Friday, September 19, 2003
SQP FOR JANUARY
Following are SQP's solicitations for January, with information coming from the company.
Certainly one of the most prolific and hardest-working illustrators in fantasy art today, Monte M. Moore has cultivated a fan following. His love of the female form and fascination with myths, mermaids, and motorcycles has created quite an eclectic mix of subject matter. A long-time cover painter for magazines and paperbacks, Monte has amassed an impressive collection of full color works, and this is the first time all that eye candy has been assembled into a gallery of his very best. Meticulously reproduced on fine quality coated stock, this is an exquisite showcase for Moore.
48 pages, $14.95.
James Ryman's first collection of stunningly delightful demons and terrifyingly gorgeous women was so well received, SQP decided to do it again. This second volume contains all-new material that delves deeply into the mind of this most talented and disturbed individual. James' ability to create all new levels of hideous beastie and sultry beauty puts him on the fast track to fantasy art supremacy. Fables, myths, legends, nightmares - it's all open for Ryman's bizarre and amazing interpretations.
64 pages, black and white, $9.95.
Conan #1 Cover by Barry Smith.
Over 30 years ago, the epic saga of Conan's comic career started with this image. An iconic illustration familiar to any "true believer," this not only kick-started the Cimmerian's rise to popularity, but also gave a showcase to the talents of Barry Windsor-Smith. The two have become intertwined in the annals of comic book history, and damn if it doesn't make a hell of a cool piece of wearable art. A full color metal pin, measuring 1.25 x 2 inches, and limited to just 2,500 pieces.
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