Grant Morrison Interview

Klaehn, Jeffery
January 2011
Studies in Comics;2011, Vol. 2 Issue 1, p5
Academic Journal
An interview with comic book writer Grant Morrison is presented. When asked about his influences, he mentions John Broome, Jack Kirby and Len Wein. He explains the reasons for the success of projects like "All-Star Superman" and "All-Star Batman." He discusses the changes in the superhero concept from the 1950s until 2012.


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