Will Eisner comic
Celebrate the 80th Anniversary of Will Eisner's The Spirit with this all-new collection. Acknowledged by everyone from Alan Moore to Michael Chabon, Eisner is one of the most important comic book creators of all time! This collection features 9 stories, 4 of them wth all-new coloring by Eisner award-winning colorist Laura Martin and Eisner award-nominated colorist Jeromy Cox.
- Issue # TPB (2 months ago)
Last Day in Vietnam recounts Will Eisner's own experiences with soldiers engaged not only in the daily hostilities of war but also in larger, more personal combat. Some of the stories in this novel are comical, some heartrending, some frightening, yet all display the incredible insight into humanity characteristic of Eisner's entire oeuvre. Introduction by Matt Fraction! Released to coincide with Will Eisner Week—the annual celebration of Eisner's life and work.
- Issue # TPB (10 months ago)
The first volume in a complete series reprinting Will Eisner's classic crimefighter The Spirit in chronological order from June 2nd to December 29, 1940. Includes "The Origin of The Spirit," "Orang, The Ape Man," "The Kiss of Death," "The Prom," the first Christmas Spirit story and 26 others in full color. Also features a preface by Eisner on how The Spirit came to be, a foreword by Alan Moore (WATCHMEN, AMERICA'S BEST COMICS) and an introduction by comics historian R.C. Harvey.
These full-color comic stories from World War II tell of true role models of the patriotic ideal. Starting with The Shield and followed by Captain America, a whole battalion of red, white, and blue heroes appeared on the four-color page to help fight the Nazis. Their fascinating history and their stirring tales will both entertain and inspire new generations! See the two-fisted, three-colored Miss America, The Fighting Yank, Super-American, U.S. Jones, Captain Freedom, Lady Liberty, Major Victory, American Eagle, Captain Victory, and many more!
This is the continuation of the comic series Wonder Comicsthat was changed into Wonderworld Comics starting with issue #3.
Between 1941 and 1945, Hitler was pummeled on comic book covers by everyone from Captain America to Wonder Woman. Take That, Adolf! is an oversized compilation of more than 500 stunningly restored comics covers published during World War II, featuring America’s greatest super-villain. From Superman and Daredevil to propaganda and racism, Take That, Adolf! is a fascinating look at how legendary creators such as Joe Simon, Jack Kirby, Alex Schomburg, Will Eisner, and Lou Fine entertained millions of kids on the home front and buoyed the spirits of GIs fighting overseas by using Adolf Hitler as a punching bag.