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Comics Journal Library #07: Harvey Kurtzman
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The seventh volume in this distinguished series focuses entirely on one of comics' most esteemed and influential creators: artist, writer and editor Harvey Kurtzman, whose complete interviews are collected in this oversized, lavishly illustrated full-color edition.Every stage of Kurtzman's landmark career is represented, beginning with his entry into comics via superhero stories for Ace from 1943-46 (), World War II-era Army cartoons, early humor work for Timely and Toby Press (, and ), his first collaborations with John Severin and Will Elder at Prize Comics Western, and, of course, his groundbreaking period at EC as editor of and . Kurtzman's undeservedly lesser-known post- career at , and is also given its due and examined in depth.Many of the premier cartoonists of the past half-century are represented, including Robert Crumb, Jack Davis, Elder, Russ Heath, Al Jaffee, Arnold Roth, Marie Severin, and Wallace Wood. Yet what makes this volume particularly noteworthy are the obscurities unearthed from Kurtzman's solo freelance career--from and most of which haven't been seen since their original publication. All of which illustrate the most informative and compelling interviews with Kurtzman ever published.
Examining the career of the creator of MAD and Little Annie Fanny, in his own words.
About the Author
Greg Sadowski is a writer, editor and designer (B. Krigstein, Supermen!, Four Color Fear, Setting the Standard: Alex Toth; Action! Mystery! Thrills!) living in Washington State.
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