Everett Raymond Kinstler's portraits of Ronald Reagan, John Wayne, Jimmy Cagney, and Katharine Hepburn may be familiar to art lovers, but few realize that he honed his craft as a high school dropout, inking and drawing comics like Jesse James and Zorro and illustrating pulps like Doc Savage. This book is the first to examine the popular culture phase of Kinstler's career, and it includes an extended biography liberally spiced with anecdotes, reminiscences, and commentary by the artist. More than 300 illustrations - many reproduced from originals in Kinstler's archives - portray his lively early work, including double-page pulp spreads, paperback novel covers, and comic books.Über den Autor:
Comic book historian Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr. lives in Palo Alto, CA. Everett Raymond Kinstler lives in Easton, CT. Robert Brustein lives in Cambridge, MA.--
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Buchbeschreibung Nevada City : Underwood, 2005. Paperback. ix, 227 pp. : ill. (some col.), ports. (some col.) ; 28 cm. - Illustrator of comic books, pulp fiction & paperback covers. Condition : as new. ISBN 9781887424936[KEYWORDS: *. Artikel-Nr. 219219