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Will Eisner Quarterly No. 3


Will Eisner Quarterly No. 3
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    WILL EISNER'S QUARTERLY No. 3 (1984) by Will Eisner.

    The Spirit Magazine, which had been reprinting vintage Spirit stories as well as show casing Eisner's new work, ended with No. 41. Kitchen Sink Press then split Eisner's work into separate publications. A new comic book line, The Spirit, solely reprinted the Spirit stories in chronological order (for the first time). Meanwhile Will Eisner's Quarterly focused on serializing Eisner's new graphic novels, featured articles about his long career, included a full color Spirit story, and continued his "Shop Talk" interviews. This 3rd issue includes an excerpt from A Life Force; the 7-28-40 Spirit in color; and an illustrated Shop Talk with Phil Seuling, the man who popularized comic book conventions and founded the "direct market" distribution system for comics. New cover art by Eisner (reprinted no where else). Letters section includes a missive from C. C. Beck. Mint/near mint.


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    Will Eisner Quarterly No. 3

    WILL EISNER'S QUARTERLY No. 3 (1984) by Will Eisner.

    The Spirit Magazine, which had been reprinting vintage Spirit stories as well as show casing Eisner's new work, ended with No. 41. Kitchen Sink Press then split Eisner's work into separate publications. A new comic book line, The Spirit, solely reprinted the Spirit stories in chronological order (for the first time). Meanwhile Will Eisner's Quarterly focused on serializing Eisner's new graphic novels, featured articles about his long career, included a full color Spirit story, and continued his "Shop Talk" interviews. This 3rd issue includes an excerpt from A Life Force; the 7-28-40 Spirit in color; and an illustrated Shop Talk with Phil Seuling, the man who popularized comic book conventions and founded the "direct market" distribution system for comics. New cover art by Eisner (reprinted no where else). Letters section includes a missive from C. C. Beck. Mint/near mint.

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