At times in my films, I seek to find the color and verve of Flash Gordon and his [comic strip] world, like that which the Italian newspapers printed.
Federico Felhni, filmmaker, in his introduction to The Steranko History of Comics # 1
Mr. Sangor was pressing him on why-the-hell-more-didn't-get-done or why-they-couldn't-do-this or why-they-couldn't-do-that. They had this relationship in which Richard commonly felt threatened of not being fired, but of being disapproved of. I remember Richard keeping an account of everything that he did throughout the day, and then triumphantly showing them, expecting to get an apology or something.
Norman Fruman, ACG assistant editor
In the early days of its existence, the comic book industry was centered in New York City. Many of the industry's founding creators and publishers were Jewish, and more than a few were related to each other by birth or marriage. Among these publishers and shop owners were Harry Donenfeld and his partner, Jack Liebowitz, of National/DC Comics; Martin Goodman of Timely/