The Art of George Tuska

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TwoMorrows Publishing, Feb 5, 2005 - Art - 125 pages
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  • The Art of George Tuska is a comprehensive look at the personal and professional life of Tuska, including his early work with the Eisner-Iger studio and his involvement with the controversial crime comics of the independent publishers Tuska worked with. The book includes extensive coverage of his definitive work on Iron Man, X-Men, Hulk, Justice League, Teen Titans, Batman, T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents, and many more. A gallery of commission artwork by George and a thorough index of his extensive body of work are also included, and each section of the book is filled with examples of original artwork and photographs, as well as sketches and previously unpublished artwork. Interviews and anecdotes from his peers and fans, plus the very personal and reflective words of George himself, make this book a testament to the tremendous influence Tuska has had on the comic book industry and his legion of fans.
 

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Contents

Acknowledgements
4
Dorothy
11
The Golden Age
19
Harry A Chesler
26
World War II
32
Timely
38
Captain America
45
The XMen
52
The Invincible Iron Man
60
Bob Layton
67
SpiderMan
73
Sketchagraphs
79
Challengers of the Unknown
85
Green Lantern
91
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