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Stewart, Bhob (Hrsg.): Against The Grain. Mad Artist Wallace Wood. Raleigh: TwoMorrows, 2003. (329 S.) 
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Resource type: Book
Languages: englisch
BibTeX citation key: Stewart2003a
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Keywords: Aufsatzsammlung, Bildband, Biographie, USA, Wood. Wallace
Creators: Stewart
Publisher: TwoMorrows (Raleigh)
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Abstract
Bhob Stewart’s long-awaited Against the Grain: Mad Artist Wallace Wood is the definitive book ever produced on the career of one of science fiction and comics’ finest artists. In addition to a remarkable memoir of life at the Wood Studio, former Wood associate Bhob Stewart also provides a biographical portrait, tracing Wood’s life from Minnesota to Manhattan while exploring the humorous spirit, dark detours, and psychological twists of a gifted maverick who often went against the grain. From childhood drawings and ambitious teenage samples to an endless parade of pages for a variety of publishers – Avon, EC, Fox, Marvel, Warren, and more – plus illustrations for Galaxy Science Fiction, this is the most stunning display of Wood art ever assembled. Many of the artists and writers who knew Wood personally have also contributed articles and essays, making this book a huge compendium of imaginative art, insights and critical commentary. Bill Pearson, executor of the Wood Estate, has made available rare drawings directly from Wood’s own files, while noted art collector Roger Hill, an authority on artists of the EC era, provides a wealth of obscure, previously unpublished Wood drawings and paintings.

Table of Contents

Maria Reidelbach: Introduction (1)
John Workman: Wood Paneling (3)
Bhob Stewart: Against the Grain (7)
Bhob Stewart: Wood’s First Comics Job (53)
Roger Hill: Avon Calling (59)
Bill Mason: A Thousand Rays in Your Belly (73)
Al Williamson: The Best Artist in the Business (101)
John Severin: Geronimo! (107)
Grant Geissman: When Better Drawrings Are Drawrn (115)
Roger Hill: Traveling through the Galaxys (123)
J.D. King: Wood Bounces (133)
Colonel Art Moger: Quote ’n’ Unquote (141)
Bhob Stewart: Chocolate-Covered Wood (143)
Len Brown: The Bubble Gum Years (147)
Russ Jones: West 74th Street (157)
Paul Krassner: A Case History of the Disneyland Memorial Orgy Poster (163)
Flo Steinberg: Blowing Down this Dusty Road (169)
Bhob Stewart: Wood Workers (171)
Ralph Reese: When in Doubt, Black it Out (173)
Diane Dillon: Our Gypsy Camp (177)
Tom Sutton: Strange Magic (179)
Trina Robbins: About Woody (183)
Rick Spanier: Wood at His witzend (187)
Larry Hama: Old Ink, New Ink (195)
Roger Hill: The Overseas Weekly Discovery (197)
Clark Dimond: From the Woodwork Out (203)
A.L. Sirois: Ghost Story (209)
Richard Bassford, Nicola Cuti, Paul Kirchner, Bill Pearson, Bhob Stewart: Rapping on Wood (215)
Paul Kirchner: Trajectories (241)
Wallace Wood: Wood Posts (263)
Wallace Wood: In France (273)
Wallace Wood: Self Portrait (279)
Bhob Stewart: There Are Good Guys and Bad Guys (291)
John Workman: The Third Man (311)
Contributor notes (323)
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