WULF THE BRITON: THE COMPLETE ADVENTURES by Ron Embleton
In 1957 celebrated British artist Ron Embleton (best known for the Penthouse magazine strip, Oh, Wicked Wanda!, among others) assumed duties on the Express Weekly children's magazine historical adventure, Wulf the Briton. Embleton subsequently began scripting the series in addition to illustrating it. His four-year stint produced over 300 pages of meticulously painted artwork, compiled in this deluxe limited-edition (400 copies worldwide) hardcover.
Book Palace Books
HC, 352 pages, color
THE DON LAWRENCE WESTERNS: WELLS FARGO AND PONY EXPRESS
This limited-edition hardcover--700 copies worldwide--collects the Westerns comic strips of British writer-author Don Lawrence (Storm, The Rise and Fall of the Tigran Empire). His Wells Fargo and Pony Express adventures feature cowboy heroes Wyatt Earp, Wild Bill Hickok, and Apache chief Cochise across young America's wild, wild west.
Book Palace Books
HC, 208 pages, black + white
(Pulp's Art has a selection of books from The Book Palace, a London based publisher of books specializing in bringing classic U.K. comic strips and illustration back into print, including several from Frank Bellamy.)
ATELIER SERIES OFFICIAL CHRONICLE
This collection compiles character designs, pinups, profile data, creator interviews and promotional art from the world of Atelier, Japan's landmark series of magical-fantasy role-playing games.
SC, 272 pages, color
Coming Soon & Restocked
We recently received The Art of Tangled back in stock and several other popular animation books, including the seminal Disney book Illusion of Life, and two from the young Pixar artist Sanjay Patel: Little Book of Hindu Deities, and his distinctive take on the Hindu classic, Ramayana.
Very soon, we'll have Mark Schultz Various Drawing #5 and Al Williamson Archives #2
in the store from Flesk Publications. In addition to these, we'll have a restock of the very popular fantasy Legend of Steel Bashaw, by Petar Meseldzija.
In mid-June, we should receive a selection of long out-of-print and extremely rare books, including some children stories illustrated by the brilliant animation artist Carter Goodrich, as well as books of western art by Frank C. McCarthy, Roy Andersen and Harold Von Schmidt.