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Spirit, The - Achives VOL 10 [Hardcover]

Will Eisner
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May 1 2003 Spirit Archives (Book 10)
Featuring nearly 200 pages of classic Spirit adventures originally published from January to June 1945! The Spirit wrangles with jailbreaks, grifters, murderers, and more! Plus, a portfolio of Eisner's military-related artwork produced while he was in the Army!

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3.0 out of 5 stars The Spirit Archives Series April 3 2004
Format:Hardcover
Will Eisner is the only comic book artist to ever have his work shown in a museum of art. His most important work is the Spirit. The Spirit Archives series has brought together all of his work, that was printed in a weekly newspaper insert. However, after the work found in volumes 1 and 2, Eisner was called to active duty and served in the army during World War II. The Spirit carried on, but it was drawn by other artists. Eisner's work does not pick up again until the stories found in Volume 12 of the Archives series. The work in Volumes 3-11 is fine, but it is not the work of Will Eisner.
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3.0 out of 5 stars The Spirit Archives Series April 3 2004
By Dr. Jeff Ennis - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Hardcover
Will Eisner is the only comic book artist to ever have his work shown in a museum of art. His most important work is the Spirit. The Spirit Archives series has brought together all of his work, that was printed in a weekly newspaper insert. However, after the work found in volumes 1 and 2, Eisner was called to active duty and served in the army during World War II. The Spirit carried on, but it was drawn by other artists. Eisner's work does not pick up again until the stories found in Volume 12 of the Archives series. The work in Volumes 3-11 is fine, but it is not the work of Will Eisner.
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3.0 out of 5 stars You infuriate me! Nov. 25 2008
By Johnny Heering - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Hardcover|Verified Purchase
This volume of The Spirit Archives covers the first half of 1945. Spirit creator (and genius of the comic book artform) was in the army at the time, so the comics were written and drawn by other people. They are decent comics, but the ones done by Eisner himself are much better.
5.0 out of 5 stars I love it Sept. 9 2014
By Luiz R. F. Curado - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Hardcover
Excelent! I recommend it!
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