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Todd Klein
Todd's career began in 1977 in DC Comics' production department. While on staff, Todd tried many kinds of work including writing (TALES OF THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS, THE OMEGA MEN), but found lettering and logo design suited him best. After leaving staff, Todd continued to work for DC and other... show more
Todd's career began in 1977 in DC Comics' production department. While on staff, Todd tried many kinds of work including writing (TALES OF THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS, THE OMEGA MEN), but found lettering and logo design suited him best. After leaving staff, Todd continued to work for DC and other companies. Notable projects he's lettered are THE SANDMAN written by Neil Gaiman and AMERICA'S BEST COMICS written by Alan Moore. In 2004 he co-authored THE DC COMICS GUIDE TO COLORING AND LETTERING COMICS. In 2007 Todd launched a website and blog at kleinletters.com. Original prints are for sale there.
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Birth date: January 28, 1951
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Arbie's Unoriginally Titled Book Blog
Well, this is of course, brilliant. But why? It occurs to me that the world Gaiman set up for himself was in fact the perfect tool for him: He could incorporate any mythology, religion, genre, location or time and still make it all self-consistent, hence allowing his imagination to go wherever it wa...
Arbie's Unoriginally Titled Book Blog
Arbie's Unoriginally Titled Book Blog rated it 10 months ago
Volume II of this series is as gorgeous as Volume I. There are two main stories, only one of which I'd read before. The first, about Lucifer abdicating as ruler of Hell, did not appeal to me as much as the second, about The Cuckoo, with its cast of characters from under-represented groups and very m...
Arbie's Unoriginally Titled Book Blog
How good was Sandman, really? I asked myself. After all I was in my late teens and it was a long time ago. Also probably the first comic for adults I ever read. Should I take a risk on those gigantic anthologies, The Absolute Sandman or a lesser commitment on the comparatively tiddly first paperbac...
My Never Ending List
My Never Ending List rated it 3 years ago
I had a hard time with this graphic novel. Since this is the second book in the series, this novel takes right off where the first novel ended and I had no problem following the beginning of this story as Lucien is counting the arcana in the dreaming world for the Dream Lord. Lucien finds there are ...
Saturdays in Books
Saturdays in Books rated it 3 years ago
Not the creepiest thing I've ever read, but I will say it was a mistake to read this right before going to bed while traveling without spouse or cat. I recall Simone talking about this on twitter when the first issue was out, and I couldn't figure out from her tweets what kind of thing it might be...
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