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  • Pin-up Art of Bill Ward

    > Pin-up Art of Bill Ward Pin-up Art of Bill Ward Ward, Bill Chun, Alex ISBN -13 : 9781560977872 ISBN : 1560977876 Publisher : Fantagraphics Books Bill Ward's caricatures portrayed extremely well-endowed women - accentuated by tiny waists - playing to multiple fetishes adorned in gloves, lingerie and heels. In this book Alex Chun brings together some of the best of Ward's Conte crayon pin-ups, including his infamous 'telephone girls', which have not seen print in 50 years. Ward, Bill is the author of

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  • Vintage Bill Ward Poster Print Art Pinup "Burlesque" re-print

    BUY ANY 3 - A3 POSTERS AND PAY ONLY FOR 2. WHEN YOU BUY 3 POSTERS WE WILL REFUND YOU THE PRICE OF ONE OF THEM BACK, THAT'S RIGHT WE WILL REFUND YOU £7.99 BACK. Vintage Bill Ward Poster Print Art Pinup "Burlesque" re-print Vintage Bill Ward Poster Print Art comes in a hard backed envelope or tube to keep your Poster in perfect shape. No watermarks will be on the poster you receive. SIZE A3 = 17" x 12" 432 x 305mm approx All Posters are sent in plain packaging. Please check out our other Posters and

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  • B27 Bill Ward Pin-Up - 1 inch art glass cabochon

    This is a 1 inch glass cabochon with a Bill Ward seductive looking lady in sepia tones. Flat Back Extremely Clear and Extremely Smooth The glass cabochon is high quality and crystal clear with a slight magnifying effect. The image is secured and sealed so it can be used however you want. I will also ship worldwide - just convo/contact me for p&p charges.

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  • The Pin-up Art Of Humorama Tpb 1st Ed Pinup Bill Ward Dan Decarlo

    The Pin-Up Art of Humorama Edited by Alex Chun Color Design by Jacob Covey Foreword (with pin-up) by Howard Chaykin After four acclaimed volumes collecting pin-ups from the legendary 1950/1960s "Humorama" cartoon digests (by the genre's best-known and most prolific stars -- Archie Comics' wholesomely sexy Dan DeCarlo , the innocently bawdy Bill Wenzel , and the pneumatic legend Bill Ward ), editor Alex Chun and designer Jaboc Covey serve up a fifth course of "Humorama" cheesecake, this time sam

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  • Pin-up Art of Bill Ward

    "Showcases the finest examples of Bill Ward's Conte crayon pin-up drawings, including his notorious series of telephone girls from the 1950s and 1960s. Original.Additional Details\N"

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  • The Pin-Up Art of Dan DeCarlo, Vol. 2

    Oh, Betty! Pin-up beauties from the legendary Archie artist and creator of Josie & the Pussycats . For more than 40 years, Dan DeCarlo was best known for his definitive rendition of Archie Comics ' Betty and Veronica, two of comics' most beloved icons. But before joining Archie in the late 1950s and unbeknownst to many, DeCarlo was already honing his skills as a good girl artist for the Humorama line of digest magazines. Beginning in 1956, DeCarlo created hundreds of pin-up cartoons for titles such as

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  • THE PIN-UP ART OF HUMORAMA

    THE PIN-UP ART OF HUMORAMA By Alex Chun and Jacob Covey. Introduction by Howard Chaykin. Highly Recommended The raciest, bawdiest pin-ups in cartoon history are in this fun-filled collection! The Humorama banner included titles like Romp, Stare and Joker and featured the pin-up art of masters like Dan DeCarlo, Jack Cole, Bill Ward and many, many others famous names of the comics and illustration worlds. Throughout the 50s and 60s, slumming comic artists like Basil Wolverton, Dave Berg, Bill Hoest and others

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  • Pin-up Art Of Humorama GN

    During the 1950s, Abe Goodman-brother of Marvel Comics' publisher Martin Goodman-was the largest buyer of cartoons in the world. Publishing out of New York City under the Humorama banner, Goodman churned out scores of cheap digest-sized magazines boasting inventive titles like Romp, Stare and Joker that featured hackneyed jokes, cheesecake photos and the publications' bread and butter, single panel pin-up cartoons. Whiles the digests were often a dumping ground for cartoonists past their prime and

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  • The Pin-Up Art of Dan DeCarlo Vol. 2

    > The Pin-Up Art of Dan DeCarlo Vol. 2 The Pin-Up Art of Dan DeCarlo Vol. 2 DeCarlo, Dan 9781560978794 1560978791 Fantagraphics Books From 1956 to 1963, DeCarlo produced hundreds of pin-up cartoons for the Humorama line of girlie digests, where his line drawings and ink-wash paintings shared the pages with Jack Cole, Bill Ward and Bill Wenzel. This second volume of his work showcases more of his drawings. DeCarlo, Dan is the author of The Pin-Up Art of Dan DeCarlo Vol. 2, published 2007 under ISBN

