Hollander, Judd; Feinberg, Sue
July 1997
Cinefantastique;Jul97, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p18
The article presents graphic novel author Lowell Cunningham's perspectives on the film adaptation of his science fiction comic book series "The Men in Black" published by Malibu Comics. Cunningham talks about making a cameo in the film and observing the motion picture production and direction process. The comic book was illustrated by Sandy Carruthers.


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