Jack Kirby's Fourth World Omnibus, Volume 2

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DC Comics, Aug 8, 2007 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 396 pages
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After co-creating comic book heroes including The Fantastic Four and The Hulk, legendary writer/artist Jack Kirby came to DC Comics in 1970 to write and illustrate his magunum opus: four interlocked adventure series that were known collectively as "The Fourth World." Now, for the first time, DC collects these four series -- The New Gods, The Forever People, Mister Miracle and Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen -- in chronological order as they originally appeared. These comics spanned galaxies, from the streets of Metropolis to the far-flung worlds of New Genesis and Apokolips, as cosmic-powered heroes and villians struggled for supremacy. In this second volume, the evil Darkseid's schemes continue to unfold while the New Gods, the Forever People, Mr. Miracle and others heroes battle his many minions.

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Review: Jack Kirby's Fourth World Omnibus, Vol. 3 (Jack Kirby's Fourth World Omnibus 3)

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Has some really incredibly top-tier amazing stuff, like The Pact, and some not-as-good-but-still-really-fun stuff, like the Deadman two-parter. Read this entire series if you're into superheroes, space opera, intergenerational war drama, or amazing things. Read full review

Review: Jack Kirby's Fourth World Omnibus, Vol. 1 (Jack Kirby's Fourth World Omnibus 1)

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A psychedelic trip into the mind of a genius, or possibly a trip through his mind into the 20th century, and more importantly, into the never ending drama of Good versus Evil. Read full review

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About the author (2007)

Jack "King" Kirby's comics career began in 1937 and continued for nearly six decades. As the most valued team in comics, Simon and Kirby went on to create titles and concepts including Fighting American, Boys' Ranch and the creation of the romance comics genre. In 1961, the first issue of Marvel's Fantastic Four cemented Kirby's reputation as comics' preeminent creator, and a slew of famous titles followed that elevated him to legendary status, including Incredible Hulk, Avengers and X-Men. Kirby returned to DC in 1971 with his classic "Fourth World Trilogy," which was followed by The Demon, Omac and Kamandi. Kirby continued working and innovating in comics until his death in 1994.

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