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Vess and also
Neil Gaiman and Charles Vess ' Stardust was released by Vertigo as a heavily illustrated novel, rather than a regular comic, and Vertigo has also experimented with the dimensions of their OGNs, releasing several that are of a non-comic-book-standard size, including Dave Gibbons ' The Originals and Mat Johnson's Incognegro ( which also featured somewhat experimental artwork, namely art-by Warren Pleece-that was fully black and white, with no " halftones or grays ").
Vess ' work can also be seen in the two Shakespeare adaptations in the pages of The Sandman, the first of which ( pre-Vertigo ) won the comic and duo the World Fantasy Award for Best Short Story, and the last of which was also the final-75th-issue of the series.
It also has reproductions of the comic book covers and many sketches by Vess.
She also scripted Prince Valiant, which was plotted by Charles Vess and drawn by John Ridgeway.
It also received a Mythopoeic Award, and Vess was given the 1999 World Fantasy Award for Best Artist for his work on the series.
In 2004 Vess also did both a color cover and front page illustration and additional black and white interior illustrations for a 20th anniversary ( signed, limited ) edition of Moonheart, by de Lint ( Subterranean Press ).

Vess and contributed
Vess contributed eight drawings for a prose-based inset that appeared in Sandman # 62 (" The Kindly Ones: 6 ") and illustrated the final issue of the series, Sandman # 75, a second Shakespeare adaptation (" The Tempest "), both now published by Vertigo.
Between 1997 and 1998 the collaboration between Vess and Gaiman continued in the four-part series Stardust, a prose novella to which Vess contributed 175 paintings.

Vess and story
Stardust was originally conceived by Gaiman and Vess as a " story book with pictures ," created by both, to be published by DC Comics.
Gaiman and Vess originally intended the story to be released complete, as a single book, which would better reproduce the painted illustrations of Vess and be a " story book " for all ages, and a release in this format was made in 1998.
* World Fantasy Award: Best short story, 1991 for Sandman # 19, by Neil Gaiman and Vess.

Vess and illustrated
* Tam-Lin, a Closet drama written by Elaine Lee and illustrated by Charles Vess, in The Book of Ballads and Sagas, Vess's collection of adaptations of traditional songs, mostly into comics form.
Written by Neil Gaiman, illustrated by Michael Zulli, Jon J. Muth and Charles Vess, and lettered by Todd Klein.
The artwork of Charles Vess has infrequently but notably accompanied the words of Neil Gaiman on Vertigo projects, including the 4-issue Stardust ( 1997-8 ) miniseries, later reprinted as an illustrated hardcover book.
Art plates were illustrated by William Stout, Mike Mignola, Terri Windling, Bryan Talbot, Jill Thompson, Paul Chadwick, P. Craig Russell, Mark Crilley, Elizabeth Johns, Michael Zulli, Robin Mullins, Lisa Snellings, Terry Moore, Tony DiTerlizzi, Linda Medley, Lorenzo Mattotti, Zander Cannon, Dave McKean, Jeff Smith, Trina Robbins & Steve Leialoha, Gary Gianni, Janine Johnston, Stan Sakai, Michael Kaluta, Moebius, Rebecca Guay, Geof Darrow, Brian Froud and Charles Vess.
The comic was to be written by Peter Gross and illustrated by Charles Vess, set during Tim's stay at one of the Inns Between the Worlds.
It is illustrated by Steve Bissette, Randy Broecker, Dave McKean, P. Craig Russell, Jill Carla Schwarz, Bill Sienkiewicz, Charles Vess, and Michael Zulli.
This edition, illustrated by Charles Vess, was released in the summer of 2006.
One notable publication from this early period was The Horns of Elfland ( ISBN 0-915822-25-3 ) published by Archival Press in 1977, which Vess wrote and illustrated.
In this series Vess illustrated adaptations of traditional Scottish and English ballads written by a variety of contributors, including Emma Bull, Charles de Lint, Neil Gaiman, Sharyn McCrumb, Jeff Smith, and Jane Yolen.
Vess has illustrated a series of anthologies edited by Terri Windling and Ellen Datlow, published by Viking.
* Mythic Fiction series, with Ellen Datlow, illustrated by Charles Vess ( for Young Adult readers ):

Vess and cover
The trade paperback has a very different cover design and illustrations by Vess, and has subsequently been reprinted with another different cover design.
Vess ' cover for Web of Spider-Man # 1 ( April 1985 ) featuring Spider-Man in his black costume.

Vess and produced
In 1999, Charles Vess ' Green Man Press produced a portfolio as a benefit for Charles Vess ' wife Karen, injured in a car accident, titled A Fall of Stardust, which contained two chapbooks and a series of art plates.

Vess and issue
After Neil Gaiman and Charles Vess won the 1991 Short Fiction award in 1991 — for the " A Midsummer Night's Dream " issue of The Sandman — comics were restricted to the Special Award: Professional category.
After Neil Gaiman & Charles Vess won the World Fantasy Award for Best Short Fiction in 1991 — for the " A Midsummer Night's Dream " issue of The Sandman — comics were restricted to this category.

