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Good Grief, Shel Dorf!

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COMIC-CON BEGINS: Origin Stories of the San Diego Comic-Con and the Rise of Modern Fandom
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Some would call late Comic-Con founder Shel Dorf “controversial,” others “#$%!!,” still others their “greatest inspiration and friend.” The only thing everyone can agree on is that the Comic-Con would never have happened without Shel. And now his closest Con compadres open up about the reason why. A
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Some would call late Comic-Con founder Shel Dorf “controversial,” others “#$%!!,” still others their “greatest inspiration and friend.” The only thing everyone can agree on is that the Comic-Con would never have happened without Shel. And now his closest Con compadres open up about the reason why. As well as thoughtful reflections of Shel’s contentious departure in 1984 … right as the Con and geek culture took a giant leap forward.Narrated by Brinke StevensCreated and Directed by Mathew KlicksteinExecutive Produced by Rob SchulteWritten and Produced by Mathew Klickstein, Rob Schulte, and Christopher TylerEdited by Rob Shulte, and Christopher TylerMixed by James Bilodeau Original Music Composed by Max DeVincenzo and Produced by Fox Tracks MusicWith help from Brannan Goetschius and Michael FischeAll interviews (unless otherwise noted) conducted by Mathew Klickstein.Principal interviewees/contributors (in alphabetical order):Al Jean, Anthony Russo, Barry Alfonso, Barry Short, Bill Lund, Bill Mumy (provided by contributor), Bill Schanes, Bjo Trimble, Bob Arendt, Brinke Stevens, Bruce Campbell, Caseen Gaines, Chuck Graham (provided by SDSU), Clayton Moore, Dave Clark, Dave Scroggy, Erin Hanna, Gene Henderson, Greg Bear, Gregory Benford, Gus Krueger, Felicia Day, Frank Miller, Ho Che Anderson, Igor Goldkind (provided by SDSU), Jackie Estrada, Jeanne Graham (provided by SDSU), Jim Cornelius, Jim Means, Jim Valentino, Joe Russo, John Pound, John Trimble, Kevin Eastman, Linda Yeh, Lloyd Kaufman, Kevin Smith (provided by contributor), Len Wein (provided by M. Klickstein archive), Maggie Thompson, Mark Evanier, Mike Towry, Mo Alzmann, Neil Gaiman (provided by contributor), Paul M. Sammon, Phil Yeh, Richard Alf (provided by KPBS), Richard Butner, Rick Geary, Roger Freedman, Scott Aukerman, Scott Shaw!, Sergio Aragonés (provided by contributor), Stan Sakai, Tim Seeley, Trina Robbins, Wendy All.We are grateful to the family of Mary and Gene Henderson (who, sadly, passed away during the final stages of Comic-Con Begins' post-production). This production is dedicated in part to their memory, as well as the memory of the many Con contributors no longer with us but whose legacy will continue to live on for time immemorial.Archival material and additional research provided by: Mike Towry and his “Comic-Convention Memories” website.Alan Light’s 1975 Comic-Con recordings Jackie Estrada and Comic-Con’s 40th Anniversary Souvenir BookPamela Jackson and San Diego State University’s Comic-ConKids project Maureen Cavanaugh at San Diego’s KPBSMark EvanierScott Shaw!Barry AlfonsoErin Hanna and her book Only at Comic ConBjo Trimble and “The Star Trek Concordance”The works of Bill SchellyWendy AllFantagraphics’ “We Told You So: Comics As Art”
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