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Hardcover and Softcover Editions.

Jeffrey Jones:
The Definitive Reference
Author/Editors: Emanuel Maris, J. David Spurlock, Patrick Hill, Chad Kolean

Bernie Wrightson (Foreword),
Michael Wm Kaluta (Afterword)

Legendary artist Frank Frazetta once called Hugo Award and World Fantasy Award winner Jones "the great living painter". Jones and Frazetta were the top two heroic fantasy book cover artists of the 1960's and '70's. As well as sci-fi and fantasy, Jones famously contributed to 1972-75 issues of National Lampoon with the innovative comics feature "Idyl", and was a member of The Studio in New York City with contemporaries, Barry Windsor-Smith, Bernie Wrightson and Michael Wm, Kaluta. The Studio became the subject of a landmark book from Dragon's Dream in 1979. By the '80's Jones relocated to the Woodstock area to pursue Fine Art and, in 1998 began gender transition via hormone replacement therapy.

This book catalogs all published Jones work: book covers; National Lampoon / Idyl; comics; The Studio (with Wrightson, Windsor-Smith and Kaluta); prints; portfolios; and more.
Limited Edition Hardcover. Includes 16 page bonus portfolio. SIGNED BY JEFFREY JONES!
$250.00
8.5" x 11". 144 pages.
ISBN: 9781887591379
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Jeffrey Jones: The Definitive Reference
Hardcover Deluxe Edition w/Slipcased &16-pg bonus folio
Art by Jeffery Jones
Authors / Editors: Emanuel Maris, J. David Spurlock, Patrick Hill, & Chad Kolean
$69.95
8.5" x 11". 194 full color pages.
ISBN: 1934331538
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Jeffrey Jones: The Definitive Reference
Hardcover Edition
Art by Jeffery Jones
Authors / Editors: Emanuel Maris, J. David Spurlock, Patrick Hill, & Chad Kolean
$39.95
8.5" x 11". 178 full color pages.
ISBN: 1934331546
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Jeffrey Jones: The Definitive Reference
Softcover Edition
Art by Jeffery Jones
Authors / Editors: Emanuel Maris, J. David Spurlock, Patrick Hill, & Chad Kolean
$24.95
8.5" x 11". 178 full color pages.
ISBN: 1934331552
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Jones' interview, as to how and why he creates, promises to be the most provocative and enlightening of his career.

Available only in a Signed Limited Hard Cover Edition.

Jeffrey Jones Sketchbook
Signed Limited Edition by Jeffery Jones
Art by Jeffery Jones
Designed by George Pratt

When it comes to painting beautiful women and sword-wielding warriors, Jeffrey Jones was the first- before Boris, Steranko, the Hildebrandts, and Bisley to creatively challenge the great, Frank Frazetta! Jones' inspired work has graced the covers of hundreds of science fiction and heroic fantasy books, he was poster artist for the Dragonslayer movie and he has illustrated stories by both, Conan creator Robert E. Howard and Tarzan creator Edgar Rice Burroughs. Jones comic book art excursions included: Creepy, Eerie, Wonder Woman, and Flash Gordon. The popular '70s revolution in comics and fantasy art was led by Jones and his Studio mates; Michael Kaluta, Bernie Wrightson, and Barry Windsor-Smith. He then created two of his best remembered works: IDYL for National Lampoon followed by I'M AGE for Heavy Metal! The often talked about, sometimes controversial Jeffrey Jones, is an evolving artist who has bridged the gaps between comics, science fiction, heroic fantasy and fine art as no other man or woman ever has. The Jeffrey Jones Sketchbook could be the largest collection of previously unseen works by the artist since The Studio...possibly ever.

Exquisitely designed by award-winning artist George Pratt, the 120 page, gold-foil embossed, leatherette hardcover book includes a painted, laminated dustjacket, bonus plates and an introduction by Michael Friedlander.
Limited Edition Hardcover. Includes 16 page bonus portfolio. SIGNED BY JEFFREY JONES!
$250.00
8.5" x 11". 144 pages.
ISBN: 9781887591379
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Hardcover and Softcover.

