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The Carl Barks Big Book Of Barney Bear

Author : Carl Barks
ISBN : 1600109292
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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Carl Barks tops the list of greatest comic book artists of many devoted fans around the world. He has often been called "The Good Duck Artist" by avid readers of all ages of his Disney Donald Duck and Uncle Scrooge comics. Those Duck stories have been reprinted and loved again and again by millions. But, while the Duck oeuvre is easily obtainable, only a few elite fans have gotten rare glimpses of yet another fabulous, alternate universe that Barks created around the classic animation characters Barney Bear and Benny Burro. Hidden in rare, Golden Age comics only Scrooge McDuck could afford are wonderful, full-color fantasy and fun stories as only Barks can write and draw 'em! Collected for the first time in a deluxe, hardcover, full-color tome, are all of these masterpieces, meticulously restored. The Barks' Bear Book is edited and designed by Eisner-Award-winning comics historian Craig Yoe, with a fascinating introduction and special cover is by Barks-devotee Jeff Smith, the best-selling graphic novelist of the Bone comics series. As with the entire line of Yoe Books, the reproduction techniques employed strive to preserve the look and feel of expensive vintage comics. Painstakingly remastered, enjoy the closest possible recreation of reading these comics when first released.
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

The Unavailable Carl Barks In Color

Author : Kim Weston
ISBN : 1534718141
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Ten stories in this book, mostly unavailable since their original printings in comic books, are collected here together for the first time, along with a few other gems. Also included are several virtually unknown works by Barks which have not previously been collected anywhere. Four of the stories in this book appear in restored versions which are intended to showcase them as Barks originally intended for them to be seen. All of the stories are sourced from high quality masters except for three for which there are no known surviving masters. As collected in this book, newly colored and sourced from original masters, the stories look much better in this book than in previous printings. The 26 Barney Bear and Benny Burro stories, the bulk of Barks' non-Disney work, are in print in the USA in another book, The Carl Barks Big Book of Barney Bear; however, unfortunately, original masters were not used for their reproduction. The Unavailable Carl Barks also includes a comprehensive index to all of Carl Barks' non-Disney comics, and other introductory, historical, and background articles, totaling about 40 pages. Every story that Carl Barks wrote or drew featuring Disney characters during his career as a comic book creator has been reprinted, often many times, in comic books and albums and books. The Disney work is the most important of Barks' work, but Barks also wrote and/or drew 36 other comic book stories featuring non-Disney characters between 1943 and 1953; these have been less-well served in reprinting and are much less well-known. They are generally comparable in quality to the average of the Donald Duck work he was doing at the same time. A few of them are quite creative and delightful, and stand well with the best short story work he was doing at the time. Most of them have been out-of-print since their publication decades ago in comic books. This book is intended to remedy that situation.
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The Complete Carl Barks Index Large Print Index Edition

Author : Kim Weston
ISBN : 1544218982
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The Complete Carl Barks Index LARGE PRINT INDEX EDITION is identical to the regular edition EXCEPT that the Index portion of the Book is printed in larger type. The regular edition index portion of the book is mostly 2 columns of 7-point type. The LARGE PRINT index is mostly single column 9-point type and is consequently almost 250 pages longer. The non-index text is mostly 10-point in all editions. The price of the 548 page LARGE PRINT edition is $39.95. The regular 304 page edition price is $34.95. A SPECIAL EDITION identical to the regular edition except for a few pages of color, instead of black and white, illustrations is by $59.95; In any of the editions, the book a comprehensive index and concordance of Carl Barks' comic book work. From 1942 until his retirement in 1966, Carl Barks was the most important writer and artist of Donald Duck and related comic books, including Uncle Scrooge, as well as the creator of Uncle Scrooge and many of the best-loved characters in the Duck comic books. So beloved and important was Carl Barks' work that from 1983 to 1990, Another Rainbow Publishing, founded by Bruce Hamilton, published The Carl Barks Library in 30 deluxe hardcover volumes reprinting all of Barks' Disney comic book work and as much other Disney related drawings and art Barks was involved with as possible. In addition to comic book work, it includes paintings, storyboard and animation drawings, model sheets, and drawings for fans, among other things. The Complete Carl Barks Index has over 29,000 lines of data in the Index. The index, which was always intended to cover all of Barks' Disney comics as published in the original comic books and as reprinted, or in some cases first printed, in The Carl Barks Library, was also expanded to include Barks' non-Disney comics and also, later, Disney comics not included in The Carl Barks Library, and not even published until after The Carl Barks Library had been completed. There is even Barks comic book work first published after Barks' death, including work that has not yet been published in the USA or even in English. This has led to some additional material being added to the index as late as 2016. All of that is included in the Index. Information has also been included to make the Index useful even with other reprints in addition to the original comic books and the The Carl Barks Library. Each data entry includes reference to the original USA comic book publications with comic book title, issue, and story page numbers. It also includes reference to The Carl Barks Library publication including set, volume, and page reference, as well as submission dates, based on Carl Barks' personal work records. Just about any question you might ask about Carl Barks' work, if you can think of it, and it is included in Barks' opus, you can probably find it and all references to it. Want to find every depiction of a cigarette in Barks' comics or a listing of every half page display panel and other large sized panels? It's there. What really was the first appearance of the money bin or its precursors, or the worry room, or Gladstone's luck, every appearance of the Beagle Boys, all incarnations of Barks' pig villain characters, what stories have a camel in them, what Barney Bear and Benny Burro story was rewritten as an Uncle Scrooge story, what other Barks stories were rewritten years or decades later? Where does that huge panel of a money dam bursting with gazillions of dollars flowing forth appear? It's all there in the Index. There are also a dozen chapters of introduction, historical, and background material, topics of special interest, and a Foreword by Michael Barrier.
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The Complete Carl Barks Index

