The Life and Art of Murphy Anderson is a lavishly illustrated autobiographical memoir of the artist's varied career in cartooning. His recollections are peppered with comments and insights about the state of the art and behind-the-scenes stories and anecdotes about other artists he has encountered such as Lou Fine, Will Eisner, Curt Swan, Gil Kane, and some not so well known, and illustrated with a generous sampling of work from every phase of his career, particularly at Fiction House, Ziff-Davis, and DC Comics, all direct from his personal archives.One of his contracts was with the Army to produce a aquot;preventive maintenanceaquot; magazine. An incarnation of the publication Eisner had launched while in the service during World War II, the magazinea#39;s name suggested its function: dubbed P.S., anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Life and Art of Murphy Anderson|
|Author||:||Murphy Anderson, R. C. Harvey|
|Publisher||:||TwoMorrows Publishing - 2003|