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Comics Journal Library Vol 1 Jack Kirby TP

Edited by Milo George. The Comics Journal Library Volume 1, the first of a series of collections of interviews and essays from the medium's premier magazine of critical commentary for the past 25 years, Fantagraphics Books presents a comprehensive look at the man and the creator through a series of exclusive in-depth interviews and critical essays. In his own words, Kirby describes the circumstances of the creative process, his many contributions to the comics medium, and candidly discusses his personal and professional triumphs and disappointments, including his landmark battle with Marvel Comics in the 1980s over the intellectual properties and original art created work-for-hire for the publishing giant over a 25-year period. Exclusively available in this landmark volume on one of comics' seminal influences is the first publication of all of Kirby's illustrated letters when he was overseas during World War II. These powerfully moving field drawings and letters to his wife Roz, written and drawn while the artist served as a solider in the European Theater of Operations, provide a never-before seen portrait of the artist as a young man in a foxhole. SC, 12x12, 120pg, PC
Author / Artist:
Milo George,Jack Kirby
Comics Journal
Non-Fiction,Art Books
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