At right are two pages I particularly like from our historical graphic novel FIGHT FOR FREEDOM—the one on the left features my favorite character, Zeke (in the purple jacket), an African-American newspaper reporter based on a real-life guy. At right is an action-packed scene from the (historically possible) fictional battle we created for the book. Civil War buffs know the real battles so well, who was wounded, what their rank was and where they were shot, that it would have been impossible to squeeze in our fictional heroes.





In the blowing one's own horn department, I offer these links:

Steve Heller in Print magazine on Stan Mack the Knife  

The Daily Heller on The Trib's Mighty Book Week

Michael Dooley on Occupy the Fourth-of-July Funnies

Jeremiah's Vanishing New York on Real Life Funnies

Jim Power and his Mosaic Trail

Michael Dooley on Revolutions Foretold

A memory of tattoo artist Mike Bakaty

EliTalks: Mt Sinai to Providence, Rhode Island 

Steve Heller in Print magazine on 'Max and the Black Bots'  




Stan Mack 2009 |
design: Mariana Serra | programming: Filipe Murteira