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Celebrate 50 Years of S.H.I.E.L.D. – A New Look at S.H.I.E.L.D. #9!

This August, celebrate a half century of Marvel’s premier intelligence agency in one colossal issue! Today, Marvel has released a new look at S.H.I.E.L.D. #9… 254 more words

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Preview Brew: S.H.I.E.L.D. #9 50th Anniversary Edition

Celebrate 50 Years of S.H.I.E.L.D. – Your New Look at S.H.I.E.L.D. #9!

                                                                                                                                                                           

New York, NY—July 29th, 2015— This August, celebrate a half century of Marvel’s premier intelligence agency in one colossal issue! 245 more words

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The Incredible Creation of the Incredible Hulk

This collects Incredible Hulk 1-6 and Tales To Astonish 60-91, beginning in May 1962. I enjoyed it immensely, and somewhat unexpectedly, much as I enjoyed reading Captain America — and the similar trials and tribulations of the early years of a character’s introduction into the comic universe. 523 more words

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Devil Dinosaur #2, 1978 "Devil's War!"

In the mid 1970’s, Marvel comics had a lot going good. The horror genre was pumping out books like crazy, the reprint era was in full swing, and the return of Jack Kirby cemented the company as the best in the business. 150 more words

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7/24/15

I was pleased to see Robert Morales list in the appendix to Captain America:Truth both the film and prose works of director/writer Samuel Fuller—whose output ranks him among my top five classic Hollywood filmmakers along with Nicholas Ray, Alfred Hitchcock, Sam Peckinpah and Fritz Lang—as major influences. 747 more words

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Variantes de Monstruos de Jack Kirby

Este octubre, Marvel rendirá tributo a Jack Kirby con una serie de cubiertas variantes que serán dibujadas imitiando su estilo icónico. Según explicó Axel Alonso, jefe de redacción en Marvel: 292 more words

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Kirby Monster Variants Bring Jack Kirby's Creatures to Life this October

By Staff Reports

When monsters ruled the Marvel Universe, the wildly imaginative brain and pencil of Jack Kirby brought dozens upon dozens of these creatures to life. 458 more words

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