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  • Issue #1
    Jack Kirby Collector (1994 Magazine/Treasury) 1

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    Jack Kirby Collector (1994 Magazine/Treasury) 2

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    Jack Kirby Collector (1994 Magazine/Treasury) 3

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    Jack Kirby Collector (1994 Magazine/Treasury) 5

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    Jack Goes to College! Transcripts from Kirby's 1972 Speech at Vanderbilt University; Unpublished Fantastic Four Pencils; Essential Kirby Collectibles; Jack Meets The Beatles (sort of); How Kirby Used Real People In His Comics; A Look at Jack's Art for Marvelmania; Fan Memories and Much More!! Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #6
    Jack Kirby Collector (1994 Magazine/Treasury) 6

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    A special double-size theme issue featuring the Fourth World! Jack's original ending for New Gods; real reasons why DC cancelled it; interviews with Mark Evanier, Steve Sherman & Mike Royer; Mister Miracle's Female Furies; a look at the 1971 New Gods Portfolio; The Hunger Dogs you never saw; rare and unpublished art from the series, including Jack's pencils before they were inked; fan memories, analysis, and more. Cover by Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott. Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #7
    Jack Kirby Collector (1994 Magazine/Treasury) 7

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    Special Double-Size Theme Issue Celebrating Jack's Kid Gangs! An Unpublished 1987 Interview with Jack; An Overview of Simon & Kirby's Kid Gangs; In Search of the Unpublished Boy Explorers; Kirby's Best or Worst? The Dingbats of Danger Street; Unsung Kid Gang The Boy Heroes; Boys' Ranch Unused Pencils; Newsboy Legion Old & New; Unpublished Art from X-Men, Jimmy Olsen & others, including Pencils Before They Were Inked and Much More!! Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #8
    Jack Kirby Collector (1994 Magazine/Treasury) 8

    An All-Star Convention Theme Issue! Transcripts from the Kirby Tribute Panel at the 1995 San Diego Comic Con, featuring Joe Sinnott, Mike Royer, Mark Evanier & Tony Isabella; An Essay on Kirby by Comics Legend Jim Steranko; Our traveling Kirby Art Show; a rare 1975 Kirby Interview; A look at Jack's Convention Art; A 1972 Convention Panel with Kirby & Toth; How Jack Met Paul McCartney; Unpublished Art including Pencils From Captain America & S.H.I.E.L.D. Before They Were Inked and Much More!! Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #9
    Jack Kirby Collector (1994 Magazine/Treasury) 9

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    Interview with veteran Marvel artist & Kirby inker Joe Sinnott; Black Panther - Role Model for a Generation; The Inhumans - Jack's Enigmatic Super Group; Entirely Inconsequential FF Trivia; Unused Fantastic Four #20 Cover; Unpublished Art including Jack's FF Pencils Before They Were Inked and Much More!! Cover by Kirby & Sinnott. Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #10
    Jack Kirby Collector (1994 Magazine/Treasury) 10

    Humor Issue exploring the lighter side of Jack! A Funny and Touching Interview with Jack's Wife Rosalind Kirby; Fighting American; Goody Rickels; Interview with Steve Gerber, the creator of Destroyer Duck; Fans & Pros Tell Favorite Stories About Jack; Unpublished Art including Jack's Pencils From Jimmy Olsen, Destroyer Duck & Thor Before They Were Inked and Much More!! Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #11
    Jack Kirby Collector (1994 Magazine/Treasury) 11

