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September 30th, 2007
Somewhere, Bill Buckner is smiling...
September 28th, 2007
That just about says it all.

The team had been alone in first place every single day since way back on May 16th, had a seven game lead as recently as September 12th--with 17 to play--and now, with a mere three games left in the regular season, the Mets are in a dead even tie with the Phillies.

Boy, it's a good thing Conan O'Brien demonstrated a few weeks back that Mr. Met can't fit that oversize noggin of his through either a noose or into an oven, or else the Phillie Phanatic would very likely have attending a funeral on his itinerary.

As long as it doesn't clash with any victory parades, I suppose.


Go Mets--PLEASE!!...
September 24th, 2007
Pretty much like all the rest of you, I took the opportunity this past weekend to watch that wonderful new BBC documentary, "In Search of Steve Ditko" (thank you, Mark Evanier!).

While there's so much to consider regarding Jonathan Ross's lovingly assembled investigative report (as Blake Bell does here), there was one part in particular that struck me:

The description of the Creeper.

His most notable super-power, apparently, was the ability to laugh at will!

Y'know, I never quite thought of it that way, but that's pretty much on the money!

I was, in turn, inspired to scribble up the following...
(You can see a much larger version of the above here, nestled away on its own little page...)

Aside from happily wallowing in Ditko's sixties era triumphs (watching that program right on the heels of finishing up the AMAZING SPIDER-MAN OMNIBUS--and in the midst of reading the AMAZING ADULT FANTASY OMNIBUS--made for a heightened viewing experience, lemme tell ya), I've also been spending time with an excellent volume from TwoMorrows, THE KRYPTON COMPANION. Expertly assembled and edited by Michael Eury, this comprehensive tome surveys the history of The Big Guy who started it all, Superman himself! It made me think back fondly to days when I first encountered the Mort Weisinger-edited line of Superman Family titles during the onset of The Silver Age, and I was nostalgically motivated to cobble together the following illustration...
( Again, here's your link to a larger version.)

Then there's Batgirl.

WHY did I decide to draw Batgirl (and a pair of her masked admirers)?

Hey, it's Batgirl--ain't that reason enough?..
(Get the big picture here!)

And yes, friends, put your bids in for the eBay auctions of each via these links: Creeper/Spider-Man; Superman and his Family; and Batgirl and Friends.

(In case I haven't mentioned it, Julie's going to college next year, so I'd sure appreciate some fast and furious bidding!)

in the meantime, I hope you've gotten a few smiles from this trio of illos. MY only super power, as it turns out, is the ability to (occasionally) elicit a laugh or two! Man, I'll bet The Creeper woulda been a GREAT audience for my gags!....
September 23rd, 2007
Comics-oriented websites seem to be sprouting up these days like, well, weeds.

But friends, that's not ALWAYS a pejorative...
...not when you call yourselves "Comic Vine", at least!

But hey, you're probably wondering WHY I'm telling you this anyway, huh?

Simple--the fine folks over at Comics Vine (hi Tony!) recently requested an interview with yours truly, one which I happily granted.

You can read the email exchange by going here.

Worry not --it's only of moderate length. Besides covering a bit of quasi well-known Hembeck history, you'll also learn of my most unsettling commission, whose side I favored in the "Civil War", and my favorite movie experience of the past summer! And if that's not enough to send you immediately off the check out the Q&A, the whole thing is topped visually with a commissioned illo of the, um, rather buxom lady above (as well as the aforementioned Tony), whose coif would surely give Medusa a run for her money!

Thanks for the moment in the spotlight, Comics Vine! Your site is a whole lotta fun! In fact, you could say it's growing on me! I'm no sap--I'll be rooting for you all the way!..
September 20th, 2007
I recently had the sheer unadulterated pleasure of reading the AMAZING SPIDER-MAN OMNIBUS, reacquainting myself with stories I hadn't given more than a cursory glance to in decades!

One of my very favorite issues was lucky number thirteen, which introduced Mysterio to the Marvel Universe. I'd remembered that yes, Mysterio disguised himself as our hero early in the tale, committing robberies to sully Spidey's already questionable name--and then came along and beat the ol' webhead, all to great public acclaim!

