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hysteria, he was an avid comics fan. In fact, a 15-year-old Martin sent a letter to Marvel Comics (Stan Lee and Jack Kirby in particular) and Marvel has posted the decades-old letter to its website. It's pretty amazing .
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hysteria, he was an avid comics fan. In fact, a 15-year-old Martin sent a letter to Marvel Comics (Stan Lee and Jack Kirby in particular) and Marvel has posted the decades-old letter to its website . It's pretty amazing. Martin starts
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Mullen initially did not remember receiving any such memo but was later able to track down a copy, according to Capt. Jack Kirby , Mullen's former spokesperson. "That said, neither the contents of the memo nor the proof of its existence altered
Marvel Comics shows its marvelous colors in online archive
against Dr. Doom frame-by-frame with a "Smart Panel" viewing feature. The user can zoom in on details of art by Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko from the 1960s or catch up with today's The Ultimates and New Avengers. "We did not want to get caught
Which archived comic should fans pick first?
John Romita Jr.'s art in the first (story) arc." 2. Captain America #100-110 (1968). "Classic Stan Lee/ Jack Kirby greatness. And are the issues by Jim Steranko (beginning with #110), in there, too? C'mon, that's as good
Heroes and Villains Share Space at Major Comic-Book Exhibit
from 1950 to the present at The Jewish Museum. One of the most influential artists included, according to Gass, is Jack Kirby who drew Captain America, Silver Surfer, and The Fantastic Four. Glass said Kirby was an "innovator in the creation
Fantastic Four Seeks 'Incredible' Success
problems." The Un-Cleavers The Fantastic Four, created by Marvel Chairman Emeritus Stan Lee and artist/writer Jack Kirby , debuted in "The Fantastic Four No. 1" in 1961. The quartet ushered in the era of the tortured superhero who openly
Look for Your Inner Hulk
comic book characters that Stan Lee, now chairman emeritus of Marvel, unveiled in the 1960s. He and artist/writer Jack Kirby 's new character melded aspects of a modern-day Jekyll and Hyde with Frankenstein's monster. People feared scientist
Legendary Western Hero Comes 'Out'
ran for two years only, but was revived in 1960 by Stan Lee, now chairman emeritus of Marvel, and artist/writer Jack Kirby . They reinvented the character as a loner whose quest for justice was motivated by the slaying of a loved one. This