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    Jack Kirby Collector #11. July 1996, 44 pages. Hollywood. Stuntman: Simon & Kirby's Hollywood Hero; The Black Hole; Jack and Johnny Carson ; Why the Lord of Light never saw the light of day; Unfilmed movie ideas; Jack's Adaptation of "The Prisoner"; From Thundarr to Scooby-Doo: Jack's career in animation; The "King" and a Crazy Italian's Epic Love Story; May the Source Be With You: New Gods vs. Star Wars. Cover by Kirby & Jim Steranko. Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #12
    Jack Kirby Collector (1994 Magazine/Treasury) 12
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    Jack Kirby Collector #12. October 1996, 44 Pages. International. (Most of the art in this issue features Captain America and Bucky and that nefarious Nazi, the Red Skull.) Two Rare 1970s Kirby Interviews (One in English For the First Time); John Byrne Interview; Transcript of the 1996 Kirby Tribute Panel at Comic Con International: San Diego, featuring Mark Evanier, Roger Stern and Marv Wolfman; Around The World With Kirby: Asia, Australia, South America, England, Italy, France & More; Uninked Pencils from Captain America's Bicentennial Battles; Uninked Pencils from Captain America #101; A drawing of Cap, Bucky and the Red Skull from Jack's personal bound volume of Golden Age Captain America. Cover by Kirby & Barry Windsor-Smith. Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #13
    Jack Kirby Collector (1994 Magazine/Treasury) 13
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    Jack Kirby Collector #13. December 1996 , 52 pages. Supernatural. An interview with Jack and the creator of The Shadow, Walter Gibson; An unpublished seven-page Mystery Story; Interview with Kirby inker Dick Ayers; The rhyme and reason behind The Demon; Special features on Black Magic, The Vision, Spirit World, 1960s Monsters, and more; Kirby Costumes; The Kirby-Files: An Overview of Jack's Occult and Supernatural Themes. Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #14
    Jack Kirby Collector (1994 Magazine/Treasury) 14
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    Jack Kirby Collector #14. February 1997, 52 pages. Thor. An unpublished Kirby Interview; An Interview with Classic Kirby Inker Chic Stone; Journey Into Mystery #101 Before Inking; Cataloging Jack's original artwork for the Thor Journey Into Mystery issues; The Evolution of Thor and The Stone Men; Walt Simonson on Manhunter, Thor & Kirby; Examining The Real Norse Gods; Pros and Cons of Vince Colletta; Linking Thor To The New Gods. Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #15
    Jack Kirby Collector (1994 Magazine/Treasury) 15

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    Jack Kirby Collector #15. April 1997 - 52 pages. Science Fiction A Rare Interview with Jack by Shel Dorf; EC Comics Legend Al Williamson interviewed; The Story Behind Sky Masters; Why Didn't the Eternals Last?; Kirby Inker and close friend Mike Thibodeaux interviewed; Plus features on Machine Man, Captain Victory, 2001, Starman Zero, Silver Surfer Graphic Novel, and others. Cover by Kirby & Terry Austin. Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #16
    Jack Kirby Collector (1994 Magazine/Treasury) 16
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    A 52-page theme issue featuring Jack's hard-boiled tough guys! An ultra-rare Kirby interview; interview with Sin City's Frank Miller; the legendary Will Eisner discusses Kirby; an examination of In the Days of the Mob; a look at Jack's tough childhood; special features - Bullseye, Link Thorne, War & Western Comics, '50s strip ideas and others; Jack meets Frank Zappa; unpublished art, including pencil pages before they were inked. Front cover inks by Frank Miller. Back cover inks by Karl Kesel. Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #17
    Jack Kirby Collector (1994 Magazine/Treasury) 17
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    A "King"-Size 68-page issue on Jack's work at DC Comics! A rare 1971 Kirby interview; interviews with Neal Adams, Greg Theakston, D. Bruce Berry; 1997 Kirby Tribute Panel, featuring Mark Evanier, Steve Sherman, Mike Royer, Marie Severin, Al Williamson; special features - Fourth World, Kamandi, Manhunter, Challengers, Green Arrow, Sandman & more; unpublished art, including pencil pages before they were inked. Front cover inks by Mike Royer. Back cover inks by Steve Rude. Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #18
    Jack Kirby Collector (1994 Magazine/Treasury) 18

    Issue devoted to Jack's Work at Marvel Comics! A rare Kirby Interview; A 1975 Interview with Stan Lee; Interviews with every bullpenner we could find, including Roy Thomas, John Romita, John Buscema, Marie Severin, Herb Trimpe, Flo Steinberg, George Roussos; Special Features: Ant-Man, The Eternals, Black Panther & More; Unpublished Art including Pencil Pages Before They Were Inked and Much More!! Spider-Man cover. Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #19
    Jack Kirby Collector (1994 Magazine/Treasury) 19

