Whether consciously or not on the part of the Jewish creators and innovators, what comes to mind when we think of comics and superheroes comes straight out of troubled times for Jews. Comic books are lifted from the myths, plights and religious teachings of the Jewish people. Let’s start with the framework for comics as we know them. It’s 1933, the heart of the Great Depression, and M.C. Gaines (born Maxwell Ginzberg) needs an idea …read more
Scott L. Wolfson is an award-winning songwriter, professional musician, graphic artist, and writer of prose, drama, and fiction. He spends his free time thinking about what to do if he ever gets free time.