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How to Draw Comics the "Marvel" Way | Paperback

Released on 01 September 1986

Author: Stan Lee | Format: Paperback

5.0 out of 5 (2 customer reviews) | Write a review

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Stan Lee, the founding father of Marvel Comics, and John Buscema, artist of the classic Silver Surfer series, give professional advice and instruction for budding comics artists. Learn how to draw the Marvel way, courtesy of this lavishly illustrated, step-by-step guide to all facets of the process.

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| | See all Booth87's reviews (1)

I have Bought this for my girlfriend for Christmas as she likes comics and likes to draw. Looking at the picture on play.com it looks thinner (like a comic) but wen recieved i was pleasantly suprised that it was actually a thick book. Sneakily i had a go at drawing one of the images and i am the worlds worse drawer, but it didn't look half bad. Hopefully she will like it


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I have had this book for 3 days now and havent put it down! it's very challenging and alot more technical than i had imagined, which makes it more addictive for me. im sticking to it and pushing on and hopefullt soon will be able to do some cool stuff!

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AuthorStan Lee & John Buscema
PublisherTitan Books Ltd (GB)
FormatPaperback - 160 Pages
Illustrationsb&w illustrations
IllustratorStan Lee ; John Buscema