The Alluring Art of Margaret Brundage
Queen of Pulp Pin-Up Art
Authors and compilers Stephen D. Korshak and J. David Spurlock

Starting in 1932, Margaret Brundage, wife of leftist revolutionary Slim Brundage, -- who she met at the wildly-bohemian Dil Pickle Club during the Chicago Renaissance -- forever changed the look of Fantasy and Horror with her alluring, sensationalistic covers for the legendary pulp magazine, Weird Tales. Brundage, whose art contemporaries include Virgil Finlay and Hannes Bok, is unique as she was the first female cover artist of the pulp era. Decades before the gothic fetish craze, Brundage's lush, provocative paintings, which frequently featured smoldering, semi-nude young women bearing whips, became a focus of acute attention and controversy. At the very peak of the notorious pulp's classic run, the magazine's appeal was due as much to Brundage's covers as to the stories inside by famous authors H. P. Lovecraft, Clark Ashton Smith, Robert Bloch and Conan creator, Robert E. Howard. Long before Frazetta, it was Brundage who was the very 1st Conan cover artist. The Alluring Art of Margaret Brundage is the premier book devoted to this noted artist and features all of her Weird Tales and Conan covers.
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The Alluring Art of Margaret Brundage
Deluxe Hardcover Slipcased Limited Edition
Art by Margaret Brundage
Authors and Compilers Stephen D. Korshak and J. David Spurlock
$69.95
9" x 12". 200 full color pages, plus endpapers.
ISBN: 9781934331514
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The Alluring Art of Margaret Brundage
Hardcover Edition
Art by Margaret Brundage
Authors and Compilers Stephen D. Korshak and J. David Spurlock
$39.95
9" x 12". 184 full color pages, plus endpapers.
ISBN: 9781934331491
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The Alluring Art of Margaret Brundage
Softcover Edition
Art by Margaret Brundage
Authors and Compilers Stephen D. Korshak and J. David Spurlock
$24.95
9" x 12". 184 full color pages.
ISBN: 9781934331507
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How to Draw Chiller Monsters, Werewolves, Vampires and Zombies
By J. David Spurlock
Foreword by Rob Zombie

From movies to comics to graphic novels, monsters and their ilk tap into the terror that lurks in the darkest regions of the human collective unconscious. Enduringly popular characters, from vampires to zombies, provide an exciting challenge and appeal to comics and animation artists. How to Draw Chiller Monsters, Werewolves, Vampires and Zombies features the artwork of comic-book artist and Hollywood monster designer Kerry Gammill, Gene Colan as well as Neal Adams, Jim Steranko, Jack Davis, Frank Frazetta, Basil Gogos, and Wally Wood.
$13.95
8.5" x 11". 144 pages.
ISBN: 978-0823095322
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Available in
Hardcover and
Softcover.

Art of the Dragon:
The Definitive Collection of Contemporary Dragon Paintings
By Patrick Wilshire and J. David Spurlock

Vanguard presents every dragon lover's dream come true, Art of the Dragon: The Definitive Collection of Contemporary Dragon Paintings. This concise yet comprehensive survey by Visions of Never author Patrick Wilshire and How to Draw Chiller Monsters, Werewolves, Vampires, and Zombies author J. David Spurlock presents and examines the ultimate collection of contemporary dragon paintings and provides insights about the foremost dragon-painting fantasy artists including Jeff Easley, Larry Elmore, Clyde Caldwell, Keith Parkinson, Todd Lockwood, Donato Giancola, John Howe, Bob Eggleton, Don Maitz, Stephen Hickman, Boris Vallejo, Julie Bell, Greg Hildebrandt, and record-breaking Hugo Award winner Michael Whelan who, also provides the cover to this long-awaited and breathtaking compendium. This book is dedicated to the memory of the late, great fantasy artist Jeffrey Catherine Jones who passed away May 19, 2011.
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Art of the Dragon:
The Definitive Collection of Contemporary
Dragon Paintings
Hardcover Edition
By Patrick Wilshire and J. David Spurlock
$39.95
8.5" x 11". 136 pages.
ISBN: 9781934331439
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Art of the Dragon:
The Definitive Collection of Contemporary
Dragon Paintings
Softcover Edition
By Patrick Wilshire and J. David Spurlock
$24.95
8.5" x 11". 132 pages.
ISBN: 978-1934331439
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Hardcover and Softcover.

