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At the fore of Dynamite Entertainment's relaunch of Jack Kirby's personal projects will be the team that helped redefine Marvel Comics history in the '90s - Alex Ross and Kurt Busiek. Ross gave us the early details.
Dynamite has released an Alex Ross painted teaser image featuring a number of Jack Kirby inspired images masked by letter spelling out Kirby's last name, accompanied by the statement "Genesis is coming!"
The Walt Disney Co. has joined the legal battle over many of Marvel's best-known characters, filing a memo supporting the publisher's efforts to dismiss copyright claims by the heirs of Jack Kirby. ROBOT 6 has the details.
What artist worked his editor into dozens of comic stories? Did Sergio Aragones take matters into his own hands with his "Mad" margin drawings? And how did Jack Kirby's Manhunter go from a new character to a revamp?
Tim reflects on the tale of two conventions, one in New York, one in Boston, and doesn't mention C2E2 at all - okay, maybe a little. He also notices a growing trend and finds yet another reason to talk about Jack Kirby.
Following up yesterday's CBLR - did you know what Jack Kirby wanted to call the Black Panther originally? Find out, along with seeing a drawing by Kirby from over 40 years ago showing T'Challa's original costume - it's a doozy!
It's All King Kirby Week! Learn how Marvel changed Kirby's original Black Panther design! See what appearance by the King himself was edited out of a comic! And did Spidey get a black costume to keep Kirby from suing Marvel?
The last "Kick-Ass" press round up as the reviews come in! "Green Lantern" set photos, "Iron Man 2" prop auction at C2E2, trouble for "Jonah Hex" score, "Crossed" to be a film, and more.
The legendary children's television producers are on a mission to revive concepts created by the King of Comics - Marty Krofft & Jack Spears opened up about their plans with an exclusive look at unseen Kirby art.
More "Kick-Ass" press than you can shake a stick at! Geoff Johns confirms CGI suit? "Iron Man 2" interactive trailer! Also, Jack Kirby creations coming to the screen and more.
This week, Tim looks at a tale of two titanic talents, as a post-Sin City Frank Miller once took on the New Gods' origin story of Orion, Darkseid's son, giving the world his version of Jack Kirby.
This week: searching for good comics art, and what that even means; the new wrinkle in health care reform, and why it'll make you sick; assessing the fall TV season; plus APE, Ellroy and gobs of other notes, and the Comics Cover Challenge
Comic book legal expert Michael Lovitz reveals the issues surrounding the heirs of Jack Kirby's attempt to reclaim Marvel characters, from who created what to why it's different than the Siegel & Schuster suit over Superman.
This week: the revenge of Jack Kirby, and why bad business practices of the '60s could make Marvel and Dsiney's lives interesting; mail; plus Massachusetts break-ins, lots of other notes and a new Comics Cover Challenge
Augie takes a look at 'Modern Masters: Chris Sprouse' and learns a lot about its subject. Plus, thoughts on The Kirby Estate's suit against Marvel, the most gratuitous Obama cameo yet, which publisher will sell out next, and more!
A new universe of superhero books based on Jack Kirby's creator-owned work lands at Dynamite to solidify Kirby's title as the "King." CBR has all the latest details on the Kirbyverse.
Industry veteran Steve Saffel talks to CBR about editing the legendary Joe Simon and assembling a new collection of one of comic’s greatest teams, "The Best of Simon & Kirby," now out from Titan Books.
Courtesy of Cartoon Network, CBR brings you advance looks at "The Last Bat on Earth," the next episode of "Batman: The Brave & the Bold" guest-starring Jack Kirby's Mister Miracle, Big Barda and Kamandi.
Courtesy of Titan Books, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "The Best of Simon and Kirby," with an introduction by the book's editor, Stephen Saffel. "TBoS&K" is on sale everywhere, May 12.
Guest-writing this latest edition of POP! is veteran comics artist Tom McWeeney, who makes a case for why Herb Trimpe is the definitive Hulk artist, with a close examination of the illustrator's work on Marvel's Green Goliath.
Mark Evanier convened the annual Jack Kirby Panel last month at Comic-Con International with a host of comics greats sharing stories from the past and word of new collected editions & a documentary to come.
Before you know it, CCI 2008 will be over and you'll be wondering "how did I miss that?" Here's our rundown of Sunday's event and panel highlights so you can make your plans accordingly.
Vince Colletta was one of comics' most prolific inkers, but he's also one of the most vilified and maligned figures in the industry. Is this deserved or does time erase bad memories? Erik Larsen looks at Colleta's work in this week's ONE FAN'S OPINION.
CBR's James Hunt was among those present last night as the London Institute of Contemporary Arts presented "Live at Kirby Plaza," a retrospective on Jack Kirby's career presented by a panel of renowned "Kirbyologists."