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Twomorrows News ... Today !

On va commencer un thread qui pourra servir pour annoncer des numéros interessants de mags Twomorrows..

Mais là c est pour annoncer que Write Now! S arrete au 20
http://www.newsarama.com/comics/120803-Write-Now.html


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256-page FULL-COLOR Trade Paperback - by Michael EURY
NOW IN FULL COLOR! The Team-Up Companion examines team-up comic books of the Silver and Bronze Ages of Comics—DC’s The Brave and the Bold and DC Comics Presents, Marvel’s Marvel Team-Up and Marvel Two-in-One, plus other team-up titles, treasuries, and treats—in a lushly illustrated selection of informative essays, special features, and trivia-loaded issue-by-issue indexes. Go behind the scenes of your favorite team-up comic books with specially curated and all-new creator recollections from Neal Adams, Jim Aparo, Mike W. Barr, Eliot R. Brown, Nick Cardy, Chris Claremont, Gerry Conway, Steve Englehart, Steve Gerber, Steven Grant, Bob Haney, Tony Isabella, Paul Kupperberg, Paul Levitz, Ralph Macchio, Dennis O’Neil, Martin Pasko, Joe Rubinstein, Roy Thomas, Len Wein, Marv Wolfman, and many other all-star writers and artists who produced the team-up tales that so captivated readers during the 1960s, 1970s, and early 1980s. By Back Issue and RetroFan editor Michael Eury!

Diamond Comic Distributors Order Code: MAR221962


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Summer 2022 - 84-page FULL-COLOR magazine
Jack Kirby Collector #84 is a Steve Sherman Tribute Issue, dedicated to Jack's DC Comics assistant and close friend for 50 years! Featuring tributes and reminiscences from Kirby family members, close friends, comics creators, and fellow professionals within the entertainment industry where Steve used what he learned from Jack as a puppeteer on films like Men in Black and TV projects including Pee Wee's Playhouse and O.G. Readmore. There's also Mark Evanier's in-depth interview with Steve about their days assisting Kirby, Steve's discussion with Rand Hoppe and Tom Kraft of the Jack Kirby Museum about Kirby's Speak-Out Series (In The Days of the Mob, Spirit World), photos and Kirby memorabilia from Steve's personal collection, and an interview with Steve's wife Diana Mercer about their lives together, both in and out of comics and Kirby. All behind a never-published 1974 Kirby cover, done expressly for Steve and inked by Mike Royer. Edited by John Morrow.

Diamond Comic Distributors Order Code: MAY221812
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November 2022 - 84 pages (FULL COLOR)
Golden Age great Emil Gershwin, artist of Starman, Spy Smasher, and ACG horror – in a super-length special Mr. Monster's Comic Crypt by Michael T. Gilbert—plus a Gershwin showcase in Peter Normanton’s From The Tomb—even a few tidbits about relatives George and Ira Gershwin to top it off! Also FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America), and other surprise features! Edited by Roy Thomas.

Diamond Comic Distributors Order Code: JUN222000
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by Jon B. COOKE with Michael Ambrose & Frank Motler

272-page FULL-COLOR TRADE PAPERBACK

An all-new definitive history of Connecticut’s notorious all-in-one comic book company! Often disparaged as a second-rate funny-book outfit, Charlton produced a vast array of titles that span from the 1940s Golden Age to the Bronze Age of the ’70s in many genres, from Hot Rods to Haunted Love. The imprint experienced explosive bursts of creativity, most memorably the “Action Hero Line” edited by Dick Giordano in the 1960s, which featured the renowned talents of Steve Ditko and a stellar team of creators, as well as the unforgettable ’70s “Bullseye” era that spawned E-Man and Doomsday +1, all helmed by veteran masters and talented newcomers—and serving as a training ground for an entire generation of comics creators thriving in an environment of complete creative freedom. From its beginnings with a handshake deal consummated in county jail, to the company’s accomplishments beyond comics, woven into this prose narrative are interviews with dozens of talented participants, including Giordano, DENNIS O’Neil, Alex Toth, Sanho Kim, Tom Sutton, Pat Boyette, Nick Cuti, John Byrne, Mike Zeck, Joe Staton, Sam Glanzman, Neal Adams, Joe Gill, and even some Derby residents who recall working in the sprawling company plant. Though it gave up the ghost over three decades ago, Charlton’s influence continues today with its Action Heroes serving as inspiration for Alan Moore’s cross-media graphic novel hit, Watchmen. By Jon B. Cooke with Michael Ambrose & Frank Motler.

