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by Richard A. Lupoff
The Great American Paperback book. A little book appeared in drugstores and on newsstands that would fit into the jacket pocket of an ordinary person.
The Great American Paperback book. There was no real binding, no dust jacket, just a colorful, laminated cover. It was an experiment, and the pocket book was born. From the glittering images of square-jawed cowboys to the gritty s Few realized in 1938 that a revolution was about to take place.
The Great American Paperback : An Illustrated Tribute to Legends of the Book. by Richard A. Lupoff. It's an overwhelmingly great book about a fascinating era of American publishing. Lupoff covers artists and writers well-known and unknown. There's a surprise on every page and visual treasure upon treasure. We've been waiting for this book from writer and fan Dick Lupoff since we first heard of it. The main complaint we have is "it's not big enough" but then, readers would need a forklift to look at i. his is a major undertaking; the Collectors Press folks have once again done a fine job here. The colors and layout work very well.
The Great American Paperback illustrates in glorious full color more than 600 of the most interesting and .
The Great American Paperback illustrates in glorious full color more than 600 of the most interesting and collectable paperbacks, each with an informative caption that provides as much fascinating anecdotal information as the text, which is a masterly and scholarly history of the American paperback, tracing its roots to the early 19th century and concluding with a look at the future
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During the peak period of comic book Good Girl Art, the 1940s to the 1950s, leading artists of the movement included Bill Ward (for . Lupoff, Richard A. (2001). The Great American Paperback: An Illustrated Tribute to Legends of the Book (1st American e.
During the peak period of comic book Good Girl Art, the 1940s to the 1950s, leading artists of the movement included Bill Ward (for his Torchy) and Matt Baker, who was one of the few African Americans working as an artist during the Golden Age of Comics. Today, Baker's rendition of Phantom Lady is considered a collectors item, and much of his GGA is sought after. During this period, GGA also found its way into newspaper comic strips. Portland, Oregon: Collectors Press.
Richard A. Lupoff defined good girl art as: A cover illustration depicting an attractive young woman, usually in. The Great American Paperback: An Illustrated Tribute to Legends of the Book (1st. American e. Portland, O. Collectors Pr. Lupoff defined good girl art as: A cover illustration depicting an attractive young woman, usually in skimpy or form-fitting clothing, and designed for erotic stimulation YouTube Encyclopedic.
James B. Johnson’s The Last American is fighting to preserve the memory of the old . Twelve great reads by a dozen great writers!
James B. Don Webb, in his fascinating tale, The Five Biographies of General Gerrhan, demonstrates how easy it is for the professional writer to (mis)interpret, deliberately or otherwise, the story of a space hero. Twelve great reads by a dozen great writers! Sci-fi & Fantasy.
The Great American Paperback: An Illustrated Tribute to Legends of the Book, by Richard A. Lupoff, (br) Locus Jan 2002. Horror of the 20th Century: An Illustrated History, by Robert E. Weinberg, (br) Locus Dec 2000. The Green Man: Tales from the Mythic Forest, by Ellen Datlow & Terri Windling, (br) Locus Sep 2002. Greetings From Earth: The Art of Bob Eggleton, by Nigel Suckling, (br) Locus Jun 2000. The Horse and The Iron Ball, by Jerry Allan & Georgiana Allan, (br) Locus Dec 2000.
Lupoff, Richard A. The Great American Paperback: An Illustrated Tribute to Legends of the Book. Illustrated book-length study on origins of cheesecake art to the present. Collectors Press, 2001. 2010Hogan's Alley"Not Seen but Not Forgotten: The Invisible Scarlet O’Neil," References. Interview with artist Richard Bassford on Wally Wood and Good Girl Art. CFA-APA 40 (Spring, 1996), publication of the Comic & Fantasy Art Amateur Press Association. Cheesecake and the Art of the Pin-UpJim Burrows: Jim Burrows: "Strong Women in Comics.
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