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Saturday, January 21, 2006

Upcoming Kirby - April 2006

As previously mentioned TwoMorrows has another book to add to your COLLECTED JACK KIRBY COLLECTOR collection. And Greg Theakston has another book scheduled (I'll try to get an update on COMPLETE v5), this one of some of Kirby's earliest work, which was just sampled in the earlier COMPLETE KIRBY v1.



Collected Jack Kirby Collector - Volume 5
Edited by John Morrow

Reprints JKC #20, 21 & 22 plus 30 pieces of Kirby art never before published!

Kirby fans demanded more, so this fifth volume is a gargantuan 224-page trade paperback, reprinting the sold-out issues #20-22 of The Jack Kirby Collector, the critically-acclaimed magazine for Kirby fans! Included are the “Kirby’s Women,” “Wackiest Work,” and “Villains” issues, featuring three unseen interviews with Jack Kirby, plus new ones with Jack’s daughter LISA KIRBY, and industry pros DAVE STEVENS, GIL KANE, BRUCE TIMM STEVE RUDE, and MIKE MIGNOLA! PLUS: see a complete ten-page unpublished Kirby story still in pencil! Jack’s mind-blowing original pencils to FANTASTIC FOUR #49 (from the fabled Galactus trilogy)! An analysis comparing Kirby’s margin notes to Stan Lee’s dialogue on classic Marvel comics! And a NEW special section with over 30 pieces of Kirby art never before published, including Jack’s uninked pencils from The Demon, Forever People, Jimmy Olsen, Kamandi, Eternals, Captain America, Black Panther, and more! With page after page of rare Kirby art (much in its original pencil form), and a dynamite KIRBY/DAVE STEVENS cover, it’s a celebration of the most prolific creator in comics history: Jack “King” Kirby!
Softcover, 8x11, 224pgs, B&W $25



THE COMIC STRIP JACK KIRBY VOLUME 1 TP
by Jack Kirby
160 pages of Jack Kirby’s earliest work, including the rarest of rare examples of "Your Health Comes First," "Facts You Never Knew," editorial cartoons, Socko the Seadog, and the complete Blue Beetle. These are impossible to find, and collected for your reading pleasure in one package. An introduction by Kirby historian Greg Theakston.
Softcover, 8x11, 160pgs, B&W $25

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