremont].
National Public Radio's Talk of the Nation (October 27).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=4129098

*Conan, Neal. 2004.
Reflections of AIDS in Pop Culture [Judd Winick].
National Public Radio's Talk of the Nation (December 1).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=4195326

*Conan, Neal. 2005.
Manga, Anime and Japanese Culture in America.
National Public Radio's Talk of the Nation (January 31).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=4472410

*Conan, Neal. 2005.
Spawn of Looney Tunes Gang Go High-Tech.
National Public Radio's Talk of the Nation (August 10).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=4794080

*Conan, Neal. 2005.
Children's Fantasy Lit in the Modern World [Neil Gaiman, Tamora Pierce]..
National Public Radio's Talk of the Nation (December 5).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=5039319

*Conan, Neal. 2006.
Where Do Editorial Cartoonists Draw the Line? [Mike Luckovich, Ann Telnaes, Stephen Hess].
National Public Radio's Talk of the Nation (February 9).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=5198673

*Conan, Neal. 2006.
Marvel Characters Split in 'Civil War' Series.
National Public Radio's Talk of the Nation (May 2).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=5376903

*Conan, Neal. 2006.
Graphic Novel Tells Story of Baghdad Lions [Brian Vaughan].
National Public Radio's Talk of the Nation (September 13).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=6068585

*Conan, Neal. 2006.
A Tour of the Nation's Biggest Cartoon Library.
National Public Radio's Talk of the Nation (October 10).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=6230905

*Conan, Neal. 2007.
Writers, Artists Describe State of the Union [Frank Miller].
National Public Radio's Talk of the Nation (January 24).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=7002481

*Conan, Neal. 2007.
The Cartoons That Don't Make It to Print [David Wallis book Killed Cartoons].
National Public Radio's Talk of the Nation (May 29).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=10513696

*Conan, Neal. 2007.
Goodbye, Captain America..
National Public Radio's Talk of the Nation (July 9).
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=11829311

*Cox, Patrick. 2007.
The Moomins cartoon strip report.
Public Radio International's The World (January 26).
online at http://www.theworld.org/?q=node/7631

*Cueller, Catherine. 2004.
Echoes of the Lost Boys of Sudan.
National Public Radio's All Things Considered (June 28)
online at http://www.npr.org/rundowns/segment.php?wfId=3022317

Del Barco, Mandalit. 1995.
[California tax on cartoonists].
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (December 12)

*Del Barco, Mandalit. 2003.
'La Cucaracha' Goes Nationwide: Politically Charged Latino Comic Strip Gains Wider Audience.
National Public Radio's All Things Considered (January 1).
online at http://www.npr.org/features/feature.php?wfId=882141

*Del Barco, Mandalit. 2006.
Muhammad Cartoons Displayed at UC Irvine.
National Public Radio's All Things Considered (March 1)
online at http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=5240309

*Devins, Dorian. 2001.
Art Spiegelman & Francoise Mouly on Little Lit for kids.
WFMU's The Speakeasy (December 17).
online at http://www.wfmu.org/listen.ram?show=1797

*Devins, Dorian. 2001.
Bruce McCall (humor & advertising).
WFMU's The Speakeasy (November 5).
online at http://www.wfmu.org/listen.ram?show=1327

*Devins, Dorian. 2002.
Cartoon voices! June Foray (Rocky the Squirrel, Natasha) and Don Messick (Scooby Doo).
WFMU's The Speakeasy (July 8).
online at http://www.wfmu.org/listen.ram?show=4084

*Devins, Dorian. 2002.
Underground comics star Kim Deitch, discussing his new book 'The
Boulevard of Broken Dreams.'
WFMU's The Speakeasy (November 4).
online at http://www.wfmu.org/listen.ram?show=5604

*Devins, Dorian. 2003.
Comic artist Peter Kuper.
WFMU's The Speakeasy (August 25).
online at http://www.wfmu.org/listen.ram?show=8644

*Devins, Dorian. 2003.
Enter the wild world of writer/artist Bruce McCall.
WFMU's The Speakeasy (November 24).
online at http://www.wfmu.org/listen.ram?show=9586

