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Postponed Honeymoon & No Love for Me Annotated

Tue, August 10, 2004
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Looking back through time at comics done 50 years ago Toth is the only person who could really give us an insight into what it was like to draw for the comics, panel after panel, page after page, day after day. These two Lev Gleason romance stories are from Boy Loves Girl #47: "Postponed Honeymoon" (6/1954) and "Boy Loves Girl #46: "No Love for Me" (5/1954). They bring out the usual boos and hisses about green suits and inattentive coloring as well as a fond remembering of an era that Toth helped to define. The love comes through in every panel, and you can hear it in his writing as well: "Mother nature's kiss of grace does linger on." Mucho Gracias to Mr. Toth for sharing his thoughts with us.

Black Canary - Part II

Tue, July 20, 2004
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Well, the the wait is over! The Black Canary annotated Part II is here.. Enjoy!

Black Canary Annotated - Part I!

Mon, June 21, 2004
By: tothfans
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No matter who created her, no one's ever put such a sexy mark on her as Toth, and in the Seventies his deliniation of The Black Canary for Adventure Comics upstaged the cover girl, Supergirl. How could one comics title have so much to stir up pubescing adolescent boys? TV's "Kung Fu" may have had the moves but Toth's Black Canary had the form, and that little 'Bolero' outfit has never looked the same. "Move over, man, I want to learn Judo! Hey, baby, what you say? Best two out of three falls?" Don't offer this one candy, brother, even if we do have parts one and two annotated by The Man Himself...

Update: Toth issue of the Comics Journal

Sat, June 19, 2004
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Dirk Deppey, Managing Editor of "The Comics Journal" has sent us an update on the contents of the upcoming Comics Journal Toth issue. “TCJ #262 will contain over 30 pages of Toth's comics from the 1950s, including several classic tales from the Gleason comics series "Crime and Punishment," plus a romance strip from the same era. The interview is an archival conversation with Toth, which was submitted to the magazine a decade ago and recently unearthed in our files -- so far as I know, it'll be the interview's first English-language appearance. The essay, by "The Pirates and The Mouse" author Bob Levin, is a good 'un.” Much to look forward to in this issue. Thanks for the update and hard work Dirk! Release date: August 18 2004 (At the time of this posting this project did not have the participation of Alex Toth.)

Toth issue of the Comics Journal

Thu, June 17, 2004
By: tothfans
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As mentioned in the Forums, the Comics Journal #262 will be spotlighting Alex Toth! The June 2004 Diamond Previews Catalog has the details, so don't miss out on preordering you issue now!. Look for more details on this site soon! Release date: August 18 2004 (At the time of this posting this project did not have the participation of Alex Toth.)



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