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Everett Raymond Kinstler: The Artist's Journey Through Popular Culture 1942-1962 HC

Special Price. Published at 44.95. Kinstler's work hangs in museums, movie stars' homes, private collections, and The White House. Before portraiture became his life's work, painting presidents and film stars, he spent the 1940s and 1950s honing his craft in comic books: Hawkman for DC's The Flash, Black Hood, and Black Terror. Plus a plethora of covers, inside cover contents pages, and stories for those delightfully lurid pre-code Avon comics: Eerie, Cowpuncher, Jesse James, Strange Worlds, etc. And illustrating for pulp magazines like The Shadow, Doc Savage and Detective Tales! Full biography, anecdotes about working with film stars, comic artists and famous illustrators.

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Everett Raymond Kinstler: The Artist's Journey Through Popular Culture 1942-1962 HC