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CrossGen Illustrated (2001) - Vol. 01
CrossGen Comics

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Barbara Randall Kesel

Jim Cheung
Andrea DiVito
Scot Eaton
Steve McNiven
Brandon Peterson - 'Brando'
Bart Sears - 'Wittman'

John Dell III
Tom Simmons
Andy Smith

Michael Atiyeh

Brandon Peterson - 'Brando'

Brandon Peterson - 'Brando'

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Joseph Michael Linsner

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Cover Date: November 2001
Cover Price: US $ 24.95

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Format: Color; Bookshelf; 192 pages

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CrossGen Illustrated is more than a book that reveals the depth and splendor of a brand-new fictional universe, acting as a primer for future years of comics, graphic novels, films and television shows based on that universe. It is a detailed probe into the creation of modern sequential art as demonstrated by the only fully-functional comic-producing studio in North America. Whether you are a comics lover or simply an art lover, this volume holds equal appeal. CrossGen Illustrated is as much a look into the future of comics as an art form as it is a celebration of how far that art form has come.

Additional text written by Tony Bedard, Ron Marz, Tony Panaccio, Gina M. Villa and Mark Waid.

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