*Devins, Dorian. 2003.
Susan J. Napier, professor of Japanese Literature and Culture at the U of Texas at Austin, discusses the art and culture of Anime.
WFMU's The Speakeasy (June 16).
online at http://www.wfmu.org/listen.ram?show=7907

*Devins, Dorian. 2003.
[Steven Heller].
WFMU's The Speakeasy (July 28).
online at http://www.wfmu.org/listen.ram?show=8366

*Devins, Dorian. 2004.
[Steven Heller].
WFMU's The Speakeasy (July 19)
online at http://www.wfmu.org/listen.ram?show=11945

*Devins, Dorian. 2006.
Animator Emily Hubley talks about her work in film and an upcoming evening of her works at MOMA in NYC on Jan 4.
WFMU's The Speakeasy (January 2).
online at http://www.wfmu.org/playlists/SE

*Devins, Dorian. 2006.
Glenn Head.
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Friday, August 24, 2007

Post censors comics again (so what else is new?)


Tom Spurgeon picked up the story that Berkeley Breathed's Opus was being censored by the Washington Post, as the cartoonist reported himself on his website. Breathed suggests going over to Salon (owned by the Post, iirc) and reading the strip on the next two Sundays. Somebody remind me, please.

Here's what Breathed posted (including that picture up there):

Note to Opus readers: The Opus strips for August 26 and September 2 have been withheld from publication by a large number of client newspapers across the country, including Opus' host paper The Washington Post. The strips may be viewed in a large format on their respective dates at Salon.com.

Longtime (hah!) readers may recall my earlier post on the Post's frequent censoring (and not mentioning it) of comic strips. If the Post wasn't one of the best papers in America, this probably wouldn't matter as much...

...although I'm not sure about that.

UPDATE: See the bigger picture at "Many Won't Run Next Two 'Opus' Strips With Sex Joke, Islam References" by Dave Astor, E and P Online August 24, 2007.

Guy and Rod of Brevity on Post chat UPDATED

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/discussion/2007/08/22/DI2007082200651.html
Friday, Aug. 24, 1 p.m. ET
Meet the Comics Pages

Guy and Rodd
Cartoonists -- "Brevity"
Friday, August 24, 2007; 1:00 PM

Join Washington Post Comics page editor Suzanne Tobin on Friday, Aug. 24 at 1 p.m. ET for a discussion with "Brevity" cartoonists Guy and Rodd.

From the cartoonists' official site:
Guy and Rodd make movies by day and create the single panel comic "Brevity" any chance they get. They met as producers at The Ant Farm, where they worked on campaigns for films such as "Sin City," "Anchorman," "The Lord or the Rings" trilogy, "King Kong" and "The Chronicles of Narnia."

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I got a few questions in, while watching a researcher flip through WW1 newspapers.

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IJOCA, VA: Since this was a webcomic, is it drawn electronically? Or old-style and then scanned in?

Guy and Rodd: Rodd: I create the comic in a 3D application called Maya from a rotating cast of pre-built human characters, chickens and such. I then create a vector map and down-res the image to 2-D which, unfortunately for now, is all that newspapers can handle.

Webcomics are lame.

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IJOCA, VA: Do you pitch cartoons anywhere else? BEK and Duffy have panels in the NY'r while still doing their strips, while Bliss has gone the other way w/a panel in the paper.

Guy and Rodd: Yes.

We pitch our cartoons to BEK who never writes his own stuff anymore.

Suzanne Tobin: For those who are not New Yorker readers, BEK is Bruce Eric Kaplan, a cartoonist who is also a screenwriter. He did an episode for "Seinfeld" about Elaine's obsession with a New Yorker cartoon. He also wrote for HBO's "Six Feet Under" and served as the Executive Producer during its final season.

Duffy is J.C. Duffy, also a New Yorker cartoonist, as well as creator of the comic strips, "The Fusco Brothers" and "Go Fish."

_______________________

IJOCA, VA: How many papers are you in? What did you start with?

Guy and Rodd: We started with 54. We have a little over 500 now.

