Things You'Ve Always Wanted to Know About Monsters by Tony Tallarico

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Tony Tallarico (born 1933) is an American comic book artist, and children's book illustrator and author. Tallarico drew primarily for Charlton Comics and Dell Comics - including for the comic book Lobo, the first to star an African-American. Tallarico was born in Brooklyn, New York City, and attended New York City's School of Industrial Art, the Brooklyn Museum Art School, and the School of Visual Arts. He got his start in comics in 1953, penciling and self-inking stories for such publishers as Charlton Comics, Trojan, and the David C. Cook Publishing Company, for which he contributed to a newspaper Sunday-supplement comic book similar to "The Spirit Section". Tallarico's work includes issues of the Charlton superhero comic Blue Beetle and its TV tie-in and teen idol comics Bewitched and Bobby Sherman. He also drew Dell's 1966-1967 Frankenstein and Dracula superhero series.

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Published October 1, 1977 by Putnam Publishing House.
Genres: Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction