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  1. PIN-UP DREAMS
    $30.00

    A showcase of Armstrong's dream-girl images features three hundred reproductions spanning fifty years in the artist's career. Learn More
  2. IMPOLLUTABLE POGO
    $20.00

    One of the classic humor strips of all-time, rivaled possibly only by Peanuts and Krazy Kat. A masterpiece of comic strip art, Kelly transcended his anthropomorphic genre by crafting the sharpest political and social satire the funny pages had ever seen, not to mention the most inimitable and lasting character dialects since George Herriman. Learn More
  3. FRANK KELLY FREAS A SEPARATE STAR
    $60.00

    This is the second book by one of science fiction's best and most renowned artists. A must have for the serious collector of sci-fi art. Introduced by Robert Silverberg, it contains some very fine covers and full page color plates.

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  4. THE ART OF JAMES BAMA
    $35.00

    The Art of James Bama is a comprehensive collection of his finest work, showing real people of the new West recreating their history, and descendants of the Old West paying homage to their heritage. Bama's ability to convey their emotion gives his paintings a resonance like no other. Learn More
  5. FANTASY BY FABIAN
    $80.00

    This is the first hard covered book entirely devoted to the artwork of Stephen E. Fabian. The book is divided into 8 sections beginning with "Fantastic Nudes" and ending with book art for stories by Robert E Howard, Lovecraft, L. Sprague de Camp, Roger Zelazny and others. This is one of the finest collection of his early works. Learn More
  6. THE WEIRD WORLD OF GAHAN WILSON
    $50.00

    A paperback collection of classic cartoons selected from Gahan Wilson's Sunday Comics. Learn More
  7. SHAZAM! FROM THE 40'S TO THE 70'S Hardcover

    Regular Price: $175.00

    Sale Price $150.00

    Captain Marvel and his family were among the most popular Golden Age superheroes, occasionally surpassing even Superman in total sales. A lawsuit by DC put Captain Marvel and his publisher, Fawcett, on ice in the early 1950s, but DC brought the character back into print in Shazam! in the 1970s. This meaty volume containing mostly stories from the strip's heyday in the 1940s was released in 1977, perhaps to capitalize on the popularity of the then-current TV series. Shazam! from the 40s to the 70s showcases the storytelling genius of writer Otto Binder and artist C.C. Beck, as well as a few Captain Marvel, Jr. stories drawn by the great Mac Raboy, one of the finest draftsmen of the 1940s. Learn More
  8. GUSTAV ADOLF MOSSA LA SCENE SYMBOLISTE
    $75.00

    Very scarce French edition on this important Symbolist painter. Several books have been done on him, but they virtually never show up in this country. Nothing has been done in English that I am aware of. This is by far the least expensive editions. Others range into the hundreds of dollars. This offers b&w and full color images of quintessential women in Art Nouveau and Symbolist trappings. Some nudes. Mossa is one of the most interesting French artists from this period, but remains relatively unknown in the U.S. except for occasional appearances in general books on the period. Learn More
  9. BURNE-JONES
    $100.00

    A biographical study of this important member of the Pre-Raphelite Brotherhood. Richly illustrated with 280 black and white plates and 50 color plates. Includes a select bibliography, a list of stained-glass windows designed by Burne-Jones, and a list of public collections containing his work. Learn More
  10. AL WILLIAMSON'S FLASH GORDON
    $150.00

    Al Williamson's Flash Gordon: A Lifelong Vision of the Heroic, collects all the major works of the artist featuring the character. At 256 pages, it encompasses Williamson's three stints of depicting Flash in comic book format: the legendary King Comics stories from the 1960s, the 1980 adaptation of the Universal Flash Gordon motion picture, and the Marvel Comics miniseries of 1994. First Printing. Learn More

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