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The Marvel Art of the Brothers Hildebrandt

Greg Hildebrandt, Tim Hildebrandt (Illustrator)

Hardcover

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Description

Fans of classic fantasy illustration, and Marvel's most iconic characters, are in for a one-of-a-kind treat with this deluxe, oversized artbook!

Greg and Tim Hildebrandt, collectively known as the Brothers Hildebrandt, have been at the forefront of fantasy illustration for six decades. In the 1970s their wildly popular and universally acclaimed J. R. R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings calendars helped to reintroduce new generations to this seminal fantasy work. Over the decades, the Brothers have created iconic images for Star Wars, Harry Potter, Magic The Gathering, and many more.

And then came Marvel. In 1994, Greg and Tim began an amazing relationship with Marvel Comics, producing the incredible Marvel Masterpieces trading card set, featuring all of The House of Ideas' most incredible characters: Spider-Man, Captain America, Black Panther, X-Men, Fantastic Four and so many others! That entire set is reproduced here, as well as showcasing model photos and preliminary drawings of the paintings.

Also included is the X-Men 2099 painted graphic novel by the Brothers (written by John Francis Moore), as well as a treasure trove of their entire output for Marvel, all illustrations from 1994 to today--more trading cards, posters, and others, and with insightful commentary, amusing anecdotes, and candid reminisces by the one and only Greg Hildebrandt.

IDW Publishing, 9781684057481, 284pp.

Publication Date: January 26, 2021



About the Author

Greg and Tim Hildebrandt are internationally known illustrators. They are best known for painting fantasy and sci-fi art, having painted the 1977,'78,'79 J.R.R. Tolkien Lord of the Rings Calendars, as well as the original Star Wars movie posters. They have worked in many other fields as well--including comic books--doing various trading card sets and comic covers. Sadly, Tim passed away in 2006, but Greg still works doing book covers, commercial art, advertising art and private commissions.