76-page special issue!
COMIC BOOK ARTIST SPECIAL EDITION is an ALL-NEW comic book-size extravaganza—with a new full-color BRUCE TIMM cover—focusing on the great DC Comics of the ’70s! It features new interviews and plenty of unpublished art, plus: Interviews with Mark Evanier and Steve Sherman on JACK KIRBY’s Fourth World! ALEX TOTH on his mystery work! NEAL ADAMS on his Superman vs. Muhammad Ali! RUSS HEATH on his Sgt. Rock work! Writer BRUCE JONES discussing BERNIE WRIGHTSON (plus a WRIGHTSON PORTFOLIO)! And a special BRUCE TIMM interview and art gallery! This SPECIAL ISSUE was previously available only to subscribers of COMIC BOOK ARTIST, but we're finally releasing it as a Digital Edition!
Preview these articles:
Mark Evanier: The Unknown Kirby
Our interview with Mark Evanier gives us the skinny on the King's unrealized '70s DC work!
Steve Sherman: Jack Kirby's Superworld
Kirby's '70s assistant reveals more of Jack's hitherto unknown "could-of-beens"!
Neal Adams' Superman vs. Muhammad Ali
Arlen Schumer goes a few rounds with Neal Adams about perhaps the eminent artist's finest work for DC, lavishly illustrated with unseen work by the master!
Russ Heath of Easy Company
War artist extraordinaire talks about Haunted Tanks, Sea Devils, Pterodactyl Guy, Cowgirls at War, Sgt. Rock and more of his superb DC Comics material.
Bernie Wrightson: an astounding portfolio of Bernie's '70s work.
Bruce Timm: Young God of Supertown
Our most excellent cover artist gives us the lowdown on the animated Fourth World, Kirby's babes, his sparse comics work, and what Jack means to him.