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Yesterday's Tomorrows Rian Hughes Collected Comics by Rian Hughes

Yesterday's Tomorrows Rian Hughes Collected Comics


Yesterday's Tomorrows Rian Hughes Collected Comics by Rian Hughes

This eclectic and stylish collection of comics from renowned illustrator and graphic designer, Rian Hughes, features his most infamous and hard-to-find work. It includes collaborations the with Eisner Award-winner Grant Morrison, and their creations 'Dan Dare' and 'Really and Truly.' Hughes clean graphic style really comes into play with duotone prints like 'The Science Service' written by John Freeman and 'Goldfish' written by Raymond Chandler. As well as sketchbook pages, merchandise and rare strips, the book features an introduction by comics guru Paul Gravett.

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Publication date

1st February 2011


Rian Hughes

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Image Comics


264 pages


Comic book & cartoon art



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