Stephen Sonneveld

Stephen Sonneveld is the recipient of the Kennedy Center Outstanding Playwright Award, among other writing and acting honors. He freelanced for publications as diverse as MAD and Bleacher Report, wrote and illustrated the acclaimed comics Greye of Scotland Yard and Superman Versus Cancer, and has a blast writing and performing on The Don't Call Me Sweetheart! Show (a multi-format radio program he co-created with the talented Andrew Gregory Krzak). Sonneveld's Tumblr features free-to-read original comics and stories.

MAGAZINE CONTENT BY STEPHEN SONNEVELD

Doom 4Doomsday, the 90′s, and Comic Book Innocence

Superman dies in Lois’ arms in the denouement of “Superman” no. 75 (1992) by Dan Jurgens and Brett Breeding. Source: https://comicbookclog.com/2015/06/05/comic-book-classics-revisited-the-death-of-superman-part-7/ The fall For a brief moment in the autumn of 1992, the Doomsday monster had… [more]

Subby 4The Brilliance of Bill Everett’s Sub-Mariner, Marvel’s Superman

Bill Everett tribute for Marvel’s 75th and Daredevil’s 50th anniversaries (2014) by Stephen Sonneveld, featuring William Blake’s “The Great Red Dragon and the Beast from the Sea” (1805-1810) Bill Everett was an expert storyteller, whose… [more]

Spidey Super StoriesDesign Sense: Steve Ditko’s “Jack” is an Ace Compared to Marvel’s

Few images are as iconic in Western culture as the grinning gourds that populate our harvest festivals. Initially, such sturdy fruits made practical lanterns. The artistry of carving faces, and weaving religious and secular folklore… [more]

STATISTICS FOR STEPHEN SONNEVELD

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