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  1. MADMAN 20TH ANNIVERSARY MONSTER W/ Unsigned Bookplate

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    Frazetta!& Kirby! Toth! Moebius! Kubert! Miller! Stevens! The BIG one! Literally: This gigantic 11 x 17 hardcover is the coffee table book of the Millennium! Nearly every great artist ever to work in comics is in this book which includes a new 19-page story by Allread, and one-page tales and poster-sized tributes by Peter Bagge, Kyle Baker, Philip Bond & Peter Milligan, Darwyn Cooke, Dave Cooper, Dean Haspiel, Los Bros Hernandez, Erik Larsen, David Mack, Pat Mckeown, Bernie Mireault, Michael Avon Oeming, Paul Pope, Eric Powell, Frank Quitely, and on and on, with Steven T. Seagle & Teddy Kristiansen, Jeff Smith, Jay Stephens, Craig Thompson, Matt Wagner, Joe Quinones & Maris Wicks. Learn More
  2. THE PRISONER Shattered Visage

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    Set 20 years after the events of the original TV show, this graphic novel follows former secret agent Alice Drake as she is dragged back into her old life following a ship wreck that sees her washed up on the shores of The Village. She discovers that old secrets and old spies never die, meeting an aged Number Six, who is still locked into a decades-old conflict with his old nemesis Number Two for the future of the deserted spy village. Meanwhile, back in London conflicting intelligence agencies fight to gain control of the intelligence mine that is The Village, and the deadly secret lying at its very core. Learn More

    The first collection of fantasy art by a master illustrator with emphasis on reproduction of work for Unknown, Astounding, and the 1949 and 1950 Gnome Press calendars. Learn More
  4. KING OF THE COMICS 100 Years of King Features

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    This book is a centennial birthday bash hosted by Dean Mullaney, Bruce Canwell, and Brian Walker, with contributions by eight others. More than just comics, it's a celebration of the profound impact that King Features has had on popular culture! Tons of ephemera, cool agency ads, Christmas cards, promotional drawings etc. Nominated For Two Eisner Awards: Best Comics-Related Book And Best Publication Design. King was the home for Buz Sawyer! Maggie & Jiggs! Steve Canyon! Krazy Kat! Popeye! Flash Gordon! Prince Valiant! Learn More

    Exquisite visual form and color spring to life from the illustrations of stories, historical events, and commercial products. Cornwell's work reflected the interests, concerns, and dreams that characterized each of five decades. His immense technical skill enabled him to paint in different styles and adapt to the needs of his varied assignments. The reader will encounter hours of aesthetic and historical richness from this well-balanced collection. Learn More

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    This reproduction of the very first Director's Club exhibition offers a generous selection of more than 300 halftone images, accompanied by a sources appendix. New to this edition are 15 added pages of color reproductions of a selection of the best work. Entries by leaders in the field include J. C. Leyendecker's ads for Arrow shirts, Maxfield Parrish's Mazda Lamp calendar pages, Franklin Booth's line art, and contributions by Norman Rockwell, Edward Penfield, N. C. Wyeth, and other luminaries. Learn More

    This collection contains examples of the work of Howard Pyle, N.C. Wyeth, and four other exceptional painters from the Brandywine school of illustration, which opened in 1900. The 45-plus color illustrations, selected from magazines and books published throughout the 20th century, are accompanied by commentary discussing each work and illustrator. Five sections present chivalry, pirates, the American Indian, the frontier, and the art of illustration. Edited by art collector Dell in association with Walt Reed, who has chronicled the history of American illustration in several books and articles. Learn More
  8. IT MUST BE ART Big O Poster Artist of The 1960s and 70s

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    Throughout the 1960s and 70s, London-based Big O Posters helped define the new and democratic art medium of the psychedelic poster, a vehicle for rebellion against the old order that went hand in hand with the music, literature, and film of the time. This is a comprehensive collection of works published by Big O artists, astonishingly creative folks whose artistry developed almost completely outside the influence of the art establishment. With 300 images by 19 artists, including Rodney Matthews, Mati Klarwein, Roger Dean, H.R. Giger, Robert Venosa, Wayne Anderson, Jim Burns, Vali Myers and--surprise--Virgil Finlay! Learn More
  9. COMIC BOOK CREATOR #16 Dean Haspiel & Dan Parent

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    Career-spanning conversations with Brooklyn's own Dean Haspiel (the Emmy-winning alternative-slash-mainstream artist who collaborated with Harvey Pekar, and artist on Mark Waid's The Fox and The Red Hook webtoon) and Dan Parent (GLADD award-winning cartoonist and creator in the Archie universe). Plus In Remembrance: Rich Buckler; including Pt 1 of a two part interview; Russ Heath's missing Blazing Combat story; a visit with Marie Severin; Paul Power describes Jack Kirby's guest appearance on the Bob Newhart show and Fred Hembeck. Learn More

    Views showcases the first seven years of Roger Dean's work after his graduation from the Royal College of Art in 1968. It includes paintings and graphics; branding such as the Yes typography and the first Virgin Records logo; groundbreaking stage sets; and album art including iconic early Yes covers such as the award-winning Tales From Topographic Oceans. This is the original edition. Learn More

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