Kyle Baker Goes Through The Looking Glass
Howard Stern may be the self-proclaimed Master of All Media, but Kyle Baker is giving him a run for the title in the graphic story-telling media. He’s got his autobiographical family comedy, The Bakers, in development for television at Fox. He’s got his reality-base war comic, Special Forces, at Image. Abrams just published gorgeous hardcover and paperback editions of Nat Turner. He’s worked on Captain America and Plastic Man for the Big Two. He’s won every award comics can give.
And now, Papercutz is reprinting his early work, Through the Looking Glass, adapted for First Comics’ Classics Illustrated in 1990. Full-color, 56 pages, and gorgeous. Just $9.95, in time for the holidays.
This is the newest volume in Papercutz’ re-issue, following Michael Plessix’ version of The Wind in the Willows and Rick Geary’s adaptations of Great Expectations and The Invisible Man.