Recommended. Collected from Roy Rogers Comic, 1954-58. Art by Alex Toth and John Buscema. Hermes Press presents the comic book adventures of Roy Rogers, King of the Comics, originally published by Dell. This “best of” collection exclusively features the work of comic book masters Alex Toth and John Buscema. Each story was hand picked by Roy’s son, Dusty and include his favorite tales. This volume features over 256 pages of comics created by two of the Silver Age’s most important artists, Alex Toth and John Buscema. This book brings together not only the best western tales of America’s favorite cowboy but also presents these stories by two of the most noteworthy artists of the period. Hermes Press, 2020. Condition: Bumped corners.
From Dell Comics, 19 classic, well-drawn stories hand picked by Roy’s son, Dusty, who also writes the Foreword. Plus The Art of Alex Toth by Daniel Herman and Focus: John Buscema. Long essays with lots of original artwork. Two of the Silver Age’s most important artists offer high point stories from the series.
Stories include Tornado, The Temptation of Sam McGraw, Masquerade, Victory First, The Sign of Burning Rock, The Rebel Rider, The Manhunt for Five, The Lost Explorers, Red Ledge Gold, Race with Doom, The Man From Long Ago and many more.
Includes full page pictures of Roy himself on Trigger, photo covers for the comic books, original art by Alex Toth, ghosting on the Roy Rogers’ daily strips, and lots more.
Roy Rogers was not only a star of films and television, but also 177 issues of this own comic book, as well as many spin-off series. But all fans agree that the highpoint of his long success in comics were the stories drawn by these two fine artists.
Condition: Bumped corners.
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