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There is an older version as well, but they did great on the update!
Get this if you want to learn more about comics in general, but get a technical book If you need more "How to draw" tips and fundamentals.
Something else that irritated me while I read this book is that it doesn't seem like it was written by Stan Lee.
It's a very solid book. I wouldn't suggest it for absolute beginners, but the information is still understandable and informative. Read morePublished 1 month ago by E. Crossing
Got the item quickly and it's great love all the pictures and explanation on how to draw comics good for a beginner who knows nothingPublished 4 months ago by Daniel J Budnik
Don't get me wrong I love Marvel comics. Stan Lee has done amazing work. There is one thing missing. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Ken Kopper
If your even a little geeky, you'll love this book. It has something for every level and every age. Stan Lee wrote it. Need I say more?Published 8 months ago by martin
My granddaughters hero. The Marvel comics are her favorite and she loves to draw, hence the book was a great addition to her collection of comics .Published 8 months ago by Shirley A. Yant
I had the first version of this book, back in the 1980s. The book got lost in the passage of time. I like the book because I'm a Marvel fan from the 1960s. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Ronald W. Knights
This is a great "reference book" for those in and trying to get into the comic book business. I found it very interesting, but I believe the title is misleading. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Bobby G
The book is very well done, giving a lot of tips about you need to know about producing art for comic books and dealing with the publishers in the industry, however do not expect... Read morePublished 9 months ago by E. Reides
Not very good not a lot of examples. They keep the techniques vague I think they just don't want to really give away there secrets.Published 10 months ago by Michael W. Bedford