One of the first leading ladies in comics, Russell Stamm's first strip
debuted in the Chicago Times on June 3, 1940. In honor of this landmark
anniversary, New Legend will be publishing a compilation of classic adventures. Details coming soon!
At long last! The return of the Invisible Scarlet O'Neil! Russell Stamm Jr. and New Legend Productions is proud to present the new graphic novel featuring "America's Miracle Girl!"
Written by Russell Stamm Jr.
Pencils by Wendell Cavalcanti
Inks by Rob Jones & Elton Thomasi
Colors by Kathryn Parker, Adriano Augusto & Alan Faria
Edited and Lettered by Michael A. Gordon
Front Cover Art by Phil Noto
This 100-page graphic novel will be available at the San Diego Comic Con! Look for the New Legend table #L14 in the Small Press area. The book will be priced at $15 and includes a FREE copy of the The Untold Origins of Invisible Scarlet O'Neil. For those who are not attending the show, watch this blog for info on how you can get a copy!
Russ Stamm Jr. and New Legend Productions, Inc. is proud to announce the return of "The First Female Comic Character with Superpowers!" Russell Stamm's classic beauty reappears after a 50 year absence in an all-new, full-length graphic novel scheduled for 2011!
Written by Russell Stamm Jr. Pencils by Wendell Cavalcanti Inks by Rob Jones Colors by Kathryn Parker Edited by Michael A. Gordon
Keep watching this blog or go to www.InvisibleScarletONeil.com for more details!
The last Comic Strip of the Week we ran as many strips as weeks in an entire month, and it made me so tired, I had to take a month off. But we are back! This month is "Scary Scarlet" and every week, we'll spotlight a time when Scarlet was mistaken for a ghost! Sometimes it was on purpose, such as the first time it occurred in 1941. Scarlet was writing a newspaper column giving "Advice to the Lovelorn." In October of that year, she came to the aid of a husband wanting to get rid of his mother-in-law, not by killing her but by scaring her.
We congratulate Cathy Guisewite and her incredible 34-year run in newspapers worldwide. You can read the final Cathy comic strip at GoComics.com and read a couple of well written articles regarding her retirement at The Beat and NewsOK. With no more Cathy nor Annie featured on comic pages, maybe it is time for Scarlet to make a comeback to keep Brenda Starr, Mary Worth and Luann company!