ISBN-13: 978-1-60549-111-0

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January 2023 - 84 pages (FULL COLOR)
Celebrating the 61st Anniversary of Fantastic Four #1—’cause we kinda blew right past its 60th—plus a sagacious salute to Stan Lee’s 100th birthday, with never-before-seen highlights—and to FF #1 and #2 inker George Klein! Spotlight on Sub-Mariner in the Bowery in FF #4—plus sensational secrets behind FF #1 and #3! Also: FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America), Michael T. Gilbert in Mr. Monster's Comic Crypt, a Jack Kirby cover, and more! Edited by Roy Thomas.

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Fall 2022 - 84-page FULL-COLOR magazine
Jack Kirby Collector #85 brings to life "Kirby: Animated", detailing how Kirby and his concepts leaped from celluloid, to paper, and back again! From his 1930s start on Popeye and Betty Boop and his work being used on the 1960s Marvel Super-Heroes show, to Fantastic Four (in both 1967 and 1978), Super Friends/Super Powers, Scooby-Doo, Thundarr the Barbarian, and Ruby-Spears: it’s the ultimate look at Jack’s work in, and influence on, animation! Then comics and animation's Evan Dorkin talks about his Kirby inspirations and an abandoned Kamandi animated series. Plus our regular columnists, and from 2017's Baltimore Comic-Con: Mark Evanier celebrates Kirby's 100th birthday with Tom King, Walter Simonson, Mark Buckingham, Jerry Ordway, Dean Haspiel, John K. Snyder III, and the Kirby Museum's Rand Hoppe. With a gallery of Jack's pencil art, and an unpublished Kirby cover inked by Evan Dorkin. Edited by John Morrow.


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Fall 2022 - 84 FULL-COLOR pages
Don McGregor's life and talent is spotlighted in a comprehensive retrospective in CBC #29, the first issue we've devoted predominately to a writer! From his Hopalong Cassidy obsessed Rhode Island childhood to obsequious presence on Marvel Comics letters pages in the 1960s and early ’70s debut as Warren Publications scripter, to his breakout and blossoming at the House of Ideas, the superb scribe discusses his triumphs on Black Panther, Killraven, Sabre, Detectives Inc., Ragamuffins, and so much more. Behind Sandy Plunkett's gorgeous cover art featuring two of Don's most important characters, the startlingly sensitive, progressive, and experimental writer shares insight about his landmark storytelling and a career breaking new ground in comics as few would ever dare. Plus Robert Menzies offers a detailed look at Herb Trimpe's fascinating mid ’70s visit to the United Kingdom, when he worked on Marvel's British comics weeklies. Also included this ish is the second part of Mike Gold's career-spanning talk, examining the First Comics years and groundbreaking tenure at DC Comics (with front row seat to the Implosion debacle!), and much more! And, of course, the usual gang of clever contributors share their latest, including the legendary Fred Hembeck! Edited by Jon B. Cooke.

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March 2023 - 84 pages (FULL COLOR)
In-depth look at The Young All-Stars—the late-1980s successor to All-Star Squadron! Interviews with first artist Brian Murray and last artist Lou Manna—surprising insights by writer/co-creator Roy Thomas—plus a panorama of never-seen Young All-Stars artwork! All-new cover by Brian Murray! Plus FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America), Michael T. Gilbert in Mr. Monster's Comic Crypt, and beyond! Edited by Roy Thomas.
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une partie est déjà dispo depuis un petit moment ^^

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mais pas posté
peut etre qu une partie des forumers n a pas vu passer ces ouvrages
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DESTROYER DUCK GRAPHITE EDITION by JACK KIRBY & STEVE GERBER

