A nuclear bomb kicks off this new series about our favorite rhyming demon.
Alex Lu looks at the first proper issue of Rebirth’s first major event as well as THE SANDMAN OVERSIZE SPECIAL!
Looking for something fun, free, and nerdy to do with your Saturday? Dust off your sketchbook & register for free tickets to Dare2Draw’s celebration of Kirby and Eisner at the Art Students League.
§ This page of “unfinished” Jack Kirby art from Simon & Kirby’s Stuntman has been making the rounds and why not…it’s a master class in everything. Stripped of the heavy black inks we’re most familiar with in Kirby’s published art, the pure composition, action and grace comes to the fore. The page reminds me of […]
Recovering from SDCC and LA hallucinations, Alex Lu takes a journey to New Genesis to review this week’s DC Comics!
Every year I go to HeroesCon in Charlotte, the show that is easily the best for comics culture in the entire Southeast, maybe even on the East Coast in total. Nothing really comes close around my neck of the woods. And the biggest highlight from that show every year? Well, that has to be the […]
This year, on August the twenty-eighth, comic legend Jack Kirby would have celebrated his one-hundredth birthday. For family and friends, not a day passes that they don’t think of the icon, to whom he was not Jack Kirby or Mr. Kirby, but simply Jack. To Mark Evanier, long-time friend and Jack Kirby historian, these conventions […]
By Gabriel Neeb Over the past few years, IDW has earned praise for its “Artist’s Editions” line of comic art that collects reprints of full size art pages of classic comic book art. Artists whose work has been collected on these editions include Wally Wood, Gene Colan, Walt Simonson, and Jack Kirby. As it […]
Florence “Fabulous Flo” Steinberg, an iconic member of the original Marvel Bullpen, has passed away, age unknown but truly ageless. Flo was the sole MArvel staffer besides Stan Lee himself in the early Marvel Comics of the 60s. She can be heard on this immortal Merry Marvel Marching Society record starring Stan, Jack Kirby and […]
In what has been reported as an emotional ceremony, the late Carrie Fisher, Jack Kirby celebrating his centennial this year, and Stan Lee, making his first public appearance since his wife’s death, were named Disney Legends.