JACK KIRBY COLLECTOR #31 (Mar 2001)

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Jack Kirby
Neal Adams
Tom Ziuko
JACK KIRBY COLLECTOR #31
Mar 2001
$9.95
TwoMorrows Publishing (twomorrows.com)


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    JACK KIRBY COLLECTOR #31 (Mar 2001)



    Boerner Sketch in All Stars Companion Companion
    News  Thu, 07 Dec 2006 18:32:25 CST  Ilke
    From Ilke
    The All-Star Companion Volume 1 includes the same Perez sketch of Brian Boerner that first appeared in The Jack Kirby Collector #31 - it's on page 206, in the section 'The Men (and a Woman or Two) behind The All-Star Companion.'

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    All-Star Companion - $26.00
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    Fully Updated and Revised - and Back for a Second Printing! Roy Thomas, internationally known as a major writer and editor for Marvel and DC Comics, has assembled the most thorough look ever taken at All-Star Comics! Drawing on his lifelong passion for The Justice Society of America, he traces its origin from its beginnings in the 1940s, through its rebirth in the 1960s, the 1970s resurrection of All-Star Comics, and beyond. Thomas has compiled exhaustive research to highlight key issues, outline the genesis of this fabled series, and document the contributions of the artists, writers, and editors who made All-Star Comics one of the most sought-after collectibles in comics history. Along the way, he tracked down numerous pages from a never-published JSA story, presented here for the first time. In addition, there's a discussion of four "lost" issues of All-Star, plus more insights, explorations, and conjectures than you can shake a Junior JSA badge at!

    Plus rare & unpublished art by Alex Ross, Joe Kubert, Jerry Ordway, Jack Burnley, Sheldon Moldoff, Dick Dillin, Irwin Hasen, Mart Nodell, Creig Flessel, Wally Wood, Jack Kirby, Carmine Infantino and others, plus insights, explorations, conjectures, and more!!

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     July 4, 2001
    Page 37 features a tiny drawing of Brian Boerner by George Pérez
     April 11, 2001
    From Tony Lorenz, via Perez Club
      Just got in the mail the new issue of the Kirby Collector (it's the magazine that reinspired me to publish the George Perez Newsletter (copies are still avialable, e-mail me at ), the issue is #31, it's in the new oversize format, kinda like the Alex Ross format comics. .... You need to add the issue to the George Perez checklist, on page 31 of issue 31 of the Kirby Collector, as a small drawing of Brain Boerner by George, cover date is March of 2001 issue 31 with a cover price of $9.95.
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