    A "King"-Size 56-page issue on the intricacies of Jack's art! Joe Kubert on Kirby & the Kubert School; a Kirby thesis by Gil Kane; Kevin Eastman discusses Kirby at The Words & Pictures Museum; Jack's battle with Marvel Comics, discussed by Jack Kirby, Frank Miller, Mark Evanier, Steve Gerber & Gary Groth; collecting Kirby originals; special tributes - Roz Kirby, inkers, & more; unpublished art, including pencil pages before they were inked. Covers by Kirby/Ernie Stiner, and Alex Ross (based on a Kirby pencil drawing). Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #20
    Jack Kirby Collector (1994 Magazine/Treasury) 20
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    Jack's Female Characters Issue! A rare Kirby Interview; Interviews with Dave Stevens & Lisa Kirby; Unpublished 10-Page Story from True Life Divorce; A Close Look at Romance Comics; Jack's original screenplay for Captain Victory; Double-Centerfold of Galaxy Green; Special Features: Jack's Women from the '40s to the '80s; Unpublished Art including Pencil Pages Before They Were Inked and Much More!! Cover by Kirby & Ken Steacy. Cover price $4.95.

  • Issue #21
    Jack Kirby Collector (1994 Magazine/Treasury) 21

    An Unpublished Kirby Interview; Interviews with Gil Kane & Bruce Timm; Comparing Kirby's Margin Notes to Stan Lee's Words; Kirby's work at Topps Comics; Jack's Wackiest Dialogue & Bloopers; Special Features: Silver Surfer, Black Racer & Goody Rickels; Kirby's Unseen Screenplay for Silver Star; Unpublished Art including Pencil Pages Before They Were Inked and Much More!! Cover by Kirby & Bob Wiacek. Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #22
    Jack Kirby Collector (1994 Magazine/Treasury) 22

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    A 68-page issue on Kirby's villains! An unpublished Kirby interview; interviews with Steve Rude & Mike Mignola; comparing Kirby's margin notes to Stan Lee's words; stunning uninked Fantastic Four #49 pencils; special features - Darkseid, Red Skull, Doctor Doom, Atlas Monsters, Yellow Claw, & others; the genesis of King Kobra; unpublished art, including pencil pages before they were inked. Front cover inks by Dave Stevens. Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #23
    Jack Kirby Collector (1994 Magazine/Treasury) 23

    A rarely-seen, feature-length Kirby Interview; Two pages of uninked pencils to Fantastic Four #49 featuring the Silver Surfer; Comparing Kirby's Margin Notes to Stan Lee's Words; Reminiscence by granddaughter Tracy Kirby; Unpublished story from Soul Love; A Kirby Contest and Fan Art; Unpublished Art including Pencil Pages Before They Were Inked and Much More!! Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #24
    Jack Kirby Collector (1994 Magazine/Treasury) 24

    How experiences in WWII shaped Jack's super-hero battles; Kirby on The New Gods; part 4 of the series comparing Jack's margin notes to Stan's dialogue, featuring "Him"; a look at Sgt. Fury & His Howling Commandos; a pair of hard-hitting remembrances of Two-Gun Kid #62; Jim Shooter on Kirby's art fight with Marvel Comics. Wraparound cover by Kirby and Mike Mignola. Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #25
    Jack Kirby Collector (1994 Magazine/Treasury) 25
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    It's non-stop action as issue #25 spotlights one of the greatest creative teams in comics history ? Joe Simon & Jack Kirby. Inside, you'll find in-depth interviews with both Simon and Kirby about their career together, along with features on their greatest work from the early days to their final collaboration on the 1970s Sandman. Plus, a complete 14- page Boy Explorers story from 1946 showcasing Simon and Kirby at their peak, solo art by both Simon and Kirby, and plenty of rare and unpublished pages from Stuntman, Bullseye, Captain America, and the Newsboy Legion, and more. (TwoMorrows Publishing) Magazine, b&w, 64pg$5.95" Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #26
    Jack Kirby Collector (1994 Magazine/Treasury) 26

