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By Eric Nolen-Weathington.

Superman... Captain Marvel... the Justice Society... all classic heroes, and no one does classic better than Jerry Ordway. With his keen sense of anatomy, proportion, and detail, he draws super-heroes that are powerful, noble... and heroic. What more could you want from an artist? Well, not only is he an artist of the highest caliber, he can write a great story while he's at it. All-Star Squadron, The Adventures of Superman, The Power of Shazam!, The Avengers -- all have been critically acclaimed for his scripting. In this latest volume of the Modern Masters series, Ordwayıs life and career are spotlighted, as he discusses the work thatıs made him a fan-favorite, complete with an extensive art gallery. Also presented is a lavish color section, featuring more remarkable Ordway illustrations. One look at this volume, and you'll see that Jerry Ordway is a true Modern Master!

120 pages, $14.95, in stores on August 22.


Edited by John Morrow.

Spotlighting Kirby's warriors, such as Thor, Sgt. Fury, Challengers of the Unknown, the Losers, and others! Included is a rare Kirby interview (where Jack conveys the real-life horrors he went through on the battlefields of World War II), a new interview with Jerry Ordway, Mark Evanier's regular column, a look at hidden messages in Bill Everett's Thor inks, an interview with Seven Soldiers writer Grant Morrison on his Kirby-inspired work, Kirby pencil art galleries, a complete 1950s Kirby story, a Kirby wraparound Thor cover inked by Jerry Ordway, and more.

84 pages, $9.95, in stores on August 22.


Edited by Roy Thomas.

Spotlghting great Candian comic books, and featuring a fabulous cover by George Freeman, from a layout by Jack Kirby. Representing the milestone 1970s book by Michael Hirsh and Patrick Loubert on Canada's 1940s Golden Age 00 back in print after three decades, with rare art of such heroes as Mr. Monster, Nelvana of the Northern Lights, The Penguin, Thunderfist, The Dreamer, The Brain, Johnny Canuck, et al.! Also: Jim Amash interviews Al Schutzer, Golden Age writer of Superman, John Wayne, Hopalong Cassidy, Straight Arrow, etc. -- lavishly illustrated by Bob Powell, Fred Meagher, the Joe Shuster Studio, and others! Bonus: Brand new Invaders drawings by John Byrne, Mike Grell, Ernie Chan, Ron Lim, Chris Ivy, Benito Gallego, and others! Plus thereıs FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) with Marc Swayze, C.C. Beck, and others, Michael T. Gilbert and Mr. Monster, and more!

100 pages, $6.95, in stores on August 8.

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