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Alter Ego (1999 Magazine) comic books

  • Issue #10
    Alter Ego (1999 Magazine) 10

    In this issue: Carmine Infantino talks about his life and times. Never before printed Infantino Flash and Green Lantern art. Plus: John Broome, Robert Kanigher, Joe Kubert, Frank Harry, Arthur Peddy, Nick Cardy and Gil Kane. Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #11
    Alter Ego (1999 Magazine) 11

    11 is the Shazam cover painted by Don Newton. This issue is a double Marvel issue spotlighting the Golden Age of Timely/Marvel ?? and the real Captain Marvel! There are two great full-color covers ?? Timely's Big Three (by Carlos Burgos and Syd Shores), plus a great Captain Marvel painting by Don Newton! Great new interviews with Mickey Spillane (1940s Timely writer and creator of Mike Hammer), Vince Fago (artist and Timely's third editor-in-chief), and Syd Shores (1940s Captain America). Also includes rare, vintage and unpublished art by Burgos, Shores, Bill Everett, Jack Kirby, Carl Pfeufer, Mike Sekowsky, Vince and Al Fago, Don Rico, and other Timely stars! Also, a double-size FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) section featuring C.C. Beck, Marc Swayze, Don Newton, Alex Ross, and others! Plus, Magazine Enterprises ? the sequel! Scarce art from the 1940s-'50s by Bob Powell, Dick Ayers, Joe Certa, John Belfi, Fred Meagher, & Frank Bolle! Len Wein, Rich Buckler, Dick Giordano, and Roy Thomas on the birth of All-Star Squadron! Plus, M.T. Gilbert revisits Wally Wood ? Bill Schelly on early comics fandom! (TwoMorrow's Publishing) Magazine, 100pg, b&w $5.95 Cover price $5.95.

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    $7 Alter Ego #11, SYD SHORES MICKEY SPILLANE Twomorrows 2001 Human Torch Golden Age

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  • Issue #18
    Alter Ego (1999 Magazine) 18

    The Marvel Bullpen in the Golden and Silver Ages! This issue features full-color covers by Jack Kirby & Jim Amash (Fantastic Four) and Marc Swayze (Captain Marvel)! A slam-bang interview with artist/colorist Stan Goldberg (the guy who told Stan Lee the F.F. should wear blue, and the Hulk should be green)! Also, secrets behind Timely in the '40s ? and the first great days of the Marvel age! Tons of rare art by Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko, Dick Ayers, Don Heck, John Romita, John Buscema, Joe Maneely, Bill Everett, Carl Burgos, Dan Decarlo, and many more! Plus: a spotlight on Xero, the legendary 1960s science-fiction fanzine that helped launch comics fandom, with Dick & Pat Lupoff, Otto Binder, Don Thompson, Roy Thomas, Bill Schelly, and (believe it or not!) Roger Ebert? Also: an FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) section starring Marc Swayze, C.C. Beck, and others! Michael T. Gilbert & Mr. Monster on Wally Wood ghosting Flash Gordon ? and more! (Twomorrows Publishing) Magazine, 8.5x11, 100pg, b&w $5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #36
    Alter Ego (1999 Magazine) 36

    This issue features twin spotlights on Joe Simon ? and Canada's Golden Age Super-Heroes ? with previously unpublished, full-cover covers by Joe Simon (Fighting American) and Michael T. Gilbert and Ronn Sutton (those fabulous 1940s Canadian heroes)! First, Joe Simon talks about the Simon & Kirby Team, Stan Lee, Carl Burgos, Captain America, Fighting American, et al.! Then, John Bell, editor of Canuck Comics, discusses "The Great Canadian Super-heroes of World War II!" like Commander Steel, Nelvana of the Northern Lights, The Penguin (no, not that one!), Doc Stearne (a.k.a. Mr. Monster), Thunderfist, and lots more! Plus: Michael T. Gilbert on the Canadian origins of Mr. Monster! Roy Thomas, Rich Buckler, and Jerry Ordway on All-Star Squadron #1 and its Golden Age roots! FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) with Marc Swayze and C.C. Beck ? comics legend Alex Toth ? Bill Schelly on comics fandom ? and more! (TwoMorrows Publishing) Magazine, 108pg, b&w $5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #37
    Alter Ego (1999 Magazine) 37

