Society & Culture:History
Weird Comics History, Episode 25 - Will Eisner
Artist, Educator, Businessman... Icon!
For this installment of Weird Comics History, Reggie (@reggiereggie) and Chris (@acecomics) discuss the life and times of one of comics' most enduring personalities, Will Eisner! We explore everything from his childhood, to the foundation of the Eisner-Iger Studios, and even throughout his military service... learning that no matter what the scenario, Eisner and art went hand in hand.
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TAGS: Will Eisner, Weird Comics History, History, Comic Books, The Spirit, Eisner-Iger, World War II, Golden Age Comics, Denis Kitchen, Kitchen Sink
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