Creating comics with Legend Bob Hall

Comic Creator Ian Chase Nichols sits down with the with Comic Book Legend Bob Hall During his Colorado Springs Comic Con panel to discuss his vast career in the comics industry where
Bob Hall had a long association with Marvel, where at one time or another, he drew most of the major books and characters such as The Champions, Spiderman, Dr. Doom, Conan, Thor, The Fantastic Four, The Submariner, Captain America, PSI Force, The Avengers and The New Mutants. He was the artist for the West Coast Avengers mini-series and the primary artist on the original Squadron Supreme.
He drew movie adaptations of Willow, Dark Man, and the notorious first Captain America movie as well as pencils and inks for the graphic novel, Emperor Doom. Bob was an editor at Marvel in 1979.

For Valiant he wrote and penciled the monthly series Shadowman, wrote Timewalker and then created Armed and Dangerous, a black and white “comicbook-noir” series.

For DC, he wrote and drew the Batman graphic novel projects, Batman DOA, I Joker and It’s Joker time.

Recently, he wrote and drew an educational/fantasy about the measles virus for the University of Nebraska called Carnival of Contagion, an online series for kids on Covid-19 called C’rona Comix, an educational comic, Mosquitoes Suck, and a ten-page story as an album supplement for a rock group called Phantom.

His work can be seen at Commissions and original art are available through

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