    This issue is a slam-bang 4th of July Special, spotlighting Superman, Captain Marvel, and Uncle Sam! First, there's two full-color patriotic colors, by Golden Age legends Wayne Boring (Superman) and C.C. Beck (Captain Marvel & friends)! Next, Will Murray examines the legendary Superman "K-Metal" story, and Philip Wylie's Gladiator ? the 1930 novel that foreshadowed the Man of Steel ? featuring art by Joe Shuster, Wayne Boring, John Buscema, Ron Harris, et al.! There's a special double-length FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) section, featuring C.C. Beck, Marc Swayze, Don Newton, and Shazam!/Isis! Golden Age great Sy Barry tells Jim Amash about DC Comics, Flash Gordon, and his brother Dan Barry. Also, vintage art by Alex Toth, Mort Meskin, Gil Kane, Carmine Infantino, Murphy Anderson, and many others! Plus Michael T. Gilbert and Mr. Monster, Bill Schelly, and more! (TwoMorrows Publishing) Magazine, 108pg, b&w $5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #38
    Alter Ego (1999 Magazine) 38

    This is a special full-issue tribute to the man who spawned the Silver Age, Julius Schwartz! Behind brand-new full-color covers by two of Julie's greatest artistic collaborators ? Carmine Infantino (The Flash) and Irwin Hasen (Justice Society of America) ? there're never-before-published Julie Schwartz interviews by Will Murray and Shel Dorf ? including previously-unknown revelations and rare art by Carmine Infantino, Murphy Anderson, Gil Kane, Joe Kubert, Alex Toth, Joe Giella, Irwin Hasen, Curt Swan, Mike Sekowsky, Dick Dillin, and many, many others! Plus, there's special remembrances by Roy Thomas, Carmine Infantino, Murphy Anderson, Joe Giella, Jerry Bails, Bill Schelly, Jim Amash, Michael T. Gilbert, and others! And there's even an FCA section devoted to Julie, with Jackson Bostwick, scarce Shazam! art by C.C. Beck, Kurt Schaffenberger, Don Newton, Dave Cockrum, et al. ? and remembrances by P.C. Hamerlinck, Walt Grogan, John Cochran, and John G. Pierce! (TwoMorrows Publishing) Magazine, 8x11, 108pg, b&w $5.95 Cover price $5.95.

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    $17 ALTER EGO Volume 3 No.38 July 2004 Julius Schwartz, Julius Grundy VG+

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  • Issue #40
    Alter Ego (1999 Magazine) 40

    This issue presents a "trio of titans": Gil Kane, Julius Schwartz, and Russ Heath! With stunning new color covers by Gil Kane and Russ Heath ? featuring their greatest characters! Previously unpublished interviews with Kane and Schwartz ? studded with rare art by Carmine Infantino, Murphy Anderson, Jack Kirby, Joe Kubert, John Buscema, John Romita, Mike Sekowsky, and many others! Plus, Russ Heath in an in-depth interview by Jim Amash ? with tons of scarce and unpublished art! Additionally, there's the Julius Schwartz memorial tribute of march 2004 ? with Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman, Harlan Ellison, Dennis O'Neil, Michael Uslan, Irwin Hasen, Mike Carlin, Paul Levitz, et al. Plus FCA with C.C. Beck, Marc Swayze, and the Fawcett/Charlton connection ? Alex Toth, Bill Schelly, Michael T. Gilbert, and more! (TwoMorrows Publishing) Magazine, 108pg, b&w $5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #42
    Alter Ego (1999 Magazine) 42

    This issue features Marvel's forgotten silver age artists ? and The Golden Age of Ziff- Davis, Hillman ? and The Heap! There's two full-color, never-before-seen covers: the original Avengers by Steve Fastner and Rich Larson, plus Airboy & The Heap by 1940s/50s artist Ernie Schroeder! A Celebration of Don Heck, Werner Roth, and Paul Reinman ? three mighty Marvel artists of the 1960s ? and why they should never be forgotten! 'Course, we've also got rare art on hand by Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko, Dick Ayers, et al.! Then, from Hillman to Ziff-Davis, two Golden Age comics companies and their creators remembered by Heap/Airboy artist extraordinaire Ernie Schroeder, veteran editor Herb Rogoff, and cartoonist Walter Littman ? interviewed by Jim Amash! Plus scarce Hillman and Ziff-Davis art by Anderson, Infantino, Leav, Kida, Kriegstein, and many others! Also, FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America) with Marc Swayze and the Fawcett/Charlton Connection, Part III ? Alex Toth, Michael T. Gilbert, Bill Schelly, and more! (Twomorrows Publishing) Magazine, 108pgs, B&W $5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #45
    Alter Ego (1999 Magazine) 45

