TwoMorrows Publishing announced it will make its 16th appearance at Comic-Con International: San Diego.  Located at booth #1301, look for the company to bring forth a lot of debut titles.

Debuting at Comic-Con will be the new book THE THIN BLACK LINE: PERSPECTIVES ON VINCE COLLETTA, by Robert L. Bryant Jr. Vince Colletta has long been a controversial figure in comics history, known for his ability to ink an entire comic book over a weekend when needed, but often taking some startling shortcuts to meet his deadlines. In anticipation of the book’s release, TwoMorrows is letting readers download a FREE 5mb PDF preview of the chapter on Colletta’s THOR work at this link:

Also at Comic-Con International 2010, TwoMorrows will debut:

Alter Ego #95 (the Marie Severin/humor issue of Roy Thomas’ Eisner Award nominated magazine)
Back Issue #42 (the Wild West issue, cover-featuring a retrospective on Jonah Hex)
BrickJournal Compendium 4 (compiling never-printed digital issues of TwoMorrows LEGO magazine)

Other new items TwoMorrows will have on hand include:
Age of TV Heroes (showcasing the live-action TV appearances of comic book characters)
Sal Buscema: Comics’ Fast & Furious Artist
Recent Modern Masters books on Mark Buckingham and Guy Davis

TwoMorrows also said they will be selling copies of the Will Eisner: Portrait of a Sequential Artist documentary.

via TwoMorrows Publishing


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1 Comment

  1. I just finished reading the Vince Colletta book. Very impressed by the writing, first off. Colletta’s story is pretty incredible, he passed through the world of comic book publishing leaving quite a legacy. It’s about time someone wrote a book about him.

    Unfortunately, the thing I love most about Vince, his art, isn’t very well represented here, especially the comparison pages at the end. A comprehensive view of Colletta’s artwork would reveal some stunning craftmanship.

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