    Special Gods-theme issue, as we explore the spiritual side of Kirby's work! We start with color Kirby covers, plus extra color plates, featuring Jack's original New Gods concept drawings (colored by Kirby himself). Next, see how Kirby was influenced by the Torah, and the Old and New Testaments in his work on the Fourth World, Galactus, the Silver Surfer, and others. Plus, an unpublished Kirby interview, and a Walt Simonson interview which describes his plans to take over the reins of the New Gods. Magazine, 64pg, PC" Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #27
    Jack Kirby Collector (1994 Magazine/Treasury) 27

    Issue #27 kicks off the year 2000 with an all-star look at The Kirby Influence! It starts off with color Kirby covers inked by Bruce Timm and Mike Thibodeaux! Then inside, there's a previously unpublished interview with Jack Kirby, plus a new interview with Alex Ross (including unseen Ross art)! Then, there are talks with the top names in comics about how Kirby influenced them, including Neil Gaiman, Dave Gibbons, Mark Waid, Erik Larsen, Brian Pulido, Joe Quesada, Steve Bissette, Rick Veitch, Keith Giffen, Rich Buckler, and others! You also explore how the Kirby Family is carrying on Jack's name (including a sneak-peek at upcoming Kirby-inspired projects), a huge photo gallery, fan art, and more! And throughout, there's plenty of rare and unpublished art from Jimmy Olsen, Captain America, Fantastic Four, and more! (TwoMorrows Advertising) Magazine, 68pg, b&w" Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #28
    Jack Kirby Collector (1994 Magazine/Treasury) 28

    This issue features Part Two of our all-star look at the "Kirby Influence!" It starts with a color wraparound Kirby cover inked and colored by Madman's Mike & Laura Allred! Inside, we present an interview with Jack Kirby, and new interviews with Ren & Stimpy's John Kricfalusi and "Luke Skywalker" himself, Mark Hamill! Plus, conversations with the top names in comics about how Kirby influenced them, including Karl Kesel, Mike Allred, Geoff Darrow, Gary Gianni, Al Williamson, Andreas, and others! We'll also talk with Kirby family members about their upcoming Kirby-related projects, examine the career of Vince Colletta, and present Kirby-inspired art by pros like Steve Rude and Alex Horley! And throughout, we'll showcase plenty of rare and unpublished Kirby art (much uninked) from your favorite stories, and more! Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #29
    Jack Kirby Collector (1994 Magazine/Treasury) 29

    Feature-Length Unpublished Interview with Jack & Roz Kirby as they discuss their early years together; Keith Giffen & Rich Buckler Talk about the Kirby influence on their 1970s work; Mike Gartland's A Failure To Communicate; 1970s Marvel Cover Gallery showing Jack's uninked pencils; Kirby's Trials & Tribulations At 1970s Marvel; Looks At Machine Man, Black Panther, Captain America and other 1970s art; Our first Kirby As A Genre column; Unpublished Art including Pencil Pages Before They Were Inked and Much More!! Cover by Kirby & Klaus Janson. Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #30
    Jack Kirby Collector (1994 Magazine/Treasury) 30

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    An unprecedented examination of Kirby's 1980s Career including his work on: Captain Victory, Silver Star, Hunger Dogs, Super Powers and more; Special Animation Portfolio; Interview with superstar writer Alan Moore about his Kirby influences; Jack's nephew Robert Katz talks about his duties as co-trustee of the Kirby estate; Kirby As A Genre; Storyboards from the Fantastic Four Animated Series; Unpublished Art including published pages Before They Were Inked; And Much More!! Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #31
    Jack Kirby Collector (1994 Magazine/Treasury) 31

    Issue #31 is the big one, sporting a new king-size Kirby format! It starts with a never-published wraparound Kirby cover featuring Superman, inked by the incomparable Neal Adams! Inside, JKC examines Kirby's biggest work, from his longest stories and most mind-blowing concepts, to his wildest two-page spreads! There's a colossal Kirby interview, plus new interviews with Kurt Busiek about his work on Jack's Secret City characters, and an artist who's made a big impression on Kirby fans, Jose Ladronn! To start the year off right, JKC explores Kirby's monolithic work on the 2001: A Space Odyssey and Bicentennial Battles Treasury Editions! Plus, Mike Gartland takes a look at Kirby's work on Giant-Man, and the new giant- size pages will show even more unpublished Kirby pencil art ? at nearly actual size! So don't miss the only magazine big enough to contain the imagination of the king: Jack Kirby! (TwoMorrow's Publishing) Tabloid, 80pg, b&w (Note Price) Cover price $9.95.