    This issue features Creig Flessel, Bert Christman, and The Golden Age Sandman! All this, and Michael Chabon, too! Behind a brand new full-color Sandman cover, painted by Creig Flessel! In this issue there's a focus on 1930s-40s artist Creig Flessel, one of DC's earliest illustrators, and artist of the original Sandman. He's interviewed by Jim Amash, and asked about the Golden and Platinum Ages. Along with the interview is rare and vintage art by Jack Cole, Joe Shuster, Shelly Mayer, Fred Guardineer, Chad Grothkopf, Bill Ely, Gill Fox, and other comics talents! Plus, in-depth coverage on 1940s writer/artist/creator Bert Christman by Dave Armstrong, with never-before-seen photos and art ? everything from "Sandman" to the Flying Tigers! Michael Chabon, creator of The Escapist and Luna Moth, tells Roy Thomas about researching his 2000 Pulitzer- winning novel The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay, featuring art by Will Eisner, Gil Kane, Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers, Mart Nodell, and Shelly Moldoff! Plus: FCA with Marc Swayze, C.C. Beck, and a bit on Otto Binder's "lost" Jon Jarl story. Also, Michael T. Gilbert and "Mr. Monster's Comic Crypt." Lastly, Bill Schelly on comics fandom, and Alex Toth on whatever he feels like talking about! (Twomorrows Publishing) (CAUT: 4) Magazine, 8x11, 100pgs, B&W SRP: $5.95 Cover price $5.95.

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    $17 ALTER EGO Volume 3 No.45 February 2005 Creig Flessel, Bert Charistman VG+

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  • Issue #48
    Alter Ego (1999 Magazine) 48

    This issue: Will Eisner?A Man of Quality! The late, great legend discusses Busy Arnold's Big Little Company in a 2003-2004 talk with Jim Amash about Quality Comics (and Eisner & Iger) in the 1940s (with tons of rare art by Lou Fine, Reed Crandall, Jack Cole, Nick Cardy, Bob Powell, et al.)! Plus: a full-color cover by Eisner and his Quality compeers, featuring The Spirit! Included are tributes to Eisner by Stan Lee, Gene Colan, Alex Saviuk, Allen Bellman, Will Murray, Jim Amash, Roy Thomas, and others! A revealing interview with 1940s Quality artist Vern Henkel (Wings Wendall, Yankee Eagle, Captain Fortune, etc.)! Michael T. Gilbert on Eisner's Wonder Man of 1939! FCA with Marc Swayze, Jack Bowler, & C.C. Beck; Alex Toth on comic art; Bill Schelly interviews Bud Plant, & more! Edited by Roy Thomas. (Twomorrows Publishing) Magazine, 8x11, 100pgs, B&WSRP: $5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #49
    Alter Ego (1999 Magazine) 49

    spotlights CARL BURGOS and his fumin' HUMAN TORCH, plus other hot topics from the Timely/Marvel Age! We lead off with a fantastic new painting by MARK SPARACIO, from a never-before-seen 1941 layout by CARL BURGOS?of the Torches giving Hitler a hotfoot! CARL BURGOS?creator of Iron Skull, The Thunderer, White Streak, the 1966 Captain Marvel?and, oh yeah, The Human Torch?is revealed at last in the first-ever interview with his daughter SUE BURGOS?conducted by JIM AMASH, and featuring art by BURGOS?BILL EVERETT?ED ASCHE?JIMMY THOMPSON?MIKE SEKOWSKY?DICK AYERS?et al.! A dozen-plus fierily fabulous unused, previously-unpublished 1941 cover layouts almost certainly by CARL BURGOS and other Timely titans?including Human Torch and Sub-Mariner in battle! TOM LAMMERS on the 1957 Atlas Implosion?GER APELDOORN on a villainous Human Torch by artist MANNY STALLMAN?plus the one-and-only flare-up of The Blue Flame! Also, a Fawcett Collectors of America (FCA) section with MARC SWAYZE and BILL BLACK?BILL SCHELLY on comics fandom?MICHAEL T. GILBERT and MR. MONSTER?and MORE!! (Twomorrows Publishing) Magazine, 8x11, 100pgs, B&WSRP: $5.95 Cover price $5.95.

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    $8 Alter Ego Vol 3 #49, CARL BURGOS, ALEX TOTH, WILL EISNER, Twomorrows 2005, FN/VF

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