Collected Jack Kirby Collector, Volume 2

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TwoMorrows Publishing, 2004 - Fiction - 160 pages
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This trade paperback reprints the sold-out issues #10-12 of the bi-monthly magazine for Kirby fans and includes a new special section detailing a fan's visit to the Kirbys' remarkable home. This private tour is profusely illustrated with photos, and more than 30 pieces of Kirby art never before published in TJKC, including Jack's uninked pencils from The Prisoner, New Gods, Captain America, Thor, Hunger Dogs, Jimmy Olsen, SHIELD, Machine Man, The Eternals, and more! Learn more about the King's career through interviews with Jack and Roz Kirby, John Byrne, Steve Gerber, Mark Evanier, Roger Stern, Marv Wolfman, and page after page of rare Kirby art, much in its original pencil form. Join us in celebrating the life and career of comics' most prodigious imagination: Jack Kirby!
 

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Over two hundred pages of interviews and art work, all about the brilliant Jack Kirby. The interviews are great, as you get some insight into Kirby's creative process and some of thought that went ... Read full review

Contents

People always used to ask me how long
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Humor issue
35
COLLECTOR
36
Simon Kirbys Early Humor
52
Favorite Stories About Jack
58
Complete
62
SuperHeroes Stupid Villains
64
Definitely Not Brand Echh
70
Seeking The Lord Of Light
98
The Animated Life of Jack Kirby
104
WOMEN Interviews with
110
Kirby The Sailorman
112
International issue
120
72 pgs GODS
122
Jack Kirby Quarterly
127
Kirby Around The World
138

Hollywood issue
78
The Unfilmed Ideas of Jack Kirby
85
Kirbys Prisoner
91
Third Annual Kirby Tribute Panel
144
The French Connection
154
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About the author (2004)

John Morrow is Professor of Political Studies and Dean of the Faculty of Arts at The University of Auckland in New Zealand.

Jack Kirby (1917-1994)isone of the unqualified giants in American comic book history.His most famous co-creation, Captain America, is in a major motion picture film franchise from Marvel Studios.

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