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Andelman, Bob: Will Eisner. A Spirited Life. Milwaukie: M Press, 2005. (376 S.)
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ID no. (ISBN etc.): 1595820116
BibTeX citation key: Andelman2005
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Keywords: Biographie, Eisner. Will, USA
Publisher: M Press (Milwaukie)
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Internationally recognized for his genre-busting 1940s art and storytelling style on The Spirit, Will Eisner’s greatest legacy may be the graphic novels he championed and created. He was an American master whose work in comics permanently altered the face of global pop culture. A Spirited Life explores Eisner’s amazing life, detailing a career that spanned seventy years and saw him educate several generations of Army soldiers in the innovative PS Magazine and create the first widely known graphic novel, A Contract with God. Eisner also introduced some of the world’s greatest comics art talent: Bob Kane (Batman), Jack Kirby (Fantastic Four), Jules Feiffer, Dave Berg (Mad), and Joe Kubert (Tarzan). And he inspired generations of modern artists and writers, including Frank Miller (Sin City), Robert Crumb, Harlan Ellison, Neil Gaiman (Sandman, American Gods), Brad Bird (The Incredibles), Patrick McDonnell (Mutts), and Art Spiegelman (Maus).
A Spirited Life also includes interviews with many of Eisner’s contemporaries, such as Alan Moore, Dave Gibbons, Neil Gaiman, Denis Kitchen, Jim Warren, Dave Sim, Denny O’Neil, and Stan Lee.
Author Bob Andelman spent almost three years interviewing Eisner, researching his life and work, and interviewing his friends, family, and the creative talents he inspired throughout the twentieth century. He recounts Eisner’s personal and professional life in dramatic detail.
With an introduction by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Michael Chabon (The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay) and an appreciation by artist Neal Adams.
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