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ALTER EGO (save $9.75)
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and BRICKJOURNAL, the magazine for LEGO® Fans (save $9)
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Go behind-the-scenes of 1980s MARVEL FANFARE in BACK ISSUE #96! It features an exclusive chat with Editori-Al himself, Al Milgrom. Plus it includes interviews with and art by Arthur Adams, Chris Claremont, Dave Cockrum, Steve Englehart, Michael Golden, Roger McKenzie, Frank Miller, Doug Moench, Ann Nocenti, George Pérez, Marshall Rogers, Paul Smith, Ken Steacy, Charles Vess, and many more! As always, it’s edited by the amazing Michael Eury.
You can view a free preview and order the Print Edition HERE!
Or order it at your local comic book shop using Diamond Order Code: FEB172031
TWO new magazines are shipping TODAY from TWOMORROWS!
See how the phenomenal BILL SIENKIEWICZ creates his amazing imagery in DRAW #33!
And female LEGO® builders display their amazing creations in BRICKJOURNAL #45!
Don’t miss ‘em!
TwoMorrows has two great new publications shipping today!
Learn all about DOUG MOENCH in the 1970s at Marvel Comics & Warren, in Roy Thomas’ ALTER EGO #146! Preview and order HERE!
Relive comics’ Camp Craze of the 1960s in Michael Eury’s HERO-A-GO-GO! Preview and order HERE!
And download our new 2017-2018 Catalog HERE!
The fine folks at Comic-Con International have invited me to be a Special Guest for this year’s San Diego Con! To say I’m overwhelmed by the honor is a colossal understatement, and while I don’t want to discount the impact TwoMorrows has made on the industry over the last 23 years, I’m sure the fact that it’s Jack Kirby’s 100th Birthday also had something to do with it.
When I published (or more accurately, hand-xeroxed and mailed 125 copies of) The Jack Kirby Collector #1 back in September of 1994, I had no idea where it would take me—just that it was my heartfelt tribute to the comics creator who’d had such a profound effect on me. Now, TJKC is taking me back to the event where I finally got to meet Jack and his charming with Roz, and I’ve been working overtime to make sure I bring something exciting for fans attending the non-stop Kirby Party there this year.
I’m already hard at work on Jack Kirby Collector #72, and Jon B. Cooke and I are close to wrapping up KIRBY100, our all-star celebration by 100 top pros, critiquing key images from Kirby’s career. Both of these will debut at the Con, at good old Booth #1301, our usual spot next to the Golden & Silver Age Pavilion.
There’ll also be a plethora of Kirby-related panels and events featuring Kirby collaborators, family and friends, and I’m putting together a multi-media presentation about Jack’s life and career, and how he’s been intrinsically intertwined with just about everything I’ve done at TwoMorrows Publishing. I plan to take this presentation to several other conventions through the end of 2017, but Comic-Con is the first place I’ll be on hand to present it myself.
If you’ve never been to Comic-Con, and you love Jack Kirby’s work, this is the year to go. Scoring tickets is a lot harder than it was in Jack’s days there, but trust me: it’ll be worth the effort. I look forward to seeing you there!
TwoMorrows Publishing’s new 2017-2018 INTERACTIVE CATALOG is now available, with upcoming releases! See every publication we offer, then click on any item to automatically be taken to its preview and ordering page at our website.
Download your copy here: http://bit.ly/TwoCatalog
The 2017 San Diego Comic-Con is celebrating Jack Kirby’s 100th birthday in a big way, and you can be a part of it. Send us a short snippet of your encounters with Jack at San Diego (500 words or less), and we’ll share it with Comic-Con for possible inclusion in this year’s Program Book!
Send to: email@example.com with subject line “Kirby Encounter.”