But I'd totally forgotten this brief, single panel event found up atop of page 12...
A parade for Mysterio!! How very, very DC of Stan and Steve! Well, it WAS 1964 y'know--not ALL the rules had been rewritten yet.

Maybe he DESERVED a parade--and if Mysterio didn't, then certainly Steve Ditko did for designing that outfit! It looks exactly like what a fake Dr. Strange would wear, and doesn't that just define ol' globe dome to a tee?...
Wanna see MY version of the above classic cover? Then simply follow this link--no smoke or mirrors necessary...

Then there's FANTASTIC FOUR #10 from late 1962...

(Oh, and by the way, as always--and like every other comics blog on the net--all cover images lifted from The Grand Comic Book Database! Thanks GCD--you certainly save our overheated scanners an awful lot of energy--which is great for the environment! Gee, Al Gore musta invented the Grand Comic Book Database too, huh?...)
For a guy with a name like Mr. Fantastic, I don't think he's ever looked quite as smugly superior as he does here, y'know? (Except maybe for that time he informed Namor that Sue was marrying HIM--and then told the Sub-mariner not to worry cuz (heh) he of all people should know there are other fish in the sea...)..

On the other hand, this cover makes no real sense! Yes, Dr. Doom has switched minds with Reed Richards, unbeknownst to his three teammates, but even taking into account that this is a purely symbolic scene, WHY are the non-flying Doctor and Thing engaging in a squabble in the sky, while the otherwise land bound Sue Storm floats tremulously nearby? The Torch CAN fly, true, but he doesn't even seem to be actively involved in the scuffle, just passing by! And our good friends, Stan and Jack--they appear to be looking up at the ill-conceived action, but notice the scale--the Invisible Girl looks big enough to stuff The King in her side pocket! Well, maybe that's a bit extreme, but if there had been a casting call for Munchkins later that afternoon, the Lee and Kirby pictured above would surely have gotten the gig!

But I still love that crazy, nutty, wacky cover, and you can see my own crazy, nutty, wacky version by going here!

(And if you want to purchase either one, they're currently for sale on eBay: AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #13 here, FANTASTIC FOUR #10 here. Thank you for your indulgence of my not so subtle sales pitch, friends...)

And thank YOU, Stan, Steve, and Jack! (And Artie, Dick, Stan G, and whoever stapled the darn things--you ALL enriched my life immeasurably! I'm thinking now the twenty four cents was well spent, no question about it!...)
September 18th, 2007
Considering how the comics that Stan, Jack, and Steve--among many other talented cartooning folk--managed to leave such a lasting--and at times, profound--impression on me when I was a wee lad growing up, I suppose it shouldn't come as all that big a surprise that some of the stuff I cranked out myself years back has had a similar effect on readers coming of age at the time.

But it does. Surprise me, that is.

Two cases I learned about only recently:

Over on MySpace, I'm beginning to understand just how popular MARVEL AGE magazine was, as I seem to hear nice things from eighties era purchasers of said publication on a fairly regular basis. One fellow really caught my attention, though, when he sent me a message proclaiming the strip I did for the "A Day In The Life Of Marvel" issue as being his all-time favorite! Now, this pretty much floored me, because that particular strip was far, FAR from being my own personal fave, trust me! As always, Jim Salicrup put together a great issue, doing a swell job of adhering to the stated theme, y'see, and he asked me to devote my two page centerspread to a day in my own life!

Well, you can just imagine the amount of excitement THERE!!

For fifteen panels (fourteen pantomime, and NONE of 'em drawn all that well, which is why I'm telling but not showing...), I put into pictures a typical day at the Hembeck hacienda, accompanied by the requisite time cues: get up, feed the cats, read some comics, eat lunch, go grocery shopping, hit the drawing board, cook dinner, welcome Lynn home, eat dinner, watch "All My Children", watch the Mets game, take a shower, listen to some music, do some more drawing, catch David Letterman, read one last comic, and finally, go to bed.

Well, it just goes to prove the old axiom--there's always SOMEBODY who'll single out something--be it a book, a movie, a song, or even one of my most mediocre strips--as their own personal favorite, and so I dashed off a note to tell my new friend this, thanking him for finally justifying the existence of a MARVEL AGE episode I'd long felt sorta sheepish about.

