The book of ballads and sagas
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The Book Of Ballads, The Original Art Edition
Vess is balldas wonderful, Charles Vess illustrates many traditional folk ballads that have been rewritten by some fairly popular fantasy artists like Neil Gaiman or Emma Bull, reviewed, intricate black and white drawings in the style of Franklin Booth look him up - amazing pen and ink illustrations. Charless Vess is an amazing fantasy artist? In this graphic novel. .See other items More The edges were a bit bent during shipping but not enough to interfere with thd enjoyment of the book. Write a customer review. Customer Reviews Average Review!
Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon. Charles Vess is a master of art!!. A real delight, especially for fans of these songs as performed by such greats as Steeleye .
Some are pure black balladd white; others have lots of texture. No additional import charges at delivery. Sign in to check out Check out as guest. The ballads are first told via graphic novel I have had this graphic novel on my shelf to read forever.
As with the first issue, there are discographic notes. Maybe somethings are better left hidden in our hearts never to be brought into existence. I preferred the stories where the interpretation had been stretched a little further. Any international shipping and balllads charges are paid in part to Pitney Bowes Inc.
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Really cool things arrive here at Green Man for review, some so cool that they barely make it out of the wrappers before being snatched up by an eager staffer. Fortunately the revised and expanded publication now known as The Book of Ballads was intended specifically by Charles Vess for me, so a staffer reluctantly delivered it to my office as soon as it came in. Fortunately, I had just finished my interview with James Stoddard, so I was back in my office and free to sit down and look at it, which I did after putting a mylar on the lovely dust jacket. Now keep in mind what we have here is a substantially revised edition from the one Vess himself released nearly seven years ago as Ballads. One solution is to use an art form that is not usually associated with such things. In this case, I speak of the comic book, or as it is more usually known these days, the graphic novel. No word has been given on when or if the last two issues will ever come out.