In honor of The World of TwoMorrows (our 25th Anniversary book) reaching over 75% funding on Kickstarter, we’re having a MAG-Nificent Sale!Color magazines are only $5 each, and black-&-white mags are only $3 each! But the sale only lasts till our Kickstarter ends on April 25, so you’ve got just 9 days to:
• Alter Ego through #105: $3 each and #107-149: $5 each
• Back Issue through #51: $3 each and #52-98: $5 each
• Comic Book Artist #14, 19: $3 each (final copies!)
• Comic Book Creator through #14: $5 each
• Draw through #24: $3 each and #25-34: $5 each
• RetroFan #1-2: $5 each (try our newest mag!)
• Rough Stuff #5, 7, 8: $3 each (final copies!)
• Jack Kirby Collector through #60: $3 each (including Tabloid issues!) and #61-72: $5 each
• BrickJournal through #49: $5 each
(This sale is on PRINT copies only purchased at our website, but a free digital edition is included with print copies where available. New and upcoming issues, books, and subscriptions aren’t included.)
Pledge to our Kickstarter to make our 25th Anniversary book THE WORLD OF TWOMORROWS a reality, and once we reach 60% funding, I’ll sweeten the pot by offering $5 color mags and $3 B&W mags at our website, through the end of the Kickstarter on April 25!
But the sooner we hit that 60%, the sooner the sale starts and the longer it lasts. So pledge here: bit.ly/WorldOfTwoMorrows
Just in time for the big screen rendition, RetroFan #4 spotlights Andy Mangels’ exploration of the Saturday morning live-action Shazam! TV show, featuring interviews with John (Captain Marvel) Davey and Michael (Billy Batson) Gray. Martin Pasko’s Pesky Perspective sets its sting on the Green Hornet in Hollywood! Ernest Farino remembers the magical monster maker Ray Harryhausen! The Oddball World of Scott Shaw time-travels to the long-gone, way-out Santa Monica Pacific Ocean Amusement Park! Plus: the Star Trek Set Tour, interviews with actor Sam J. Jones and Jan and Dean’s Dean Torrence, the British sci-fi TV classic Thunderbirds, Super Collector’s virtual museum of Harvey (Casper, Richie Rich) merchandise, the wild and crazy King Tut fad, and more fun, fab features! Edited by Back Issue magazine’s Michael Eury.
Stop by TwoMorrows Publishing’s lucky booth #1313 at WonderCon this week!
Just a stone’s throw from Disneyland, come see all the exciting new items we’ll be debuting, with a limited number of copies of:
• RetroFan #4 (spotlighting the 1970s Saturday morning live-action Shazam! TV show)
• Alter Ego #158 (an FCA [Fawcett Collectors of America] Special)
• Back Issue #112 (the “Nuclear Issue”)
• Back Issue #113 (celebrating the Tim Burton Batman movie’s 30th Anniversary)
• Jack Kirby Collector #76 (the “Fathers & Sons” issue)
PLUS: All black-&-white magazines are only $3! Many books on sale for $5 and $10 (including hardcovers)! Get there early for best selection.
Publisher JOHN MORROW will be at the booth all three days, to share plans for TwoMorrows’ 25th Anniversary celebration this fall! And John will be appearing on the Jack Kirby Tribute Panel on Sunday at 3:00 PM in Room 211.
CBC #19 celebrates the greatest fantasy artist of all time, FRANK FRAZETTA! From THUN’DA and EC COMICS to CREEPY, EERIE, and VAMPIRELLA, Steve Ringgenberg and CBC’s editor Jon B. Cooke present an historical retrospective, including insights by current creators and associates, and memories of the man himself. PLUS: Frazetta-inspired artists JOE JUSKO, and TOM GRINDBERG, who contributes our Death Dealer cover painting!
Back Issue #111 is the “Alternate Realities” issue, cover-featuring the 20th anniversary of Alex Ross and Jim Krueger’s Marvel Earth X! Plus: What If?, Bronze Age DC Imaginary Stories, Elseworlds, Marvel 2099, and Peter David and George Perez’s senses-shattering Hulk: Future Imperfect. Featuring Tom DeFalco, Chuck Dixon, Peter B. Gillis, Pat Mills, Roy Thomas, and many more! Featuring an Earth X cover by Alex Ross. Edited by Michael Eury.
Join me (TwoMorrows publisher John Morrow) for the Mr. Media YouTube Premiere of my interview about my new book “Kirby & Lee: Stuf’ Said!”, and my 25 years producing the Jack Kirby Collector magazine.
It premieres this Thursday, Feb. 28, at 9:00pm EST, so I hope you’ll join me for the virtual watch party! During the streaming, there’ll be a live text chat you can participate in, to interact with other viewers, and ask me questions in real time. Click here to set yourself a reminder to attend:
Did you know that in the late 1940s, in the male-dominated business of comics, WONDER WOMAN has a female writer? Find out more in Interview ALTER EGO #157, which ships today with an interview with JOYE MURCHISON, assistant to Wonder Woman co-creator DR. WILLIAM MARSTON, and WW’s female scriptwriter from 1945-1948!