Introduction by MARK EVANIER

In the 1980s, writer STEVE GERBER was embroiled in a lawsuit against MARVEL COMICS over ownership of his creation HOWARD THE DUCK. To raise funds for legal fees, Gerber asked JACK KIRBY to contribute to a benefit comic titled DESTROYER DUCK. Without hesitation, Kirby (who was in his own dispute with Marvel at the time) donated his services for the first issue, and the duo took aim at their former employer in an outrageous five-issue run. With biting satire and guns blazing, Duke “Destroyer” Duck battled the thinly veiled Godcorp (whose infamous credo was “Grab it all! Own it all! Drain it all!”), its evil leader Ned Packer and the (literally) spineless Booster Cogburn, Medea (a parody of Daredevil’s Elektra), and more! Now, all five Gerber/Kirby issues are collected—but relettered and reproduced from JACK’S UNBRIDLED, UNINKED PENCIL ART!

Also included are select examples of ALFREDO ALCALA’s unique inking style over Kirby on the original issues, Gerber’s script pages, an historical Introduction by MARK EVANIER (co-editor of the original 1980s issues), and an Afterword by BUZZ DIXON (who continued the series after Gerber)! Discover all the hidden jabs you missed when DESTROYER DUCK was first published, and experience page after page of Kirby’s raw pencil art!

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128-page COLOR HARDCOVER • $31.95 • (Digital Edition) $13.99 • ISBN: 978-1-60549-117-2

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THE BEST OF SIMON & KIRBY’S MAINLINE COMICS by JOE SIMON & JACK KIRBY

Introduction by JOHN MORROW

In 1954, industry legends JOE SIMON and JACK KIRBY founded MAINLINE PUBLICATIONS to publish their own comics during that turbulent era in comics history. The four titles—BULLSEYE, FOXHOLE, POLICE TRAP, and IN LOVE—looked to build off their reputation as hit makers in the Western, War, Crime, and Romance genres, but the 1950s backlash against comics killed any chance at success, and Mainline closed its doors just two years later. For the first time, TwoMorrows Publishing is compiling the best of Simon & Kirby’s Mainline comics work, including all of the stories with S&K art, as well as key tales with contributions by MORT MESKIN and others. After the company’s dissolution, their partnership ended with Simon leaving comics for advertising, and Kirby taking unused Mainline concepts to both DC and Marvel. This collection bridges the gap between Simon & Kirby’s peak with their 1950s romance comics, and the lows that led to Kirby’s resurgence with CHALLENGERS OF THE UNKNOWN and the early MARVEL UNIVERSE. With loving art restoration by CHRIS FAMA, and an historical overview by JOHN MORROW to put it all into perspective, the BEST OF SIMON & KIRBY’S MAINLINE COMICS presents some of the final, and finest, work Joe and Jack ever produced.

SHIPS SUMMER 2023!

256-page COLOR HARDCOVER • $49.95 • (Digital Edition) $15.99 • ISBN: 978-1-60549-118-9

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Back Issue! 142
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It's the Super Issue! Superboy’s Bronze Age adventures, and interviews with Gerard Christopher and Stacy Haiduk of the Superboy live-action TV series. Plus: Super Goof, Super Richie (Rich), Super-Dagwood, Super Mario Bros., Frank Thorne’s Far Out Green Super Cool, Nick Meglin and Jack Davis’ Superfan, and more Super stuff. Featuring a Superboy and Krypto cover by Dave Cockrum! Edited by Michael Eury.


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Alter Ego Collectors' Item Classics
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256-page full-color Softcover - edited by Roy THOMAS
By overwhelming demand, Roy Thomas has compiled all the material on the founders of the Marvel Bullpen from three sold-out Alter Ego issues—plus over 30 new pages of content! There’s the Steve Ditko issue (#160 with a rare ’60s Ditko interview by Richard Howell, biographical notes by Nick Caputo, and Ditko tributes)! The Stan Lee issue (#161 with Roy Thomas on his 50+ year relationship with Stan, art by Kirby, Ditko, Maneely, Everett, Severin, Romita, plus tributes from pros and fans)! And the Jack Kirby issue (#170 with Will Murray on Kirby’s contributions to Iron Man’s creation, Jack’s Captain Marvel/Mr. Scarlet Fawcett work, Kirby in 1960s fanzines, plus Stan Lee and Roy Thomas on Jack)! Whether you missed these issues, or can’t live without the extensive new material on Ditko, Lee, and Kirby, it’s sure to be an Amazing, Astonishing, Fantastic tribute to the main men who made Marvel!

