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Squa Tront #10
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Squa Tront #10

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Fantagraphics Books is proud to publish the tenth issue of the legendary magazine about EC Comics and artists, Squa Tront. Edited by renowned editor and critic John Benson, Squa Tront #10 is filled with the kind of fascinating historical and archival material that the magazine has become famous for, including: A 1978 panel discussion with Bernie Krigstein, Wally Wood, and Harvey Kurtzman; a contemporary interview with Al Feldstein about how EC planned its cover illustrations and designs, spotlighting one by Al Williamson/Roy Krenkel that Feldstein touched up, profusely illustrated with Krenkel's cover roughs; a privately taped discussion among Arnold Roth, Al Jaffee, and Harvey Kurtzman, moderated by Benson; an appreciation and personal reminiscence of Arnold Roth by Benson; two interviews with Harvey Kurtzman from 1963 by Benson, and another 1963 interview with James Warren, also by Benson. There's much else besides, including a 16-page full color section, an unpublished EC page, a previously unpublished full-page drawing by Wally Wood, an unpublished cartoon by Jack Davis, and more. Plus a gorgeous SF cover painting by Al Feldstein! Squa Tront publishes, on average, fewer than one issue every three years, which makes this an event.

Colors:
black & white with color
Format:
Magazine
Dimensions:
8.5" x 11"
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Fantagraphics Books is proud to publish the tenth issue of the legendary magazine about EC Comics and artists, Squa Tront. Edited by renowned editor and critic John Benson, Squa Tront #10 is filled with the kind of fascinating historical and archival material that the magazine has become famous for, including: A 1978 panel discussion with Bernie Krigstein, Wally Wood, and Harvey Kurtzman; a contemporary interview with Al Feldstein about how EC planned its cover illustrations and designs, spotlighting one by Al Williamson/Roy Krenkel that Feldstein touched up, profusely illustrated with Krenkel's cover roughs; a privately taped discussion among Arnold Roth, Al Jaffee, and Harvey Kurtzman, moderated by Benson; an appreciation and personal reminiscence of Arnold Roth by Benson; two interviews with Harvey Kurtzman from 1963 by Benson, and another 1963 interview with James Warren, also by Benson. There's much else besides, including a 16-page full color section, an unpublished EC page, a previously unpublished full-page drawing by Wally Wood, an unpublished cartoon by Jack Davis, and more. Plus a gorgeous SF cover painting by Al Feldstein! Squa Tront publishes, on average, fewer than one issue every three years, which makes this an event.

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