Monday, October 20, 2003
SQP FOR FEBRUARY
By John Wagner, Alan Grant, Pat Mills, Ian Gibson, Mike McMahon, Cliff Robinson and Ron Smith; cover by Steve Fastner.
Some people are born to become Judges. Others are drawn to it for reasons of their own. But the best kind of Judge is cloned at the peak of purity, when his or her genetic make-up kit is in perfect working order! Such a Judge is the fabled (and foul-tempered) Joe Dredd! Stories of his, and other Judges perhaps not as good at their jobs is featured in this full color collection.
64 pages, $7.95.
Art by Brian Bolland.
This 1-inch full color cloisonne pin features the no-nonsense visage of the Judge, as done by Brian Bolland.
Few icons can strike utter fear and loss of bowel control in criminal-types like Judge Dredd. The pin is more than one inch wide, and half inch tall, in tones of yellow, blue, and gold.
THE ART OF JON HUL
By John Hul.
A man of many talents, Jon Hul always had a love for illustration, but an overriding passion for music. In the race to see which discipline would finally pay the bills, art won over the drums, and rock's loss was the pin-up's gain. Hul has fused his eye for color, detail, and composition with an appealing photo-realistic style. Gallery shows bring in the serious collectors, and Jon's reputation for works of sheer beauty keep the artist hard at his craft. This is the first collection of his paintings.
104 pages in full color. $24.95.
TEACH ME TOO!
By Enrique Villagran.
Villagran goes back in history for more torrid tales of cowboys, indians, and really horny school marms and settlers.
72 pages, black and white, $12.95.
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