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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2007

TWOMORROWS PUBLISHING FOR JUNE

JOHN ROMITA... AND ALL THAT JAZZ

By Roy Thomas and Jim Amash.

In this new book, "Jazzy" John Romita -- the artist who made Amazing Spider-Man Marvel's #1-selling comic book in the 1960s -- talks about his life, his art, and his contemporaries! Authored by former Marvel Comics editor-in-chief and top writer Roy Thomas, and noted historian Jim Amash, it features the most definitive interview Romita's ever given, about working with such comics legends as Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, following Spider-Man co-creator Steve Ditko as artist on the strip, and more! Plus, Roy Thomas shares memories of working with Romita in the 1960s-70s, and Jim Amash examines the awesome artistry of Ring-a-Ding Romita! Lavishly illustrated with Romita art -- original classic art, and unseen masterpieces -- as well as illos by some of Marvel's and DC's finest, this is at once a career overview of a comics master, and a firsthand history of the industry by one of its leading artists!

192 pages, black and white, $24.95, in stores on June 20 (hardcover, including 16-page color section, $44.95)

MODERN MASTERS VOLUME TWELVE: MICHAEL GOLDEN

By Eric Nolen-Weathington.

Simply put, Michael Golden is one of the most respected and influential artists working in the comic book industry today. From Bucky O'Hare and Dr. Strange to his groundbreaking work for The 'Nam, he has shown the ability to adapt his unique style to any genre, with amazing results. Penciler, inker, colorist, writer -- Michael Golden is the complete artist, and during his career has served as Art Director for Marvel Comics and Editor for DC Comics. Now, this first-ever look at the artist's life and career presents a cornucopia of rare and unseen art from Golden's files, as well as a career-spanning interview, and a deluxe color gallery of some of his finest work. It's the essential look at a true modern master -- Michael Golden.

120 pages, black and white, $14.95, in stores on June 27.

ALTER EGO 69

Edited by Roy Thomas.

Spotlights Fradon, Norris and Aquaman! Paul Norris drew the sea king first, in 1941 -- and Ramona Fradon was the herošs ultimate Golden Age artist. But both drew other things as well, from Brick Bradford to Brenda Starr to Sandman to Metamorpho to Fantastic Four! Both artists are interviewed in this landmark (seamark?) issue -- along with a pocket history of Aquaman! Plus therešs FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) with Marc Swayze, C.C. Beck, and others, Michael T. Gilberg and Mr. Monster, and a great Aquaman cover painted by John Watson, from am illustration by Ramona Fradon, and more!

100 pages, $6.95, in stores on June 13.




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