Paul Smith's Uncanny X-Men Artist's Edition

Illustrated by Paul Smith
Hardcover
$150.00 US
0"W x 0"H x 0"D   | 20 oz | 12 per carton
On sale Dec 10, 2024 | 204 Pages | 9798887241791
| Rated T
A veritable cornucopia of classic Paul Smith original X-Men art, collected into one glorious Artist’s Edition!

A veritable cornucopia of classic Paul Smith original X-Men art has been scanned at high resolution in color—although the art appears to be in black and white, all Artist’s Editions are shot in color so all the subtle nuances are clearly visible to the reader—and printed at 100 percent size as drawn, a massive 12 × 17 inches. The only better way to see Paul Smith’s original art would be to hold it in your own hands.
Chris Claremont was the guiding force for the X-Men for several decades, writing for all of the top artists on the series: Dave Cockrum, John Byrne, Paul Smith, Marc Silvestri, Jim Lee, and more. He is the X-Men writer.

Paul Smith began his comics career in the first issue of Marvel Fanfare and graduated to the main X-Men artist soon after. Besides the X-Men, he has done runs on Doctor Strange, Nexus, and The Golden Age. His creator-owned comic Leave It to Chance was created with noted comics writer James Robinson.

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A veritable cornucopia of classic Paul Smith original X-Men art, collected into one glorious Artist’s Edition!

A veritable cornucopia of classic Paul Smith original X-Men art has been scanned at high resolution in color—although the art appears to be in black and white, all Artist’s Editions are shot in color so all the subtle nuances are clearly visible to the reader—and printed at 100 percent size as drawn, a massive 12 × 17 inches. The only better way to see Paul Smith’s original art would be to hold it in your own hands.

Creators

Chris Claremont was the guiding force for the X-Men for several decades, writing for all of the top artists on the series: Dave Cockrum, John Byrne, Paul Smith, Marc Silvestri, Jim Lee, and more. He is the X-Men writer.

Paul Smith began his comics career in the first issue of Marvel Fanfare and graduated to the main X-Men artist soon after. Besides the X-Men, he has done runs on Doctor Strange, Nexus, and The Golden Age. His creator-owned comic Leave It to Chance was created with noted comics writer James Robinson.