Colleen Doran is an American writer-artist and cartoonist. She illustrated hundreds of comics, graphic novels, books and magazines, including the autobiographical graphic novel of Marvel Comics editor and writer Stan Lee entitled Amazing Fantastic Incredible Stan Lee, which became a New York Times bestseller.
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KINUKO CRAFT: VISIONS OF BEAUTY is simply the most exquisite fantasy art book I own, over 300 illustrations by my favorite illustrator, with superior production, design and reproduction on every level. I cannot recommend this book enough! – source
The year is 1964. Bobby Bailey doesn’t realize he is about to fulfill his tragic destiny when he walks into a US Army recruitment office to join up. Close-mouthed, damaged, innocent, trying to forget a past and looking for a future, it turns out that Bailey is the perfect candidate for a secret U.S. government experimental program, an unholy contin...
I was rooting for Barry Windsor-Smith to win all the Eisner love for MONSTERS, and he sure did. This book is strange, disturbing, dark, intense and unique. Can't recommend it enough. – source
Cannot recommend this book enough, the Holodomor, Stalin-engineered genocide in Ukraine. Extraordinary work by @anneapplebaum – source
A master of literary transformation, Pulitzer Prize-winner Steven Millhauser turns his attention to the transformations of love in these three hypnotic novellas. While ostensibly showing her home to a prospective buyer, the narrator of “Revenge” unfolds an origami-like narrative of betrayal and psychic violence. In “An Adventure of Don Juan” the le...
I'm often asked what are among my favorite modern retellings of Arthurian legends, and "The King in the Tree" is in the top five. By Steven Millhauser. A book of three novellas, only one about Arthurian legends. An exquisite book. – source
My cover art for Tanith Lee's THE SILVER METAL LOVER , adapted into a graphic novel by Trina Robbins. The original novel was my favorite book for many years, and it was probably the first major science fiction romance novel. Tanith died in 2015. – source
The editors of Victoria invite you to join us in dreaming of a world of stunning beauty overflowing with heritage, enduring romantic charm, and incomparable grace.Our Hearts Are in England is a bucolic sojourn through this "green and pleasant land" of scenic byways and quaint villages, glorious gardens, and quintessential cottages. Filled with lush...