COMIC-CON INTERNATIONAL: SAN DIEGO 1999 PROGRAM BOOK (1999)

cover: Jim Steranko
COMIC-CON INTERNATIONAL: SAN DIEGO 1999 PROGRAM BOOK
1999
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COMIC-CON INTERNATIONAL: SAN DIEGO 1999 program book

This thick, squarebound program from the 1999 San Diego con contains:
profiles and photos (or caricatures) of guests Forrest J. Ackerman, Sergio Aragones, Paul Dini, Will Eisner, Neil Gaiman, Matt Groening, Mark Mothersbaugh, Art Spiegelman, Jim Starlin, Jim Steranko, Dave Stevens, Bruce Timm, Barry Windsor-Smith and many others
a section devoted to the 10th anniversary of Neil Gaiman's Sandman -- an article plus 12 pages of Sandman-themed artwork
a section devoted to Batman's 60th anniversary -- an article by Les Daniels plus 30 pages of Batman-themed artwork by Jim Steranko, Barb Rausch, Neil Vokes, Bill Maus, Jeff Bonivert, Angel Medina and others
a section devoted to Pogo's 50th anniversary -- an article by R.C. Harvey plus 7 pages of Pogo-themed artwork by Marc Nadel, Dave Garcia, Joshua Quagmire, Chris Smigliano, R.C. Harvey and others
a section on Flaming Carrot's 20th anniversary -- an article by Bob Burden and a jam page with Burden, Gilbert Hernandez, William Stout, Larry Welz, Adam Hughes, Bill Sienkiewicz, Jim Woodring, Denis Kitchen, Dave Stevens, Joseph Michael Linsner (Dawn), Larry Marder (a Beanworld character), Julius Schwartz, Scott Shaw!, Moebius, Art Adams, George Perez and others
a huge section on the history of the San Diego Comic-Con that includes highlights and program covers for every show from 1970 to 1998. Also included in this section are con photos of Jack Kirby, Ray Bradbury, Mel Blanc, Bob Clampett, Joe Shuster, Carl Barks, C.C. Beck, Sergio Aragones, George Clayton Johnson, Clay Geerdes, Harvey Kurtzman, Elfquest masqueraders, Bill Woggon, Chuck Jones, Hank Ketcham, Trina Robbins, Douglas Adams, Jim Valentino, Gary Groth, Alan Moore, the Hernandez Bros., Matt Groening, Harvey Pekar, Kevin Eastman, George R.R. Martin, Forry Ackerman, Stan Sakai, Grant Morrison, Archie Goodwin, Harlan Ellison, Clive Barker, Larry Marder, Dave Sim, Rumiko Takahashi, Frank Frazetta, Rob Liefeld, Ramon Fradon, Chris Ware, Paul Pope, Ken Krueger and many others
The Comic-Con 30th anniversary section also includes pages of tribute artwork/comics by Stan Sakai (Usagi Yojimbo), Sergio Aragonés (whose page depicts Usagi, Flaming Carrot, Alfred E. Neuman, one of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Galactus, Groo, Rufferto, Too Much Coffee Man, Hellboy, one of Larry Marder's Beanworld characters and himself, among others), Rick Geary, Scott Shaw! (whose comic includes Sergio/Groo, Dr. Raoul Duke, Stan Sakai, Captain Carrot and others), Shelly Moldoff, Paul Power, Irwin Hasen, William Clausen (Real Deal), Moebius and others.
Specs: 8½ × 11", 160 pages. Published by Comic-Con International, 1999.
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    COMIC-CON INTERNATIONAL: SAN DIEGO 1999 PROGRAM BOOK (1999)

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    COMIC-CON INTERNATIONAL: SAN DIEGO 1999 PROGRAM BOOK (1999)

    COMIC-CON INTERNATIONAL: SAN DIEGO 1999 program book

    This thick, squarebound program from the 1999 San Diego con contains:

    a section on Flaming Carrot's 20th anniversary -- an article by Bob Burden and a jam page with Burden, Gilbert Hernandez, William Stout, Larry Welz, Adam Hughes, Bill Sienkiewicz, Jim Woodring, Denis Kitchen, Dave Stevens, Joseph Michael Linsner (Dawn), Larry Marder (a Beanworld character), Julius Schwartz, Scott Shaw!, Moebius, Art Adams, George Perez and others



    Specs: 8½ × 11", 160 pages. Published by Comic-Con International, 1999.

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