MBR: Sal Buscema Comics Fast And Furious Artist

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SEP090988 MBR: Sal Buscema Comics Fast And Furious ArtistSal Buscema: Comics’ Fast & Furious Artist
Jim Amash with Eric Nolen-Weatherington
TwoMorrows Publishing
10407 Bedfordtown Dr., Raleigh, NC 27614
1605490210, $26.95 www.twomorrows.com

Sal Buscema: Comics’ Fast & Furious Artist provides a fine review of a Marvel Comics artist who became one of the most recognized artists of the comic world. He created some of Marvel’s most memorable storylines and had a ten-year run with The Incredible Hulk: his creations cemented some of the most famous runs of the comic universe and here black and white and color panels compliment many Buscema insights, key to any serious comic collector’s shelf.

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