Panels (issue no. 2, Spring 1981)

By: (Benson, John, ed.)

Price: $20.00

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Book Condition: Near Fine

[tiny tear at bottom of front cover, no other significant wear]. (cartoon illustrations) 32-page magazine devoted to comic art. About half this issue is related to Carl Barks: a 1975 interview with him, conducted by Edward Summer; excerpts from several letters written by Barks to various correspondents and fans; several pages of reproductions of Barks cartoons (many of them somewhat racy) from his early career at the Calgary Eye-Opener. Also: "Is War Hell?: The Evolution of an Artist's Viewpoint," about Harvey Kurtzman's war-comic work during the early 1950s; an appreciation of comic-book artist Jesse Marsh, written and lettered by Alex Toth; detailed and erudite reviews of several contemporary comic-book/graphic art publications ("Stan Mack's Real Life Funnies"; several of the "Gen" adventures of Kenji Nakazawa; and "Power Pak Comics" by Aline Kominsky-Crumb).

Title: Panels (issue no. 2, Spring 1981)

Author: (Benson, John, ed.)

Illustrator: Illustrated by (cover illus) Carl Barks

Categories: *NEW ARRIVALS,

Edition: (Issue 2)

Publisher: New York, John Benson: 1981

Binding: Magazine

Book Condition: Near Fine

Seller ID: 25856

Keywords: Comic Books Comic Art Carl Barks Cartoon Art