THE LOST ART OF KREIGH COLLINS, Vol. 1: Mitzi McCoy
Introduction by Eisner Award-winning author Frank M. Young, Edited by Brian Collins
Partnering with Kreigh Collins grandson, Lost Art Books will be kicking off the first in a series of books on Collins career by collecting his seminal newspaper strip Mitzi McCoy in its entirety. Although well-established as an illustrator, Mitzi McCoy was Collins first syndicated comic strip, eventually morphing into one of the great adventure comic strips of all time, Kevin the Bold. As with all of Lost Art Books’ volumes, this book will have a substantial introduction that charts Collins’ life and work, and will include never-before-seen examples of his work as well as family photos. written by the Eisner Award-nominated biographyLook for more information in future newsletters or on our website.
Spring 2017 • color • paperback
THE LOST ART OF DAN SMITH
Another book years in the making, Lost Art Books is proud to officially announce our most ambitious project yet, The Lost Art of Dan Smith. This massive tome will include hundreds of pieces by this unsung master reproduced from original art, proof sheets, and meticulously restored newspapers and books. We are working closely with Smith’s only known descendants to provide not only a wealth of beautiful art but to weave together a tapestry of an artist’s life that precious little has been known about up to this time. Look for more information in future newsletters or on our website.
Spring 2016 • color • hardcover
THE LOST ART OF ETHEL HAYS
Foreword by Trina Robbins, Essay by Kerry Roeder
Hundreds of beautifully rendered pen-and-ink drawings from this pioneering flapper-era cartoonist.
Winter 2015 • B&W • paperback