Don McGregor

This Magazine Kills Fascists: The Panther vs The Klan
This Magazine Kills Fascists: The Panther vs The Klan
This week we’re going back to 1976 to talk about The Panther vs The Klan from Don McGregor and Billy Graham’s Jungle Action. Over the course of a three issue storyline, Black Panther got a firsthand look at institutionalized racism in the American South. Too the eyes of the contemporary reader, it's clear that things haven’t changed as much as we might have hoped over the past forty years.
How Black Panther Pioneered Modern Comics With 'Panther's Rage'
How Black Panther Pioneered Modern Comics With 'Panther's Rage'
One of the major misconception that informs this idea is that, prior to 1986, there were no serious superhero stories. That's emphatically untrue. The late Silver Age and Bronze Age were full of dark, mature superhero stories ---"The Death of Ferro Lad," "The Night Gwen Stacy Died," etc, --- but there's one in particular that stands above the rest for how much it foreshadows the current mood of superhero storytelling; "Panther's Rage," a 13-part epic that ran bimonthly in the pages of Jungle Action from 1973-1975. Written by Don McGregor and pencilled by Rich Buckler, Gil Kane and Billy Graham, with inks by Klaus Janson, P. Craig Russell and Bob McLeod, and colors by Glynis Wein, "Panther's Rage" was the first great Black Panther story, combining a thrilling saga with a series of great stand-alone tales.
21st Century Monarch: A Tribute To T'Challa, The Black Panther
21st Century Monarch: A Tribute To T'Challa, The Black Panther
On this day in 1966, in the pages of Fantastic Four #52, Stan Lee and Jack Kirby introduced the world to Wakanda, the most technologically advanced civilzation in the world, hidden in the heart of the African continent. At the head of this great nation was its king, T’Challa, who had recently assumed the throne from his father, and with it the title of the Black Panther.
Papercutz December Solicitations
Papercutz December Solicitations
Tales from the Crypt #4Written by Neil Kleid, Don McGregor and Jim SalicrupArt by Chris Noeth, James Romberger, Marguerite Van Cooke and Rick Parker The GhouLunatics introduce two tales of hi-tech terror! First, poor Andy Dabbstein learns in "Extra Life" that playing Ogre Continent online in a virtual world can have deadly consequences in reality ...
Tales from the Crypt Sells Out
Tales from the Crypt Sells Out
Press Release New stories of horror in the EC Comics tradition prove monstrously popular Papercutz' Tales from the Crypt #1, which revived the legendary EC Comics horror comic book, has sold out its entire 25,000-copy print run. The issue, which shipped in June, is the first of an ongoing, bi-monthly series from the publisher of the popular Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys comics ...