Neal Kirby explains that his father and co-creator of Black Panther, Jack Kirby, would have loved Marvel's new movie.
Black Panther was created in 1966 by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby. Kirby considered Black Panther one of his most important creations for its messages, messages that made their way to the big screen last night, reaching millions more people than his books ever did. Though Kirby died in 1994, his family told The Hollywood […]
Originally co-created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby and published by Marvel Comics, Black Panther made his first appearance in 1966's Fantastic Four #52. The first superhero of African descent in mainstream American comics, Black Panther...Show More Summary
Since Joe Simon and Jack Kirby created Captain America in 1941 and had him splash onto the comics scene in that iconic cover where he decks Hitler across the face, Cap has been […] The post Stand Up, True Believers For This Captain America Gift Guide appeared first on Geek.com.
Black Panther has a rich history in the Marvel pantheon of Comic Books — Created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, his first appearance in comics was also with the Fantastic Four in 1966, almost 30 years before his introduction on the small screen. He joined the Avengers in 1968 in Avengers #52, but didn’t […]
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Earlier this week, Stan Lee, creative partner to Jack Kirby and towering comics legend, celebrated his 95th birthday. But all was not well, true believers. More »
Probably what I miss most in our perilous, terrifying and end-of-times-like historical era is the ability to read irresponsibly. There’s just too much responsible reading around; it can drive you to drink. Everything we’re supposed to read keeps looming up out of the darkness, bristling with portents,...
Though a big part of what made Thor. Ragnarok such a delightful change from Marvel's other Thor films was its refreshing decision to embrace the visual whimsy of Jack Kirby's style, the movie also owed a lot to writer Greg Pak's Planet Hulk storyline from 2006. More »
COMIC-CON INTERNATIONAL 2017 ICON AWARD Marie Severin is the Latest Comic-Con Icon Award Recipient! Comics superstar Marie Severin joins Jack Kirby as the 2017 Comic-Con International Icon Award recipients! Read more
“Y’know,” the late Jack Kirby told his assistant, Steve Sherman, “I’m competing against myself.” It was 1970, a little over three decades after Kirby stopped being Lower East Side street brawler Jacob Kurtzberg and became a professional writer-slash-artist under his percussive nom de plume. In that period, he had dreamt ... More »
The title to this post is misleading – this is more like nerd v half-a-nerd. On this morning’s show when the host confronted resident movie critic Sonny Bunch with my criticism of his lack of knowledge of Jack Kirby and comic art, Bunch...Show More Summary
After being cheated for many years at Marvel (where he created and/or wrote and drew Captain America, The Incredible Hulk, Iron Man, Thor, The Fantastic Four, The Silver Surfer, the Black Panther, Dr. Doom, and many other iconic characters)...Show More Summary
Created by Stan Lee & Jack Kirby, Thor first appeared in 1962's comic Journey Into Mystery #83, a sci-fi anthology published by Marvel Comics. Based on the Norse deity of the same name, Thor is the God of Thunder and possesses Mjolnir, an enchanted hammer. Show More Summary
Everything in Eternity #1 is influenced by the late Jack Kirby, from the otherworldly art to the extravagance of the characters. The post Eternity #1 Advanced Review appeared first on Rogues Portal.
Steve Foxe on all the ways that the Legacy initiative at Marvel won't save Marvel. John Siuntres talks to Declan Shalvey. go, look: Evan Dorkin draws the great Jack Kirby character Karkas. Roger Langridge draws Superman and Lois Lane. ...Show More Summary
Thor: Ragnarok's planet Sakaar will have very strong ties to the work of influential Marvel artist Jack Kirby. The post How Thor: Ragnarok’s Planet Sakaar is an Ode to Jack Kirby appeared first on CBR.
Last Monday was the 100th birthday of the King o’ Comics, Jack Kirby. The young’uns among you might not know the name (or maybe they do; I try not to be a fuddy-duddy most days) but Kirby was a force unparalleled in the comics medium. If you need a primer, Mike Gold wrote an excellent […]
The sharp, salivating teeth. The serpentine, Gene Simmons-esque tongue. The dark, hulking mass and perpetually angry, milky-white eyes. He might as well be H.R. Giger crossed with Jack Kirby. He is Venom. And now, Sony has announced a standalone film for one of the most beloved villains in Marvel Comics history. But after what we […]
A few days ago, in honor of Jack Kirby’s birthday, a photo from the set of Ant-Man and the Wasp gave us our first look at Evangeline Lilly suited up as the latter of those two titular Marvel superheroes. At that point, we had yet toShow More Summary