The Art of Neal Adams
Art by Neal Adams

The most luxurious book to-date devoted to the legendary Batman and X-Men comic book and Tarzan book-cover artist, Neal Adams.

From his Ben Casey newspaper strips to Creepy magazine work to groundbreaking comic books, Adams' work serves as an inspiration for every illustrator who works in the field to this day. His topflight 60s and '70s Marvel and DC work are perennial sellers in infinite repackaging. Coinciding with the launch of his Continuity Studio, Adams expanded into cutting-edge advertising work, amusement park ride design, magazine illustration, animation, and paperback book covers. Included in this collection are classic and rare works spanning the artist's noted career and a unique selection of Neal's seldom-seen paintings. Fully annotated by the artist.
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The Art of Neal Adams
Deluxe Hardcover Edition
16 page bonus folio

By Neal Adams
$59.95
9" x 12". 160 full color pages.
ISBN: 978-1934331361
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The Art of Neal Adams
Hardcover Edition
By Neal Adams
$39.95
9" x 12". 144 full color pages.
ISBN: 978-1-934331-35-4
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The Art of Neal Adams
Softcover Edition
By Neal Adams
$24.95
9" x 12". 144 full color pages.
ISBN: 978-1-934331-34-7
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"I always felt that the classic Frankenstein, Dracula and Wolfman movies had missed the boat. They didn't do the one final movie. You know, the one where the monsters all battle. I developed this Monster Project myself. The ultimate battle of monsters."

-- NEAL ADAMS

Available in both
Deluxe Hardcover in a Slipcase,
signed by Neal Adams
and a Hardcover unsigned.

Neal Adams MONSTERS
Story and art by Neal Adams

Neal Adams, explodes back onto the comic scene with a new hardcover graphic novel, Neal Adams Monsters, featuring the most terrifying supernatural creatures in classic-horror history: The Frankenstein Monster, Count Dracula and the Werewolf. Neal Adams Monsters was rendered oversized to take the penciling and inking chores to the max. The end result is a masterwork which features the dramatic line work and exquisite fine rendering Neal Adams has been canonized for. Thrill to a level of unprecedented detail as a comics grandmaster reveals the story of these infamous horror legends as only he can see them: a horror epic guaranteed to thrill.

Collected into an English-language graphic novel for the first time, this material was originally serialized in Adam's groundbreaking anthology Echo of Future Past. This new edition has digital coloring and effects in a process personally overseen by Adams to conform to his exacting standards for rendering, lighting and form. New pages have been added, new covers as well as a special section of rare paintings, sketches and drawings of monsters that captured his imagination throughout his illustration career.

A Deluxe Slipcased edition is available signed by Adams with a 16-page bonus art portfolio of rare and unpublished works. For a fan of great art and its integration into great story-telling, comic lover or not, Neal Adams Monsters is a must-have.
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Neal Adams MONSTERS
Deluxe hardcover Edition in a slipcase
featuring a 16-pg bonus portfolio
signed by Neal Adams

By Neal Adams
$39.95
8.5" x 11". 88 full color pages.
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Neal Adams MONSTERS
Hardcover Edition
By Neal Adams
$24.95
8.5" x 11". 72 full color pages.
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Available in both
Hardcover and Softcover.

