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Don Heck's 40-year career is a WORK OF ART

July 13th, 2014 7:42am by ComicList Email

Don Heck A Work Of Art HCMedia Release -- DON HECK remains one of the legendary names in comics, considered an "artist's artist," respected by peers, and beloved by fans as the co-creator of Marvel Comics characters Iron Man, Hawkeye, and Black Widow, and for his long stint on Marvel Comics' team book The Avengers. He joined Atlas/Marvel Comics in 1954, and along with industry giants Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko, Joe Maneely, and Dick Ayers, Don became an integral player in "The Marvel Age of Comics", drawing The X-Men, Spider-Man, Nick Fury—Agent of SHIELD, Daredevil, The Defenders, Ghost Rider, and most of Marvel's other characters. In the late 1970s he became regular artist on top-tier DC Comics titles such as Teen Titans, The Flash, Justice League of America, and Wonder Woman.

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COMIC BOOK CREATOR #5 may KITCHEN SINK or save a realm

July 9th, 2014 9:35am by ComicList Email

Comic Book Creator #5Media Release -- COMIC BOOK CREATOR #5 gets cooking with our ALL THIS AND DENIS' KITCHEN SINK, TOO number! We talk with the creator of many hats—cartoonist, publisher, author, CBLDF firebrand, art agent and author (and world-renowned NANCY and LI'L ABNER collector)—to discuss his friendships with HARVEY KURTZMAN, R. CRUMB, WILL EISNER, and many more, never mind his achievements as legendary underground comix publisher at KITCHEN SINK PRESS. Plus we discuss the artistry of DENYS COWAN; BILL EVERETT's final splash; delve into the shoddy research and falsified evidence in Dr. Fredric Wertham's SEDUCTION OF THE INNOCENT; and, natch, we throw HEMBECK into the pot to spice things up in our flavor-filled fifth ish! Edited by JON B. COOKE. Recommended for MATURE READERS ONLY.

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Relive the Bronze Age Fantastic Four in BACK ISSUE #74

June 26th, 2014 7:58pm by ComicList Email

Back Issue #74BACK ISSUE #74 (84 pages, FULL-COLOR, $8.95) turns its cosmic rays on the Fantastic Four in the Bronze Age! The FF in the 1970s and 1980s, the animated FF, the FF radio show of 1975, the Human Torch goes solo, a Galactus villain history, FF Mego figures… and the Impossible Man! Exploring the work of RICH BUCKLER, JOHN BUSCEMA, JOHN BYRNE, GERRY CONWAY, STEVE ENGLEHART, GEORGE PEREZ, KEITH POLLARD, ROY THOMAS, LEN WEIN, MARV WOLFMAN, and more! Cover by KEITH POLLARD and JOE RUBINSTEIN, revisiting the epic cover of Fantastic Four #200. Edited by MICHAEL EURY.

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Read Will Eisner's mail in ALTER EGO #127

June 26th, 2014 2:04pm by ComicList Email

Alter Ego #127ALTER EGO #127 (84 pages with FULL COLOR, $8.95) uncovers the WILL EISNER/"BUSY" ARNOLD letters! KEN QUATTRO annotates 1940s exchanges—some humorous, some bitter, many revelatory—between the creator of The Spirit and his Quality Comics publisher/partner! Featuring art and artifacts by LOU FINE, REED CRANDALL, CHUCK CUIDERA, NICK CARDY, ALEX KOTZKY, TONI BLUM, KLAUS NORDLING, ALDEN McWILLIAMS, et al.! Plus SHAUN CLANCY interviews Golden Age MLJ artist JOHN BULTHIUS—the continuation of AMY KISTE NYBERG's History of the Comics Code—FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America)—MICHAEL T. GILBERT exhuming comics lore in Mr. Monster’s Comic Crypt—BILL SCHELLY, and more, including a cover painting by DANIEL JAMES COX and JASON PAULOS! Edited by ROY THOMAS.

