Midwest Book Review: The Quality Companion

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The Quality Companion
Mike Kooiman and Jim Amash
TwoMorrows Publishing
10407 Bedfordtown Dr., Raleigh NC 27614
9781605490373, $31.95, www.twomorrows.com

The Quality Companion provides the first look at the Golden Age publisher whose productions included fine art, memorable characters, and sparked such lasting, modern comic influences as Uncle Sam, Phantom Lady, Plastic Man and others now appearing in DC Comics. It consists of an encyclopedia A-Z character profile of all heroes, reprints in full color several 1940s key stories from rare collector comics, and blends a chronology withy an oral history and discussion of the evolution of major Quality characters. Black and white images accompany discussions of comics teams, creators and individuals in this outstanding survey recommended for any definitive comic history holding.

EDITOR’S NOTE:

The Midwest Book Review is an organization of volunteers committed to promoting literacy, library usage, and small press publishing. We accept no funds from authors or publishers. Full permission is given to post any of these reviews on thematically appropriate websites, newsgroups, listserves, internet discussion groups, organizational newsletters, or to interested individuals. Please give the Midwest Book Review a credit line when doing so.

The Midwest Book Review publishes the monthly book review magazines “California Bookwatch”, “Internet Bookwatch”, “Children’s Bookwatch”, “MBR Bookwatch”, “Reviewer’s Bookwatch”, and “Small Press Bookwatch”. All are available for free on the Midwest Book Review website at www (dot) midwestbookreview (dot) com

Anyone wanting to submit books for review consideration can send them to:

MidwestBookReview Midwest Book Review: The Quality CompanionJames A. Cox, Editor-in-Chief
Midwest Book Review
278 Orchard Drive
Oregon, WI 53575-1129

To submit reviews of any fiction or non-fiction books, email them to Frugalmuse (at) aol (dot) com (Be sure to include the book title, author, publisher, publisher address, publisher website/phone number, 13-digit ISBN number, and list price).

James A. Cox, Editor-in-Chief
Midwest Book Review

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