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The Art of "War" By David Roach

The Art of "War" by David Roach

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Summary

From the 1950s to the '70s Fleetway and its successor IPC was the world's biggest comic-book publisher and its line of digest-sized Picture Libraries was the jewel in their crown. This is a collection of over 400 of the finest "War", "Battle", "Air Ace" and "War at Sea" covers digitally remastered from the original archived artwork.

The Art of "War" Summary

The Art of "War": More of the Best Cover Art from "War", "Battle", "Air Ace" and "War at Sea" Picture Libraries by David Roach

From the 1950s to the '70s Fleetway and its successor IPC was the world's biggest comic-book publisher and its line of digest-sized Picture Libraries was the jewel in their crown. The most popular and longest lasting titles were "War", "Battle", "Air Ace" and "War at Sea", which ran for a combined total of over four and a half thousand issues. This is a collection of over 400 of the finest "War", "Battle", "Air Ace" and "War at Sea" covers, digitally remastered from the original archived artwork in a lavish format with the finest quality reproduction.

About David Roach

David A. Roach is an artist, illustrator, writer and historian with 20 years experience in the comics industry. Among the comics he has worked on are such iconic strips as Batman, Judge Dredd, Dr Who, Star Wars and Aliens. As an author he is an editor and writer for such books as True Brit: The History of British Comics and The SuperHero Book. He is also a regular writer for Comic Book Artist and Comics International magazines.

Additional information

GOR004294128
9781853756627
1853756628
The Art of "War": More of the Best Cover Art from "War", "Battle", "Air Ace" and "War at Sea" Picture Libraries by David Roach
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Welbeck Publishing Group
2008-10-06
400
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Book picture is for illustrative purposes only, actual binding, cover or edition may vary.
This is a used book - there is no escaping the fact it has been read by someone else and it will show signs of wear and previous use. Overall we expect it to be in very good condition, but if you are not entirely satisfied please get in touch with us

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