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My last question - "Do you have any plans to continue the panel post-humously?" didn't make it in before the session ended.

Tuesday, August 21, 2007

The Caped Crusader from Vermont

Dana Milbank's got a story in today's Post on Senator Patrick Leahy's well-known fondness for Batman.

OT: What's wrong with this picture?


Here's an ad that ran in the New York Times Book Review this weekend, on August 19th. What's wrong with the ad?













It's the "Original 1960s comic-book art" blurb. Wolverine, on the cover, first appeared in 1974. This appears to be artwork by John Byrne, probably from the early 1980s.

So remember, kids! Don't get your comic-book history from pop-up books!

Sunday, August 19, 2007

OT: Film & TV Adaptations of Comics - SOURCES & BIBLIOGRAPHY

SOURCES & BIBLIOGRAPHY: (Additional article and movie review citations can be found in the Comics Research Bibliography (CRB) at http://www.rpi.edu/~bulloj/search/FILM.html)

With the current (2003) profusion of comic book movies and tv shows, this area has not been updated as well as I would like. At the end are appended some notes about other material that exists. A search of the CRB would also reveal post-2000 articles and books.

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Other material: Mark Evanier's article on Li'l Abner movie from the Kitchen Sink reprint book; novelizations including Howard the Duck, X-Men and X-Men 2, Mystery Men, League of Extra-Ordinary Gentlement, Smallville and JLA (children's novels); comic books like Mutant X, Batman: The Official Comic of the Movie (1989), The Mask: Official Movie Adaptation (1994), The Rocketeer: The Official Movie Adaptation, Supergirl Movie Special, and two Dick Tracy movie comic adaptions by Disney - one is by Kyle Baker.


CONTRIBUTORS:
Rodrigo Baeza, Bart Beaty, Robert Beerbohm, Steve Bergson, Stephen Bourne, Robert Boyd, Matt Brady, Paul Braidford, J.K. Carrier, Alfredo Castelli, Michael A. Chary, Danielle Cauzzi, Reinder Dijkhuis, Lionel English, Ron Evry, Balazs Fejes, Tom Furtwangler, Tom Galloway, David Gerstein (and Mark Johnson at King Features), Denis Giguere, Gianfranco Goria of the Centro Nazionale del Fumetto - Anonima Fumetti, Paul Gravett of the Cartoon Art Trust (UK), R.C. Harvey, Charles Hatfield, Bill Hayes, Gene Kannenberg, Mike Kidson, James Kosmicki, Chris Lanier, John Lent, Jeffrey Lindenblatt, Darko Macan, Frank Madsen, Kevin P.Maguire, Andrea Materia, Kevin J. Maroney, Mark Mayerson, Mikel Midnight, Jeffrey Miller, Mark Nevins, Rich Pettus, Chris Pyle, Julien Quint, Tony Rose, Steve Rowe, Antonello Sammito, Jenni Scott, Randy Scott of the Michigan State University Library's Comic Art Collection, Larry Shell, Norman D.W. Shetler, Keith Swearingen, Eric Theriault, Mark Warby, John Weeks, Jim Wheelock, Steve Whitaker, Joseph Witek, Rob Worley

