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Message  Fred le Mallrat le Mer 30 Déc - 12:52



An Issue-By-Issue Field Guide to a Pop-Culture Phenomenon
224 page Trade Paperback - by Pierre Comtois
After being relegated to the realm of children’s literature for the first 25 years of its history, the comic book industry experienced an unexpected flowering in the early 1960s. A celebration of that emergence, Marvel Comics in the 1960s: An Issue-by-Issue Field Guide to a Pop Culture Phenomenon presents a step-by-step look at how a company that had the reputation of being one of the least creative in a generally moribund industry, emerged as one of the most dynamic, slightly irreverent and downright original contributions to an era when pop-culture, from Tom Wolfe to Andy Warhol, emerged as the dominant force in the artistic life of America. In scores of handy, easy to reference entries, Marvel Comics in the 1960s takes the reader from the legendary company’s first fumbling beginnings as helmed by savvy editor/writer Stan Lee (aided by such artists as Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko), to the full maturity of its wild, colorful, offbeat grandiosity. With the history of Marvel Comics in the 1960s divided into four distinct phases, author Pierre Comtois explains just how Lee, Kirby, Ditko, et. al. created a line of comic books that, while grounded in the traditional elements of panel-to-panel storytelling, broke through the juvenile mindset of a low brow industry and provided a tapestry of full blown pop culture icons.

NOTE: At Marvel Comics' request, we have changed the previously planned front cover art only (new cover art shown above). All the interior text and art remains unchanged.


ISBN-13: 978-1-605490-16-8
ISBN-10: 1-506490-16-4

Fred le Mallrat

Masculin Date d'inscription : 08/04/2009
Age : 42
Localisation : Bordeaux

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Message  Fred le Mallrat le Mer 30 Déc - 12:57



ALTER EGO #91 (100 pages, $6.95) features a Fantastic Fawcett Festival! Behind a brand new Captain Marvel cover by JERRY ORDWAY & EMILIO SQUEGLIO, there’s a Big FCA (FAWCETT COLLECTORS OF AMERICA) section, headlining Golden Age Fawcett artists MARC SWAYZE & EMILIO SQUEGLIO—and interviews with the FAWCETT FAMILY! Plus Part II of “The MAD Four-Color Wannabes of the 1950s,” with ANDRU & ESPOSITO, BINDER, COLE, DISBROW, DAVIS, FLEISCHMAN, NOSTRAND, POWELL, WOOD, et al.! More on DR. LAURETTA BENDER and the teenage creations of STEVE GERBER—while artist JACK KATZ spills Golden Age secrets to JIM AMASH! Plus FCA—Mr. Monster’s Comic Crypt—Comic Fandom Archive—and more! Edited by Roy Thomas.



“Family” is the theme of BACK ISSUE #38 (100 pages, $6.95), spotlighting an in-depth look at JOHN BYRNE’s influential, much-reprinted work on Fantastic Four. LOUISE SIMONSON, JUNE BRIGMAN, and JON BOGDANOVE go “Pro2Pro” on Power Pack, while PAUL LEVITZ and JOE STATON look back at the Huntress. Plus: Henry Pym’s “son” Ultron, the Commissioner Gordon/Batgirl relationship, the Brothers Grimm, the Wonder Twins, and the Return of the New Gods. With art by and/or commentary from RICH BUCKLER, KURT BUSIEK, RAMONA FRADON, DON HECK, CARMINE INFANTINO, AL MILGROM, DON NEWTON, and MARV WOLFMAN. With a Norman Rockwell-inspired Thing and Franklin Richards cover by JOHN BYRNE! Edited by MICHAEL EURY.




Sal Buscema: Comics Fast & Furious Artist
In 1968, Sal Buscema joined the ranks of Marvel Comics and quickly became one of their most recognizable and dependable artists. Following in the footsteps of his big brother John Buscema, Sal quickly came into his own, and penciled some of Marvel’s most memorable storylines, such as the original Avengers/Defenders war, as well as “The Secret Empire Saga” and the Nomad arc in the pages of Captain America. He also had a ten-year run on the Hulk and drew 100 consecutive issues of Spectacular Spider-Man, making him one of the few definitive artists of the Bronze Age. Sal Buscema: Comics’ Fast & Furious Artist, by Alter Ego’s Jim Amash with Modern Masters’ Eric Nolen-Weathington, explores the life and career of this true legend of the comics industry, through an exhaustive interview with the artist, complete with extensive examples of his art, including a deluxe color section, and a gallery of work from Sal’s personal files. Fans love the fast and furious style of Sal Buscema, and this first-ever career-spanning book is guaranteed to please!

ISBN10 1-605490-21-0
ISBN13 978-1-605490-21-
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MODERN MASTERS VOLUME 22 : MARK BUCKINGHAM

RESCHEDULED FOR JANUARY RELEASE! Mark Buckingham has quietly built up one of the most impressive resumés in the comic book industry. From his early days drawing the infamous Miracleman, to his work on Sandman, Death, Peter Parker: Spider-Man, and now Fables (recently optioned for an ABC TV series), he has continued to entertain and amaze with a style that is both charming and sophisticated. Now Eric Nolen-Weathington explores the world of this master storyteller and designer. This book features a career-spanning interview with the artist, a discussion of his creative process, and reams of rare and unseen art, including a large gallery of commissioned work! Don’t miss this unprecedented look at the life and career of a true Modern Master: Mark Buckingham!

ISBN-13: 978-1-605490-14-4
ISBN-10: 1-605490-14-8



Jack Kirby Collector 54
Continuing from last issue, it’s PART TWO of “THE MAGIC OF LEE & KIRBY”, featuring more on the co-creators of the Marvel Universe! Inside, there’s a new interview (and back cover inks) by Bullpenner George Tuska, as he reflects on his days at Marvel in the 1960s, including working over Jack’s layouts on classic stories! There’s a look at the differences between Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko’s approaches (showing copious examples of both men’s work), and Will Murray gives an in-depth examination of the creation of the Fantastic Four. Also, we uncover the mystery of Marvel cover dates, plus Mark Evanier presents his regular column about Kirby. There’s also a gorgeous Kirby pencil art gallery, a complete Golden Age Kirby story, and more, behind a color Kirby cover inked by JOE SINNOTT! Edited by John Morrow.

Fred le Mallrat

Masculin Date d'inscription : 08/04/2009
Age : 42
Localisation : Bordeaux

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