His return message provided the TRUE punchline to this tale, though:

Seems as if he was SUCH a devoted fan, and he dug that strip so totally that, back when he was nine or ten, one long ago summer day (an oppressively boring one, I'm wagering), he convinced his mom to let him follow the blueprint I'd provided and actually mirrored Cartoon Fred's mundane day!!

Now folks, THAT'S a fan!

(I wonder, though--did he get hooked on that soap? Sometimes it doesn't take much, y'know...)

The other story?

Well, a week or so back, I received a short email from a fellow named Jonny Metro professing to be a long-time fan and asking for my autograph. Every so often I get a request like this, and if it seems legit--occasionally, you get the impression that they really don't know who you are and just plucked your name off of some database--I'll stick an index card with my John Hancock (and my Fred-head, natch) into an envelope, and send it off.

Usually that's the end of it. Maybe I'll get a quick thanks, but little more.

Well, today I got my thanks from Mr. Metro--and a whole lot more. Seems he has a blog (seems EVERYONE has a blog, but that's besides the point...), and he wrote up a short appreciation of the nigh infamous FRED HEMBECK DESTROYS THE MARVEL UNIVERSE.

But his piece turned out to be so much more than merely a good review.

Here--read it for yourself. And when you're done, well, you'll surely understand why it's a story that's likely to stay with me for a long, long time...

Thanks, Jonny--you made MY day!

(And made it a heckuva lot more interesting than my garden-variety, MARVEL AGE type day, lemme tell ya!...)
September 17th, 2007
What do the following two covers--and a third full page splash--have in common?...
The answer?

Each was recently transformed by yours truly into three of my more unique commissions...

Take Arnim Zola there. Pictured above is the final page of CAPTAIN AMERICA #208, which also served as the debut of one of Jack Kirby's wackiest creation (and friends, that's REALLY saying something!) . John Lancaster, collector of all things Arnim, enlisted me to offer my own twisted version on this already twisted character!

You can see a Hembeckized Arnim Zola by following this link (original misspelling of 'wierdest" included) !

Then there's PREACHER #28. I truly enjoyed getting a crack at reinterpreting one of the masterful covers Glenn Fabry did for my all-time favorite Vertigo series. Mostly, though, I relished the challenge of morphing a painting into a line drawing--mandatory squiggles naturally included. Once again my patron was a man on a mission, and I highly recommend you take a gander at Michael DeLeRee's Preacher gallery--I was especially amused by the illo turning the Simpsons into the Preacher cast!

My drawing is included over there as well, but here's access to its home on

A standard run of the mill redo of that early sixties Kurt Schaffenberger LOIS LANE ANNUAL wouldn't be all that unusual--delightful, maybe; unusual, no--but if it were somehow tweaked into the first edition of the sadly never published LANA LANG ANNUAL ("Featuring Superman's OTHER Girl Friend In Her Greatest Adventures!"), well, THAT might well be worth taking a look at!! Kudos to Arthur Chertowsky--a man who owns by far more original commissioned Hembeck art than any other person on this planet, and thus is much beloved in THESE quarters, more so than a fair number of second tier relatives!--for concocting this tribute to the lovable redhead! Like Arthur, I too found myself partial to Ms. Lang during my formative years. Lois may've been the one with the comic, but Lana was the one with my heart! Sniff...

LANA LANG ANNUAL #1 can be viewed by going here.

Well, I hope some of you found that little artistic survey entertaining. And those of you so inclined to purchase a commission from me (details here), perhaps these examples may inspire some requests a bit out of the ordinary! If you have a clever switcheroo notion you'd like to see done, drop me a line! If there's a particular character you specialize in collecting, keep me in mind! (And believe it or not, I've NEVER drawn Modok! After Arnim Zola, he'd seem to be a natural, don'tcha think?...). And if there's some brush strokes you'd like to see turned into line work, hey, think of me!

Cuz, y''know, while not everyone can afford to own a Frazetta original, a FREDzetta makes for a very reasonably priced substitute, dig?...
September 14th, 2007
Rob Liefeld.

