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THE INVINCIBLE GENE COLAN

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THE INVINCIBLE GENE COLAN

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He was called The Dean of Comics, The Shadow Master, and Marvel’s Iron Horse. His cinematic storytelling is instantly recognizable to generations of comic book readers. He stands out as one of the most influential and beloved of the many artists who illustrated our favorite comic book characters. He actually defined the way we feel about them—from Daredevil and Iron Man to Howard the Duck and Tomb of Dracula.

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He was called The Dean of Comics, The Shadow Master, and Marvel’s Iron Horse. His cinematic storytelling is instantly recognizable to generations of comic book readers. He stands out as one of the most influential and beloved of the many artists who illustrated our favorite comic book characters. He actually defined the way we feel about them—from Daredevil and Iron Man to Howard the Duck and Tomb of Dracula.

Aardwolf-Exclusive editions are available with bookplates that are signed and/or remarqued by the late Gene Colan himself.

In February of 2010, Marvel Entertainment LLC released THE INVINCIBLE GENE COLAN (Hardcover, 128 pages). Edited by Clifford Meth and including observations from Stan Lee, Neil Gaiman, Walter Simonson, Marv Wolfman, Tom Palmer and John Romita Sr., it is also a stunning visual tribute and biography of one of the most brilliant, sublime and influential comic artists in the genre’s history.

Many of you know that Aardwolf worked with the Colan family for over 15 years. We are proud to have published many of Gene’s original works, and to have participated in several fund-raising auctions when his health was threatened.

Aardwolf was awarded the opportunity to offer the signed, limited editions of this extraordinary book. Together with Gene Colan, Aardwolf produced exclusive signed/numbered copies as well as the extremely limited double-lettered remarqued, book-plated edition (each containing a unique sketch from the hand of Gene Colan).