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The Art of Joseph Michael Linsner

4.62 of 5 stars 4.62  ·  rating details  ·  64 ratings  ·  3 reviews
This much-anticipated volume boasts 176 pages of Linsner's very best work, including covers and over a dozen previously unseen and unpublished paintings. Scores of rare production sketches and color roughs will be highlighted, as well as a special "how to" sections in which Linsner gives a sneak peek at the production of one of his dazzling Dawn paintings from start to fin ...more
Paperback, 176 pages
Published September 29th 2003 by Image Comics (first published January 6th 2003)
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Feb 29, 2008 Pandem rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: anybody who likes women
Shelves: art-collection
I've loved JML's art for years. He draws women that I like, not skinny with minimal or outlandish curves, but women that are curvaceous, sexy, and the true meaning of "voluptuous" (as opposed to its current connotations): women with curves and hips and hourglass figures and. . .

Wait, what was I talking about?

Oh yeah, the book. So, I like JML's art very very much and have for many years (when I met him to have my copies of this book, I described a lady that I had a romantic interest at the time a
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Image's Dawn creator Josph Michael Linser now has a book full of Dawn art for all of you fan boys and girls out there who have been vying for one. This is the first book collecting the body of work that Joseph himself is proudest of.

Linser praises comics as having saved his life. At an early age he discovered and fell in love with Batman and Conan comics (and others as well he says) and learned to read from their pages (which kept him from getting held back a grade). Currently this artist has r
got it signed at dragoncon 2008 :) best day ever.
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Joseph Michael Linsner is most well-known for DAWN, his personal Pin-Up Goddess. After her debut appearance on the cover of CRY FOR DAWN #1 in 1989, Dawn struck a chord with thousands of fans on an international level. She is currently published in six languages and has come to life in the form of statues, action figures, t-shirts, lithographs, lunch boxes and trading cards..An award winning Illus ...more
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