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ALTER EGO #70 (Jul 2007)

cover:  Gene Colan
ALTER EGO #70
Jul 2007
$9.00
TwoMorrows Publishing (www.twomorrows.com)


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Magazine (100 pages)

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Roy Thomas
GIL KANE, BOTH BUSCEMAS, ADAMS, ROMITA, CHAYKIN, BRUNNER, PLOOG, EVERETT, WRIGHTSON, PÉREZ, ROBBINS, BARRY SMITH, STAN LEE


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    ALTER EGO #70 (Jul 2007)



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    News  Wed, 21 Mar 2007 22:03:49 CST  Ilke

    From www.twomorrows.com

    ALTER EGO #70 (Jul 2007)
    Alter Ego 70 - $9.00
    Tuesday, March 20, 2007 2:53:20 AM

    July 2007 - 100 pages

    ALTER EGO 70 spotlights ROY THOMAS at Marvel in the 1970s! It's a "you-asked-for-it" follow-up to issue #50, on Roy's stint as Marvel’s editor-in-chief and one of the company’s major writers. Plus there's art and reminiscences of both Buscemas, Gil Kane, Neal Adams, John Romita, Howard Chaykin, Frank Brunner, Mike Ploog, Bernie Wrightson, Bill Everett, George Perez, Frank Robbins, Barry Smith, Frank Thorne, Herb Trimpe, and a passel of talented writers (including a guy named Lee)! Also, there’s FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) with Marc Swayze, C.C. Beck, and others, Michael T. Gilbert and Mr. Monster, and a salute to Golden Age artist Lily Renee, Roy’s fellow guest at the 2007 San Diego Comic-Con! All behind a great Invaders cover by Gene Colan! Edited by Roy Thomas (natch)! Includes a FREE Preview of ROUGH STUFF 5, also shipping this month! Edited by Roy Thomas

    Write Now! 16 - $9.00
    Tuesday, March 20, 2007 2:53:20 AM

    July 2007 - 80 pages

    WRITE NOW 16 is a special STAR-SPANNING ISSUE features an awesome SILVER SURFER cover painting by MIKE ZECK and PHIL ZIMELMAN! In this season of FANTASTIC FOUR 2: RISE OF THE SILVER SURFER, we proudly present reflections on writing the Surfer by the character's greatest scripters of all time, including STAN LEE, STEVE ENGLEHART, JIM STARLIN, GEORGE PEREZ, and J.M. DeMATTEIS! Plus, there's an in-depth interview with TODD McFARLANE, giving his unique point of view on topics ranging from SPAWN, the status of Image Comics in 2007, what makes great comics writing, and more! Also: Incredible Nuts and Bolts script and pencil art previews of BRIAN BENDIS and FRANK CHO's MIGHTY AVENGERS! Awesome Nuts and Bolts script and pencil art previews of DAN SLOTT's new Marvel project! An interview with cyber-guru and TESTAMENT writer-creator DOUGLAS RUSHKOFF, with script and art from the acclaimed graphic novel! And the conclusion to the amazing STAR TREK comics writers' roundtable (begun in BACK ISSUE 23, also on sale this month), featuring stellar insights from PETER DAVID, MIKE W. BARR, MICHAEL JAN FRIEDMAN, and more! Edited by Danny Fingeroth. Includes a FREE Preview of Draw! #14, also shipping this month!

    All-Star Companion Volume Three - $31.00
    Tuesday, March 20, 2007 1:44:41 AM

    224 page Trade Paperback - Edited by Roy Thomas

    Comics legend Roy Thomas presents still more amazing secrets behind the 1940-51 All-Star Comics and the 1941-44 Seven Soldiers of Victory—and illustrated speculation about how other Golden Age super-teams might have been assembled! Also, an issue-by-issue survey of the JLA-JSA team-ups of 1963-85, the 1970s JSA revival, and the 1980s series The Young All-Stars and Secret Origins, with commentary by the artists and writers! Plus rare, often unseen art by Joe Kubert, Carmine Infantino, Neal Adams, Jerry Ordway, Murphy Anderson, Alex Toth, Nick Cardy, Gil Kane, Gene Colan, Michael Bair, Mike Sekowsky, Dick Dillin, Joe Staton, Paul Reinman, Bob McLeod, Tom Grindberg, Paul Smith, Ron Harris, Marshall Rogers, Wayne Boring, George Freeman, Don Heck, George Tuska, Tony DeZuniga, H.G. Peter, Don Simpson, and many others! Featuring a new JLA/JSA cover by George Pérez!

    ISBN-13: 978-1-893905-80-1
    ISBN-10: 1-893905-80-2

    TwoMorrows Catalog 2007
    News  Tue, 30 Jan 2007 04:35:28 CST  Ilke

    From www.twomorrows.com

    TwoMorrows Catalog 2007 (Jan) (Please note it is a link to a PDF file.)
    January 2007

    (excerpt)

    ALL-STAR COMPANION VOL. 3

    More amazing secrets behind the 1940-51 ALL-STAR COMICS and the 1941-44 SEVEN SOLDIERS OF VICTORY—and illustrated speculation about how other Golden Age super-teams might have been assembled! Also, an issue-by-issue survey of the JLAJSA TEAM-UPS of 1963-85, the 1970s JSA REVIVAL, and the 1980s series THE YOUNG ALL-STARS and SECRET ORIGINS, with commentary by the artists and writers! Plus rare, often unseen art by JOE KUBERT, CARMINE INFANTINO, NEAL ADAMS, JERRY ORDWAY, MURPHY ANDERSON, ALEX TOTH, NICK CARDY, GIL KANE, GENE COLAN, MICHAEL BAIR, MIKE SEKOWSKY, DICK DILLIN, JOE STATON, PAUL REINMAN, BOB McLEOD, TOM GRINDBERG, PAUL SMITH, RON HARRIS, MARSHALL ROGERS, WAYNE BORING, GEORGE FREEMAN, DON HECK, GEORGE TUSKA, TONY DeZUNIGA, H.G. PETER, DON SIMPSON, and many others! Compiled and edited by ROY THOMAS, with a new cover by GEORGE PÉREZ! (224-page trade paperback) $31 US
    ISBN: 9781893905801
    Ships October 2007


    ALTER EGO #70 (Jul 2007)
    ALTER EGO #70

    Spotlight on ROY THOMAS’ 1970s stint as Marvel’s editor-in-chief and major writer, plus art and reminiscences of GIL KANE, BOTH BUSCEMAS, ADAMS, ROMITA, CHAYKIN, BRUNNER, PLOOG, EVERETT, WRIGHTSON, PÉREZ, ROBBINS, BARRY SMITH, STAN LEE and others, FCA, MR. MONSTER, a new GENE COLAN cover, plus a FREE ROUGH STUFF #5 PREVIEW!
    (100-page magazine) $9 US
    Ships July 2007


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