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  1. ILLUSTRATORS QUARTERLY SPECIAL #7 PIRATES!
    $34.99

    Fabulous special issue showcasing some of the greatest pirate art ever published from around the world in comics (Piracy, Pirates, Buccaneers, etc), books, magazines, posters and films. Full chapters on the art of Howard Pyle, Norman Price and illustrated versions of Treasure Island. A treasure trove of featured artists, including: H.M. Brock, Ron Embleton, Derek Eyles, Reginald Heade, Sidney Herbert Sime, Walter Baumhofer, Reed Crandall, Schoonover, Wyeth, Niño, Salinas, Matania, et al.

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  2. ILLUSTRATORS QUARTERLY #29
    $24.99

    Charles Addams: chuckles from the master of macabre humor. Cover feaure and lead article. Lawson Wood: humorous monkey business from all walks of life. Roy Wilson: one of the greatest names in slapstick Golden Age British comics. JJ Grandville: French caricaturist who brought illustration (and weird worlds) to the forefront. Ersin Karabulut: the dark humored cartoon universe of this Turkish artist. Each artist is profusely represented by superb reproductions, many for original paintings. Learn More
  3. ILLUSTRATORS QUARTERLY SPECIAL #5 The Art of Commando
    $34.99

    Featuring very good war artwork from the popular British periodical Commando--cover art and interiors, with in-depth features on Ian Kennedy, Neil Roberts, Keith Burns, and Ken Barr. Interviews with its editor and writers, orgins and history. Unique in-depth interview with legendary Commando artist Gordon Livingstone; Step by step revelations from Commando artists on how they create their iconic art;  Tales from the Commando HQ and writers' revelations. Learn More
  4. ILLUSTRATORS QUARTERLY SPECIAL #6 The Art of Brian Bolland
    $34.99

    Featuring and rejoicing in the art and life of Brian Bolland, right up to date (The Art of Brian Bolland, on sale, was published in 2006). This includes: In-depth interview with Brian; Reproductions of some of the most iconic Bolland artwork; Judge Dredd, Batman, Powerman, Time Out & Oz magazines, much more; Recollections from and about friends, colleagues and fans. Art here is fantastic, lots of great, fine-line material and some fun surprises. Its packed, and in full color. Learn More
  5. ILLUSTRATORS QUARTERLY #28
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    Cool cover feature on Frank Kelly Freas, The "Dean" of Science Fiction artists, whose career spanned more than 50 years; Yvonne Gilbert: The outstanding young British artist who created "one of the most famous record sleeves of all time." Laurent Durieux: Brussels illustrator and alternative movie poster artist (and film director), whose new art book we will be handling this spring. And a nice feature on German fantasy artist Heinrich Kley with both b&w and rare color work, from anthropomorphic alligators to war satire. Some nudity. Learn More
  6. ILLUSTRATORS QUARTERLY #27
    $24.99

    It's the Wild West, including two major features on the father of Western Art, Frederic Remington, and his great rival Charles Schreyvogel. Plus a handsome 23-page feature on The Lone Ranger, from pulps, radio and tv to comic book and comic strips--original art by Tom Gil and more special features. Remington and Schreyvogel actually traveled the old west in order to paint authentic works of Indians, action scenes with cavalry, buffalo, and more. Learn More
  7. ILLUSTRATORS QUARTERLY #26
    $24.99

    This issue: cover feature artist John Millar Watt is exceptional and another British artist we had never heard of before, prolific for forty years. He’s a cartoonist turned comic book artist turned celebrity illustrator. Petar Meseldžija: The fantasy illustrator has entered the world of fine art, a frequent Spectrum contributor and absolutely amazing fantasy artist. Philip Mendoza: The talented illustrator and master of anthropomorphic animal cartoons. Arthur Barbosa: known for his Flashman book covers. Learn More
  8. ILLUSTRATORS QUARTERLY SPECIAL #1 Spanish Artists
    $34.99

    The inside story of the Spanish Studio/Agency (Toutain Studio) that transformed the Warren empire and brought an unprecedented realism into comics! This glorious book from Illustrators is lavishly illustrated not only with Warren art, but with other comics projects, foreign publications, special projects, even specialty paintings never before seen. Finally we learn about these amazing talents that took comics by storm in the seventies and challenged U.S. artists with their abundant talent and creativity. Some nudity. Learn More
  9. ILLUSTRATORS QUARTERLY #25 Silver Anniversary
    $24.99

    A look back at the magazine's beginning, a cover feature on the erotic master Manara, a look at Hildebrandt's American Beauties series with supplemental full nudes and unpublished work, Art Frahm's panties-around-the-ankles pin-ups, along with more special nudes. And a look at the lady master of pulp artwork, Weird Tales cover artist Brundage. It’s all about the girls this issue, with enough nudity that we had to put a Mature label on this one. The Gallery looks at a rare Alex Raymond pin-up, in pencil and finished color. Learn More
  10. ILLUSTRATORS QUARTERLY #24
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    French artists produced some of the most inspired and inventive movie poster artwork, completely new or completely redrawing iconic images. These artists each rate a chapter: Boris Grinsson, Clément Hurel, Jan Mascii, René Ferracci, and Michel Landi. Quarter, half and full page images include Fantome de l'Opera, Fantomas, La Grande Illusion, Le Vaucon Maltais, Superargo Contre Diabolikus, Irma La Douce, Taxi Driver, Le Frisson des Vampires (by Philippe Druillet), La Trace (by Moebius), Gilda (with Rita Hayworth), and Une Parisienne and Come Dance with Me with Brigitte Bardot. Learn More

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