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by Daniel Herman

Author: Daniel Herman
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: Hermes Press (March 9, 2005)
Pages: 224 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.4
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Herman sets the stage with chapters on early newspaper strips and comic books, then focuses on the second generation of comic-book . For a book purporting to be about Silver Age art, this volume is fatally incomplete.

Herman sets the stage with chapters on early newspaper strips and comic books, then focuses on the second generation of comic-book creators, who worked during what fans call the "Silver Age"-roughly, the 1950s and 1960s-when the strips, particularly the artwork, achieved greater sophistication than is seen in the crude, World War II-era comics. Herman covers western and war comics, the acclaimed EC line, and the superhero revival of the 1960s. This is essentially a vanity press publication, the author, Daniel Herman, being a comics fan publishing under his own "Hermes Press" imprint.

This book takes an inside look at the artists who created the Silver Age of comics.

This book takes an inside look at the artists who created the Silver Age. This book takes an inside look at the artists who created the Silver Age of comics. Based on dozens of interviews, this book carefully shows the development of the art of comic book storytelling from its roots in comic strips and the first generation of comic book artists in the Golden Age. Hundreds of pieces of original artwork illustrate the lengthy text.

Silver Age of Comic Books was a period of artistic advancement and widespread commercial success in mainstream American comic books, predominantly those featuring the superhero archetype

Silver Age of Comic Books was a period of artistic advancement and widespread commercial success in mainstream American comic books, predominantly those featuring the superhero archetype. Following the Golden Age of Comic Books and an interregnum in the early to mid-1950s, the Silver Age is considered to cover the period from 1956 to circa 1970, and was succeeded by the Bronze and Modern Ages.

Daniel Herman (born March 2, 1957) is an American attorney and the founder of Hermes Press, a comic book publication company . Silver Age: The Second Generation of Comic Book Artists (2005, ISBN 978-1932563641). Behind the Silver Screen (2009, ISBN 978-1932563160).

Daniel Herman (born March 2, 1957) is an American attorney and the founder of Hermes Press, a comic book publication company based in New Castle, Pennsylvania. YouTube Encyclopedic. "Geer and Herman, .

by Daniel Herman This book takes an inside look at the artists who created the Silver Age of comics. Much of the artwork is reproduced from original pen-and-ink drawings rather than the cheaply published comics themselves, and Herman's knowledgeable text provides perceptive insights into the artists' work.

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SUPER SANTA'S SILVER AGE: the BEST present for your comic book-loving friends and family (and . Humbled, honored and thankful to Rob Salkowitz for including my book, The Silver Age of Comic Book Art, in his annual Holiday Gifts guide for the second year in a row!

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A brief history of comics. But in recent years, German comic artists - like Reinhard Kleist - have established themselves internationally. And the next generation of illustrators is already in the limelight.

A brief history of comics. Unlike in the major comic hubs, like France and the US, German readers were not as open to the genre. In 1933, at the age of 14, Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster created Superman and dubbed him the Hebrew word "Kal-El," which roughly translates as "voice of Go. It took them five years to find a publisher.

Daniel Herman is an American attorney and the founder of Hermes Press, a comic book publication company based in New Castle, Pennsylvania. Herman is the current president of Hermes Press, a comics publishing company he founded in 2001. In addition to running Hermes as its publisher, Herman does graphic design work along with the employed graphic designers at the company. He also is the person primarily in charge of finding the source material used in Hermes Press reprints such as The Phantom.

This book takes an inside look at the artists who created the Silver Age of comics. Based on dozens of interviews, this book carefully shows the development of the art of comic book storytelling from its roots in comic strips and the first generation of comic book artists in the Golden Age. Hundreds of pieces of original artwork illustrate the lengthy text.