Dick Giordano: Changing Comics, One Day at a Time
TwoMorrows Publishing, 2003 - Art - 176 pages
This volume celebrates the achievements of one of comics' most prominent and affable personalities. Giordano is a rare force in comic books, influential as an illustrator (Batman, Wonder Woman, Modesty Blaise, Deathmask), inker (working with Neal Adams, John Byrne, and George Perez, among countless others), editor (for Charlton's legendary "Action Heroes" line, and DC's groundbreaking series of the late 1960s/early 1970s), and editorial administrator (The Dark Knight Returns, Watchmen, the Prestige format, and vastly improved creators' rights all happened during his tenure as DC's editorial director).
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Review: Dick Giordano: Changing Comics, One Day At A TimeUser Review - Eric - Goodreads
Dick Giordano had a clean, realistic drawing style, and he excelled at drawing beautiful women. That's a fact. Along with Neal Adams he established a house style at DC Comics that lasted twenty years ... Read full review
Review: Dick Giordano: Changing Comics, One Day At A TimeUser Review - Mike Aragona - Goodreads
What an excellent view into the life of the most influential comics professional of my childhood! Truly a wonderful book covering Dick's life from the early days at Charlton to the launching of Future ... Read full review
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