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Link Ink: Scott Pilgrim Morphs, Potential ‘Rocketeer’ Reboot And More ‘Witchdoctor’


GIFs: Join us in being completely hypnotized by Shmorky's morphing Scott Pilgrim.

Movies: Disney may be working on a cinematic The Rocketeer reboot...

Art: Apparently, Jack Kirby ghosted the comic strip Davy Crockett, Frontiersman and it was reprinted in France...

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Link Ink: Kirby4Heroes, Nesting Avengers And The Death Of Invincible


Fundraising: Jillian Kirby, the 16-year-old granddaughter of Jack Kirby, announces Kirby4Heroes, a fundraising effort for the Hero Initiative, in honor of The King of Comics' August 28 birthday at Hero Complex...

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‘The King & The Worst’ Takes On The Evils Of Sorcery With Jack Kirby And Ed Wood [Video]


There are a lot of great team-up stories out there, but in his 22-minute short film The King and the Worst, director David Galan Galindo has brought us one of the most unexpected and awesome pairings of all time: Jack Kirby and Ed Wood, plucked from World War II to battle against a pair of evil sorcerers in a nightmarish dimension that looks an awful lot like someone's house...

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The Jack Kirby Convention Sketchbook: 2012 Update


Last year, I posted about a convention sketchbook I'd started themed around characters created or co-created by the legendary Jack Kirby, with ten great sketches from the artists I'd met at HeroesCon in Charlotte, North Carolina...

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Link Ink: ‘Life In Hell’ Concludes, Tasting CAKE and ‘Boy God’


Creators: After more than three decades, The Simpsons and Futurama creator Matt Groening has ended his syndicated comic strip, Life In Hell.

Industry: Want an insight into just what comic editors do...

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Parting Shot: Happy (Belated) Father’s Day from Dennis Culver and the Fourth World


A father's day tribute to Jack Kirby from Dennis Culver's blog:


A lot of people seem to think that Darkseid is the worst dad in comics but who is worse? The god of all evil or the dad that sends his son to live with the god of all evil...

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Remembering That Time the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Met Jack Kirby


I'm a big fan of Jack Kirby, and some of the more fun parts of the King's legacy have always been those moments where he shows up within the comics and cartoons that he had a hand in shaping. Over the years, Kirby has been denied admittance along with Stan Lee to their creations' wedding in Fantastic Four, appeared as a floating head made of pure creative force in Alan Moore and Rick Veitch's Supreme, and even showed up again in the pages of FF, in the role of, well, God Himself during Mark Waid and Mike Wieringo's run...

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Romance Was Born Designs Marvel-ous Looks For Australian Fashion Week [Video]


The whimsical Australian designer duo, Romance Was Born, kicked off Australian Fashion Week with a super-heroic collection for Spring/Summer 2013, sponsored by no other than Marvel Comics. With a collection that includes a tangible incarnation of Jack Kirby's famous Kirby Krackle (comprised of textured beads and baubles) floating on a cosmic purple and charcoal ensemble, the Romance Was Born x Marvel Comics collaboration is truly a walking work of art...

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Match Your ‘Avengers’ Ticket Price with a Donation to the Hero Initiative [Opinion]


In response to ethical concerns raised about Marvel's much anticipated The Avengers film, which is based on characters co-created by Jack Kirby and other comic book professionals who (or whose estates) will not benefit financially from the hugely popular motion picture, cartoonist Jon Morris offered a thoughtful proposal for conflicted fans who are mindful of the situation but do not wish to boycott the film: donating the price of a movie ticket to The Hero Initiative, the comics industry not-for-profit corporation dedicated to helping comics creators in need of financial aid...

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The Thrills and Chills of Jack Kirby’s Next Issue Teasers in ‘Captain America’


Jack Kirby was unquestionably the greatest comic book artist who ever lived, and is largely responsible for shaping comic books as we know them today. But there's one aspect of the King's work that I absolutely love, even though it's often overlooked: The incredible "Next Issue" blurbs that he created for his comics...

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