At long last, John Romita's Spider-Man run gets the Artist's Treatment, courtesy of IDW and Marvel!
John Romita's The Amazing Spider-Man: Artist's Edition in Stores February 1st!
IDW and Marvel present classic stories, all scanned from original art
San Diego, CA (January 27, 2012)— JOHN ROMITA'S THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN: ARTIST'S EDITION is the next book in the ongoing Artist's Edition series from IDW Publishing. Collecting six classic issues from Romita's stellar run on The Amazing Spider-Man, each and every page scanned from the original art and presented at full size, the same as it looked on Romita's drawing table.
"It's such a treat to put these books together and be able to get up close and see pages by great artists, like John Romita," said Artist's Editions Editor, Scott Dunbier "His work is so precise and clean, he is one of the true masters of the Silver Age of comics."
As Harry Knowles of Aintitcool.com wrote, "Track this puppy down–go down to your local comic shop and pre-order it. You don't want to try picking this up on the second hand market." John Romita's The Amazing Spider-Man: Artist's Edition is in stores on February 1st.
What is an Artist's Edition? Artist's Editions are printed the same size as the original art. While appearing to be in black & white, each page has been scanned in COLOR to mimic as closely as possible the experience of viewing the actual original art—for example, you are able to clearly see paste-overs, blue pencils in the art, editorial notes, art corrections. Each page is printed the same size as drawn, and the paper selected is as close as possible to the original art board.
Previous Artist's Editions include DAVE STEVENS' THE ROCKETEER: ARTIST'S EDITION and WALTER SIMONSON'S THE MIGHTY THOR: ARTIST'S EDITION. The ROCKETEER ARTIST'S EDITION won two Eisner Awards last year, for Best Archival Project and Best Design.
JOHN ROMITA'S THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN: ARTIST'S EDITION ($100, hardcover, black and white, 152 pages,) will be available in stores in February. ISBN: 978-1-61377-144-0.
Visit IDWPublishing.com to learn more about the company and its top-selling books.
About IDW Publishing
IDW is an award-winning publisher of comic books, graphic novels and trade paperbacks, based in San Diego, California. Renowned for its diverse catalog of licensed and independent titles, IDW publishes some of the most successful and popular titles in the industry, including: Hasbro's The Transformers and G.I. JOE, Paramount's Star Trek; HBO's True Blood; the BBC's DOCTOR WHO; Toho's Godzilla; and comics and trade collections based on novels by worldwide bestselling author, James Patterson. IDW is also home to the Library of American Comics imprint, which publishes classic comic reprints; Yoe! Books, a partnership with Yoe! Studio; and is the print publisher for EA Comics.
IDW's original horror series, 30 Days of Night, was launched as a major motion picture in October 2007 by Sony Pictures and was the #1 film in its first week of release. More information about the company can be found at IDWPublishing.com.
About Marvel Entertainment
Marvel Entertainment, LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company, is one of the world's most prominent character-based entertainment companies, built on a proven library of over 8,000 characters featured in a variety of media over seventy years. Marvel utilizes its character franchises in entertainment, licensing and publishing. For more information visit www.marvel.com.
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Written or Contributed by: SuperginraiX
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