This hefty volume examines the master artist's wonderful designs for dozens of cartoon series. Included are model sheets and storyboards for Space Ghost, The Herculoids, The Fantastic Four, The Galaxy Trio, The Three Musketeers, The Super Friends, Shazzan, Mighty Mightor, Moby Dick, Sealab 2020, Bionic Six and many more! No serious fan of animation, super-heroes, or masters of comic book artwork should be without this book.
I finally got a copy of this book. I paid $60.00 dollars for it on ebay. If you want this book go to Ebay Auctions. Type in keyword Alex Toth in the search engine. It will give you a list of things offered which are associated with Alex Toth.
A Cast of Friends
Written by: Bill Hanna with Tom Ito
A Cast of Friends is Hanna's own story of his life as half of Hanna-Barbera.
1990's hardback book.
My life in Toons
Written by: Joe Barbera
This is a superb, art-packed tribute to one of the longest-lived creative teams in American animation! This lavish large book details the many iconic character H-B brought to the small screen for the last 40 years. Every character, from the best-known to the most obsucre, gets coverage here. The Flinstones, Jonny Quest, The Jetsons, Scooby-Doo, Quick Draw McGraw, Huckleberry Hound, Space Ghost, and Shazzan to name a few.
Total TV Guide with a cover of Space Ghost. This book is really cool and gives you a whole new perspective on who Space Ghost was before he got his talk show.
This book has an interview with Space Ghost about his new Television Talk Show.
Comic Reader # 191
This magazine has a Space Ghost cover by Darrell McNeil and Larry Houston.
Inside are reviews, news columns, and upcoming comic listings. Also a review of the upcoming cartoon tv shows for 1981 by Darrell McNeil. Cartoons reviewed are Blackstar, Zorro, Super Friends, Thundarr the Barbarian, Goldie Gold, Shazam, Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends, and The Space Stars with Space Ghost, The Herculoids, Astro and the Space Mutts, and The Teen Force.
Article-The Space Ghost Special-By David Peattie and Donald K. Niven
48 page book due in December, will be written by Mark Evanier with art by Steve Rude, the man with "Born to Draw Space Ghost" tatooed on his arm. On actually sitting down and drawing Space Ghost, Kirby-Award winner Rude said in a recent Comics Journal (#117) that, "Alex Toth (Who did a lot of the show's original model sheets back in the mid 60's) gave him, Space Ghost, a very particular set of proportions, which I had to memorize." In the Comico Black Book Rude puts it this way: "Most important to me was to capture the dramatic essence of this show while keeping things simple." Ken Steacy will paint backgrounds, on the book; Willie Blyberg will ink. As we stated, it will be a 48-page deluxe squarebound edition and iwll sell for $3.50. It will aslo contain original models sheets from the TV series. (At least one of them will be by Toth!) Evanier expects to cram in as many old Space Ghost villains from the TV series as he possibly can. The promo-ads say, "23 years in the making...Now, he faces his greatest challenge!" It goes without saying that the cast of the book will include Jan, Jace, and of course everybody's favorite, Blip.
Comics Journal # 176
If anyone has a copy of this book could you please email me and possibly send a scanned picture.
Comic Buyers Guide #1208
Written by: Jim Korkis and John Crawley
Printed 1991/170 Pages
Chapters include: Animated Super Heroes of the 1960's (Space Ghost, Fantastic Four, Secret Squirrel, Underdog, Atom Ant, etc.) Snap, Crackle Cartoon Cereals Characters. Radio Toons: Calvin and the Colonel, Betty Boop, and Popeye, and The Animated Adventures of Dick Tracy Also history guide to animation art collecting.
Featuring articles about Clint Eastwood, Space Ghost, Weird Al Yankovic.
The Hanna-Barbera Treasury: Rare Art and Mementos from your Favorite Cartoon Classics
Here, for the first time, is a showcase presentation of the best of the art from the legendary Hanna-Barbera studio.
The Hanna-Barbera Treasury celebrates the legacy of Bill Hanna and Joe Barbera through more than five decades of rare drawings, storyboards, concept art, and memorabilia from studio archives and private collections. It includes more than 24 removable artifacts and facsimile reproductions, as well as photographs, sketches, comic book covers, brochures, and posters. Vintage art, rare merchandising images, retro product packages, and archival newspaper and magazine ads transport the reader back in time to an era when a brave new medium invaded our living rooms to create a new art form: the prime-time family cartoon.
In a world flooded by rapidly changing images, few are able to maintain the appeal that has defined the characters of Hanna-Barbera for more than 50 years. Since first joining forces as a pair of young animators, Bill Hanna and Joe Barbera won the hearts of more than three generations. The duo won seven Academy awards at MGM during the golden age of the Hollywood cartoon, and still, decades later, their best-loved characters, having made their debut in television's early days, are household names.
Today, it is not uncommon for three generations to share the joy of Hanna-Barbera's creations, including such classics as Huckleberry Hound, Tom and Jerry, Scooby-Doo, Yogi Bear, The Flintstones, The Jetsons, Jonny Quest, Magilla Gorilla, Top Cat, and Space Ghost. Written by animation historian Jerry Beck, The Hanna-Barbera Treasury will be eagerly sought by those who grew up with these characters as well as a new generation of cartoon fans.