Neal Adams Sketchbook
Compiled & Designed by Arlen Schumer

Legendary Batman and X-Men artist Neal Adams said, "If you're interested in getting to the thought process that has gone into the work that I have done, this could be just the sketchbook that does it for you. Here, if you like, you can climb down into my mind. Just watch the first step, it's a doosey."
Vanguard enlisted Arlen Schumer to help compile the Adams Sketchbook. Schumer has quickly become the top Adams historian, following his definitive, Neal Adams: the DC Years for Comic Book Marketplace and his recent, Neal Adams: the Marvel Years for Comic Book Artist magazine.
The Neal Adams Sketchbook is becoming increasingly rare, and no more copies are being sold to retailers or distributors.
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Neal Adams Sketchbook
Hardcover Limited Edition
Signed by Neal Adams
(very limited quantities)
By Neal Adams
$50.00
8.5" x 11". 120 b&w pages.
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Neal Adams Sketchbook
Hardcover Limited Edition - Unsigned
(very limited quantities)
By Neal Adams
$35.00
Shown at right is the First Edition Hardcover of the Neal Adams Sketchbook. There are only a few copies left available of the First Edition Hardcover.
8.5" x 11". 120 b&w pages.
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Neal Adams Sketchbook
Softcover - unsigned
1st Printing
(very limited quantities)
By Neal Adams
$25.00
8.5" x 11". 120 b&w pages.
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• The first monograph dedicated to the World's most famous monster artist.
• Introduction by Rockstar and The Devil's Rejects horror film director, Rob Zombie.
• Profusely illustrated with over 150 color and 50 black & white illustrations.
• Full-color on 160 heavy, glossy-stock pages (HC has dustjacket & endpapers)
• Endorsed by the families of Boris Karloff, Bela Lugosi, and Lon Chaney.
• Features commentary from the artist, his contemporaries and noted film professionals.
• Supported by a blitz of international magazine and internet coverage.
• Supported by Gogos' personal appearances in New York, San Diego, New Jersey, Florida and more.

Available in both
Hardcover and Softcover.

The Famous Monster Movie Art of Basil Gogos
By Brian M. Kane
Introduction by James Bama

The Famous Monster Movie Art of Basil Gogos is a celebration of the career of the acknowledged master of film monster portrait art. To many fans of classic horror movies, the name Basil Gogos is as familiar as that of Boris Karloff, Bela Lugosi or Vincent Price. Gogos' paintings are as iconic as his subjects. This long-overdue retrospective features high-quality reproductions of many of his most famous paintings as well as many previously unpublished paintings and drawings of classic film creatures and actors. Gogos' early work in men's adventure magazine and paperback book art will also be examined as well as his works in movie posters and other areas. An in-depth career-spanning interview with the artist accompanies the illustrations and tributes by other artists and film professionals inspired by Gogos' powerful images. The book features an introduction by rock star, movie director and horror collector Rob Zombie.

The "monster craze" among baby-boomers, sparked by the release of Universal Studios' horror classics to television in the late '50s, gave birth to a new phenomenon -- the monster magazine. Famous Monsters of Filmland, filled with monster photos and articles on horror movies and their stars, was the premier publication for young horror film fans.

Issues of the new magazine practically leapt off the newsstand shelves and into kids' hands due in no small way to their striking cover paintings by Basil Gogos. Like a Bizarro world Norman Rockwell, his stylish portraits of horror film characters and stars were seen on magazine covers throughout the '60s and '70s. Gogos' interpretations of movie monsters like Frankenstein, The Creature from the Black Lagoon, and the Phantom of the Opera, breathed new life into the old black and white images. His amazing use of color and bold, impressionistic brushwork gave a sense of both excitement and sophistication to his paintings which has never been matched.

Gogos' legend as the world's greatest movie monster artist has only grown over the years. His original Famous Monsters cover paintings are highly sought-after and are in the collections of many filmmakers and rock stars on whom he made a lasting impression. In recent years he has been in much demand by producers wishing to capture the unforgettable look and feel of the classic monster art of the '60s. CD and DVD covers, movie posters, trading cards, book covers and new monster magazines continue to keep Basil Gogos the world's greatest monster artist.
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The Famous Monster Movie Art of Basil Gogos
Hardcover Edition
Edited by Kerry Gammill & J. David Spurlock. Introduction by Rob Zombie
$39.95
8.5" x 11". 160 full color pages.
ISBN: 9781887591720
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The Famous Monster Movie Art of Basil Gogos
Softcover Edition
Edited by Kerry Gammill & J. David Spurlock. Introduction by Rob Zombie
$24.95
8.5" x 11". 160 full color pages.
ISBN: 9781887591720
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Hal Foster's work has inspired generations of artists including Jack Kirby, Lou Fine, Frank Frazetta, Al Williamson, Wayne Boring, Joe Kubert, Russ Manning, Wally Wood, Dave Stevens, Carmine Infantino, Charles Vess, William Stout, John Buscema, Mark Schultz and the great Disney artist, Carl Barks. The book will feature quotes and sidebars from many of these artists. His originals are highly prized works of art, which sell for thousands of dollars, and Prince Valiant continues to encourage new artistic interpretations in a wide variety of mediums. Without realizing it Foster had created a bridge between the Golden Age of Illustration and modern sequential art.

