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Mark Schultz, Xenozoic Tales #6, page 4 - Comic Strip

Xenozoic Tales #6, page 4

Comic Strip
30 x 45 cm (11.81 x 17.72 in.)


Mark Schultz - Xenozoic Tales #6, page 4 Original Art (Kitchen Sink, 1988). Acknowledging his early influences, most notably Wallace Wood and Al Williamson, Mark Schultz took inspiring elements of their work, weaving them into his own distinctive style for Xenozoic Tales. This engaging page from the story, "Green Air," is eloquently expressed with Schultz's beautiful line work. The image area measures 11" x 16.5"

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About Mark Schultz

Mark Schultz (born June 7, 1955) is an American writer and illustrator of books and comics. His most widely-recognized work is his self-created and owned comic book series, Xenozoic Tales, about a post-apocalyptic world where dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures coexist with humans. He is also the current writer of the Prince Valiant comic strip. First comics work. In the early 1980s, Schultz became interested in the burgeoning underground comics scene, which allowed independent artists to publish stories outside the traditional assembly-line approach of the mainstream comics industry. He also became attracted to the art of the classic stories published by EC Comics in the 1950s. At one point, he took the few boxes of 1960s and early 1970s Marvel and DC comic books he owned to a local comic book store and traded them for a large collection of EC Comics. From then on, he began to hone his illustration style to emulate that of classic EC artists.