ISBN-13: 978-1-60549-114-1


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Alter Ego 181
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It's a special Neal Adams issue, paying tribute to one of the giants of the Silver and Bronze Ages of comics! Featuring in-depth interviews with Neal by Howard Chaykin, Bryan Stroud, and Richard Arndt. Also: a "lost" Adams Brave & The Bold cover with Batman and Green Arrow, and unseen Adams art and artifacts. Plus FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America), Michael T. Gilbert in Mr. Monster's Comic Crypt, and more! Edited by Roy Thomas.


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Back Issue! 143 -$10.95
Back Issue! 143
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A special tribute issue to the late, great Neal Adams (1941–2022), celebrating his Bronze Age DC Comics contributions! In-depth Batman and Superman interviews, ‘Green Lantern/Green Arrow’—Fifty Years Later, Neal Adams—Under the Radar, Continuity Associates, a ‘Rough Stuff’ pencil art gallery, Power Records, and more! Re-presenting Adams’ iconic cover art to Batman #227. Edited by Michael Eury.



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Comic Book Creator 30
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CBC #30 features the life and brilliant work of Michael Cho, Canadian comic book artist, illustrator, and graphic novelist, in a career-spanning interview and accompanying art gallery that explores and showcases his extraordinary—and eclectic—talent. Cho’s art, currently seen on the covers for the Mighty Marvel Masterworks paperback series, has graced the pages of both DC and Marvel comics; cover of Don Delillo’s novel, White Noise; and even campaign material for President Joe Biden! His story “Trinity” was selected by editor Neil Gaiman for The Best American Comics anthology and Cho’s poignant graphic novel, Shoplifter, received rave reviews. Also in this issue is a reprinting of a 1974 trade magazine look at Jack Adler and the DC Comics production department’s process of reprinting Golden Age material. Plus comix oddity The Funny Pages, a rarely-seen color newspaper tabloid that highlighted the work of Robert Crumb and many other underground and mainstream cartoonists is examined in depth by its editor Ron Barrett. Plus: CBC’s usual columns and features, Fred Hembeck's latest DATELINE installment, and more! Edited by Jon B. Cooke.


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Jack Kirby Collector 86 -$10.95
Jack Kirby Collector 86
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What you saw isn't all you got with Jack Kirby, as our Visual Comparisons issue will reveal! Take a curated trip through the most amazing art assemblage ever, as we offer side-by-side analyses of unused vs. known covers and art, uncorrected images against the published versions, and more! There's Barry Windsor-Smith on his stylized interpretation of Kirby's pencils in Captain America's Bicentennial Battles, newly discovered filler panels from Sky Masters, Kirby's incorporation of real-life images in his work, how Jack deviated from cover layouts he was given, and more! Featuring our regular columnists, and Will Murray's conversations with Joe Simon, Stan Lee, Carmine Infantino, Jerry Robinson, Gil Kane, and other pros conducted just after Jack's passing. Plus an interview with this issue's cover inker Walter Simonson (and if you think you recognize that image, take a closer look!). Edited by John Morrow.


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Alter Ego 182 -$10.95
Alter Ego 182
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An FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) special, behind a breathtaking Jerry Ordway cover! It include features on Uncle Marvel and the Fawcett Family (presided over by P.C. Hamerlinck), and a focus on artist Kenneth Landau (illustrator of Commander Battle and The Atomic Sub and many ACG horror stories) and writer Lee Goldsmith, who wrote Golden Age Green Lantern, Flash, and others. Plus Mr. Monster's Comic Crypt by Michael T. Gilbert, and more! Edited by Roy Thomas.


