Life and Art of Murphy Anderson SC (2003 TwoMorrows) comic books
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1st printing. The Life and Art of Murphy Anderson is a lavishly illustrated autobiographical memoir of the man whose style defined the DC look for a generation of fans! For the first time, comics historian R.C. Harvey has compiled an exhaustive look at the varied career of this cartooning legend, best known for his ground-breaking work at DC Comics in the 1960s on such characters as Superman, Hawkman, Adam Strange, the Atomic Knights, and others! Murphy's recollections are peppered with comments and insights about the state of the art and behind-the-scenes stories and anecdotes about other artists he encountered, and illustrated with a generous sampling of work from every phase of his career, particularly at Fiction House, Ziff-Davis, and DC Comics, all direct from his personal archives. It's the ultimate look at the career of one of comics' top talents! Softcover, 8-in. x 11-in., 160 pages, PC/PB&W. Cover price $17.95.