No Man's Land (Limited Edition Slipcased Hardcover) Signed with an original watercolor

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No Man's Land (Limited Edition Slipcased Hardcover) Signed with an original watercolor

1,200.00

No Man's Land was published by Tundra Publishing, LTD in 1992.

9 x 12 inches, stitched binding.

Watercolor measures 6.82 x 6.22 inches

Introduction by famed artist Marshall Arisman

112 pages printed with 300-line screens on high quality coated paper stock using a sheet-fed press. 16 pages in full color, 96 in duotone.

This slipcased hardcover edition is extremely limited and has never beeb commercially available. Linen cover with leather spine, Gold Foil Stamping and tipped on cover plate.

This copy comes with a signed original watercolor tipped onto an extra page bound into the book with an onion skin overlay (View the second sample image - in Caran d'Ache blue crayon.) No two drawings will be similar, all will be unique.

I personally oversaw the printing of this book in the dead of winter, sleeping in Kevin Eastman's pickup truck wrapped in a thin blanket between press runs. Good times. No kidding!

This book includes almost the complete contents of two oversized sketchbooks I kept while researching World War One for my Enemy Ace: War Idyll graphic novel. The sketchbooks were how I actually sold the project to DC Comics. I explained the project to Editor Andrew Helfer using the sketchbooks, and other loose sketches, to show him my understanding of the war. Coupled with a few sample pieces of the character Hans von Hammer, these materials convinced Andrew that the project was artistically valuable and he immediately began the process of getting the contracts going.

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