Thursday, October 10, 2002



THE PHILIPPINE COMIC ARTISTS PORTFOLIO
http://www.budplant.com/prod.itml?icObjectId=10559

Comics have flourished over the years in large part due to the variety of styles and interpretations put forth by an international cast of artists. The Philippines became a recruiting ground for the larger publishing houses when DC Comics discovered the amazing work being done there by men like Nestor Redondo and Alex NiƱo.

This shows the work of ten men, who from the 1950s through the end of the century have found work for DC, Marvel and Warren, as well as Disney and various production companies as storyboard and inspirational artists. The works presented here range from comic covers to stand-alone art pieces, depicting barbarians, monsters, fantasy women and men and Tarzan. Includes works by Nestor Malgapo, Steve Gan, Gerry Talaoc, Nestor Infante, Arturo Geroche and Dante Berreno, Jr. The back cover contains biographical information on each artist. Printed on heavy stock. Most of this appeared only in the Philipines and is collected here for the first time. Excellent, top-notch artwork beautifully reproduced in large size. Great price, too!

$17.95, 18 plates, 12x15, b&w.

ORDER IT AT:
http://www.budplant.com/prod.itml?icObjectId=10559


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