OT: Film & TV Adaptations of Comics - DOCUMENTARIES & PROMOTIONS

III. DOCUMENTARIES & PROMOTIONS:

1000 Ways of Getting Drunk in England (UK 2001, BBC documentary about George Cruikshank)
A&E Biography: Batman (USA 2003; documentary about tv series)
A&E Biography: Stan Lee (USA 19??; documentary tv series episode)
A&E Biography: Lee Falk (USA 1996; documentary tv series episode)
Akira Production Report (Japan 1988; DTV documentary)
Animation Legend: Winsor McCay (USA 199?; DTV documentary)
Anti-German comic books (Canada: Samisdat Publishers 199?; pro-Nazi propaganda as "documentary")
The Bat, The Cat And The Penguin (USA 1992; tv documentary/promotion on Batman Returns)
Batmania From Comics To Screen (USA 1989; DTV documentary)
Before Mickey: An Animated Anthology (USA 1993; DTV documentary accompanying Crafton's book)
Carl Barks: The Duck Maestro (Finland; Good Fellows Ky limited to 1000 copies)
*Cartoonist on the Front Lines (BBC 200?)
Charlie Brown and Charles Schulz (1969)
A Charlie Brown Celebration
Comic Book Confidential (1988)
Comic Book: The Movie (USA 2004; mocumentary DTV features Stan Lee)
The Comic Book Greats (USA 1991-1992; 13 DTV documentaries from Stabur. Hosted by Stan Lee)
Vol 1: Todd McFarlane (1991)
Vol 2: Rob Liefeld (1991)
Vol 3: Sergio Aragones (1991)
Vol 4: Overkill (1991; Todd McFarlane & Rob Liefeld create a new character)
Vol 5: Harvey Kurtzman & Jack Davis (1992)
Vol 6: How to Create by Rob Liefeld (1992)
Vol 7: Chris Claremont (1992)
Vol 8: The Romitas (1992)
Vol 9: Bob Kane (1992)
Vol 10: Jim Lee (1992)
Vol 11: Will Eisner (1992)
Vol 12: Whilce Portacio (1992)
Vol 13: Compendium: the Best of Comic Book Greats (1992)
Comic Book Superheroes Unmasked (USA: History Channel, 2003)
*The Comics Show (New Zealand: TVNZ, Shirley Horrocks, 2007; documentary )
Crumb (USA 199?)
The Duck Man: Interview with Carl Barks (Another Rainbow)
*Ducktators (1997; on WW2 animation)
Freedom Speaks: Comic Books and the First Amendment (1996; tv series episode)
*Funny Ladies: A Portrait of Women Cartoonists (Pamela Briggs, 1988; Cathy Guisewite, Nicole Hollander, Lynda Barry and Dale Messick)
Happy Birthday Carl! Barks (USA: Nineteenth Star, 1997; DTV)
Here's to You, Charlie Brown: 50 Great Years! (USA 2000; documentary)
H.G.O. (Héctor Germán Oesterheld) (Argentina 1998, Víctor Bailo / Daniel Stefanello; documentary - see
www.geocities.com/hollywood/agency/1430)
Hooked On Comix (USA 1989); Peter Bagge, Chester Brown, Daniel Clowes, Julie Doucet, Gilbert & Jaime
Hernandez, Jim Woodring)
I, Tintin (France 19??, documentary video; Herge)
In the Life: Men in Tights (USA 2003, segment on gay comic book characters, originally aired July 7th)
The Incredible Life & Times of Robert Ripley: Believe It or Not! (USA 1999; tv documentary)
Life & Times: Lynn Johnston (Canada: CBC, 1998; tv documentary)
The Line King: Al Hirschfeld (1996)
*Manga (Russia 2005; Petr Khazizov)
The Masters Of Comic Book Art (USA 1987, Mike Mann; Rhino. Documentary includes Neal Adams, Steve
Ditko, Jack Kirby, Harvey Kurtzman, Frank Miller, Moebius, Dave Sim, Art Spiegelman, Berni Wrightson)
Masters of Fantasy: The Anime Makers (USA: Sci-Fi Channel 1998; episode of tv series)
*Najl-Al-Ali: An Artist with Vision (Kasim Abid, 1999)
Neil Gaiman: Notes from the Underground (USA 1998; dtv)
Ooh La La: [gay cartoonists] (Canada 1998; episode of tv show includes Howard Cruse, Joan Hilty (filmed at the
offices of DC), Ivan Velez, and Robert Kirby)
*The Political Dr. Suess (USA: 1999)
Portraits D'auteurs (France: Centre National de la Bande Dessinée et de l'Image; documentaries. See
http://www.cnbdi.fr/BD/edition/portraits.htm)
A la recherche de William Vance (1996)
Jean-Michel Charlier (1996)
Morris (1996)
Alberto Breccia (1992)
Albert Uderzo (1998)
Alex Barbier (1994)
SexTV: Erotic Comics (Canada 2000; tv documentary includes Trina Robbins)
Signe Juillard: Naissance d'une bande dessinee (France 1997)
Super Heroes (USA 1999; tv documentary includes Mike Carlin, Paul Dini, Stan Lee, Todd McFarlane, Dennis
O'Neill, Trina Robbins, Kevin Smith with narration by Adam West).
Superman's 50th Anniversary: A Celebration of the Man of Steel (USA: CBS, 1988, Robert Boyd; tv
documentary)
*Terry Moore: Paradise Found (USA 2005; DTV documentary)
*Tintin and I (Denmark 2003; documentary video)
Todd McFarlane Creates Lotus (USA 1992; DTV documentary from Stabur)
Todd McFarlane's Comic Book "Facts & Illusions" (USA 1992; DTV documentary from Stabur)
Turning Point - Broadway's New Annie: Search For A Star (USA 1997; tv documentary/promotion)
Where Are They Now?: TV Heroes & Villains (USA: VH1 2003; tv documentary)
*Will Eisner, Profession, Cartoonist (Marisa Furtado, Brazil 2001)
X-Men: The Mutant Watch (USA 2000; tv documentary/promotion on movie)
Yours Truly, TH: Nast (1983)

