Modern Masters: John Byrne. Volume seven
The next volume of the "Modern Masters" series celebrates the life and work of one of today's top artists, John Byrne! From the death of Phoenix to the rebirth of Superman, Byrne is one of the most influential comic book artists working in the business. On "X-Men," he penciled the greatest stories in the history of the title and helped propel the X-Men to their current household-name status. His work as writer and artist of "Fantastic Four" returned the group to prominence within the Marvel Universe. And his reboot of the Superman mythology brought national attention to the comic book industry. This volume features an extensive, career-spanning interview lavishly illustrated with rare and unpublished art, as well as a large sketchbook section.
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The Fantastic Climb up the Marvel Ladder
A Legend is Made
Storytelling and the Creative Process
John Byrne Takes On
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