Drawing Monsters & Heroes for Film & Comics
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Drawing Monsters & Heroes for Film & Comics

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After a noteworthy career with "Superman," "Indiana Jones" and "Deadly Foes of Spiderman," the work of well-known, veteran, comic-book artist Kerry Gammill mysteriously disappeared from the pages of "Superman" and "X-Men." This volume reveals the reason for Gammill's exodus - to fulfil a life-long desire to work on monster films. He has been working as a conceptual artist...more
Paperback, 112 pages
Published May 7th 2001 by Vanguard Productions (NJ)
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