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Modern Masters (2003) - vol. 05
"José Luis García-López"

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José Luis García-López

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Cover Date: 2005
Cover Price: US $ 14.95

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Format: Color; Trade Paperback; 128 pages

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Ask any comic book artist who the best draftsman in the business is, and you’ll come up with one answer: García-López. A master of anatomy, of composition, and of storytelling, he not only astounds his readers, but his peers as well. He is also one of the most visible artists in the industry, as his illustrations can be seen on toy packaging, in DC’s “Got Milk?” advertisements, and even on jars of peanut butter. But it’s his work on DC’s “Big Three”—Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman—that earned José Luis García-López the title of Modern Master. Modern Masters Volume 5: José Luis García-López is composed of an extensive, career-spanning interview lavishly illustrated with rare and unpublished art, as well as a large sketchbook section.

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