OT: Film & TV Adaptations of Comics - CARTOONIST'S APPEARANCES & WORK IN MOVIES AND TELEVISION M-Z

Matsumoto, Leiji
Uchû Kaizoku Captain Harlock [Space Pirate Captain Harlock] (Japan 1978-1979; 42 episode animated tv series; creator)
Shin Taketori Monogatari Sennen Jo'ô [The Queen of a Thousand Years] (Japan 1981-1982; 42 episode animated tv series; creator)
[USA: Captain Harlock and The Queen of a Thousand Years (1987, 2 unrelated series shown as 1 65-episode series)]
Wakusei Robo Dangard A (Japan 1977; 56 episode animated tv series; creator)
[Dangard Ace] (1980-1981 USA in Force Five anthology)
SF Saiyûki Starzinger (Japan 1978; 64 episode animated tv series; creator)
[Spaceketeers] (1980-1981 USA in Force Five anthology)

Mattotti, Lorenzo
Eugenio (France; did original children's book that movie was adapted from)
Barbe Bleue [Bluebeard] (France; storyboards)

Mauldin, Bill
Teresa (USA 1951; actor)
The Red Badge of Courage (USA 1951; actor)

Mavrides, Paul
Grass (USA 2000; art director)

McCardell, Roy L.
Gertie the Dinosaur (1914; as himself)

McCay, Winsor
Little Nemo (USA 1911; animated short; as himself, writer, animator, director)
[France: Le Dernier cri des dessins animés (1911)]
[Winsor McCay (1911)]
[Winsor McCay Explains His Moving Cartoons to John Bunny (1911)]
[Winsor McCay Makes His Cartoons Move (1911)]
[UK: Winsor McCay and His Animated Comics (1911)]
How a Mosquito Operates (USA 1912; animated short; as himself, writer, animator, director)
[UK: The Hungry Mosquito (1912)]
[The Story of a Mosquito (1912)]
[Winsor McCay and His Jersey Skeeters (1916; reissue title)]
Gertie the Dinosaur (USA 1914; as himself, writer, director, animator)
The Sinking of the Lusitania (USA 1918; writer, director, animator)
Dreams of the Rarebit Fiend: Bug Vaudeville (USA 1921; writer, director, animator)
Dreams of the Rarebit Fiend: The Flying House (USA 1921; writer, director, animator)
[UK: Watch Your House (1921)]
Dreams of the Rarebit Fiend: The Pet (USA 1921; writer, director, animator)
[UK: The Last Word (1921)]
The Centaurs (USA 1921; writer, director, animator)
Flip's Circus (USA 1921; writer, director, animator)
Gertie on Tour (USA 1921; writer, director, animator)
The Great White Way (USA 1924; as himself)
Animation Legend: Winsor McCay (USA 199?; DTV documentary)

