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Blake Bell lives in Toronto with his family, and is the pre-eminent scholar on Steve Ditko, the co-creator and original artist of The Amazing Spider-Man. Bell has written two introductions to Ditko reprint volumes from DC and Marvel Comics, and two essays featured in Marvel’s Omnibus line of books on Ditko’s pre-superhero work. His website — Ditko Looked Up — has been the main source of Ditko research since April 1998. Bell was also employed by Ditko to run his official website back in the summer of 2001.
Bill Everett Over 400 pages of never-before-reprinted, beautifully restored, full-color stories by one of comics’ greatest visionaries and most accomplished artists. Two hardcover volumes together at a discounted price! Product Details...
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Bill Everett This book collects over 200 pages of never-before-reprinted, beautifully restored, full-color pre-WWII superhero stories by a founding father of the genre, one of comics’ greatest visionaries and most accomplished artists. Product Details...
Blake Bell From the superhero and horror genre, to romance, crime, and suspense, Bill Everett was a master of the medium — all on display in this biography and art book that ensures Everett’s place at the table of premier comic book virtuosos. Product Details...
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Fire & Water: Bill Everett, the Sub-Mariner and the Birth of Marvel Comics + From Shadow to Light: The Life & Art of Mort Meskin
Blake Bell/Steven Brower Two 2010 monograph/art books focusing on two of the greatest comics artists of the Golden and Silver ages: Bill Everett, creator of the Sub-Mariner for Marvel Comics, and the influential and unjustly neglected Mort Meskin. Product Details...
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Bill Everett Another 200+ pages of never-before-reprinted, beautifully restored, full-color stories by one of comics’ greatest visionaries and most accomplished artists, including rare early-1950s romance work. Product Details...
Steve Ditko; Blake Bell, ed. The best in the Ditko Archives series yet, with extra oomph to his creepy yarns and a veritable explosion of ingenuity in his layouts. Over 200 meticulously restored full-color pages of Ditko in his early prime. Product Details...
Steve Ditko Over 210 full-color pages of Ditko in his early prime that have never been properly reprinted until now — thrilling stories of suspense, mystery, haunted houses, and unsuspecting victims. Product Details...
Blake Bell The first critical retrospective of the work of the reclusive Spider-Man co-creator traces his life and career, his stylistic innovations, and his philosophical principles, in a lushly-illustrated coffee-table book. Product Details...
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The Secret History of Marvel Comics: Jack Kirby and the Moonlighting Artists at Martin Goodman's Empire [Summer 2013]
Blake Bell & Michael J. Vassallo Exposing the seamy underside of Martin Goodman's publishing empire. The never-before-told history of Goodman's pulps and scandal sheets and the Marvel artists who worked for them, with loads of unseen art. Product Details...
Steve Ditko More than 200 pages' worth of never-before-collected horror and science-fiction stories from the early career of a comics great, beautifully presented in a stunning hardcover volume. Introduction by series editor Blake Bell. Product Details...
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