Author : Kim Weston
ISBN : 1535555432
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This book a comprehensive index and concordance of Carl Barks' comic book work. From 1942 until his retirement in 1966, Carl Barks was the most important writer and artist of Donald Duck and related comic books, including Uncle Scrooge, as well as the creator of Uncle Scrooge and many of the best-loved characters in the Duck comic books. So beloved and important was Carl Barks' work that from 1983 to 1990, Another Rainbow Publishing, founded by Bruce Hamilton, published The Carl Barks Library in 30 deluxe hardcover volumes reprinting all of Barks' Disney comic book work and as much other Disney related drawings and art Barks was involved with as possible. In addition to comic book work, it includes paintings, storyboard and animation drawings, model sheets, and drawings for fans, among other things. The Complete Carl Barks Index has over 29,000 lines of data in the Index. The index, which was always intended to cover all of Barks' Disney comics as published in the original comic books and as reprinted, or in some cases first printed, in The Carl Barks Library, was also expanded to include Barks' non-Disney comics and also, later, Disney comics not included in The Carl Barks Library, and not even published until after The Carl Barks Library had been completed. There is even Barks comic book work first published after Barks' death, including work that has not yet been published in the USA or even in English. This has led to some additional material being added to the index as late as 2016. All of that is included in the Index. Information has also been included to make the Index useful even with other reprints in addition to the original comic books and the The Carl Barks Library. Each data entry includes reference to the original USA comic book publications with comic book title, issue, and story page numbers. It also includes reference to The Carl Barks Library publication including set, volume, and page reference, as well as submission dates, based on Carl Barks' personal work records. Just about any question you might ask about Carl Barks' work, if you can think of it, and it is included in Barks' opus, you can probably find it and all references to it. Want to find every depiction of a cigarette in Barks' comics or a listing of every half page display panel and other large sized panels? It's there. What really was the first appearance of the money bin or its precursors, or the worry room, or Gladstone's luck, every appearance of the Beagle Boys, all incarnations of Barks' pig villain characters, what stories have a camel in them, what Barney Bear and Benny Burro story was rewritten as an Uncle Scrooge story, what other Barks stories were rewritten years or decades later? Where does that huge panel of a money dam bursting with gazillions of dollars flowing forth appear? It's all there in the Index. There are also a dozen chapters of introduction, historical, and background material, topics of special interest, and a Foreword by Michael Barrier. There is also a SPECIAL EDITION version of this book that has 19 illustrations spread over 13 interior pages in two chapters in color instead of black and white. It has a price $25 higher due to the high price of print-on-demand color printing. There are no other interior differences between the two versions of the book. The price of the SPECIAL EDITION is by $59.95; the regular edition price is $34.95. There is also a 548 page LARGE PRINT INDEX EDITION priced at $39.95 in which the Index portion of the book is printed in 9-point type in a single column per page instead of double columns of 7-point type; the remainder of the book is identical to the regular 304 page edition.
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Popeye Classics Vol 1

Author : Bud Sagendorf
ISBN : PKEY:DEC120394
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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Re-presenting the classic Popeye comic book series that debuted in 1948 by Bud Sagendorf, the long-time assistant to creator E.C. Segar! Carefully reproduced from the original comic books and lovingly restored, Volume 1 contains issues #1-4, with stories such as "That's What I Yam," "Ghost Island," and "Dead Valley." Also includes all of Sagendorf's gloriously funny one-pagers.
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Carl Barks