You ever stop for a moment and wonder, gee, just exactly WHERE did he come from, what got him started, what inspired him?

Well, it was me.

Yeah, I know--it's a little difficult for me to comprehend, too. But apparently it's true, Several years ago, I was contacted by one of his biggest fans and told the tale of "The Revengers", a comic done by Rob while he was still in junior high school with an extremely low run print run, a comic done in a style that could only be described as a (ahem) loving homage to yours truly!

And if you don't believe me (and hey, I certainly wouldn't blame you if you didn't!), scroll midway down into this weeks installment of Rich Johnson's "Lying In The Gutters", and you'll find all the evidence you'll need!

Boggles the mind, doesn't it?

And yeah, in what had to be one of the oddest commissions I've ever taken on, I actually did a redo of Rob's earnest attempt to ape my style! Talk about your snake eating its own tail!

Y'know, I only ever met Rob once. It was at a big NY Con back around the beginning of the nineties, not all that long before Image came into existence, but while he, Todd McFarlane, and Erik Larsen (both of whom I also had my lone personal encounters with during that selfsame event) all were at their absolute peak of Marvel-generated popularity. Rob was surrounded by his many, many fans, and I was only able to sneak back behind his table to say a quick "hi" with the assistance of one of the con's organizers. At the time, I simply assumed that our brief exchange was due to the crush of the crowd and the demands they were making on Liefeld's time.

In retrospect, though, it's more likely that Rob was rendered near speechless when suddenly finding himself in the presence of one of his artistic gods!

Either that, or a cold shudder went up his spine at the mere sight of me, thinking, "Whew, am I ever glad I didn't continue on THAT path! And I got me a million good reasons why!..."

Well, in any event, Rob, if you're reading this, know that I'm flattered--honest. Mystified, sure, but flattered, too...

(And, yup, your biggest fan also commissioned me to redraw Cable's debut cover of NEW MUTANTS #87, the one that Todd inked for you back in 1990--you can see it by going here. You can ALL see it by going here!)

In the meantime, I'll try and go figure out who ELSE I may've inadvertently inspired! (True story--back when we moved 11 years ago, I came across several boxes of correspondence I'd received during my earliest days of doing "Dateline:@#%%" for THE BUYER'S GUIDE, and I stumbled across a fan letter from a young Chris Ware! Yeah, that's right--the fellow who would later go on to win all sorts of awards for his ACME NOVELTY LIBRARY series! Unfortunately, the note was misplaced during the move, but I know it's around here SOMEWHERE--really!

Rob Liefeld and Chris Ware--whew, that certainly does run the gamut, doesn't it? I' guess I'll ponder the significance of it all while I sit here, patiently awaiting the inevitable call for me to produce a Jimmy Corrigan redo, dig?...)
September 12th, 2007

Yeah, you know the drill--"With one magic word..." (actually, in Junior's case, two...)--ladies and gents, I give you The Marvel Family!!

(Well, actually, I don't just GIVE 'em to you, but more on that later...)

Y'know, there are an awful lotta comics websites out there (and a ahole lotta good ones, too--have you checked out Richard Marcej's The Baboon Bellows lately? Plenty of fun stuff to be found there for the pop culture enthusiast , lemme tell ya!...), and when it comes to news, reviews, and even snarky comments about goofy old Mort Weisinger comics, well, I'll admit it, they've all pretty much got me beat.

So I figured, hey, might as well go with my very own specialty:


Good idea, wouldn't you say, J'onn J'onnz?



Oh, what those JLA meetings must've been like when the Martian Manhunter had to sit next to ol'' flamehead back in the day! And toss in the Human Torch plus Firestorm for good (or is it bad?...) measure, and our favorite flame-phobic alien musta wondered if his former DETECTIVE COMICS compadre, Roy Raymond, ever had days like this! Back before his show was cancelled, I mean. (Say, anybody know if any of the TV detective's old programs have turned up on YouTube yet:? Just wondering...)

On the other hand, things in New Genesis certainly seem to taking a turn for the better...
Talk about walking on air when you're in love! Mr. and Mrs. Miracle (aka Scott Free and Big Barda), they're just so darn cute! Except, the story goes that creator Jack Kirby modeled the super escape artist after the legendary Jim Steranko, and Barda after his own beloved wife, Roz--gee, I sure hope MRS. Steranko wasn't the jealous type!..

