I'm a personal fan of George Bridgeman, Loomis's teacher's style. It's more classical, and doesn't focus as much on the face as rather the whole body- but what he does teach is great if you enjoy making characters in motion.
This is the best :
Principles of Anatomy and Physiology (Hardcover)
by Gerard J. Tortora (Author), Bryan H. Derrickson (Author)
I'm not even going to google search this book. I trust your opinion, and I can just tell this is the perfect book or anyone interested in anatomical studies. I'm going to put this in my shoping cart, and just blindly make the purchase. I know this is just what I'm looking for.
If you had to compare this book to Grey's Anatomy how would it fare?