Gene Colan Hospitalized, Artwork Missing

Glenn Hauman

Glenn is VP of Production at ComicMix. He has written Star Trek and X-Men stories and worked for DC Comics, Simon & Schuster, Random House, arrogant/MGMS and Apple Comics. He's also what happens when a Young Turk of publishing gets old.

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5 Responses

  1. Mark C. Dooley says:

    I'm so sorry to hear of Gene's troubles, and I wish not only a speedy recovery to him but that of the missing artwork as well. I've been a huge fan of Gene's great work since the 1960…'s. His artwork for Iron Man, Daredevil, and Sub-Mariner was an inspiration for a ten-year old who had aspirations to become a comic book artist.

  2. Brandon Barrows says:

    I'm sorry to hear about Mr. Colan's injuries. He is truly one of the legends of American comics, and a great inspiration to those of us who grew up drinking in the visual worlds he created. I wish you the best and a speedy recovery, Mr. Colan.

  3. Bill Mulligan says:

    Gene's work on Tomb of Dracula was one of the things that got me into comics and it's still one of the best examples of what comics can be. Nobody else looks like him and nobody even tries. Here's wishing him a swift recovery.

  4. ed zarger says:

    Best wishes to Gene and those touched by his presence – now and throughout time and dimensions. I was especially fond of his work on Daredevil (from the Mike Murdock days) and Doc Strange and Tomb of Dracula.

  5. TheGoose says:

    I hope he gets better and that the artwork is found. I loved his artwork in his and Steve Gerber's Phantom Zone miniseries and still want to see more by him. Get well soon, you master artist.