McFarlane, Todd
Todd McFarlane Creates Lotus (USA 1992; DTV documentary from Stabur)
Todd McFarlane's Comic Book "Facts & Illusions" (USA 1992; DTV documentary from Stabur)
The Comic Book Greats Vol 1: Todd McFarlane (1991)
The Comic Book Greats Vol 4: Overkill (1991; Todd McFarlane & Rob Liefeld create a new character)
Pearl Jam's "Do the Evolution" (USA 1998?; animated music video director)
Super Heroes (USA 1999; tv documentary)
The Devil You Know: Inside the Mind of Todd McFarlane (Canada: Canadian National Film Board, 2001; documentary)
The Dangerous Lives of Alter Boys (USA 2002; animation work)

McKean, Dave.
*Mirrormask (UK 2005; writer, director, artist)

McManus, George
Little Nemo (USA 1911; animated short; as himself)
Gertie the Dinosaur (USA 1914; as himself)
Father Gets Into the Movies (USA 1916; writer, animator)
Just Like a Woman (USA 1916; writer, animator)
Hot Time In the Gym, A (USA 1917; writer, animator)
Great Hansom Cab Mystery, The (USA 1917; writer, animator)
Music Hath Charms (USA 1917; writer, animator)
He Tries His Hand at Hypnotism (USA 1917; writer, animator)
Second, the Stimulating Mrs. Barton (USA 1918; writer, animator)
Second, Father's Close Shave (USA 1918; writer, animator)
Third, Jiggs and the Social Lion (USA 1918; writer, animator)
The Great White Way (USA 1924; as himself)
Why George! (USA 1924; writer)
Boys' Reformatory (USA 1939) ?? [IMDB lists this crime drama as based on a McManus strip]

*Messick, Dale
*Funny Ladies: A Portrait of Women Cartoonists (Pamela Briggs, 1988; Cathy Guisewite, Nicole Hollander, Lynda Barry and Dale Messick)

Mezieres
The Fifth Element (1997; design)

Miller, Frank
Robocop 2 (USA 1990; screenplay author)
The Masters Of Comic Book Art (USA 1987, Mike Mann)
*Sin City (USA 2005; author / director / actor)
*Frank Miller (USA: G4TV, 2005; documentary. Episode #5003, originally aired March 31, 2005; see http://www.g4tv.com/icons/episodes/4003/Frank_Miller.html)

*Moore, Terry
Terry Moore: Paradise Found (USA 2005; DTV documentary)

Morris
Portraits D'auteurs: Morris (France 1996)

Nagai, Go

*Najl-Al-Ali
*Najl-Al-Ali: An Artist with Vision (Kasim Abid, 1999)

Nankivel, Fred E. vide Castelli.
Uncle Mun (USA: Edison, 1912; 2 shorts. Nankivel appears in the films)
Uncle Mun and the Minister
A Thrilling Rescue by Unclle Mun

*Nast, Thomas
Yours Truly, TH: Nast (1983)

O'Neill, Dennis
Super Heroes (USA 1999; tv documentary)

Oesterheld, Héctor Germán
H.G.O. (Héctor Germán Oesterheld) (Argentina 1998, Víctor Bailo / Daniel Stefanello; documentary - see www.geocities.com/hollywood/agency/1430)

Palmiotti, Jimmy
Chasing Amy (USA 1997; actor)

Pekar, Harvey
David Letterman (USA ?; as himself)
American Splendor (USA 2003, as himself)

Pellaert, Guy
Jeu de Massacre (France 1962; on-screen artwork)

Perez, George
The Sisterhood of Superheroines (USA:Double Trouble Productions, 1998-; writer / director; pornographic wrestling dtvs. See http://www.dtwrestling.com/cave/perezmain.html)

Portacio, Whilce
The Comic Book Greats Vol 12: Whilce Portacio (1992)

Power, Paul
Bob (USA 1992-1993; tv series; actor, on-screen artwork)

Powers, Tom
Gertie the Dinosaur (USA 1914; as himself)

Prado, Miguelanxo
Men in Black (USA 1997- ; animated tv series; design work.)