  • Issue #32
    Jack Kirby Collector (1994 Magazine/Treasury) 32

    If you think you know all about Kirby's career, think again! Issue #32 is devoted to Kirby's least-known work, and starts with covers featuring two never-before-seen Kirby characters ? one fully painted by Jose Ladronn (over Kirby pencils), the other inked and colored by Kirby himself! Inside, an examination of notable missing links in the Kirby canon, such as "The Days of the Mob #2," "Soul Love," and "True Divorce Cases!" More secrets behind "Sky Masters!" Plus, find out about Kirby's "Big Daddy of Death," and his unknown 1950's work! Features include a colossal Kirby interview, plus a new interview with Carmine Infantino about his 1940s and '50s work with Jack, as well as an interview with French sensation Arnon about his Kirby influence! And can you handle the Kirby Trivia Quiz? The new king-size format allows for even more unpublished Kirby pencil art at tabloid size! Cover price $9.95.

  • Issue #33
    Jack Kirby Collector (1994 Magazine/Treasury) 33

    This is the one readers have been asking for since #9 ?? the second all Fantastic Four issue! To celebrate the FF's 40th Anniversary, all the stops are pulled out, showing 40 pages of Kirby's powerful, uninked FF pencils! We've got cover inks by Erik Larsen (plus a new Larsen interview), and due to overwhelming demand, Bruce Timm makes a return engagement as a TJKC cover inker! Plus, nearly every writer and artist who worked on the FF after Lee & Kirby has been tracked down, and asked what their favorite Kirby issue of FF was, and why! There are also regular columnists Mark Evanier and Adam McGovern, and a new installment in Mike Gartland's "Failure to Communicate" series dealing with Kirby's final year on FF! And if that's still not enough for you, there's a new interview with Stan "The Man" Lee! It's the ultimate issue, showcasing Kirby art at nearly full-size in the new king-size format! Don't miss it! (TwoMorrow's Publishing) Tabloid, 80pg, b&w $9.95 Cover price $9.95.

  • Issue #34
    Jack Kirby Collector (1994 Magazine/Treasury) 34

    This is a slam-bang fighting americans themed issue of The Jack Kirby Collector! This issue celebrates Kirby's most hard- knuckled, all-American characters, including: that rough and tumble kid gang, the Newsboy Legion; Super-spy Nick Fury; the original "survivor," Green Arrow; and the Losers, inspired by Jack's own WWII experiences! Plus, there's an interview with Captain America's daddy Joe Simon about his copyright battle over the character (with plenty of Kirby Cap pencils), and a talk with Carmine Infantino about working for Simon & Kirby in the 1940s! There's also a Kirby-inked Captain America front cover, and an amazing Boys' Ranch back cover, penciled by Kirby and inked by legend Alex Toth! Also, unknown 1950s Kirby concepts, gobs of uninked Kirby pencils, and more, all in a "king"-sized tabloid format! (TwoMorrow's Publishing) Tabloid, 80pg, b&w $9.95 Cover price $9.95.

  • Issue #35
    Jack Kirby Collector (1994 Magazine/Treasury) 35

    It's the nail-biting, death-defying "Great Escape" issue of The Jack Kirby Collector! Issue #35 headlines the incomparable Mr. Miracle, and starts with covers inked by Marshall Rogers and Steve Rude! In addition to extensive coverage of Kirby's super- escape artist Mr. Miracle, there's Kirby's escape from New York's Lower East Side; a look at the escape themes in Michael Chabon's Kirby-inspired, Pulitzer Prize-winning novel The Amazing Adventures Of Kavalier & Clay; a comparison of Kirby's and Harry Houdini's backgrounds; and the 2001 Kirby Tribute Panel (featuring Will Eisner, the late John Buscema, John Romita, Mike Royer, and ? believe it or not ? Johnny Carson)! Plus, there's the usual array of uninked Kirby pencils, shown at our huge tabloid size, and more! (TwoMorrow's Publishing)10x14 Cover price $9.95.

