TwoMorrows Publishing January 2009 Solicitations

by Jeff

The kind folks at TwoMorrows Publishing have supplied ComicList with their solicitations for comics and other products featured in the November 2008 Previews, scheduled to ship January 2009.

MODERN MASTERS VOLUME TWENTY ONE: CHRIS SPROUSE


by Todd DeZAGO and Eric NOLEN-WEATHINGTON

The artwork of Chris Sprouse is hard to categorize. It is fresh, yet familiar… modern, yet classic. Perhaps that is why titles such as Supreme and Tom Strong—both written by the legendary Alan Moore—were the perfect vehicles for his work. Regardless, one category this Eisner Award-winning artist easily falls into is that of Modern Master! Join Todd Dezago and Eric Nolen-Weathington as they explore what makes Chris Sprouse such an influential force in the comic book industry. This book presents a career-spanning interview and discussion of his creative process, plus plenty of rare and unseen art, including a large gallery of commissioned work!

The 128 page, 8 1/2″ x 11″ Trade Paperback with a fiull color cover and black and white interiors retails for $14.95 in the U.S. and ships 21 January 2009.

Previews page 315
Diamond Order Code: NOV084298

ISBN: 1-605490-13-X
ISBN-13: 978-1-506490-13-7

BACK ISSUE 32


edited by Michael EURY

NOV084369H TwoMorrows Publishing January 2009 Solicitations

BACK ISSUE 32 downloads comics’ “Tech, Data, and Hardware,” beginning with The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe, courtesy of ELIOT R. BROWN (who also relives Mighty Marvel Moments of the ’70s and ’80s). MARV WOLFMAN, LEN WEIN, and BOB GREENBERGER discuss the origins of DC’s Who’s Who, while JOE STATON and ETHAN VAN SCIVER compare notes on “Drawing Green Lantern: Then and Now.” Also: an in-depth history of ROM: Spaceknight; the story of BILL MANTLO; Dial H for Hero; a tour of the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Superhero Fashions Exhibit; Richie Rich’s Inventions; and Who’s Who entries for BOB ROZAKIS’ AA Comics heroes! With art by SAL BUSCEMA, JOHN BYRNE, ERNIE COLÓN, CARMINE INFANTINO, KEITH POLLARD, ALEX SAVIUK, unpublished Superman Who’s Who art by CURT SWAN, and others. And you techies and Spider-Man fans will love our Spider-Mobile schematic cover by ELIOT BROWN and DUSTY ABELL!

The 100 page (plus cover), saddle-stitched 8 1/2″ x 11″ magazine with a full color cover and black-and-white interiors retails for $6.95 in the U.S. and ships 21 January 2009.

Previews page 334
Diamond Order Code: NOV084369

ALTER EGO 83


edited by Roy THOMAS

NOV084368H TwoMorrows Publishing January 2009 Solicitations

ALTER EGO 83 presents Sword-and-Sorcery in the Comics—Part II! Behind a powerful barbarian cover by ARTHUR SUYDAM, A/E takes an in-depth look at the likes of Marvel’s Conan the Barbarian (and his Robert E. Howard henchmen)—DC’s Sword of Sorcery (starring Fritz Leiber’s Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser)—Dagar the Invincible—the Seaboard/Atlas barbarians (Ironjaw & Wulf)—Arak, Son of Thunder, etc.—including the never-before-seen Valda the Iron Maiden series by a youngster named TODD McFARLANE! Awesome art & artifacts by ADAMS, ALCALA, CHAYKIN, COLON, the Brothers BUSCEMA, DeZUNIGA, FLEISCHER, GLUT, HAMA, KANE, O’NEIL, SANTOS, the SEVERINS, SIMONSON, STARLIN, the THOMASES, WINDSOR-SMITH, et al.—plus JOE EDWARDS (Part 2), FCA, Mr. Monster’s Comic Crypt, Comic Fandom Archive, and more!

The 100 page (plus cover), saddle-stitched 8 1/2″ x 11″ magazine with a full color cover and black-and-white interiors retails for $6.95 in the U.S. and ships 14 January 2009.

Previews page 334
Diamond Order Code: NOV084368

ROUGH STUFF 11


edited by Bob McLEOD

NOV084404H TwoMorrows Publishing January 2009 Solicitations

ROUGH STUFF 11 presents more interviews, articles, never-before-seen penciled pages, sketches, layouts, roughs, and unused inked pages from the top artists in comics—plus critiques of newcomers’ work, and more! This issue features a new cover by Greg Horn, plus interviews with Horn and Tom Yeates on how they produce their stellar work. There’s also features on Gene Ha, Jimmy Cheung, and Mike Perkins, complete with numerous examples of their sketchwork and commentary explaining how they work. Plus: “Convention-al Wisdom”, a new article offering tips on collecting sketches and commissions from artists, by Rich Cirillo, a “Rough Critique” of a newcomer’s work, and more!

The 100 page (plus cover), saddle-stitched 8 1/2″ x 11″ magazine with a full color cover and black-and-white interiors retails for $6.95 in the U.S. and ships 28 January 2009.

Previews page 334
Diamond Order Code: NOV084404

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