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COMIC BOOK CREATOR #22

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COMIC BOOK CREATOR #22

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All-new P. Craig Russell cover, and it's great! Highly Recommended. Edited by Jon B. Cooke. Travel to the studio of P. Craig Russell, whose career stretches from Killraven and Elric, to his Oscar Wilde adaptations and The Sandman, to collaborations with Neil Gaiman on American Gods. A career-spanning, intimate interview (complete with photos and a gallery of PCR’s finest artwork). Next, almost completely unknown work of Frank Quitely, on the walls of a Radisson hotel in Scotland! Jeff Gelb says goodbye to writer Bill Schelly, CBC visits the great Joe Sinnott. Mature Readers.

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Travel to the studio of P. Craig Russell, whose career stretches from Killraven and Elric, to his Oscar Wilde adaptations and The Sandman, to collaborations with Neil Gaiman on American Gods. A career-spanning, intimate interview (complete with photos and a gallery of PCR’s finest artwork). Next, almost completely unknown work of Frank Quitely, on the walls of a Radisson hotel in Scotland! Jeff Gelb says goodbye to writer Bill Schelly, CBC visits the great Joe Sinnott.

Sinnott discusses his Treasure Chest work, the long-running Catholic comic book that also featured the art of Reed Crandall and William Overguard. Joe did fine work for them, including great historical pieces on explorers and pioneers, at the same time he worked for Atlas and Stan Lee, and just before he became the famed inker of Jack Kirby's amazing run on The Fantastic Four, in the mid-sixties.

CBC also talks with Derf Backderf about his forthcoming graphic novel commemorating the 50th anniversary of the tragic killing of college students, Kent State: Four Dead in Ohio. as well as get revealing answers from Jay Leisten from our probing 10 Questions. Oh, and lest we forget, Fred Hembeck shares a new strip!

And...coverage of a great Weirdo gathering, complete with loads of pictures, with R. Crumb and Peter Bagge, at a campus in Columbus; Howard's Cruse's Stuck Rubber Baby; a comic-con reunion of the creators who made the Vertigo imprint so renowned; and Richard Arndt talks about the very best offerings for Free Comic Book Day.

And Gil Kane's Dracula is featured on a wonderful page rough for the cover of Tomb of Dracula #19.

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Item Code CBCR22
Publisher TwoMorrows
Publish Date 2020
Adult Rating Mature Readers
Binding Magazine
Dimensions 8x11
# Pages 84pg
Color Full Color
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