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Fleetway Picture Library Classics
Fleetway Picture Library Classics: WESTERNS featuring the art of Giovannini (Limited Edition)

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Four complete stories featuring the atmospheric Western art of Ruggero Giovannini.

Introduction to Ruggero Giovannini by Diego Cordoba

Thriller Picture Library #187

Thriller Picture Library #270

The Bounty Hunters
Thriller Picture Library #286

Gun Fury
Thriller Picture Library #327

All art by Ruggero Giovannini.

All four of the stories in this collection were drawn by the great Ruggero Giovannini and were originally published in Thriller Picture Library issues 187, 270, 286 and 327 between 1957 and 1960. Today, Giovannini is mainly remembered in England for the many western, adventure and historical comic strips he drew in a realistic style, packed with plenty of action on each page.

His style, inspired by Milton Caniff and Will 'Red Barry' Gould, has a way of telling a story which is fast-paced, occasionally using heavy shadows, and accompanied with his quickly rendered, yet effective, inking. Equally at ease in any time period, from Ancient Rome to the Wild West, we are pleased to bring Giovannini's dynamic artwork before a modern audience.

A Book Palace Books publication.

Authors: Various; Diego Cordobo (introduction)
Artist: Ruggero Giovannini
Publisher: Book Palace Books, November 2020
Number of pages: 272
Format: Flexi Cover; Black & White illustrations
Size: 6" x 8" (165mm x 215mm)
ISBN: 9781907081927

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