Vess and ).
Also, The Sandman and its spin-offs have won 26 Eisner Awards, including three for Best Continuing Series, one for Best Short Story, four for Best Writer ( Neil Gaiman ), seven for Best Lettering ( Todd Klein ), and two for Best Penciller / Inker ( one each for Charles Vess and P. Craig Russell ).
It is more accurately titled Neil Gaiman and Charles Vess ' Stardust ( Being A Romance Within The Realm of Faerie ).
" Firebirds ", the first anthology, consists of short sci-fi / fantasy stories by the likes of Lloyd Alexander, Emma Bull, Charles Vess, Michael Cadnum, Kara Dalkney, Nancy Farmer, Nina Kiriki Hoffman, Diana Wynne Jones, Patricia A. McKillip, Garth Nix, Meridith Ann Pierce, Delia Sherman, Sherwood Smith, Nancy Springer, Megan Whalen Turner, Elizabeth E. Wein, and Laurel Winter ( not in the correct order ).

also and contributed
Since you contributed more than half of his support, you may also claim an exemption for him on your return.
Shumway & Sons Foundry in Batavia, Illinois, which also contributed to casting the molds for the Vince Lombardi Trophy and Emmy Awards statuettes.
While accompanying Mallowan on countless archaeological trips ( spending up to 3 – 4 months at a time in Syria and Iraq at excavation sites at Ur, Ninevah, Tell Arpachiyah, Chagar Bazar, Tell Brak, and Nimrud ), Christie not only wrote novels and short stories, but also contributed work to the archaeological sites, more specifically to the archaeological restoration and labeling of ancient exhibits which includes tasks such as cleaning and conserving delicate ivory pieces, reconstructing pottery, developing photos from early excavations which later led to taking photographs of the site and its findings, and taking field notes.
Inevitably, the surviving evidence is not complete enough to determine whether one should interpret, with older scholars, that he wisely curtailed the activities of the Roman Empire to a careful minimum, or perhaps that he was uninterested in events away from Rome and Italy and his inaction contributed to the pressing troubles that faced not only Marcus Aurelius but also the emperors of the third century.
Pilot's keyboardist Billy Lyall also contributed.
Gaudí's assistants Domènec Sugrañes i Gras, Josep Canaleta y Joan Rubió also contributed to the renovation project.
Lavoisier also contributed to early ideas on composition and chemical changes by stating the radical theory, believing that radicals, which function as a single group in a chemical process, combine with oxygen in reactions.
Moreover, Carnegie urged other wealthy people to contributed to society in the form of parks, works of art, libraries and other endeavors that improved the community, and contributed to the “ lasting good ” Carnegie also held a strong opinion against inherited wealth.
Independent battalions were also deployed as ' stiffeners ' for infantry divisions, and the StuG III's anti-tank capabilities contributed greatly to the German's ability to draw out World War II after they had lost the strategic initiative.
According to D. C. Congressional Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton, Hill's treatment by the panel also contributed to the large number of women elected to Congress in 1992, " women clearly went to the polls with the notion in mind that you had to have more women in Congress ", she said.
From the 1960s, pieds-noirs ( French citizens living in the north African colonies ), immigrants chiefly from the Maghreb, and continental French people also contributed to the increase.
A change in market conditions also contributed to Borland's fall from prominence.
Diet, exercise, smoking and other environmental factors may have also contributed to their disease.
It was one of two antiquities of Hamilton's collection drawn for him by Francesco Progenie, a pupil of Pietro Fabris, who also contributed a number of drawings of Mount Vesuvius sent by Hamilton to the Royal Society in London.
Lesser migrations of Scandinavians, Portuguese, Greeks, Italians, Spanish, Polish, Scots, English, Jews, Russians and Irish immigrants also contributed to this ethnic mix.
Ridenhour also contributed ( as Chuck D ) to several episodes of the PBS documentary series The Blues.
Large urban centers, such as Nanjing and Beijing, also contributed to the growth of private industry.
Philips also contributed eight-to-fourteen modulation ( EFM ), which offers both a long playing time and a certain resilience to defects such as scratches and fingerprints, while Sony contributed the error-correction method, CIRC.
Philipp Lenard also contributed a great deal to cathode ray theory, winning the Nobel prize for physics in 1905 for his research on cathode rays and their properties.
The main Zebu breed which contributed to the formation to the Canchim was the Indubrazil, although Guzerá and Nelore cattle where also used.
The Nobel Prize laureate I. Metchnikoff also contributed to the study of the field with investigations of the process as an initial step of phagocytosis.
Famed Western writer Max Brand contributed the novel, Destry Rides Again, but the film also owes its origins to Brand's serial " Twelve Peers ", published in a pulp-magazine.
Pressure by Ann Ming, the mother of 1989 murder victim Julie Hogg — whose killer, William Dunlop, was initially acquitted in 1991 and subsequently confessed — also contributed to the demand for legal change.

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