Author : Carl Barks
ISBN : 1578065011
Genre : Art
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Interviews with the Disney artist who created Scrooge McDuck and many well-loved comic books Disney artist Carl Barks (1901-2000) created one of Walt Disney's most famous characters, Scrooge McDuck. Barks also produced more than 500 comic book stories. His work is ranked among the most widely circulated, best-loved, and most influential of all comic book art. Although the images he created are known virtually everywhere, Barks was an isolated storyteller, living in the desert of California and preferring to labor without public fanfare during most of his career. He created work of such exceptional quality that he was accorded the greatest autonomy of any Disney artist. He is the only comic book artist ever to receive a Disney Legends award. The influence of Barks's work on such filmmakers as George Lucas and Steven Spielberg and on such artists as Gottfried Helnwein has extended Barks's significance far beyond the boundaries of comics. After Barks's death at the age of ninety-nine, Roy Disney praised him for his "brilliant artistic vision." Carl Barks: Conversations is the only comprehensive collection of Barks's interviews. It ranges chronologically from the very first one (with Malcolm Willits, the fan who uncovered Barks's identity) to the artist's final conversations with Donald Ault in the summer of 2000. In between are interviews conducted by J. Michael Barrier, Edward Summer, Bruce Hamilton, and others. Several of these interviews are published here for the first time. Ault's friendship with Barks, ranging over a period of thirty years, provides an unusually intimate resource not only for standard q&a interviews but also for casual conversations in informal settings. Carl Barks: Conversations reveals previously unknown information about the life, times, and opinions of one of the master storytellers of the twentieth century. Donald Ault, a professor of English at the University of Florida, is the author of Narrative Unbound: Re-Visioning William Blake's The Four Zoas and Visionary Physics: Blake's Response to Newton. His work has been published in Studies in Romanticism, The Wordsworth Circle, Modern Philology, and The Comics Journal.
Category: Art

Restoring Carl Barks

Author : Kim Weston
ISBN : 1717136052
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Original proofs of the stories and covers written and drawn by Carl Barks exist and are used worldwide in reproducing his work. But for a few stories, there are no existing proofs, and the only way they can be reprinted is by making new masters of the work from printed comic books. Given the poor quality of the printing process used for the old 10 cent comic books, stories reprinted that way often don't look very good when compared to stories with modern printing from original proofs. This book reproduces some of my attempts to get a better quality image for stories for which there are no known original proofs. Barks' only Porky Pig story, "Porky of the Mounties", now has been restored with new black line art plates and completely recolored. Barks' Andy Panda story and the Barks written Droopy story "Serum to Nome" have also been restored with new black line art plates, which help the art stand out from the coloring. The coloring on these two stories, while not completely new, has been cleaned up and the color registration has been greatly improved. This allows the art to be seen more clearly and better appreciated.
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Comics About Cartoonists

Author : Various
ISBN : 1613773463
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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What's cooler than comics about cartoonist? NOTHING! This is mind-blowing, full-color hardback book collects rare comics about real and fictional cartoonists - created by the greatest cartoonists in the world! Read comics about cartoonists by the top illustrators and creators in the field: Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko, Jack Cole, Dick Briefer, Winsor McCay, Chester Gould, Sheldon Mayer, Milton Caniff, Ernie Bushmiller, Basil Wolverton, Siegel and Shuster, Will Eisner, Elzie Segar, and Harvey Kurtzman! Plus, more by Charles Schulz, George Herriman, and a 1940s comic about Walt Disney! It's a veritable "Who's Who" of great cartoonists, drawing superhero, horror, funny animal, funny people, war and romance comics... about cartoonists! From IDW, the publisher who brought you; The Art of Steve Ditko 9781600105425 Krazy & Ignatz In Tiger Tea 9781600106453 Dick Briefer's Frankenstein 9781600107221 Dan DeCarlo's Jetta 9781600106460 Archie: A Celebration of America's Favorite Teenagers 9781600107542 Golden Treasury of Krazy Kool Klassic Kids' Komics 9781600105203 Popeye: Strong To The Finish - The Great Comic Book Tales of Bud Sagendorf 9781600107474 Carl Barks' Big Book of Barney Bear 9781600109294 Amazing 3-D Comics 9781600108532 Complete Milt Gross Comic Book Stories 9781600105463 Archie's Mad House 9781600107900 Barney Google 9781600106705 Felix the Cat's Greatest Comic Book Tails TPB 9781613770856
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Comic Books And Strips

