By TIm Janson April 26, 2013 7. Will Eisner Will Eisner’s place on this list is not only due to his remarkable creative ability but also due to his influence on many of the great artists of the Golden Age. Eisner, along with partner Jerry Iger founded the Eisner & Iger Studio in 1936.
by Thomas Knowlton Mid-Manhattan Library, Language and Literature May 10, 2013 For this month’s Reader’s Den, we’ll be hosting an online book discussion of Will Eisner’s The Contract With God Trilogy: Life on Dropsie Avenue. This is only the second time we have featured a graphic novel (the first was Joe Sacco’s Palestine in October
BlogPost 36 in our ongoing salute to the US Army’s historic and pace-setting “PS Magazine” features pictures and news regarding the move of the “PS” staff into new offices in a recently refurbished building on Redstone Arsenal (Huntsville, Alabama). The “PS” program continues as an element of the US Army Logistics Support Activity (LOGSA) under
By Scott Vanderploeg ComicBookDaily.com After much delay, and that’s being kind, I was blown away by Will Eisner’s The Spirit Artist’s Edition. Those reading this who wonder if this book is worth the money should run to their nearest comic shop and buy it while they can. All the pages in this book have been