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by John Morrow, Jon B. Cooke

by Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko, Wallace Wood, John Romita Sr.


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Release Date: January 8, 2019
Publication Date: January 29, 2019
Author: John Morrow, Jon B. Cooke
Artist: Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko, Wallace Wood, John Romita Sr.
Creators: John Morrow (Editor)
Package Dimensions (in inches): 0.43 x 10.75 x 8.43
Package Weight: 111 Hundredths Pounds
Item Dimensions (in inches): 10.7 x 8.3 x 0.5
Item Weight: 111 Hundredths Pounds
Audio Tracks/Subtitles: English (Published), English (Original Language), English (Unknown)

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EAN: 9781605490861
ISBN: 1605490865
Manufacturer: TwoMorrows Publishing
Number Of Pages: 160
Package Quantity: 1


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Product Description: For its 75th issue, the Jack Kirby Collector magazine presents this first-of-its-kind examination of the creators of the Marvel Universe, in an oversize book! It looks back at their own words, in chronological order, from fanzine, magazine, radio, and television interviews, to paint a picture of Jack Kirby and Stan Lee’s relationship―why it succeeded, where it deteriorated, and when it eventually failed. Also here are recollections from Steve Ditko, Wallace Wood, John Romita Sr., and more Marvel Bullpen stalwarts who worked with both Kirby and Lee. Rounding out this book is a study of the duo’s careers after they parted ways as collaborators, including Kirby’s difficulties at Marvel Comics in the 1970s, his last hurrah with Lee on the Silver Surfer Graphic Novel, and his exhausting battle to get back his original art―and creator credit―from Marvel. Stuf’ Said gives both men their say, compares their recollections, and tackles the question, “Who really created the Marvel Comics Universe?”.

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