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Cover Date: June 2000
Cover Price: US $ 49.95
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Format: Black & White; Hardcover; 96 pages
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Frank Cho: Illustrator (2000) HC - Frank Cho: Illustrator
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This is a 96-page, over-sized hardback with foil stamping, color dust jacket, illustrated endleaves, and heavy art-quality pages covered with glorious images of beautiful women, god-like men in primitive conflicts, and hilarious cartoons filled with wacky critters! Collected for the first time are Frank’s rarely-seen images from the novels of Edgar Rice Burroughs, Talbot Mundy, and other lurid pulp stories. Also presented are never-before-seen sketches, paintings, and detailed illustrations for books, magazines, advertisements, and newspapers. Color images are exhibited full size and with every shade preserved to see. See Frank’s Cavewoman strips and illustrations, his science fiction, and erotic fantasy art. Even select, exceptional Liberty Meadows Sunday strips are included. Finally, the introduction is by two of Frank’s greatest fans: Al Williamson and Mark Schultz.
Signed by Frank Cho and limited to 400 copies.
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