Al Williamson Sketchbook SC (1998) comic books
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1st printing. Compiled and Edited by J. David Spurlock. Introduction by Walt Reed. Krenkel knew the classics first and Frazetta was already established. But Al Williamson was the central figure bringing these and others together, ushering in a renaissance in the comic-art evocative of "the golden age of illustration." Though many used comics as a step-stone to broader careers, Williamson opted to stay, delineating grace and drama with dignity for generations who thrilled to his work on Weird Science, Flash Gordon, and Star Wars. Williamson's work helped inspire George Lucas' original; Star Wars vision and Williamson was Lucas' first choice to adapt the saga to comics. This book, fifty years in the making, reveals Williamson's passionate, heroic art like no other. Softcover, 96 pages, B&W. Cover price $12.95.