Will Eisner: The Dreamer
New York, 1937. Determind to make it amoung the hustlers, hucksters, and heroes of a radical new art form, Billy, Eyron, a junior staff artist, begins drawing and creating comic. Based loosely on the early years of Will Eisner’s own career, The Dreamer is a remarkable tale of grit and determination, as well as a unique look at how comics got their start. Eisner trained several of the finest talents ever to draw and write comics, legends like Bob Kane and Jack Kirby. The Dreamer, perhaps Eisner’s greatest autobiographical works, alos provides a wonderful introduction to the history of this true American art form.