A huge congrats goes out to MN CBIG member RD HcHattie for her recently released ebook "My Comic Mom" Following success of her other books "Returning to Denver" and "Oxford Vindaloo", this is sure to be another wonderful success! Here is a little about the ebook
This exclusive ebook bio about a lost female artist from the Golden Age of Comics, skips the sappy stuff as it digs into the lifelong career of Vee Quintal Pearson. At 19 she penciled, inked and lettered her first action comics which eventually amassed more than 534* full pages published in just under a decade of work as lead artist for the FIRST weekly full-color comic book: Heroes All, beginning Sept. 1943
Part II -- features later freelance work, strange hobbies, Vee's return to illustration work and comics in the 1980's, and both our arrivals in Uptown during a comic book resurgence!
To get your copy of "My Comic Mom", click the link here
|Self portrait Robyn Dean (HcHattie) from A Black Cat Named Smokey, 1992|
|"The Band Needs Flavoring", detail self-portrait by Vee Quintal|