How to Draw Comic Book Heroes and Villains

Gr. 10 and up. Bursting with full-color art from the likes of Frank McLaughlin (Superman) and Gray Morrow (Power Rangers), this how-to is for young adults seriously interested in illustrating comic books--the superhero type. It\'s generally less informative than Pellowski\'s book, also reviewed in this issue, and because the buxom beauties shown are occasionally in the nude, it\'s for an older audience.

No stranger to comics (this is his fourth book on the subject), Hart introduces readers to a host of larger-than-life heroes, heroines, and villains, and, using an abundance of black-and-white sketches, demonstrates how to draw them, costume and equip them, and make them spring into action in traditional superhero fashion. The last two chapters, illustrated in a style reminiscent of family comic strips, use words and pictures to explain the comic book creation process and supply tips on job hunting in the biz.

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