HENDERSON George

HENDERSON George

In his early life he was a parachutist. In his later life he was a student of North American popular culture.

In 1967, George opened the retail outlet “Memory Lane” on Markham Street just south of Bloor in what was called Mirvish Village.

In 1968/1969 George Henderson opened a short lived cartoon gallery on Markham Street about 2 doors down and across the street from “Memory Lane”.

WORK:

WRITER:

PERIODICAL GRAPHIC ANTHOLOGY:

Content:

 

Story:

“The Flame Of El-Hamman.” Illus., Bill Payne. Orb Magazine, 1- 6,

March/April 1976: 50-57.

“Gothic Glitter.” Illus., Peter Hsu. Let., Mike Cherkas. Orb Magazine 1-4, Nov./Dec. 1975: 18-24.

“Man ‘O Dreams.” Illus. & Col., Don Marshall.. Let., M. Cherkas. Orb, 1-5, Jan./Feb. 1976. 26-33.

“Shawn of the Ruins.” Lay., Gene Day. Pen., & In., Jim Beveridge. Let., Bill Payne. Andromedia, 2-2, June 1978.

“Woof Woof.” Illus., Matt Rust. Let., Michael Cherkas. Orb Magazine, 1- 6, March/April 1976: 6-22.

 

CO-WRITER:

PERIODICAL GRAPHIC ANTHOLOGY:

Content:

Serial:

“Northern Light: The Origin of Northern Light Part 1: To You …Déjà vu.” Co-writ., J. Whaley. Illus., Jim Craig. Let., M. Cherkas. Orb, 1-4, Nov./Dec.1975: 46 – 55.

“The Origin of Northern Light Part 2: Dénouement.” Co-writ., J. Whaley. Illus., Jim Craig. Let., M. Cherkas.Orb,1-5, Jan./Feb.1976: 35 – 44.

SOURCE:

Periodical graphic:

“George Henderson.” Orb Magazine 1-5, Jan./Feb. 1976: 34.

Interview:

Taken from an interview with George Flie November 12, 2011 in Toronto.