  • Issue #36
    Jack Kirby Collector (1994 Magazine/Treasury) 36

    TJKC celebrates the 40th anniversary of Thor! To start things off, there's two incredible color Kirby Thor covers (one inked by Mike Royer)! Inside, Joe Sinnott and John Romita, Jr. weigh-in on their Thor work with new interviews, and we proudly present a never-before-published 1969 interview with Jack Kirby, conducted by Shel Dorf! There's also voluminous coverage of everyone's favorite Thunder God, including a look at the "real" Norse gods, and an exhaustive examination of Jack and Stan's Tales of Asgard! Usual columnists Mark Evanier and Adam McGovern are also here, and to celebrate Thor's 40th birthday, we're featuring 40 pages of Kirby Thor pencils, including an amazing Kirby Art Gallery at tabloid size, with pin-ups, covers, and more! (TwoMorrows Publishing) Tabloid Format, 10x14, 80pg, b&w $9.95 Cover price $9.95.

  • Issue #37
    Jack Kirby Collector (1994 Magazine/Treasury) 37

    This issue's theme is "How To Draw Comics The Kirby Way," and it blows the lid off Jack's storytelling and art secrets! First up, there are two never-published Kirby covers (both water-colored in the 1960s by Jack himself)! Inside, Joe Sinnott and Mike Royer show us how to ink Kirby through a pair of tutorial interviews! Also, we present the second part of a never-published 1969 interview with Jack Kirby, conducted by Shel Dorf, and talking about how he do that thing he do! There's also a wealth of analysis of every aspect of Kirby's art; from story flow to leading the eye from panel-to-panel! Plus: A comparison of Jack's solo writing to Stan Lee's! Hal Foster's influence on Kirby! Regular columnists Mark Evanier and Adam McGovern! And an astounding Kirby Art Gallery at tabloid size! (TwoMorrows Publishing) SC, 10x14, 80pg, b&w $9.95 Cover price $9.95.

  • Issue #38
    Jack Kirby Collector (1994 Magazine/Treasury) 38

    In Jack Kirby Collector #38, it's the topic so huge, it took two big tabloid issues to cover it! Jack Kirby: Storyteller is the follow-up to last issue, detailing more secrets of how to draw comics the Kirby way! Behind two never-published Kirby covers (colored by Jack himself), you'll see: Kirby swipes, the evolution of the Human Torch and the Thing, and enough squiggles, crackle, explosions, and gizmos to make your head spin! Plus, master inker Joe Sinnott talks about how to ink the King! You'll spend an afternoon with the Kirbys (where you'll hear from Jack Davis, Roy Thomas, Paul Gulacy, the Hernandez Bros., and others on the King's work)! And don't miss regular columnists Mark Evanier and Adam Mcgovern, and the most amazing Kirby art gallery you've ever seen! (TwoMorrows Publishing) Tabloid, 80pg, b&w $9.95 Cover price $9.95.

  • Issue #39
    Jack Kirby Collector (1994 Magazine/Treasury) 39

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    This issue serves up an eclectic collection of fan-favorites! Behind two new Kirby covers (inked by Mike Allred and P. Craig Russell), TJKC covers all the cool Kirby characters readers have been clamoring for: The Hulk (just in time for this summer's blockbuster movie)! The Inhumans! The Silver Surfer, and more! Plus a never-published interview with the King himself! Regular columnist Mark Evanier answers "Frequently Asked Questions" about Jack! Adam McGovern examines Kirby-inspired work! Barry Forshaw unearths Jack's most obscure material! And wait until you see what they've dug up for the Kirby Art Gallery ? the biggest one yet ? all at tabloid size! (TwoMorrows Publishing) SC, 10x14, 80pg, b&w $9.95 Cover price $9.95.

  • Issue #40
    Jack Kirby Collector (1994 Magazine/Treasury) 40

    Behind two new Kirby covers (inked by Erik Larsen and European sensation Reedman), this issue rockets into the future by examining Kamandi and Omac. Plus, a spotlight on 2001: A Space Odyssey, The Black Hole, Thundarr, Captain Victory, and others! Also inside you'll find the 2003 Kirby Tribute Panel, featuring Wendy Pini, Michael Chabon, Stan Goldberg, Sal Buscema, Larry Lieber, and Stan Lee. Also, an interview with P. Craig Russell, Mark Evanier, a Kirby Art Gallery showing his unlinked pencil, and more! Tabloid, 80pg, b&w $9.95 Cover price $9.95.

