Al Williamson: Strange World Adventures

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$39.95  $36.75
Publisher
Flesk Publications
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Pages
128
Dimensions
9.61 X 12.91 X 0.79 inches | 0.02 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781640410398

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About the Author

John Fleskes is the president and publisher of Flesk Publications. He has published dozens of books featuring some of the top contemporary and most revered artists in the field. Fleskes has contributed to numerous books as writer, editor and designer.
William Stout is one of America's foremost fantasy and film artists, dinosaur muralists and illustrators. Stout's dinosaur illustrations have appeared in The Little Blue Brontosaurus, which formed the basis of the enormously popular The Land Before Time animated series. Stout has contributed to over thirty films including Raiders of the Lost Ark, Jurassic Park, and Walt Disney's Dinosaur. He was a designer for Guillermo del Toro's Pan's Labyrinth. His previous books include, The New Dinosaurs, Prehistoric Life Murals and Dinosaur Discoveries. His pictures were an acknowledged inspiration for Michael Crichton's Jurassic Park. Stout has been awarded the Gold and Silver Medals from the Society of Illustrators.
After a thirty year career in comics, Rick Veitch shows no sign of letting up. Vertigo recently released CAN'T GET NO, his groundbreaking literary graphic novel that Publishers Weekly declared one of the "Best Books Of 2006". He collaborated with Tommy Lee Edwards on THE QUESTION for DC Comics and DAREDEVIL for Marvel Comics. His rick-for-web.pngimprint, KING HELL PRESS published new editions of THE ONE, BRAT PACK, THE MAXIMORTAL, ABRAXAS AND THE EARTHMAN and SHINY BEASTS. Rick is also the co-founder, with Steve Conley, of Comicon.com. And he's been producing science and nature comics for WNET in New York. Right now he's knee deep in his new series from Vertigo, a subversive and satirical look at the Iraq war set five years in the future, [email protected]
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