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FRANK McLAUGHLIN & MIKE GOLD
How to Draw Those
BODACIOUS BAD
BABES of COMICS
by Frank McLaughlin & Mike Gold
Paperback: 144 pages
Renaissance Books
ISBN: 1580630685
$19.95
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How to Draw Those Bodacious Babes focuses on drawing the female form as well as providing an excellent introduction to figure drawing of all sorts. Frank McLaughlin and Mark Gold, luminaries in the world of comics, use techniques that anybody can learn about the difference between drawing the good girl and drawing that bodacious bad babes of your dreams.
About the Author
Frank McLaughlin is a thirty-seven-year veteran of the comic book industry. His illustrations of Wonder Woman, Brenda Starr, and Fatale have proven him to be one of America's leading illustrators of females. He has also drawn such characters as Superman, Batman, the Flash, Green Arrow, the Justice League of America, and many more. He resides in Connecticut.

Mike Gold was cofounder and program director of the Chicago Comicon convention, director of public relations for DC Comics, editorial director and publisher of Classics Illustrated, and a trendsetter in the use of computers for comics. He also resides in Connecticut.

ALAN MOORE
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ALAN MOORE'S SONGBOOK
by Alan Moore
Paperback: 64 pages
Caliber Comics
ISBN: 0941613658
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From the most acclaimed writer in comics who revitalized and redefined characters such as Batman and Superman is this insightful and jagged look at the world via his song lyrics. Alan Moore was the man responsible for catapulting the comics industry into thoughtful and provoking stories and this collection of his lyrics features art contributions from some of the biggest names in the industry.
Each song is fully illustrated by one of the top illustrators in this graphic novel. Joining Alan are Art Adams, Richard Case, Terry Moore, Dave Gibbons, Colleen Doran, Neil Gaiman and many more.



About the Author
Alan Moore revolutionized comics with his work on such acclaimed titles as Watchmen, Dark Knight, Miracleman, and V for Vendetta. He has set a lofty goal for other writers to aspire to and with his efforts, he moved comics from a medium of superheroics to insightful and thought provoking literature.
AMY KISTE NYBERG
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SEAL OF APPROVAL:
The History
of the Comics Code
by Amy Kiste Nyberg
Paperback: 208 pages
University Press of Mississippi
ISBN: 087805975X
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"This is one brilliant book. She has taken a subject of much heated debate and passion among collectors and boiled it down to it's essence." You may not agree with everything she claims but it is thought-provoking nonetheless. If you collect comics and you want to gain a deeper understanding of how the hobby has been shaped by forces outside the industry, then buy this book.
This insightful and well-researched work carefully places the Comics Code Authority within the context of American culture. Rather than taking the traditional view, that the code came a a result of the repressive attitudes of the 1950s and was the downfall of the industry, Amy Kiste Nyberg convincingly shows the Code to be a pioneering effort in industry self-regulation in response to public pressure--a logical forerunner of motion picture ratings, recoard warning labels, TV advisories, and the V-chip.
Parental and community outcry against comic books in the 1940s and 1950s virtually mirrors the "protect our kids from the Internet" efforts of 1998. The unexamined role of economic factors such as industry distribution patterns on the Code is examined here for the first time. The Comics Code is shown to have made fundamental changes in how the comics industry has operated over time, and in SEAL OF APPROVAL, Amy Kiste Nyberg demonstrates that it is still very relevant today.
(Studies in Popular Culture Series)
MITCH O'CONNELL
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PWEASE WUV ME!
MORE "ART"
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by Mitch O'Connell
Paperback: 79 pages
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Good Taste Products
ISBN: 0963976214
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