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Variant cover for The Fox #5 by Alex Toth

Tue, November 19, 2013
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Archie comics Superhero brand Red Circle Comics recently brought back thier Superhero character "The Fox". Issue #5 will feature, ""...FIVE different variant covers, including one by legendary Fox artist Alex Toth."

Dean Haspiel and Mark Waid are bringing a fresh approach as well as paying homage to Toth's version of the character.

 

The Fox Number 5 Comic Book cover - Alex Toth


June 25 - Happy Birthday

Tue, June 25, 2013
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Happy Birthday Dad! Your memory and legacy lives on!

--Eric

 

 


Shel Dorf interview with Alex Toth

Thu, March 7, 2013
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Here is an interview Shelf Dorf conducted with Alex Toth. Scan provided by John Hitchcock. Read the interview.

 

 

 


Some reviews of 'Genius, Illustrated: The Life and Art of Alex Toth'

Sat, March 2, 2013
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Here are some reviews of "Genius, Illustrated: The Life and Art of Alex Toth". You can read the complete reviews by following the links.

"Now available from IDW Publishing and The Library of American Comics is Genius, Illustrated - the middle entry in a three volume project that examines the life and career of the undeniably great and simultaneously vastly unappreciated artist Alex Toth. Written and compiled by Dean Mullaney and Bruce Canwell, Genius, Illustrated gathers original comics pages, storyboards, animation model sheets, advertising art, correspondence, and sketchbook pages, and combines them with a detailed and touching biography to form the only truly definitive work on one of the most talented and quixotic men in comics history." Read more from John Parker at comicsalliance.com.

"It may only be February, but we already have a very strong candidate for the best archival comics work of the year.

Following on from its 2011 companion Genius Isolated, Genius Illustrated tells the story of the second half of the life and career of perhaps comics' greatest iconoclast and its strongest advocate for the "less is more" school of comics art. This book spans the later years of Alex Toth's life, from 1957 to his death in 2006, and thus presents the greatest artwork from the greatest period of the life of one of the most incomparable cartoonists of our time." Read more from Jason Sacks at comicsbulletin.com

 


High-res Batgirl from Andrew Whitehurst

Fri, November 9, 2012
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DC Showcase: House of Secrets (4)

collectingfool
Reply to this message   on 10-Aug-2008 8:01 pm CDT:

Yep, got it today. The five stories I listed in my prior post are in there. Reproduction isn't that great but they are certainly readable! It's not a lot of Toth but for $17 this 400+ page monster of Silver age art I believe is worth getting.

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This Guy Smoking Crack? (2)

collectingfool
Reply to this message   on 05-Aug-2008 4:04 pm CDT:

For those that haven't been on eBay this week, check this puppy out:

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ALEX TOTH BY DESIGN? (3)

collectingfool
Reply to this message   on 09-Aug-2008 9:46 pm CDT:

Well, I've scanned a page here or there to email to someone for reference but scanning the whole book would probably destroy the book binding. The way the book is put together to be able to get really good scans of every image you'd completely wreck the binding. Besides, that's a hell of a lot of scans and a website that would put all those images up would probably run into the same problem the original publisher had in the first place, a cease and desist order from H&B and probably DC as

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New Alex Toth Art! (3)

bentonjew
Reply to this message   on 20-Jul-2008 9:43 pm CDT:

Great Creepy pages. Interesting combo of the two artists. Leo did incredible work for Warren. I wish his work had caught on more here in the states. He did some freelance storyboarding at ILM, then later did work for Guillermo Del Toro on the first Hellboy movie. A very kind, softspoken old gentleman. Last I'd heard, he'd left L.A. and moved back to Europe. There was one incredible period piece he did for Eerie about two vampire twins. Great stuff! The work here Toth certainly made his

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