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The EC Artists Library Slipcase 3 (Volumes 9-12) (Fantagraphics Ec Artists' Library)

Orlando, Joe, Severin, John, Evans, George, Wood, Wallace

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ISBN 10: 1683960076 / ISBN 13: 9781683960072
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2017. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Num Pages: 904 pages, 1. BIC Classification: FX. Category: (G) General (US: Trade). Dimension: 267 x 191. . . . . . . Books ship from the US and Ireland. Bookseller Inventory # V9781683960072

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Title: The EC Artists Library Slipcase 3 (Volumes 9...

Publisher: Fantagraphics

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: New

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A boxed set of four great books in our acclaimed EC Artists’ Library, which collects the best comics of the 1950s from the greatest mass market comic book publisher in history. Featured are: Judgment Day And Other Stories illustrated by Joe Orlando, Aces High illustrated by George Evans, Bomb Run And Other Stories illustrated by John Severin and Will Elder, and Spawn of Mars And Other Stories illustrated by Wallace Wood.

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Joe Orlando (1927–1998; Will Eisner Hall of Fame, 2007) was a prolific illustrator, writer, editor, and cartoonist who rose from artist at EC Comics to vice president at DC Comics.

John Powers Severin (1921–2012; Will Eisner Hall of Fame, 2003), who had a "realistic" comics style,  specialized in war, western, and humor comics. One of Mad’s founding artists, he worked for with Cracked magazine for forty-five years.

George Evans (1920–2001) worked as a World War II aircraft mechanic, which informed his depiction of all kinds of airplanes in breathtaking aerial acrobatics. He was the regular artist on the newspaper strip Secret Agent Corrigan (a.k.a. Secret Agent X-9) from 1980 until his retirement in 1996.

Wallace Allan Wood (1927–1981) rebooted Marvel's Daredevil, designing the iconic costume that recently appeared on the smash hit Netflix series. He was one of the best and funniest cartoonists of the earliest iteration of Mad magazine and, thanks to his work on the EC Comics line, he is also widely considered one of America’s greatest science-fiction cartoonists. With his magazine anthology witzend, he helped pioneer underground/independent comics publishing.

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