Tag Archives: Jack Kirby

Phil’s Reviews: Stuff I Bought #432

Generations: Banner Hulk and the Totally Awesome Hulk #1 — Writer:  Greg Pak;  Art: Matteo Buffagni;  Colors: Dono Sanchez-Almara True Believers: Avengers #4 — Writer: Stan Lee;  Art: Jack Kirby True Believers: Black Panther #1 — Writer/Penciller: Jack Kirby; Inks: Mike Royer Avengers #10 — Writer: Mark Waid;  Art: Mike del Mundo;  Colors: del Mundo with Marco D’Alfonso Champions #11 — Writer: Mark Waid;  Pencils: Humberto Ramos;  Inks: Victor Olazaba;  Colors: Edgar Delgado Of the traditional-superhero Marvel titles this week, the most-anticipated is Generations, the first of a series of one-shots pairing the classic and newer versions of various characters … Continue reading

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Jack Kirby’s 99th Birthday SALE/Fundraiser/Celebration

Jack Kirby Sale and Celebration! Brief Artist Bios: Dave Beaty is a professional cartoonist and comic book artist. He is known mostly for his work on DC Comics’ Batman Incorporated, Flashpoint: Wonder Woman, and Justice League of America. Currently, he’s working on the sci-fi humor webcomic Red Skirts, found at RedSkirtsOnline.com. Jan Marc Quisumbing, aka The Janimal, is an independent cartoonist and comic book artist living in Sedona, AZ. He is the creator of The Adventures of Pogi Boy and Big Brown Monkey from Pronto Comics, based on the adventures of his son Fernando. The Janimal currently freelances as an … Continue reading

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It Came From the Back Room #50

Standard recap: I’m slowly going through AABC’s one-million-plus back-issue room, restocking the boxes on the sales floor and pulling stuff to sell as discount/overstock/special items (these are featured at the discount racks at the west end of the store for a couple of weeks after each post, and then go to the discount racks on the east end of the store for a few weeks, and then disappear into our warehouses, so get them while you can). I’m going through the alphabet backwards (don’t ask), and at my speed (even now in the summer, when I’m not teaching), this amounts … Continue reading

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It Came From the Back Room #47

Standard recap: I’m slowly going through AABC’s one-million-plus back-issue room, restocking the boxes on the sales floor and pulling stuff to sell as discount/overstock/special items (these are featured at the discount racks at the west end of the store for a couple of weeks after each post, and then go to the discount racks on the east end of the store for a few weeks, and then disappear into our warehouses, so get them while you can). I’m going through the alphabet backwards (don’t ask), and at my speed (especially with the school semester in full gear), this amounts to … Continue reading

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It Came From the Back Room #33

Standard recap: I’m slowly going through AABC’s one-million-plus back-issue room, restocking the boxes on the sales floor and pulling stuff to sell as discount/overstock/special items. I’m going through the alphabet backwards (don’t ask), and at my speed (especially with the school semester in full gear), this amounts to a two-year project.  This week, the focus continues to be on the letter “F,” and on discount comics featuring a series that Marvel has frequently billed as “The World’s Greatest Comic Magazine” — the Fantastic Four. Fantastic Four — Volume One The FF was Marvel’s first Silver Age superhero book, of course, … Continue reading

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