The art book publisher Abrams came out of the gate running this year with their new Comicarts imprint, which featured titles like Craig Yoe’s discovery of naughty Joe Schuster art, Secret Identity. What delights will the offer for the second half of the year? How about a new book by Alan Moore? Yes, it’s true; click on the link to find out more.
Editor and bon vivant Craig Yoe has created a Web site devoted to his new book Secret Identity: The Fetish Art of Superman’s Co-Creator Joe Shuster. Among other things the site features intersting stuff like Yoe talking about how the book’s cover came about and a good deal of risque art that didn’t make it into the book, so, you know, NSFW and all that. Check it out, but only in the comfort of your own home.
For day four of our ongoing tour of what awaits comic fans in 2009, we’re taking a look at a new publishing imprint, Abrams ComicArts. Abrams, as you may know, published a number of notable comic-related books last year, but now have set up their own subdivision devoted to the medium. You can learn more about the imprint here.
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