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Celebrate all the fabulous artists who drew the iconic Trigan Empire comic strip that first appeared in Ranger and then Look and Learn from 1965 to 1982, a run of 854 issues in total.
One of the most fondly remembered British strips was the fully painted The Rise and Fall of the Trigan Empire
. With its pseudo retro setting in a world resembling Ancient Rome, but with the advances of science in its weapons and flying vehicles, it set the standard in boys' comics from the 1960s onwards.
But it was mainly the absolutely stunning artwork of its initial artist, Don Lawrence, that made it such a fan-favourite. We take a close look at the artwork and feature panels in detail from the various artists who contributed to the series. The majority of the artwork was scanned from the originals and reproduced at their actual size to see the artwork in all its glorious detail.
The Illustration Art Gallery at Book Palace has a trove of material from the Trigan Empire, showcasing the work of all the artists who collaborated on the series. Includes a complete Stripography and feature articles on the Artists: Don Lawrence
A Book Palace Books
Don Lawrence, Ron Embleton, Miguel Quesada, Gerry Wood, Oliver Frey, Philip Corke, Ernest RatcliffPublisher:
Book Palace Books, January 2024Number of pages:
Soft Cover; Full Colour illustrationsSize:
9" x 11" (216mm x 280mm)ISBN:
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Trigan Empire ORIGINAL ART BOARDS by Embleton, Lawrence, Frey, Wood, Quesada and Corke