Quesada, Joe
Chasing Amy (USA 1997; actor)

Ripley, Robert
The Incredible Life & Times of Robert Ripley: Believe It or Not! (USA 1999; tv documentary)

Robbins, Trina
Super Heroes (USA 1999; tv documentary)
SexTV: Erotic Comics (Canada 2000; tv documentary)

Robinson, James
Comic Book Villains (USA 2002 dtv; writer, director)

Romita, John Sr. & Jr.
The Comic Book Greats Vol 8: The Romitas (1992)

Rosa, Don
Disney's Talespin (199? ; animated tv series writer)
It Came from Beneath the Seaduck episode
I Only Have Ice for You episode

Scarfe, Gerald
Pink Floyd - "The Wall" Deluxe DVD edition
"The Other Side of the Wall" (a 25 minute documentary about the making of the film with commentary from Gerald Scarfe)
"Retrospective" - (1999; a new 45 minute documentary of interviews with Gerald Scarfe.)

Scarpa, Romano
[Italian animation work?]

Schulz, Charles (SEE ALSO Peanuts as writer)
Charlie Brown and Charles Schulz (1969)
A Charlie Brown Celebration
60 Minutes: [profile of Charles Schulz] (USA October 31, 1999)

Shirow, Masamune
Ghost in the Shell (Japan; story, director)
Dominion Tank Police (Japan 1988; story, director) COMIC BASED ON THIS?
New Dominion Tank Police (Japan 1995; 3 DTV movies?; story, director)

Silvestri, Marc
Bob (USA 1992-1993; tv series. Guest appearance in episode)

Sim, Dave
The Masters Of Comic Book Art (USA 1987, Mike Mann)

Smith, Kevin
Clerks (USA
Mallrats (USA 199?; director. Cameo by Stan Lee)
Chasing Amy (USA 1997; director)
Super Heroes (USA 1999; tv documentary)

Spiegelman, Art
The Masters Of Comic Book Art (USA 1987, Mike Mann)

Steranko, Jim
Bram Stoker's Dracula (USA 199?; storyboards)
Indiana Jones storyboards

Osamu Tezuka ADD OTHER WORK
Legend of the Forest (Japan 1987; animated movie?)

Thomas, Roy
The Hand (USA 1981; script for fictional comic strip "Mandro the Barbarian" done with Barry Windsor-Smith)

Timmons, Bonnie
Caroline in the City (USA 1995-; tv series; on-screen artwork)

Toth, Alex
How To Murder Your Wife (USA 1965; on-screen artwork - trade ads)

Trudeau, Garry
Killer App (USA 1999; tv pilot - ever shown?; writer)

Turner, Morrie
Kids on the Job (USA 1993?; appears in two videos on careers in journalism and banking)

Uderzo, Alberto
Portraits D'auteurs: Albert Uderzo (France 1998)

Vance, William
Portraits D'auteurs: A la recherche de William Vance (France 1996)

Velez, Ivan
Ooh La La: [gay cartoonists] (Canada 1998; episode of tv show includes Howard Cruse, Joan Hilty (filmed at the offices of DC), Ivan Velez, and Robert Kirby)

Vosberg, Mike
Spawn (USA 1997; head animator)

Wachowski, Larry
Assassins (USA 1995; writer)
Bound (USA 1996; writer, director)
The Matrix (USA 1999; writer, director)

Wead, Frank (Flying Jenny writer)
The Wings of Eagles (USA 19??; John Wayne movie based on Wead's wartime experience)

Windsor-Smith, Barry
The Hand (USA 1981; on-screen artwork with Diane Lawrence?)

Winick, Judd (Frumpy the Clown cartoonist)
MTV's Real World III, San Fransisco (USA 1994?; cast member of documentary soap opera who worked on comic strip on screen)

Woodring, Jim
Hooked On Comix (USA 1989); documentary)

Wrightson, Bernie
The Masters Of Comic Book Art (USA 1987, Mike Mann)
The Faculty (USA ; design work)
Ghostbusters (USA ; design work)
Ghostbusters II (USA ; design work)
My Demon Lover (USA ; design work)