Monday, November 30, 2020


I am constantly amazed that, after more than thirty years, people continue to read, discuss, and dissect my 1987 Spider-Man story, Kraven's Last Hunt.  Believe me:  When we were creating that tale, none of us had the faintest idea that anyone would remember it—let alone consider it a classic—three decades later.  Why some stories echo down through the years and others evaporate a month after publication remains a mystery I've yet to fathom, but I am profoundly grateful for the long life KLH has had. 

What prompted these thoughts?  First:  This article by Archie Comics co-publisher (and gifted novelist) Alex Segura.  Then, just this morning, I happened across this video (embedded below) from Matt Draper—first posted back in July—which takes a very deep dive into the story.  Thanks to Alex and Matt both for their insights and enthusiasm.

And thanks to Mike Zeck, Bob McLeod and the entire KLH creative team for being part of something that's turned out to be bigger than all of us.

Tuesday, November 24, 2020


I had a lengthy and deep conversation about the creative life with David Macho for his Dialogos de Comic video podcast.  Always a pleasure connecting with the international comics audience.  Enjoy!


Wednesday, November 11, 2020


Here's an interview I did with the fine folks at Radio of Horror.  We covered a lot of ground, from all across my career.  Hope you enjoy it.