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Thomas Yeates art training began in high school and continued at Utah State University and Sacramento State. Subsequently, he was a member of the first class at Joe Kubert's School, a trade program for aspiring comic book artists in New Jersey. Yeates has worked as an illustrator for DC Comics, Marvel, Dark Horse, and many other companies, drawing Tarzan, Zorro, the Swamp Thing, Timespirits, Captain America, and Conan. For Graphic Myths and Legends, he illustrated King Arthur: Excalibur Unsheathed, Robin Hood: Outlaw of Sherwood Forest, and Atalanta: Race Against Destiny. Yeates lives in Northern California with his wife and daughter.
I 'read' this on my black and white kindle so I cant say I was getting the full effect of a graphic novel in paper back :SPublished 2 months ago by minymars
My children all enjoy the Greek myths on their own, but this is a fun way to read the stories as well!Published 3 months ago by Mrs. Hammel
This is the comic book version of the William Tell story. This is great for teachers to use for doing a compare and contrast essay to meet the Common Core standards.Published on November 9, 2013 by hooked on genealogy
Somehow I knew this from my youth and as usual Swiss history is pretty boring. The Swiss just never really did much of anything exciting.Published on May 4, 2013 by Charles Igor Loving