The Silver Age of Comic Book Art
Taking comic book art to an astonishing new level and paving the way for future artists, the artists of the Silver Age of comics (1956-1970) and their work are celebrated in the The Silver Age of Comic Book Art. The first book dedicated to the Silver Age and the artists that defined it, author Arlen Schumer highlights the careers of eight acknowledged Hall of Fame artists who drew definitive versions of the industry's great characters such as Batman, Spiderman and Superman.
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