We Are Partners,Aren't We? ePub download
by Brian Apthorp
- ISBN: 1852524537
- ISBN13: 978-1852524531
- ePub: 1162 kb | FB2: 1518 kb
- Language: English
- Publisher: Management Books 2000 Ltd (June 30, 2004)
- Pages: 220
- Rating: 4.2/5
- Votes: 621
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Start by marking We Are Partners,Aren't We? as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The tone is initially light, anecdotal and amusing, but the angst of the many professionals interviewed is apparent.
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Personal History of Brian Apthorp is unknown. Brian Apthorp is a comic book artist that worked in the comic book industry during the 90's. He began his career working for Continuity Comics on their title Armor. He went on to work with Dark Horse. His first work for DC Comics was the 1994 Legion of Super-Heroes He continued to work on some Batman titles. He is currently retired from the comic book industry. Brian Apthorp's Images as a Penciler.
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