Hal Foster: The Father of the Adventure Strip is being produced with the full cooperation of the Foster family and The National Cartoonists Society.

Available in 3 formats.
Deluxe Hardcover Limited Edition
with a 16 page bonus section and signed by
JAMES BAMA!
Hardcover and Softcover.

HAL FOSTER
Prince of Illustrators ~ Father of the Adventure Strip
By Brian M. Kane
Introduction by James Bama

In the first comprehensive biography of Hal Foster, author Brian M. Kane examines the 70-year career of one of the greatest illustrators of the twentieth century. Superman was modeled after Foster's drawings of Tarzan, Flash Gordon's Alex Raymond borrowed compositions from Prince Valiant and thousands of artists, including the famous contemporary Western painter James Bama, count Foster among their greatest influences.

Born in Halifax, Nova Scotia in 1892 of a seafaring family, Hal naturally took to the sea. At the age of eight he paddled a twelve-foot plank across Halifax Harbor to the consternation of large Cunard liners. In his youth he was a catalogue artist, a trapper, a professional boxer, a gold prospector, and a hunter-guide in the uncharted forests of Canada. In 1921 with a wife and two children to support he peddled his one-speed bicycle 1,000 miles across dirt and gravel roads from Winnipeg to Chicago to attend the Art Institute and later find permanent employment.

The young illustrator's work appeared on the covers of Popular Mechanics and in hundreds of magazines for clients such as Northwest Paper, Jekle Margarine, Southern Pacific Railroad and Illinois Pacific Railroad. In 1929 Foster illustrated the first newspaper adaptation of Tarzan of the Apes by Edgar Rice Burroughs. The comic strip was the first of its kind and it was Foster's sense of realism, composition, draftsmanship, and understanding of fluid anatomy that would forever mark him as "The Father of the Adventure Strip."

The famous newspaper tycoon, William Randolph Hearst, wanted Foster and made the artist an unheard of offer. If Foster would leave Tarzan and come to work for Hearst's King Features Syndicate he could do anything he wanted and have complete ownership of the new series. The first episode of Prince Valiant in the Days of King Arthur appeared on February 13, 1937. Foster would chronicle the exploits of his greatest creation for the next 43 years.

Prince Valiant became one of the most successful comic series of all time, winning the prestigious Banshees' "Silver Lady" award and both the National Cartoonists Society's coveted "Reuben" award and "Gold Key" award. The strip also generated merchandise outside of the Sunday funnies such as toy knights complete with castle, a board game, paper dolls, candy bars and even a briefcase. In 1954, 20th Century Fox took Foster's creation to the silver screen in Prince Valiant, directed by Henry Hathaway, starring Robert Wagner, James Mason and Janet Leigh. Foster's fame led to him being the subject of an episode of the popular TV series, This is Your Life which aired April 14, 1954. At age 73, Foster was elected to membership in Great Britain's Royal Society of Arts - an honor very few Americans can claim. Foster's classic portraya l of Britain's history inspired England's King Edward, who abdicated to become Edward, The Duke of Windsor, to call Prince Valiant the "greatest contribution to English literature in the past hundred years."


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Hal Foster Prince of Illustrators
~ Father of the Adventure Strip
Hardcover Limited Edition
Includes 16 page bonus portfolio

By Brian M. Kane
Introduction by James Bama
$49.95
8.5" x 11". 192 full color pages.
SIGNED BY JAMES BAMA
ISBN: 978-1887591485
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Hal Foster Prince of Illustrators
~ Father of the Adventure Strip
Hardcover Edition
By Brian M. Kane
Introduction by James Bama
$34.95
8.5" x 11".
176 full color pages.
ISBN: 978-1887591249
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Hal Foster Prince of Illustrators
~ Father of the Adventure Strip
Softcover Edition
By Brian M. Kane
Introduction by James Bama
$24.95
8.5" x 11". 176 full color pages.
ISBN: 978-1887591249
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Hardcover and
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LOVERBOY
An Irwin Hasen Story

By Irwin Hasen

Loverboy is the risqué, romantic escapade story of a very short, blue-eyed, confirmed bachelor, who adores tall, voluptuous women. The double-breasted suit wearing man-about-town seeks psychiatric insight to his tendencies in this humorous, intimate, and sometimes poignant, new graphic novel by award winning Dondi cartoonist, Irwin Hasen.
Toward the end of the story, we find that Loverboy is, in fact, Hasen himself and the book segues into an entertaining biography of the noted cartoonist whose career spans from the birth of the comic book; to work for DC, All-American, Sheldon Mayer and M.C. Gaines, including Catman, Green Lantern, Wonder Woman, The Flash, All-Star Comics; to his own creation, with Batman co-creator Bill Finger, Wildcat; to mentoring comics and animation legend, Alex Toth; to creating the Dondi newspaper strip with writer Gus Edson; and the1961 Dondi film staring David Janssen, Patti Page,and a cameo by Hasen as a police sketch artist. Loverboy is filled throughout with Irwin Hasen's famous humor.

"Irwin Hasen has lived a life that would take three lifetimes to experience. This book is a must read."

– Joe Kubert

"So you thought you missed the boat. Well here's your chance with Irwin Hasen's risqué and psychologically-insightful Loverboy graphic novel. Do not miss this book."
– Neal Adams

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LOVERBOY
An Irwin Hasen Story

Hardcover Edition
By Irwin Hasen
$39.95
8.5" x 11". 128 b&w pages.
ISBN: 978-1-934331-31-6
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LOVERBOY
An Irwin Hasen Story

Softcover Edition
By Irwin Hasen
$24.95
8.5" x 11". 128 b & w pages.
ISBN: 978-1-934331-30-9
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Available in 3 formats.
Deluxe Hardcover with Slipcase
and a 16 page bonus section,
Hardcover and Softcover.

JOE KUBERT:
How to Draw from Life

Written & Illustrated by Joe Kubert

JOE KUBERT!...the legendary Hawkman, Tarzan, Enemy Ace, Batman, Sgt Rock artist and critically acclaimed graphic novelist of Tor, Abraham Stone, Fax From Sarajevo, Sgt Rock, and Yossel , also founded the first and only accredited school devoted solely to the art of cartoon graphics. The Joe Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic Art, Inc. in Dover, New Jersey has since produced many of today's leading cartoonists including Kubert sons Adam and Andy Kubert.

In 1998 Kubert expanded his career as an art instructor with a series of correspondence courses, Kubert's first instructional book for major bookstore release, Superheroes (1999) was aimed at a young audience interested in cartooning. It was followed by the instructional kit, Joe Kubert's Comic Book Studio, (2002).

In his new book, JOE KUBERT: How to Draw from Life, designed for more mature art students, professionals and enthusiasts, Kubert presents a wealth of his own drawings from nude models spanning his years as an artist and art instructor. This book is accompanied by Kubert's commentary on drawing from life. Subjects include gesture drawing, contour drawing, the figure in motion, short studies, long studies, drawing women, the figure in perspective, form and structure, anatomy, and lighting. This is surely the most significant How-To book from a major comics creator this year.

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JOE KUBERT: How to Draw from Life
DELUXE Limited Edition Slipcased Hardcover
Leatherette Slipcased edition with 16 page bonus folio.
SIGNED by JOE KUBERT.

Written & Illustrated by Joe Kubert
$59.95
8.5" x 11". 144 pages.
ISBN: 978-1-934331-16-3
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JOE KUBERT: How to Draw from Life
Hardcover Edition
Written & Illustrated by Joe Kubert
$34.95
8.5" x 11". 128 pages.
ISBN: 978-1-934331-15-6
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JOE KUBERT: How to Draw from Life
Softcover Edition
Written & Illustrated by Joe Kubert
$24.95
8.5" x 11". 128 pages.
ISBN: 978-1934331149