By Arlen Schumer
The Silver Age (1956-1970) used to be probably the most renowned and influential eras
in comedian e-book historical past for creators and readers alike.
THE SILVER AGE OF comedian publication paintings highlights the careers of 8 stated corridor of fame
artists who drew definitive models of the industrys maximum characters,
while frequently atmosphere developments within the glance of comedian publication paintings itself.
Arlen Schumers e-book is the 1st to pay attention to the significance of those artists
and their paintings, in addition to the literary and sociological elements of the Silver Age.
Designed through the writer utilizing a particular photo kind, real comedian ebook art
is enlarged to dynamic complete - and double-page spreads, besides biographical textual content through the author,
and recommendations, principles and prices from the artists themselves.
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