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Publisher John Morrow interviewed live, Tuesday, Oct. 22, on NPR

TwoMorrows publisher John Morrow will be interviewed live tomorrow (Tuesday, Oct. 22) on North Carolina Public Radio’s call-in show “The State of Things,” hosted by Frank Stasio.

The show starts at Noon EST with a discussion of the new Joker film, which leads into John’s interview from 12:20–12:40pm, where he’ll be talking about the new expanded, second edition of his book Kirby & Lee: Stuf’ Said, and the complicated relationship between the co-creators of Marvel Comics’ major super-heroes.

Be a part of this live broadcast by calling-in at 1-877-962-9862, emailing, or tweet to @state_of_things. Or listen to it later at

The Expanded Second Edition of Kirby & Lee: Stuf’ Said! ships today!

Learn more about about the clash over Galactus’ origin, Steve Ditko’s feelings about his Marvel work, and the impetus for Kirby’s notorious “Funky Flashman” parody of Stan Lee!

After achieving the quickest sell-out in TwoMorrows’ history, KIRBY & LEE: STUF’ SAID has gone back to press for an Expanded Second Edition, including minor corrections, and 16 new pages worth of “Stuf’ Said” by the creators of the Marvel Universe!

Interspersed chronologically in this updated edition are new and often surprising revelations that’ve come to light since the first edition took fandom by storm! It’s augmented with copious additional comments by Spider-Man co-creator Steve Ditko, more details and Lee and Kirby’s clash over the origin of Galactus, and a remarkable find that explains why Kirby decided to bitingly parody Stan Lee as “Funky Flashman” in his Mister Miracle comics series.

You can view a free preview and order the $26.95 print edition (at 15% off with a free digital edition) or digital edition only (just $12.95) at this link!

Or order the Print Edition at your local comic book shop using Diamond Order Code: MAY192003

Three new mags shipping today from TwoMorrows!

And in case you can’t get enough of TwoMorrows (and who can?), Back Issue #116, RetroFan #6, and BrickJournal #59 ship today!

All three new magazines are available digitally, in stores, and directly from TwoMorrows Publishing now!
You can request them at your local retailer, using these Diamond Order Codes:
BACK ISSUE #116: JUN191993
RETROFAN #6: JUN191994

IN PREVIEWS NOW: Back Issue #118, new American Comic Book Chronicles 1950s edition, & more!

Check out what TwoMorrows Publishing has listed in Diamond’s latest Previews catalog!
All our publications are in the front “Comics & Graphic Novels” section, alphabetically under “TwoMorrows”.

Use the Diamond Order Codes to order at your local comic book shop, or click the covers below to order directly from TwoMorrows at 15% off!
To see FULL listings of all items, CLICK HERE!

OCT192156    ALTER EGO #160 (Ditko)
OCT192157    BACK ISSUE #118 NEW!
OCT192159    AMERICAN COMIC BOOK CHRONICLES: The 1950s (Updated Hardcover Edition)
OCT192160    ALL STAR COMPANION, Volume 4 (Softcover)
OCT192161    COLLECTED JACK KIRBY COLLECTOR, Volume 7 (Softcover)
OCT192164    MARVEL COMICS IN THE 1980s (Softcover)

The expanded second edition of Stuf’ Said has a secret 100-copy Hardcover Edition!

To help pay for the print run, we’ve bound only 100 hardcover copies of the Expanded Second Edition of Kirby & Lee: Stuf’ Said, making it our most limited publication ever. This secret hardcover version is not available in stores, and only directly from TwoMorrows for $39.95. It contains everything in the new Softcover second edition (no extras, other than the custom binding and “Limited Hardcover” designation printed on the cover).

The 100-copy Hardcover Edition is available first-come, first served only at this link!

(Note: If you already pre-ordered the Softcover Second Edition, and would like to upgrade it to this Limited Hardcover, place your order now to reserve a copy, and in the “Comments” box during checkout, write “Please upgrade my pre-order copy” and we’ll issue a refund for what you paid for the Softcover version. Sorry, this upgrade offer is not available for First Edition copies.)

If you’d like to order the Expanded Second Edition in Softcover, click here!

Alter Ego sale through Sept. 16!

The Alter Ego sale we promised during our American Comic Book Chronicles Kickstarter campaign is now live at!

Right now, get $3.95 off all print issues of Alter Ego through #150 (so $2, 3, 4 etc. back issues), and $1 off digital editions of Alter Ego #1-150.

A lot of older issues (prior to #100) are close to selling out, so go get ’em!

Help TwoMorrows find a few images for JACK KIRBY’s DINGBAT LOVE!

Help TwoMorrows Publishing find a few images for our upcoming hardcover book JACK KIRBY’s DINGBAT LOVE! It collects Kirby’s final unpublished stories from his DC Comics projects Dingbats of Danger Street #2 and #3, True Divorce Cases, and Soul Love.

We’re still missing 3 pages of Jack Kirby’s “True Divorce/Soul Love” story titled “The Model”, and could use better copies/scans of a handful of other pages, to make this volume as beautiful as possible. Click here to download a small PDF file showing what we need, and please help spread the word!

And get all the details, and pre-order the book, HERE!

The latest American Comic Book Chronicles volume examines comics of 1940-44, and ships today!

Now shipping is the latest volume in TwoMorrows Publishing’s groundbreaking series of full-color hardcovers, where top authors document every decade of comic book history from the 1940s to today.

American Comic Book Chronicles: 1940-1944 examines the World War II Golden Age of comic books, a period that presented the earliest adventures of such iconic super-heroes as Batman, Captain Marvel, Superman, and Wonder Woman. Author Kurt Mitchell and collaborator Roy Thomas composed this volume about the era when America’s entry into World War II was presaged by the arrival of such patriotic do-gooders as Will Eisner’s Uncle Sam, Harry Shorten and Irv Novick’s The Shield, and Joe Simon and Jack Kirby’s Captain America. It was when teenage culture found expression in a fumbling red-haired high school student named Archie Andrews. But most of all, the first five years of the 1940s was the age of the “packagers” when studios headed by men like Harry A Chesler, Will Eisner, and Jerry Iger churned out material for a plethora of new comic book companies that published the entire gamut of genres, from funny animal stories to crime tales to jungle sagas to science-fiction adventures.

We’re currently running a highly successful Kickstarter campaign to fund new printings of the sold-out 1950s and 1980s volumes ( It was fully funded in less than 12 hours, guaranteeing the entire series of comics history books will stay in print as we ready the final volume on 1945-49 for release in Spring 2020.

American Comic Book Chronicles: 1940-1944
(288-page full-color Hardcover) $45.95
(Digital Edition) $15.95
ISBN-13: 978-1-60549-089-2
Diamond Comic Distributors Order Code: FEB192024

A free preview of the book is available HERE!