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Back Issue! 144 -$10.95
Back Issue! 144
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The Bronze Age’s Savage Lands, starring Ka-Zar in the 1970s! Plus: The return of Turok—Dinosaur Hunter, Don Glut’s Dagar and Tragg, Annihilus and the Negative Zone, Planet of Vampires, Pat Mills’s Flesh (from 2000AD), and Walter Simonson and Mike Mignola’s Wolverine: The Jungle Adventure. With Gerry Conway, Paul Gulacy, Larry Hama, Fabian Nicieza, Bart Sears, Roy Thomas, and more superstar creators. Re-presenting the Ka-Zar #1 cover by John Buscema! Edited by Michael Eury.


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Back Issue! 145
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Watch your back, Wall-Crawler… it’s our Spider-Rogues Issue! Villain histories of Dr. Octopus, Lizard, Kingpin, Spidey’s mob foes, the Jackal and Carrion, Tarantula, Puma, and Spider-Foes Only a Mother Could Love. Plus… the rehabilitation of Sandman! Featuring the work of Bronze Age Spider-creators Ross Andru, Sal Buscema, Gerry Conway, Tom DeFalco, Gil Kane, Todd McFarlane, David Michelinie, Frank Miller, Keith Pollard, John Romita Jr. & Sr., Roger Stern, Roy Thomas, Len Wein, Marv Wolfman, and many more. Featuring a Spider-Man and his Rogues’ Gallery cover by Dusty Abell! Edited by Michael Eury.


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Don't miss the wall-to-wall coverage of Golden/Silver/Bronze Age legend Irv Novick (artist of Shield, Steel Sterling, Batman, The Flash, and some of the great DC war stories) by John Coates and Dewey Cassell. It includes interviews with Irv and family members, tributes by Denny O'Neil, Mark Evanier, and Paul Levitz, Irv's involvement with painter Roy Lichtenstein (who used Novick's work as the basis for his paintings), and more! Plus Michael T. Gilbert in Mr. Monster's Comic Crypt, and FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America). Cover by Novick! Edited by Roy Thomas.


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Back Issue! 146 -$10.95
Back Issue! 146
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Men Without Fear Issue, featuring Daredevil’s swinging ’70s adventures! Plus: Challengers of the Unknown in the Bronze Age, Jeph Loeb interview about his Challs and DD projects with Tim Sale, Sinestro and Mr. Fear villain histories, superheroes with disabilities, and we ask the question about the man behind GL’s mask: Who Is Hal Jordan? Featuring Gerry Conway, Steve Englehart, Roger McKenzie, Bob Rozakis, Joe Staton, Roy Thomas, Marv Wolfman, and more fabulous, fearless creators. With a rare early ’70s Daredevil specialty cover by Gene Colan! Edited by Michael Eury.


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Jack Kirby Collector 87 -$10.95
Jack Kirby Collector 87
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Book 'em, Jack-o! It's time for a gritty Law & Order issue! We examine how Kirby's lawmen kept the peace, from beat cops like the Newsboy Legion's Jim Harper and "Terrible" Turpin, to Western gunfighters of the 1950s and ’60s—and even future policemen like OMAC and Captain Victory! Also: how a Marvel cop led to the creation of Funky Flashman! Kirby's Justice Traps The Guilty and Headline Comics! Plus a pencil art gallery, our regular columnists, and Mark Evanier moderating the 2022 Kirby Tribute Panel from Comic-Con International (with Sin City's Frank Miller). All behind a cover featuring the 1940s Sandman and Sandy, inked by Mike Machlan. Edited by John Morrow.


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Alter Ego 184
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Known as one of the finest inkers in comics history, the late, great Tom Palmer also was an accomplished penciler and painter, as you'll see in this special tribute issue featuring an-depth interview with Palmer by Alex Grand and Jim Thompson. Learn his approach to, and thoughts on, working with Neal Adams, Gene Colan, John Buscema, and others who helped define the Marvel Universe. Plus Mr. Monster's Comic Crypt, FCA, and more! Edited by Roy Thomas.


