Midwest Book Review: Modern Masters Volume 27 Ron Garney

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OCT111232 Midwest Book Review: Modern Masters Volume 27 Ron GarneyMidwest Book Review: Modern Masters Volume 27 Ron Garney

Modern Masters Volume 27: Ron Garney deserves a place in any lending library strong in comics history and culture and provides a detailed focus on artist Ron Garney, whose art has fostered such popular comics as Captain America and Wolverine. It surveys his art and career and includes an in-depth and lengthy interview with Garney exploring his purposes and inspirations. A centerfold of rare and unseen art – including many pieces in color – accompany black and white images and insights, making this a powerful presentation and a ‘must’ for any comics history collection.

Modern Masters Volume 27: Ron Garney
Jorge Khoury & Eric Nolen-Weatherington
TwoMorrows Publishing
10407 Bedfordtown Dr., Raleigh, NC 27614
1605490407, $15.95, www.twomorrows.com

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