Comic Book Artist Collection
Jon B. Cooke
TwoMorrows Publishing, Jun 1, 2000 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 228 pages
Reprints the first three sold-out issues of the magazine, plus over 45 new pages of features and art, including: An unpublished story by Jack Kirby, an interview with Neal Adams about his Superman vs. Muhammad Ali book (including unused art), unpublished art by Bernie Wrightson, an unused story by Jeff Jones, an extensive new interview with Alan Weiss, and more! Experience DC Comics from 1967-74 through interviews with and unpublished art by Neal Adams, Carmine Infantino, Dick Giordano, Jack Kirby, Joe Kubert, and others! Relive Marvel's 1970s Second Wave with Stan Lee, Roy Thomas, Gil Kane, Barry Windsor-Smith, Jim Starlin, and others! Delight at exhaustive coverage of Neal Adams' Marvel Years (including plenty of rare Adams art).
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