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Jack Kirby Collector 88 -$10.95
Jack Kirby Collector 88
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Fall 2023 - 84-page FULL-COLOR magazine
Since TJKC is FOR Kirby collectors, we're doing a whole issue ABOUT collectors! In #88, we'll explore people's quest for and purchase of Jack's original artwork, and what it means to them to own not just of the art, but the Kirby comics themselves. Collectors share personal stories about meeting Jack and never-published photos from their encounters, choice fan-art and fan-fiction pertaining to Jack, and some of the coolest memorabilia and Kirby art you've ever laid eyes on! Plus an interview with Marv Wolfman about his (and friend Len Wein's) interactions with Jack first as fans, and then as pros. Plus: a gallery of Kirby pencil art, our regular columnists, and Mark Evanier moderating the 2023 Kirby Tribute Panel from Comic-Con International. It features a deluxe wrap-around Kirby cover with fold-out back cover flap, inked by Mike Royer! Edited by John Morrow.
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JACK KIRBY COLLECTOR #84
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JACK KIRBY COLLECTOR #84
MAY221812
Steve Sherman Tribute! Kirby family members, friends, comics creators, and the entertainment industry salute Jack's assistant (and puppeteer on Men in Black, Pee Wee's Playhouse, and others). Mark Evanier and Steve recall assisting Kirby, Steve discusses Jack's Speak-Out Series, Kirby memorabilia from his collection, an interview with wife Diana Mercer, and Steve's unseen 1974 Kirby/Royer cover!
In Shops: Oct 05, 2022
SRP: $10.95
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ALTER EGO #178
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JUN222000
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Alter Ego features Golden Age great Emil Gershwin, artist of Starman, Spy Smasher, and ACG horror in a super-length special Mr. Monster's Comic Crypt by Michael T. Gilbert, plus a Gershwin showcase in Peter Normanton's From The Tomb, even a few tidbits about relatives George and Ira Gershwin to top it off! Also FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America), and other surprise features! Edited by Roy Thomas.
In Shops: Oct 19, 2022
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ALTER EGO #179
TWOMORROWS PUBLISHING
ALTER EGO #179
AUG221929
(W) VARIOUS (A) VARIOUS (CA) Jack Kirby
Celebrating the 61st Anniversary of Fantastic Four #1-'cause we kinda blew right past its 60th-plus a sagacious salute to Stan Lee's 100th birthday, with never-before-seen highlights-and to FF #1 and #2 inker George Klein! Spotlight on Sub-Mariner in the Bowery in FF #4-plus sensational secrets behind FF #1 and #3! Also: FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America), Michael T. Gilbert in Mr. Monster's Comic Crypt, a Jack Kirby cover, and more!
In Shops: Dec 07, 2022
SRP: $10.95
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JACK KIRBY COLLECTOR #85
TWOMORROWS PUBLISHING
JACK KIRBY COLLECTOR #85
AUG221932
Jack Kirby Collector #85 brings to life "Kirby: Animated", detailing how Kirby and his concepts leaped from celluloid, to paper, and back again! From his 1930s start on Popeye and Betty Boop and his work being used on the 1960s Marvel Super-Heroes show, to Fantastic Four (in both 1967 and 1978), Super Friends/Super Powers, Scooby-Doo, Thundarr the Barbarian, and Ruby-Spears: it's the ultimate look at Jack's work in, and influence on, animation! Then comics and animation's Evan Dorkin talks about his Kirby inspirations and an abandoned Kamandi animated series. Plus our regular columnists, and from 2017's Baltimore Comic-Con: Mark Evanier celebrates Kirby's 100th birthday with Tom King, Walter Simonson, Mark Buckingham, Jerry Ordway, Dean Haspiel, John K. Snyder III, and the Kirby Museum's Rand Hoppe.
In Shops: Jan 11, 2023
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En vpc, la douane 3st actuellement partout
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en tout cas chez album je les vois quand je vais à paris une fois tous les 2 ans en tout cas en nouveautés. Sont contre le mur des back issues face à la porte qui est à droite
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J'hésite à me prendre le ACBC 70s.
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