eBook Viking Glory: The Viking Prince download
by Bo Hampton,Tracey Hampton-Munsey,Will Eisner,Lee Marrs
Author: Bo Hampton,Tracey Hampton-Munsey,Will Eisner,Lee Marrs
Publisher: DC Comics; 1St Edition edition (1991)
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Introduction by Will Eisner. Hardcover, full color. Bob Kanigher used to write, and Joe Kubert used to draw, the Viking Prince in the 1955 THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD comics.
Introduction by Will Eisner. The stories started out realistic (for comics), where an "ice dragon" terrorizing the fishermen was actually a carved and stained iceberg pushed by a raft of villains. Then the series turned fantastic, where Jon would plunge into the depths and meet mermaids and battle cyclopes, or ascend to the clouds and fall in love with Valkyries, or skirt volcanoes fighting a roc.
Viking Glory: The Viking Prince. Tracy Hampton-Munsey 1. Viking Glory: The Viking Prince. Lee Marrs 1. Will Eisner 1. Bo Hampton 1. Mike Gold 1. Most issue appearances.
Lee Marrs, Bo Hampton (Illustrator), Tracey Hampton-Munsey (Illustrator), Will Eisner (Introduction). Destination, rates & speeds. 3. Published by DC Comics (1991). ISBN 10: 1563890011 ISBN 13: 9781563890017. Marrs, Lee. Published by DC Comics.
Bo Hampton artist, colorist, cover. Tracy Hampton-Munsey letterer. I'm really kind of torn when it comes to Viking Glory. The story features .
Lee Marrs, Bo Hampton (Illustrator). Will Eisner (Introduction).
Start by marking Viking Glory: The Viking Prince as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Lee Marrs, Bo Hampton (Illustrator).
Publication date: August 1991 - June 1992. TPB. Please do NOT spoil content of NEXT issues.
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Here is a historical item in several senses of the word. The book itself is finely crafted
Here is a historical item in several senses of the word. The book itself is finely crafted. I couldn’t help noticing the granite textured endpapers or the gold leaf Mjöllnir on the cover under the dust jacket. Then there is a couple page introduction by Will Eisner in the front, intriguing when it is technical ( careful panellizing used in service of the internal action ) and boring when he insists on introducing the cast, something usually best left to the comic. He may have deemed these introductions necessary for a reason, however.
Bo Hampton (born 1954) is an American comic book and cartoon artist. He graduated from the School of Visual Arts, New York City. He drew, wrote and painted comics and graphic novels for 15 years, always with a bent toward realism that was fairly uncommon in the medium. Some art highlights from that period include Viking Glory a 96-page graphic novel for DC Comics, Legend of Sleepy Hollow for Tundra Publishing and Verdilak, a horror story co-written and painted for NBM Publishing.
Viking Glory: The Viking Prince OGN SC. June, 1992. Chapter 4: Net of Chaos.