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The Spirit Archives, Vol. 11: July 1 to December 30, 1945 download ebook
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Written by. Will Eisner. The Spirit Archives (25 items) list by Sandrick. Published 10 years, 7 months ago.

Written by. View all The Spirit Archives, Vol. 11: July 1 - December 30, 1945 lists. 11: July 1 - December 30, 1945 pictures. Manufacturer: DC Comics Release date: 1 September 2003 ISBN-10 : 1563899892 ISBN-13: 9781563899898.

Start by marking The Spirit Archives, Vol. 11 as Want to Read . 11 as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. Reprinting the original newspaper sections that appeared from July 1, 1945 to December 30, 1945, this beautiful book marks the return of highly acclaimed artist and writer Will Eisner to In the eleventh volume of the comprehensive award-winning Spirit anthology series, Denny Colt continues his battle for the weak and oppressed as the fedora-wearing, crime fighting Spirit. Reprinting the original newspaper sections that appeared from July 1, 1945 to December 30, 1945, this beautiful book marks the return of highly acclaimed artist and writer Will Eisner to the series that he created.

I highly recommend this title to any comic book fan in general, but particularly to the Eisner and war comic enthusiasts, as it is one great addition to any collection. 7 people found this helpful.

Reprinting Spirit sections from July 1, 1945 to December 30, 1945! In late 1945 Will Eisner received his honorable discharge from the . Army, and in December of that year he returned to his masterwork - The Spirit! Talent. Introduction Michael T. Gilbert. Series: Will eisner's the spirit archives 2000.

Will Eisner Archive Archive Spirit DC Comics. Written and Illustrated by Will Eisner. Uploaded: 2013-07-11 04:27:18 GMT. By: LeonardTSpock. Vol 1 June 2 to December 29, 1940 - 218 pages Vol 2 January 5 to June 29, 1941 - 208 pages Vol 3 July 6 to December 28, 1941 - 209 pages Vol 4 January 4 to June 28, 1942 - 209 pages Vol 5 July 5 to December 27, 1942 - 209 pages Vol 6 January 3 to June 27, 1943 - 209 pages Vol 4 July. 4 to December 26, 1943 - 209 pages. I think the volume numbers ran up into the 20s, maybe even the 30s. LeonardTSpock at 2013-07-11 05:34 CET: Most welcome, binderguy1.

Find will eisner spirit from a vast selection of Books. The Spirit Archives 25 Will Eisner Good. Will Eisner's The Spirit Archives, Vol. 13 (July 7-December 29, 1946) (Spirit.

The Spirit: How It Came to Be (Table of Contents: 1). text article, 4 pages (report information). from The Spirit (Register and Tribune Syndicate, 1940 series) (November 3, 1940). The Kiss of Death (Table of Contents: 27).

Full color cover; Full color interior ( 26); Black and white interior with partial color (. The Spirit: How It Came to Be (Table of Contents: 1). Spirit, comic story, 7 pages (report information).

SPIRIT ARCHIVES, VOLUME 19, JULY 3 TO DECEMBER 25, 1949 By Will Eisner EXCELLENT.

50 Inches Book is in Like New, near Mint Condition. Will include 184062295133. SPIRIT ARCHIVES, VOLUME 19, JULY 3 TO DECEMBER 25, 1949 By Will Eisner EXCELLENT.

Collects stories from classic Spirit adventures in which a murdered detective fights crime from beyond the grave.
Reviews:
  • Dagdage
This volume of The Spirit Archives reprints the comics from the second half of 1945. Spirit creator Will Eisner was in the Army during World War II, so the comics from that time period were done by other people. Most of the comics in this volume were drawn by Lou Fine. He was a good artist, but he was no Will Eisner. The strips he drew here are okay, but they some of the weakest Spirit comics ever. However, Eisner did get out of the service in time to do the last two Spirit comics of 1945, which saves this book somewhat.
  • Damdyagab
Eisner at his peak. Another amazing collection. I'm actually getting sad I'm starting to near the end of the series ... but I can always read these all over again once I do!
  • Goltigor
Will Eisner was drafted to join World War II and left management of The Spirit production to others. After getting his honorable discharge from the Army, he returned to the production. While only the last few stories are Eisner's actual work, the rest of them are still great, even if they personally lack Eisner's charm.
  • Conjuril
Excelent!I recomend it!
  • Mojind
I have bought the first 10 volumes in this series, and find the print quality and colors in this edition just wonderful. As some of the reviewers have pointed out, Eisner had a WW II service hiatus from 1942 to 1945.

It. is certainly noticeable to a canny viewer that the way of drawing view angles and characters during the years when Eisner was absent is different in subtle ways. But I don't find volumes 4 to 11 as being unworthy of attention because Eisner didn't write or draw most of the stories.

The artist who filled in for Eisner in his absence added some elements that would become significant in The Spirit's style when Eisner was back at the helm from 1945 to 1952. Most noticeably, The Spirit's eyes became much more expressive during the war years, something that Eisner hadn't explored in his early stories, and which would become a defining element in his post-45 stories.

It is in the war year volumes that we see The Spirit get shot and wounded for the first time. The Spirit's gunshot and knife wounds would also become a far more prominent feature in Eisner's narratives.

Eisner chose his ghost writers and artists to continue the strip, including Manly Wade Wellman, William Woolfolk, and Lou Fine himself, as the preface states. They had worked with him on The Spirit during its first couple of years, and the artists were thoroughly familiar with Eisner's philosophy regarding storylines and drawing style.

So while I no doubt prefer the stories written and drawn by Eisner himself, the stories in vols. 3-10 aren't automatic throwaways. Rather, they represent a development in style from which Eisner took the best elements, making his Spirit stories 1946-52 rise far above earlier The Spirit stories and all other comics as well.
  • Ohatollia
First off, Will Eisner had nothing to do with most of the stories in this volume. Most of the stories in this volume are fairly dull and predictable, the wonderful wit and humor of The Spirit being replaced by pretty lame one-liners. Not exactly bad, but not memorable.
This volume is notable for the return of Will Eisner in its final two stories. Fresh out of the service following World War II, he offers up a couple of humorous stories that point the book back to its roots with style and wit.
  • Quynaus
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.