  • Issue #41
    Jack Kirby Collector (1994 Magazine/Treasury) 41

    In Jack Kirby Collector #41 we look at Jack's fondly-remembered (and occasionally maligned) 1970s Marvel work! First, there's a Kirby Black Panther cover inked by comics legend Dick Giordano, and a Devil Dinosaur cover inked by Mark "Cadillacs & Dinosaurs" Schultz! Regular columnist Mark Evanier talks about Kirby at Marvel in the '70s, plus we'll examine the deal Jack got to lure him away from DC Comics in 1975! There's an interview with Ralph Macchio about Jack's tenure there, plus one with Dick Giordano about Kirby and comics, and coverage of the King's work from Captain America to Eternals to Machine Man! Also, "The 2004 Kirby Tribute Panel," direct from this summer's Comicon International: San Diego, tentatively featuring Dave Gibbons, Alex Ross, and other Kirby collaborators and admirers to be announced! Plus there's our other regular columnists, and a colossal Kirby Art Gallery, showing his uninked pencil art at whopping tabloid size! (Twomorrows Publishing) Tabloid, 80pgs, PC SRP: $9.95 Cover price $9.95.

  • Issue #42
    Jack Kirby Collector (1994 Magazine/Treasury) 42

    This is the "Hip" issue, spotlighting all the funky, clunky stuff Kirby did at 1970s DC Comics! From Jimmy Olsen and Dingbats of Danger Street, to Kung-Fu Fighter and Soul Love, you'll get it all! The issue features Kirby covers inked by Kevin Nowlan (Guardian and the Newsboy Legion) and Murphy Anderson (if you ever wondered what Jimmy Olsen would've looked like if Murphy had inked the whole book ? and not just the Jimmy and Superman heads ? you'll find out as he inks the unused Kirby cover from Jimmy Olsen #147! Also, both inkers share their thoughts on inking the King! Plus, a never-published interview with Kirby himself! Includes the usual columnists and features, including Mark Evanier answering Frequently Asked Questions. And a colossal gallery of Jack's finest pencil work at whopping tabloid size! (Twomorrows Publishing) (CAUT: 4) Tabloid, 10 x 15, 80pgs, B&W SRP: $9.95 Cover price $9.95.

  • Issue #43
    Jack Kirby Collector (1994 Magazine/Treasury) 43

    This month spotlights the recipients of the Jack Kirby Award at the 2004 San Diego Comicon! Those closest to the Kirbys share memories, anecdotes, momentos, photos, and never-seen art from Jack and Roz! Included are former Kirby assistant Steve Sherman and his brother Gary, plus Mark Evanier answering frequently asked questions about Jack! Cover by Kirby & Joe Sinnott. (Twomorrows Publishing) (CAUT: 4) Tabloid, 10 x 15, 80pgs, B&WSRP: $9.95 Cover price $9.95.

  • Issue #44
    Jack Kirby Collector (1994 Magazine/Treasury) 44

    Myth adventures rule in Jack Kirby Collector #44, focusing on Kirby's mythological characters, including The Demon, Thor, Atlas, The Eternals, and others! Also, there's a rare interview with Kirby, never-seen by most comics enthusiasts. Plus, two Kirby pencil art galleries: one of The Demon, and another featuring some of his other classic mythological characters. Cover by Kirby & Matt Wagner. (Twomorrows Publishing) (CAUT: 4) Tabloid, 10 x14, 80pgs, B&WSRP: $9.95 Cover price $9.95.

  • Issue #45
    Jack Kirby Collector (1994 Magazine/Treasury) 45

    This issue features a never-published interview with Jack Kirby! A heartfelt new interview with Jack's son Neal Kirby! Mark Evanier's regular column, plus other regular columnists! Also, look for two Kirby pencil art galleries ? "The Past" and "The Future" ? two rare, complete 1950s Kirby stories, an interview with Kirby Award-winner and family friend, Mark Miller, Kirby's first script from the 1930s, a look at Kirdy's 3-D work, the Eternals, Devil Dinosaur, Justice Inc., war and gangster stories, and the 2005 Kirby Tribute Panel! (Twomorrows Publishing) (CAUT: 4) Tabloid, 11x17, 80pgs, B&WSRP: $9.95 Cover price $9.95.

