of the Silver Screen

Welcome Dreammakers, to SUPERHEROES OF THE SILVER SCREEN ... where all dreams are possible and where Heroes that were, always will be. Sit back now in a soft lounge chair, with a cup of hot chocolate or cappuccino and a favorite friend, and drift with the fog, filling your imagination with the dreams that are and may be. We Comic Book Writers and Filmmakers are creators of worlds, dreammakers and sculptors of the imaginary, carving characters and worlds out of thought, and bringing forth through the magic of illusion ...that which might be, and for two hours of precious ... if but for a moment.
"Dedicated to the creators, writers, artist, inkers, letters and animator throughout
the history of pulps, comics and animated film, whose
works have brought dreams to us all." -
John Edgerton and
Dan Greitzer


The website of the Centre for the Study of Cartoons and Caricature. The Centre was established in 1973 at the University of Kent at Canterbury, United Kingdom, to collect and preserve British cartoons of social and political comment, and make them freely available for study.


Down The Tubes
A simple resource for comics, editors or other companies looking for an artist who can bring more than a spark of originality to your next design project, be it print, news media or something more. Comic Writing Guide. Writer resources. Comic Artists. Comic Writers.


Larry Dempsey's Comic Book Inking Survey
Find out how 188 professional comic book artists answered seven inking questions. The internet's premier website devoted to comic book inking featuring inking advice from over 300 professional comic book artists.


Writing for Comics
The premiere website for aspiring comics-writers. Here, you'll find all the information you need to break into the industry, all presented in a happy-go-lucky manner, by Marc Fleury.


Will Eisner
The online home of comics' master storyteller


Writer at Work
A whimsical and humorous look at the life of a writer in Cartoon form, scene through the eyes of a professional.


Pulp Fiction: The Cinema and the Storyboard
What do comic books have to do with making a movie?  More than you might actually realize.  The storyboard is what unifies comic books and the motion pictures. Read how the concept of the "storyboard" unites these two entertainers.


Don Markstein's Toonopedia
A Vast Repository of Toonological Knowledge


Animation World Network Animation
Animation World Magazine
The leading online animation journal, which has a special focus on independent animation, is the main feature of the Animation World Network site.
Foam Puppet Fabrication Explained!
Design, armature machining, sculpting, moldmaking and casting, painting and detailing, lighting and cinematography, and of course, performance animation, are the primary skills required to master this wonderfully magical art form.
Director and After Effects:
Storyboarding Innovations on The Iron Giant
Storyboarding Innovations on The Iron Giant - Brad Bird, director of Warner Bros. Feature Animation's The Iron Giant, discusses the latest in storyboarding techniques and how he applied them to the film.


Tools for Comics Creators


Animated Films
Animated Films are ones in which individual drawings, paintings, or illustrations are photographed frame by frame (stop-frame cinematography). Usually, each frame differs slightly from the one preceding it, giving the illusion of movement when frames are projected in rapid succession at 24 frames per second. The earliest cinema animation was composed of frame-by-frame, hand-drawn images. When combined with movement, the illustrator's two-dimensional static art came alive and created pure and imaginative cinematic images - animals and other inanimate objects could become evil villains or heroes.


Clay Animation
"...the only web page devoted to people interested in the somewhat mysterious technique of clay animation."


Video Game Design
The field of video game design has never been more exciting. It's characterized by the possible and the future – from teaching technology to media communications – will be defined by the creative visions of video game designers and developers today.


Voice Chasers
Dedicated to Voice Actor Recognition. List of voice actors, their filmographies, photo galleries, sound samplings, articles, links and more! Full cast lists of Anime telelvision shows and movies.


The History of Superhero Comic Books

An educational, entertaining and award-winning site by Jamie Coville.


Black Superheroes
The Museum of Black Superheroes offers profiles of prominent black superheroes with commentary on comic book history, galleries, reviews, and critiques and commentary and analysis of African American Characterizations throughout comic history.


Marvel Comics
Home of the Marvel Comics Superheroes


DC Comics
Home of the DC Comics Superheroes
Home of the Cartoon Network


The Comic Page
Your guide to the history and details of the American comic book medium.


