Marvel Visionaries Jim Sterankoby Stan Lee
Steranko mixed elements of '60s pop culture and '30s pulp-styling to redefine the comic
Fans of Jim Steranko, perhaps the most innovative artist to emerge at Marvel during the late 1960s, won't want to miss this collection of his masterful work on Captain American, The X-Men, and a rarely seen horror and a romance story - along with a galley of his best covers.
Steranko mixed elements of '60s pop culture and '30s pulp-styling to redefine the comic book medium and his work is as revolutionary now as it was 30 years old.
This collection consist of X-Men #50 and #51; Captain America #110, #111, and #113; a selection from Tower of Shadows #1 and, his final interior art for Marvel, Our Love Story #5; and more!
Cover Galley Includes:
Creatures on the Loose #21 & 22
Fantastic Four #130 & 131
Incredible Hulk, Special #1
Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. #1 (Reprint)
Nick Fury and his Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. #1 & 2 (Reprint)
Supernatural Thrillers #1 & 2
Tex Dawson, Gun Slinger #1
Western Gunfighters #14
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