Cover by Frank Frazetta!
Dr. David Winiewicz returns with a new article on Frazetta's preliminary color studies. This article presents five previously unpublished preliminary paintings by the master, shown as full-page illustrations. These paintings have never been published anywhere before, and are reproduced here directly from the original art and in full-color. Also in this issue is perhaps the most in-depth article on Roy G. Krenkel yet published, illustrated with scores of reproductions taken directly from his original art. Also included is a checklist of his entire published works that will prove invaluable to the serious collector. Trina Robbins, noted cartoonist and comics historian, contributes an article on the great female cartoonist of the early 1900s, Nell Brinkley. This article expands on her recent book about Brinkley, and features scores of reproductions in full-color. Rounding off the issue is an article on Albert Staehle by Dr. Donald Stoltz. Staehle was the creator of Smokey the Bear
and was a prolific illustrator of comical animal subjects for Colliers
, The Saturday Evening Post
, and many other publications of the 1940s and '50s. Book reviews, Exhibitions and Events, Lost and Found, and more complete this big issue. (Illustration Magazine)
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