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  • The Pin-Up Art of Dan DeCarlo Volume 1

    The Pin-Up Art of Dan DeCarlo Volume 1 The Pin-Up Art of Dan DeCarlo Volume 1 A handsome collection of rare pin-ups from the late cartoonist who defined Betty and Veronica's look. Details For nearly half a century, Dan DeCarlo was the Archie comic book artist and defined the look of every adolescent boy's dreams, Betty and Veronica, with their trademark upturned noses, tight sweaters, and barely-there mini-skirts. From 1956-1963, DeCarlo also produced hundreds of pin-up cartoons for the Humorama line of

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  • The Pin-Up Art of Dan de Carlo, Volume 2

    For more than 40 years, Dan DeCarlo was best known for his definitive rendition of Archie Comics' Betty and Veronica, two of comics' most beloved icons. But before joining Archie in the late 1950s and unbeknownst to many, DeCarlo was already honing his skills as a good girl artist for the Humorama line of digest magazines. Beginning in 1956, DeCarlo created hundreds of pin-up cartoons for titles such as Comedy, Jest, and Laugh Riot, where his line drawings and his exquisite ink-wash paintings shared the

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  • The Pin-Up Art of Dan DeCarlo, Vol. 2

    Oh, Betty! Pin-up beauties from the legendary Archie artist and creator of Josie & the Pussycats . For more than 40 years, Dan DeCarlo was best known for his definitive rendition of Archie Comics ' Betty and Veronica, two of comics' most beloved icons. But before joining Archie in the late 1950s and unbeknownst to many, DeCarlo was already honing his skills as a good girl artist for the Humorama line of digest magazines. Beginning in 1956, DeCarlo created hundreds of pin-up cartoons for titles such as

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  • The Pin-Up Art of Humorama

    During the 1950s, under the Humorama banner, Abe Goodman churned out scores of cheap digest-sized magazines that featured cheesecake photos and single panel pin-up cartoons. The digests featured the likes of Playboy 's Jack Cole, Archie 's Dan DeCarlo and glamour girl legend Bill Ward. In addition to these three pin-up cartooning luminaries, other notable who contributed to the pages of the Humorama digests included longtime illustrator Jefferson Machamer; Basil Wolverton, who influenced a generation of

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  • PIN-UP & EROTICA • MEN'S MAGAZINES • ADAM

    PIN-UP & EROTICA • MEN'S MAGAZINES • ADAM Adam V1#1 (1956 ) SOLD Includes contributions from Joanne Arnold, Pat Dorsey & K. Robert Howard. Knight Publishing Corp. [First Printing] Magazine is Very Good Minus. (Water damage to upper edge, ½" tear on back cover.) Adam V1#2 (1956 ) SOLD Includes contributions from Candy Barr (including centerfold), Kalantan & Jody Nelson. Knight Publishing Corp. [First Printing] Magazine is Very Good Plus. (Mild chipping lower right cover, stress marks along spine.) Adam

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  • Pin-Up Art Of Bill Ward

    The Pin-Up Art of Bill Ward continues Fantagraphics' dedication to showcasing the best of the classic pin-up artists. Culling through thousands of images, editor Alex Chun has selected the best of Ward's Conte crayon pin-ups, including many of his infamous telephone girls, many of which have not seen print in almost half a century. In those countless cheap and long forgotten men's humor magazines, Ward's voluptuous 'girly' drawings shared the pages with photos of Bettie Page and

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  • Good Girls & Bad Girls - Comic Book Pinups

    Good Girls & Bad Girls - Comic Book Pinups Good Girls & Bad Girls - Comic Book Pinups Posted on November 30, 2013 by Vampirella While the majority of pinup girls were living, breathing human beings, photographed for postcards, posters and magazines, there has long been a tradition of pinups created with pencil, pen, paints and paper. From the earliest days of comic books, artists began created female characters designed specifically for a male readership. Just as male superheroes were endowed with bulging

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  • PIN-UP ART OF HUMORAMA GN (MR)

    > PIN-UP ART OF HUMORAMA GN (MR) PIN-UP ART OF HUMORAMA GN (MR ) JUN111099 Product Description During the 1950s, Abe Goodman-brother of Marvel Comics publisher Martin Goodman-was the largest buyer of cartoons in the world. Publishing out of New York City under the Humorama banner, Goodman churned out scores of cheap digest-sized magazines boasting inventive titles like Romp, Stare and Joker that featured hackneyed jokes, cheesecake photos and the publications bread and butter, single panel pin-up

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