JACK KIRBY COLLECTOR #48 (09 May 2007) TwoMorrows Publishing

cover:  Jack Kirby
Terry Austin
Tom Scioli
JACK KIRBY COLLECTOR #48
Date: 09 May 2007
Cover Price: $13.00
Publisher: twomorrows.com

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Featuring the 2006 Kirby Tribute Panel (with Neal ADAMS, George PÉREZ, John ROMITA SR., Mike ROYER, and Kirby lawyer Paul LEVINE), at SAN DIEGO COMIC-CON 2006 (21 July 2006)

Spring 2007 - 84 pages - Tabloid Format

We get technical in issue #48, spotlighting “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, the 2006 Kirby Tribute Panel (with Neal ADAMS, George PÉREZ, John ROMITA SR., Mike ROYER, and Kirby lawyer Paul LEVINE), Kirby covers inked by Terry AUSTIN and Tom SCIOLI, and more! Edited by John MORROW.


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    2006 Kirby Tribute Panel from Jack Kirby Collector #48

    posted Aug 25, 2017, 3:45 AM by Vu Nguyen

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    JACK KIRBY COLLECTOR #48 (09 May 2007)
    TwoMorrows Publishing
    To celebrate Jack Kirby's 100th Birthday this Monday, enjoy this 2-page Kirby Tribute Panel preview at the San Diego Comic-Con in 2006, as published in Jack Kirby Collector #48 (TwoMorrows Publishing).  More information on twomorrows.com



    Alter Ego #68 & Jack Kirby Collector #48 Shipped
    News  Thu, 10 May 2007 22:21:34 CST  Ilke

    From www.diamondcomics.com

    JACK KIRBY COLLECTOR #48 (May 2007)
    TwoMorrows Publishing
    SHIPPING THIS WEEK: MAY 9, 2007
    Monday, May 07, 2007 10:12:17 AM

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    The following products are expected to ship to comic book specialty stores this week. Note that this list is tentative and subject to change. Please check with your retailer for availability.

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    Jack Kirby Collector #48
    News  Thu, 14 Dec 2006 23:21:53 CST  Ilke

    From www.twomorrows.com

    JACK KIRBY COLLECTOR #48 (May 2007)
    TwoMorrows Publishing
    Jack Kirby Collector 48
    Spring 2007 - 84 pages - Tabloid Format - $13.00

    We get technical in this issue, spotlighting "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, the 2006 Kirby Tribute Panel (with Neal ADAMS, George PÉREZ, John ROMITA SR., Mike ROYER, and Kirby lawyer Paul LEVINE), Kirby covers inked by Terry AUSTIN and Tom SCIOLI, and more! Edited by John MORROW.

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