Comic Book The Comic Book Homepage
This homepage aims to give you a deeper insight into what you thought was only stuff for kids so far.


Comic Art
A Virtual Museum and Encyclopedia


Pazsaz Entertainment Network
The Superhero Database and Toonrific Database are dedicated to Film, Video, DVD, Cartoon, TV, Music, Book, Game, & Comic Book News.


Comic Book Resources
The resource for comic book fans!


Comic Art Collection
Michigan State University has the largest academic collection
of comics and comics-related materials in the country.


Comic Fan
The Comic book fantic Author's network. Your Portal to Comics Books on the net.


Comics 2 Film Dedicated to tracking information
on comic books that are being
made into movies or TV shows


The Art of TV Writing. Screen and Tele Format. Animation. Script tips from a top television writer of "SILVER SURFER"  and Executive Creative Consultant on SPIDER-MAN UNLIMITED. 500 hours of written network television, including episodes of STAR TREK: VOYAGER, WALKER TEXAS RANGER, STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION, HAWAII FIVE-0, THE STREETS OF SAN and IRONSIDE. He currently writes for both Scr(i)pt and ScreenTalk magazines.


[Sparky the Winged Cat] Christy Marx
Co-writer of THE SECRET OF MU LAN, Writer for SPIDER-MAN (Marvel Prods., NBC), SPIDER-MAN AND HIS AMAZING FRIENDS(Marvel Prods.), FANTASTIC FOUR (Marvel Prods., NBC) Creator of the Comic: THE SISTERHOOD OF STEEL and Interactive Computer Game LORD OF THE RINGS and BABYLON 5.


The Pulp Page
This site will introduce you to the pulp magazines of the 1920's, '30's and '40's. Sections include a brief historical essay, a bibliography, a special feature and links to other pulp sources.


Denis Kitchen
Home of Denis Kitchen Art Agency, Denis Kitchen Publishing
and Steve Krupp's Gallery & Curio Shoppe


An on-line magazine, offering new about motion pictures, television, music, comics, books and games.


Superman Homepage
Everything you ever wanted to know about the Man of Steel and more!


Batman Fan Club Batman


Bringing you the absolute latest news and rumors
surrounding the BATMAN movie franchise.


Batman UK
This site has been made to provide Batman fans from all over the world
with the latest news about previous and future Batman happenings.


Yvonne Craig: Batgirl
"From Ballet to Batcave and Beyond."


Daredevil - The Man Without Fear!


Captain America
Marvel Comics' Bio


Wonder Woman


The Flash
The Fastest Man Alive


Green Hornet
Green Hornet
Home Page


The Phantom
The Ghost Who Walks. The Man Who Cannot Die.


The Spirit
The Spirit Database


The Phantom Detective
The Phantom Detective


Thrilling Detective
The Thrilling Detective Web Site is devoted to fans of hardboiled private eyes and other tough guys and gals. The site covers fiction, film, television, radio and comics, and offers bibliographies, trivia, links, and more.


Zorro Discover Zorro, the legendary masked hero of Spanish California.
Explore Zorro's past and current exploits on screen and in print.


Serial Squadron
Dedicated to the great Hollywood cliffhangers


Cliffhanger Corner
The action/adventure film first became popular with weekly Saturday serials, running in installments that often had 'cliff-hanging' endings to entice viewers to return for the next show. Other action-adventure heros of B-picture adventure films included Kane Richmond (as the "Spy Smasher," "The Shadow," and a star in the "Cliffhanger Serials" and the "Rin-Tin-Tin" adventure serial), Tom Tyler (as "Captain Marvel" with countless episodes, and "The Phantom of the West"), and Don "Red" Barry (as "Red Ryder"). See Spy Smasher in the flaming tunnel, an animated GIF from Spy Smasher.


This website is dedicated to the great movie serials of yesteryear
from the early days of motion pictures through the 1950's


In Focus
A look at the incredible world of serials


Van Eaton Galleries
A full service animation art gallery,
and resource center for the animation
art collector and enthusiast.


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