  • Issue #46
    Jack Kirby Collector (1994 Magazine/Treasury) 46

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    He's got the whole Fourth World in his hands as this issue focuses on Kirby's Forever People, New Gods, and perhaps Jack's greatest villain, Darkseid! Also included is a rare interview with Kirby; Mark Evanier's regular column; two Fourth World pencil art galleries (including Kirby's redesigns for Super Powers); a never-reprinted 1950s story, an interview with Kirby Award-winner and family friend, Marty Lasick, a new Kirby Darkseid front cover inked by Mike Royer; a Kirby Forever People back cover inked by John Byrne, and more! Cover price $9.95.

  • Issue #47
    Jack Kirby Collector (1994 Magazine/Treasury) 47

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    In this issue of The Jack Kirby Collector, explore Jack's group mentality as he focuses on his super teams! From kid gangs and the Challengers of the Unknown, to big guns like the Fantastic Four, X-Men, Avengers, and even Super Powers, they're all covered, and presented with plenty of never-before-seen 1960s Marvel pencil art! Also included is a rare Kirby interview, Mark Evanier's regular column, two pencil art galleries, a complete never-reprinted 1950s story, an interview with 'The Disappointment Artist' author Jonathan Lethem about Kirby's influence on him, and an interview with John Romita, Jr. on his work with Neil Gaiman revamping Kirby's Eternals! It's all sandwiched between an obscure 1960s Marvelmania front cover inked by Kirby himself, and a rare Super Powers back cover inked by Mike Royer! Edited by John Morrow. Cover price $9.95.

  • Issue #48
    Jack Kirby Collector (1994 Magazine/Treasury) 48

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    This issue spotlights 'Kirbytech' - Jack's knack for creating high-tech gizmos, gadgets, and concepts, from Iron Man's armor and Machine Man, to the Negative Zone and beyond! Included is a rare Kirby interview, Mark Evanier's regular column, two pencil art galleries, a complete 1950s story, interviews with Godland's Tom Scioli and Dark Horse publisher Mike Richardson, and the 2006 Kirby Tribute Panel (with Neal Adams, George PĂ©rez, John Romita, Sr., Mike Royer and Kirby lawyer Paul Levine). Plus, Kirby covers inked by Terry Austin and Tom Scioli, and more! Edited by John Morrow. Cover price $9.95.

  • Issue #49
    Jack Kirby Collector (1994 Magazine/Treasury) 49

    Strap on your armor for this issue of The Jack Kirby Collector, which spotlights some of Kirby's greatest warriors such as Thor, Sgt. Fury, The Challengers of the Unknown, The Losers, and others! Included is a rare Kirby interview (where Jack conveys the real-life horrors he went through on the battlefields of World War II), a new interview with Jerry Ordway, Mark Evanier's regular column, a look at hidden messages in Bill Everett's Thor inks, an interview with Seven Soldiers writer Grant Morrison on his Kirby-inspired work, Kirby pencil art galleries, a complete 1950s Kirby story, an amazing Kirby wraparound Thor cover inked by Jerry Ordway, and more! Edited by John Morrow. Cover price $9.95.

  • Issue #50
    Jack Kirby Collector (1994 Magazine/Treasury) 50

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    The publication that started the TwoMorrows juggernaut presents Kirby Five-Oh!, a special look at the best of everything from Jack Kirby's 50-year career in comics! A distinguished panel of experts to choose and examine the best Kirby stories published each year from 1938-1987 and the best covers from each decade! Plus, Jack's 50 best unused pieces of art, and his 50 best character designs! Also, profiles and commentary by the 50 people most influenced by Kirby's work! To wrap it up, there's a 50-page gallery of Kirby's powerful raw pencil art, and a deluxe color section of photos and finished art from throughout his entire half-century oeuvre! Cover by Kirby & Darwyn Cooke. Cover price $19.95.