Your favorite creators remember their favorite holidays!
We’ve developed this nice little tradition here at 13th Dimension: Some of comics’ top writers and artists recall their favorite holiday memories, whether they be from childhood or just a few years ago. This year, I’ve decided to do something a little different: I’ve selected 13 of my favorites from previous years (including one by yours truly).
Click on the links below to read short stories by all of these supremely talented individuals (plus one hack).
You’ll dig ’em with your figgy pudding:
— Writer CORINNA BECHKO and Artist GABRIEL HARDMAN Meet Dracula. Click here.
— Writer PAUL DINI: Christmas Magic With Zatanna. Click here.
— Editor DAN GREENFIELD: The Mego Batcave and Me — A Chanukah Fable. Click here.
— Artist ADAM HUGHES: 13 Reasons Krampus is Better Than Santa. Click here.
— Artist KELLEY JONES and the Most Amazing Christmas Ever. Click here.
— Columnist ROB KELLY and the Great HEROES WORLD Catalogues. Click here.
— Writer RON MARZ: A Fantastic Christmas With JOE SINNOTT. Click here.
— Writer ANN NOCENTI: A Daredevil Christmas. Click here.
— Writer SAMUEL SATTIN: How Aquaman Saved Chanukah. Click here.
— Artist BRENT SCHOONOVER: He-Man and the Masters of Christmas. Click here.
— Historian ARLEN SCHUMER: Neal Adams’ Silent Night of the Batman. Click here.
— Columnist SCOTT TIPTON: Christmas Morning With Mego’s Wayne Foundation. Click here.
— Cartoonist BILL WALKO: How a Rankin/Bass Classic Set the Template For Superhero Flicks. Click here.
— Artist J.K. WOODWARD’S Fairytale of Los Angeles. Click here.
— A DON MARTIN New Year’s, by Norma Haimes Martin. Click here.