I've owned almost all of these Frazetta books, at one time or another. My favorites are probably the hardback editions of Edgar Rice Burroughs' Mars series that the Science Fiction Book club published in the mid-1970s.
A Princess of Mars (1970) is one of Frank Frazetta's most famous works. He painted it for the 1970 hardcover edition of Edgar Rice Burroughs' first John Carter of Mars novel. Interestingly, Frazetta feared the publisher wouldn't return the art so he painted a copy for himself. The copy is generally thought to be superior… READ THE REST
Heritage Auctions announced the sale of Frank Frazetta's Escape on Venus for $660,000. The price realized by Escape on Venus was the third-highest ever through Heritage Auctions for a Frazetta painting. Death Dealer 6 Painting Original Art (1990) brought a record $1,792,500 in May 2018, and Frank Frazetta At The Earth's Core Paperback Cover Painting… READ THE REST
See sample pages from this book at Wink. Many people first encountered the work of the painter Frank Frazetta (1928 – 2010) from his 1960s and 1970s paperback covers for Edgar Rice Burroughs' adventure novels and Robert E. Howard's Conan stories. Frazetta also painted a lot of covers for fantasy novels that were nearly unreadable.… READ THE REST
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