And then there's Spidey, and his Ditko-era buddies....
What can I say? I love 'em, all! Yes, even The Beetle...

If you'd like to see substantially larger versions of each of the above freshly-minted illos, simply utilize the following links...

The Marvel Family!

J'onn J'onnz, Firestorm and Johnny Storm!!

Mr. and Mrs. Miracle!!!

Spider-Man and Ditko-ites!!!!

And--uh huh--here's comes the by now unavoidable sales pitch. These are each currently for sale over on eBay, so if any (or all) of the above catch your fancy, head on over and make a bid!

Here now the links to the sales: The Marvel Clan; Two Hot Men and a Martian; New Gods in love; Spidey's Ditko days...

And should you feel moved to do so, well, as Granpa McCoy was known to say, "Much obliged!"

(Hey, goofy art AND obscure Walter Brennan references--show me any OTHER websites where you'll find THAT!?!...)
September 8th, 2007
I recently finished reading THE SPIDER-MAN OMNIBUS, a massive tome gathering together every single story drawn (and in a few cases, merely inked) by the Webslinger's original artist, Steve Ditko

My admiration for Mr. Ditko has long been virtually boundless, in large part due to the work included in this very volume.

Every single illustration drips atmosphere!

Every single panel screams drama!

Every single drawing of Spider-Man is iconic!
Well, MOST every drawing, anyway...
Look, it WAS his next to last issue--these things happen, y'know?

More about the SPIDEY OMNIBUS in the days to come, but for now, let me just gleefully declare--


(Oh, and Steve? Things just plain worked better with hats OFF, dig? But outside of these two panels--sweet!!...)
September 6th, 2007
So I'm given to understand that Jerry apparently offended some folks the other night?

And this is NEWS because?...

Look, every time the guy opens his mouth, the potential is there--hey, why do you think I WATCH the telethon, anyway? Unfortunately, i missed this year's faux pas, but worry not--I have it on tape! I have it ALL on tape, something I haven't bothered to do for over a decade now, but well, like I said the other day, we don't rightly know how many more of these there are gonna be, so....

I managed to watch the first four hours and the last two live--as well as a few Jerry-free hours Monday morning--but as fate would have it, I just missed out on Jerry being, well, Jerry.

Overall, he seemed to be in remarkable shape this time around, and much more animated than in recent years. Mellow, even, in his way. His literally playing the role of dummy for ventriloquist Ronn Lucas was a pretty funny bit--and Lynn couldn't believe how giddily I was laughing at Norm Crosby's stand-up spot, but it happens every year. Those jokes of his age like fine wine. Gary Lewis rousingly performed "This Diamond Ring" and "Everybody Loves A Clown", but the truth is, if anybody on that stage was showing his age, it was Ed McMahon. That baritone of his ain't what it used to be--and the peculiar banter between him and Jerry whereby the legendary announcer would casually interrupt the host and offer advice on some small, insignificant error in Jerry's delivery seemed to uncomfortably suggest Carson's longtime sidekick was rapidly approaching senility! Boffo laughs THERE, folks...

Most interestingly to me, Jerry announced, during the waning moments of hour 19 that there were plans afoot to mount his recent tome, "Dean and Me: A Love Story" as a Broadway musical--and with no sense of irony, he then went on to add that it'd be coming to The Great White Way right around the same time as the all-singing, all-dancing version of "The Nutty Professor"!

Me, I'm holding out for a tune-filled adaptation of The Day The Clown Cried...
Pedro's back!

Eleven months after shoulder surgery, the 35 year old pitcher took to the mound for the first time this season on Monday, and garnered a win for the Mets. Quite a feat, given the circumstances--no one, they say, ever comes back from that particular operation in less than a year.

Until Pedro.

Nice job, fella. Good luck Sunday at Shea.

Then there's Julie.

Yesterday was her very last first day of high school--and tomorrow we'll attend our very last "Welcome Back" PDS picnic, and Sunday will likely be the very last "Community Day" for the three of us, as she'll probably be away at college this time next year. Geez, I can still vividly recall her getting off the bus following her very first day in first grade shortly after we moved here eleven years ago!