Author : Randall William Scott
ISBN : IND:30000011927328
Genre : Reference
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This bibliography collects, organizes, and annotates the most important information sources in the comics area: books, periodicals, and library collections.
Category: Reference

Toons In Toyland

Author : Tim Hollis
ISBN : 9781626745001
Genre : Social Science
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Every living American adult likely prized one childhood toy that featured the happy image of an animated cartoon or comic strip character. There is an ever-growing market for these collectibles, and stacks of books pose as pricing guides. Yet Tim Hollis is the first to examine the entire story of character licensing and merchandising from a historical view. Toons in Toyland focuses mainly on the post–World War II years, circa 1946–1980, when the last baby boomers were in high school. During those years, the mass merchandising of cartoon characters peaked. However, the concept of licensing cartoon characters for toys, trinkets, and other merchandise dates back to the very first newspaper comics character, the Yellow Kid, who debuted in 1896 and was soon appearing on a variety of items. Eventually, cartoon producers and comic strip artists counted on merchandising as a major part of their revenue stream. It still plays a tremendous role in the success of the Walt Disney Company and many others today. Chapters examine storybooks (such as Little Golden Books), comic books, records, board games, jigsaw puzzles, optical toys (including View-Master and Kenner’s Give-a-Show Projector), and holiday paraphernalia. Extending even beyond toys, food companies licensed characters galore—remember the Peanuts characters plugging bread and Dolly Madison snacks? And roadside attractions, amusement parks, campgrounds, and restaurants—think Yogi Bear and Jellystone Park Campgrounds—all bought a bit of cartoon magic to lure the green waves of tourists’ dollars.
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Masters Of Imagination

Author : Mike Benton
ISBN : UOM:39015062483253
Genre : Cartoonists
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Offers profiles of thirteen top comic book artists, including Will Eisner, Joe Shuster, Jack Kirby, Carl Barks, Walt Kelly, Wallace Wood, and Steve Ditko
Category: Cartoonists

Walt Kelly S Our Gang

Author : Walt Kelly
ISBN : UCSD:31822035672880
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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Suitable for all ages and written and drawn by the creator of Pogo, a collection of comic shorts features original stories that were not previously used in "The Little Rascals" short-film series. Original.
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Comics Through Time A History Of Icons Idols And Ideas 4 Volumes

Author : M. Keith Booker
ISBN : 9780313397516
Genre : Social Science
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Focusing especially on American comic books and graphic novels from the 1930s to the present, this massive four-volume work provides a colorful yet authoritative source on the entire history of the comics medium. • Provides historical context within individual entries that allows readers to grasp the significance of that entry as it relates to the broader history and evolution of comics • Includes coverage of international material to frame the subsets of American and British comics within a global context • Presents information that will appeal and be of use to general readers of comics and supply coverage detailed enough to be of significant value to scholars and teachers working in the field of comics
Category: Social Science

Comic Book Superstars

Author : Don Thompson
ISBN : 0873412567
Genre : Cartoonists
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Meet the writers, artists, colorists, and letters who bring the stories to life. This book offers wide page margins for autographs and sketches. It's perfect for comics conventions, signings and store appearances.
Category: Cartoonists

Ron Goulart S Great History Of Comic Books

Author : Ron Goulart
ISBN : STANFORD:36105038079757
Genre : Art
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Looks at individual publishers, comic book genres, characters, and trends in comic book stories and artwork
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The Comics Journal

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ISBN : UOM:39015058910392
Genre : Comic books, strips, etc
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Category: Comic books, strips, etc

The Comic Art Collection Catalog

Author : Michigan State University. Libraries. Special Collections Division
ISBN : UOM:39015054273027
Genre : Social Science
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This is the most comprehensive dictionary available on comic art. The catalog provides detailed information about more than 60,000 cataloged books, magazines, scrapbooks, fanzines, comic books, and other materials in the Michigan State University Libraries, America's premiere library comics collection. Each book or serial is listed by title, with entries as appropriate under author, subject, and series. Besides the traditional books and magazines, significant collections of microfilm, sound recordings, vertical files, and realia (mainly T-shirts) are included. Comics and related materials are grouped by nationality and by genre.
Category: Social Science

Books In Print

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105002106081
Genre : American literature
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Category: American literature

Forthcoming Books

Author : Rose Arny
ISBN : UOM:39015033709513
Genre : American literature
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Category: American literature