Monday, October 15, 2007

Hogan's Alley

The new issue of Hogan's Alley (#15) is out and as usual it has several articles that relate to animation. Noted animation historian Jim Korkis writes an extensive article about Disney's never-made feature based on Roald Dahl's Gremlins. Buck Biggers, one of the founders of Total TeleVision, the studio that produced Underdog and Tennessee Tuxedo, is interviewed by Mark Arnold. Craig Shutt writes about Little Lulu and her appearances in many media, including animation for theatres and television.

Check out your local comics shop for this issue or order online here.

1 comment:

Will Finn said...

mark you beat me to this one--i was going to post on it too.

picked it up this weekend and read the GREMLINS & UNDERDOG pieces--both full of information and well researched.

i never knew who was behind all those 'Gamma Productions' of the 60's so that one in particular was a real eye-opener.