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DRAW! #28 spotlights Xeric Foundation winner Farel Dalrymple

June 17th, 2014 3:45pm by ComicList Email

DRAW! #28Media Release -- DRAW! #28 (80 full-color pages, $8.95), the professional "how-to" magazine on comics and animation, returns with a headliner spotlight on Xeric Foundation winner Farel Dalrymple (Pop Gun War, Meathaus, Society of Illustrators Gold Medalist). Dalrymple discusses the process behind his work and the upcoming second volume of his highly anticipated series Pop Gun War. Then, from Beware the Batman and Clone Wars to Transformers Prime and more, Draw! interviews top director and storyboard/comics artist Dave Bullock! Bullock discusses his animation work and covers for DC Comics, Valiant, and his upcoming comic project The Savage Blade of King Ronok! Plus, regular columnist Jerry Ordway draws on his years of experience to show readers the Ord-way of creating comics, Jamar Nicholas reviews the latest art supplies, and we present the latest installment of Comic Art Bootcamp by Bret Blevins and Draw! editor Mike Manley.

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Witness the creation of the Marvel Universe in JACK KIRBY COLLECTOR #63

June 17th, 2014 12:38pm by ComicList Email

Jack Kirby Collector #63Media Release -- JACK KIRBY COLLECTOR #63 takes you back inside the creation of the Marvel Universe with the late Mark Alexander, author of issue #58's LEE & KIRBY: THE WONDER YEARS! Mark worked tirelessly on a lengthy Lee/Kirby essay entitled "A Universe A'Borning" before his passing, and we proudly present it here! There's also MARK EVANIER interviewing Bullpenners ROY THOMAS, STAN GOLBERG, and JOE SINNOTT, plus our other regular columnists, a look at key late-1970s, '80s, and '90s events in Kirby's life and career, STAN LEE script pages, unseen Kirby pencils and unused art from THOR, NICK FURY, HULK and FANTASTIC FOUR, and more, all behind a wraparound cover inked by MIKE ROYER! Edited by John Morrow.

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BRICKJOURNAL #29 looks under the hood of TECHNIC building

June 12th, 2014 12:02pm by ComicList Email

Brickjournal #29Media Release -- BrickJournal #29 (84 full-color pages, $8.95), the magazine for LEGO enthusiasts, looks under the hood of TECHNIC building, or making your models move! We talk to TECHNIC hot rod builder Paul Boratko, and editor Joe Meno diagrams instructions on adding functions to your models! There's also shop-talk with LEGO TECHNIC designers, and more surprises to keep your creations moving at top speed! Plus: there's a look at the making of Beyond The Brick: A LEGO Brickumentary, our regular feature on Minifigure Customization by Jared K. Burks, AFOLs by cartoonist Greg Hyland, more step-by-step "You Can Build It" instructions by Christopher Deck, BrickNerd Pop Art by Tommy Williamson, and more! Edited by Joe Meno.

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Enter the third dimension again in ALTER EGO #126

May 23rd, 2014 8:42am by ComicList Email

Alter Ego #126Media Release -- ALTER EGO #126 (84 pages with FULL COLOR, $8.95) is our second big issue on 3-D Comics of the 1950s! (Did you save your glasses from last time?) KEN QUATTRO looks at the controversy involving JOE KUBERT, NORMAN MAURER, BILL GAINES, and AL FELDSTEIN! Plus still more fabulous Captain 3-D by SIMON & KIRBY and MORT MESKIN—as well as 3-D thrills from BOB POWELL, HOWARD NOSTRAND, JAY DISBROW and others! Extra: the adventurous career of Treasure Chest artist VEE QUINTAL—with FCA (Fawcett Collectors of America), MICHAEL T. GILBERT digging up history in Mr. Monster's Comic Crypt, BILL SCHELLY, and more! Edited by ROY THOMAS.

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The Acronyms List

AR -
Ask retailer for price
BD -
Blu-ray Disc
Collectible card game
CD -
Compact disc
Digital versatile disc
Free Comic Book Day
GN -
Graphic novel
HC -
HD -
High definition
Living Card Game
Mass market paperback
Polyvinyl chloride
Role playing game
SC -
To be determined
Trading card game
TP -
Trade paperback
Upper Deck Authenticated
Walt Disney Classics Collection
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