(Expect plenty more maudlin posts like this as the school year slowly but surely whittles down to nothing. friends--sorry.)

Hey, it's times like this when those Jerry tapes (not to mention those featuring that over-night sensation, Bob Zany) are gonna come in mighty handy! Watching Mr. L insert foot into mouth is enough to cheer up most anybody, y'know?...
September 2nd, 2007
Christmas has Santa Claus.

Thanksgiving, turkeys.

Easter, a bunny.

Halloween, trick-or-treaters.

Labor Day?

Labor Day has THIS guy...
Hey LAAAAADDDY! It's Jerry Lewis!

And, yup, it's time once again for the telethon!

The Jerry Lewis MDA Telethon is the ONLY once-a-year telecast I've come to literally consider a seasonal turning point. And why not? Within days of that final tote being proudly read by the comic legend, kids are back in school, and summer is, for all intents and purposes, over. For that reason alone, I've found that watching this long-running annual event can be a particularly melancholic experience. Seeing this turn up in the TV listings sorta says, "Well, you've had your fun for THIS year, buddy--vacation time is over. Jerry's back...."

I ask you, what OTHER show has such an impact from a mere single airing? The Super Bowl? Well, maybe, if you're a football fan (I'm not), but c'mon--can you watch The Super Bowl for hours and hours, go to bed, get yourself a good nights sleep, get up in the morning, and then KEEP watching The Super Bowl? Uh uh--I didn't think so.

But for nearly 21 straight hours at the dawning of each and every September, you can watch Jerry!

And not just Jerry, but guys like this, too...
And c'mon, let's not forget such stalwarts as Norm, Jan and Ed!
Without their invaluable assistance--along with those incessant Casey Kasem PSAs and the aptly named Bob Zany's inevitable stint keeping the host's chair warm during the wee, wee hours--poor Jerry may've totally exhausted himself decades ago. But thanks to Crosby, Karrl, and McMahon, we still have our Labor Day Lewis!

And in recent years, a personal highlight has been the recurring appearance of yet a SECOND Lewis on the telethon stage...

Everybody loves a clown--AND a chart-topping sixties pop star! And as a bonus, Gary and his reconstituted Playboys are always amongst the youngest performers on the show! Greying kids everywhere love their hip sounds!...

Y'know, I can't even recall the last time I missed watching at least some of the annual broadcast--I know that I haven't during daughter Julie's seventeen years, that's for certain. In fact, one of my most vivid memories of tiny newborn Julie was back on the third of September (in the prophetic words of The Temptations, "that day I'll ALWAYS remember"),1990. After some rough going making her way into this world, nine day old Julie was finally being released from the hospital, and as we went to check her out to take her home with us for the first time, what do you think was playing on the television set right across from the admittance desk?

C'mon--what else? The Jerry Lewis Telethon! Which maybe I was, under the circumstances, paying a little bit TOO close attention to. I remember one of the nurses giving me a quizzical look, as if to say, "Hey pal, you've got a brand new kid here--don't get your priorities mixed up!"

Don't worry, I didn't--though I'm sure that as soon as I walked through the door that day, I flipped on the tube and tuned in Jerry! Meaning, I suppose, that the very first thing my daughter EVER saw on TV was The Jerry Lewis Telethon! Kinda boggles the mind..,
And now, that time has come around once again.

Not to be morbid, but part of me can't help but wonder--will this be the LAST one for Jerry? I sure hope not--with Julie likely to be off at college NEXT Labor Day, I'm gonna need SOMETHING to get me through, and--no offense--Bob Zany just ain't gonna cut it...

But enough dark thoughts. I have THIS years extravaganza to relish! From nine tonight right on through to the host's annual choked up performance of "You'll Never Walk Alone" when Jerry wraps up his portion of the show around 5;45 the next afternoon (usually also right around the time Lynn serves dinner--watching the MDA Telethon is NOT a family affair in the Hembeck household, sad to say...), I'll catch as much as I humanly can--and maybe even tape a little of the overnight hours to savor later.

Hey, where ELSE am I gonna see Mr. Zany?...

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