Press Release Finally, the ultimate book about legendary artist Frank Frazetta, Art and Remembrances, is here! Now the definitive work about the twentieth century’s greatest fantasy artist has been crafted by his son, Frank Frazetta, Jr.
Press Release Frank Frazetta has been called “The Grand Master of Fantasy Art,” but did you know he did a glorious omnibus’ worth of funny sexy and funny cute stories in the Golden Age of comic books?! That’s right, hillbilly babes to hoppy bunnies were drawn with the Frazetta magic. And Eisner-winning editor Craig Yoe captures that magic in the new FRAZETTA—FUNNY STUFF large format, full-color, 256-page hardcover collection from Yoe Books. FRAZETTA—FUNNY STUFF debuts at the MoCCA Fest in New York City this weekend and will be in comic book shops this week.
During the Robert Rodriguez panel held Thursday at the San Diego Comic Con, the director/actor/editor/special effects guru/entire crew announced he is making a live action feature based on Frank Frazetta’s Fire and Ice.
Bleeding Cool reports that this awesome Frank Frazetta Conan painting sold for $1.5 million at the San Diego Comic Con in a private sale with the Frazetta Management Corporation. It is a defining Conan image, and worthy of an Art Appreciation Moment of the Day entry, but even if the currency exchange rate of Luthor Dollars to the U.S. dollar made me a multi-billionaire, I’m not sure this would be high on my list of Need to Buys. Now if they tossed in a couple Nagels and a Vargas or two…* via Bleeding Cool *Yes, those of you who were
Image Comics sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Chew #7, Dark Kingdom #3, Dead @17: Afterbirth trade paperback, Invincible #69, and The Fantastic Worlds of Frazetta Volume 2 hardcover, all of which arrive in stores on December 23, 2009.
Press Release THE FRANK FRAZETTA’S FANTASTIC WORLDS returns this holiday season with an all-new hardcover collection containing the second series of highly praised Frank Frazetta inspired and approved one-shots finally under one cover! Due to the extremely limited availability of copies before the new year, fans eager to purchase the volume are highly encouraged to put in their order into their local comic book store now now.
Readers of fantasy novels know Frank Frazetta’s work even at a mere glance, so it should come as no surprise that he’s featured in the Art Appreciation Moment of the Day with this piece of Bran Mak Morn.
Image Comics made a couple of announcements over the last couple of days, so once again, here’s your rapid-fire roundup of news from the company.Â For fans, take the jump to see what’s ahead for Invincible, especially with the announcement that Atom Eve isn’t dead, but is very naked.
You may have heard the rumblings that Frank Frazetta is tied up in a lawsuit with a company using his name and artwork for their own means.Â It’s not a rumor as the following press release reveals. Press Release World-renowned fantasy artist Frank Frazetta filed a complaint today with the Supreme Court of the State of New York, County of New York, against publisher J. David Spurlock and Vanguard Productions. The complaint alleges that in publishing the book FRAZETTA DEFINITIVE REFERENCE, featuring Frazettaâ€™s artwork and prominently displaying his unique signature, Spurlock and Vanguard used the artistâ€™s name for advertizing and
Last week at the Emerald City Comic Con, the organizers and Frazetta Comics put together an auction to benefit Josh Medors’ fight with cancer. The best part about the entire event is it raised over $10,000 for Josh’s medical bills. â€œThe response of the comics community and fans alike has been amazing,â€ Medors said. “The money raised not only helps out with medical expenses, but it also takes a great weight off my shoulders and helps me focus on what positives I can. I could never thank everyone enough for what they have done for me.â€ What started off with
Even with the big con going on in New York City, Image Comics still had time to send Major Spoilers a sneak peek of titles arriving in stores next week. Take the jump for Mice Templar #4, Frank Frazetta’s Death Dealer, and the Dynamo 5 Annual.