How to draw comics the marvel way

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Simon and Schuster, 1978 - Art - 160 pages
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Illustrates hitherto mysterious methods of comic art using as examples such Mighty Marvel heroes as Thor, The Silver Surfer, Spider-Man, and The Hulk

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User Review  - TheBooknerd - LibraryThing

A great book for anyone who likes to draw, not just comic-fans. This has been a valued resource over the years, doing more to improve my drawing skills than any art class I've taken. Read full review

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User Review  - digistyle - LibraryThing

The first "how to draw" book I ever owned. Decades later, I still refer to it. This is always one of the first books mentioned when discussing how to draw comic book art. A must have for those of us who like to draw superhero art. 'Nuff said! Read full review

Contents

Preface
8
Two The Secrets ofForm Making an Object
19
Three The Power ofPerspective
29
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Stan Lee is Founder, Chairman and Chief Creative Officer of POW! Entertainment. Stan Lee's famous characters include Spider-Man, The Incredible Hulk, the X-Men, the Fantastic Four and Iron Man among many others. Lee is known to millions as the man whose superheroes propelled Marvel Comics to its preeminent position in the comic book industry. He first became publisher of Marvel Comics in 1972 and is presently the Chairman Emeritus of Marvel Enterprises, Inc. Paul Cornell is the multiple Hugo Award-nominated writer of various television shows and comic books. Celebrated for his work on series such as ROBIN HOOD, PRIMEVAL, and his newest show PULSE, Cornell is best known for his work on DOCTOR WHO, with six novels and three audio dramas based on the popular series. Cornell has authored fan-favorite science fiction novels SOMETHING MORE and BRITISH SUMMERTIME. In addition to his collaboration with Stan Lee and BOOM! Studios on SOLDIER ZERO, Cornell has penned comics for Doctor Who Magazine, 2000 AD, Judge Dredd Magazine, and helmed such Marvel Comics series as WISDOM, CAPITAIN BRITAIN AND MI: 13, FANTASTIC FOUR, and YOUNG AVENGERS. Most recently, Cornell has taken authorship of the DC Comics best-selling seminal series ACTION COMICS. Javier Pina is a fan-favorite Spanish artist who has worked on such series as VAMPIRELLA for Harris Comics, G.I. JOE FRONTLINE for Image Comics/Devil’s Due Publishing, GEN-13, but is best known for his work with DC Comics. Starting with BATMAN: GOTHAM KNIGHTS, Pina later went on to enjoy a long, celebrated run on MANHUNTER before putting his mark on SUICIDE SQUAD: RAISE THE FLAG, BAT-LASH, SECRET SIX, and mostly recently, MIGHTY CRUSADERS and SUPERMAN.

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