A native of New York City, Gene Colan (1926-) began working for both Marvel and DC Comics when they were still called Timely and National, and has worked since in nearly every genre of mainstream comics. He is most often identified with his work on the 1970s Marvel titles Tomb of Dracula, Daredevil, and Howard the Duck. Colan has also taught illustration and cartooning.
Roy Thomas talks with the artist about his career (including collaborations with Thomas) and his graphic techniques.
Interview by Tom Field on Tomb of Dracula.
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