Comics legend Joe Sinnott talks about the first time he was hired to ink Jack Kirby and their ensuing collaboration. The two went on to work together on hundreds of pages of the Fantastic Four. The good ole days of Marvel Comics! Joe Sinnott talks about Jack Kirby from The Comic Archive on Vimeo.

I spent some time with one of the staples of Marvel’s Silver Age, penciller and inker Joe Sinnott, who is still working to this day. Joe has been a major part of Marvel for sixty years, inking The Fantastic Four with Jack Kirby and The Silver Surfer with John Buscema, among many other things. Joe […]

I spent some time with one of the staples of Marvel’s Silver Age, penciller and inker Joe Sinnott, who is still working to this day. Joe has been a major part of Marvel for sixty years, inking The Fantastic Four with Jack Kirby and The Silver Surfer with John Buscema, among many other things. Joe […]

A tour with comic book legend Joe Sinnott, who was a staple of Marvel Comics during the silver age, gives a tour of his drawing table and work space. Joe Sinnott’s Drawing Table from The Comic Archive on Vimeo.

Back in 1954 “Seduction of the Innocent” by Frederic Wertham was published, which had a chilling effect on the comic book industry. The book alleged that comics promoted juvenile delinquency among other things. A public backlash ensued and the comics industry was faced with a mass exodus of readers. Joe Sinnott recalls worked during that […]