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Steven Trustrum 18h
Be the person wanted you to be.
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Faustslaughter 16h
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Mr. Doctor 11h
My other current read. It's almost been a couple years, so it seemed like a good time to revisit.
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The Comics Grid 7h
Wednesday, August 28th would be 's 102nd Birthday [NYC event] via
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Misinformation-Superhighwayman Aug 19
Replying to @foliosociety @Marvel
Would Captain America’s Co-Creator Punch Nazis? (Spoiler: yes, and so should you.)
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Scott Gray Aug 17
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Jay - ***Facts & Truths are NOT the same!!!*** Aug 19
Replying to @chrisscottsharp
in full effect!
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Micah👨🏻‍🏫 Aug 15
It’s a massive undertaking.
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Danny 2099 🦇 Aug 17
Birthday gift from Carlos !! 1 - Jack Kirby Variant 1:100 Hidden Gem 😍😍😍
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Scott Gray Aug 15
Kirby's intended name for the villain in FF Annual #5 was "Psychon", which, let's face it, would have aged a lot better than "Psycho-Man".
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Raymond Lowell Aug 19
This is where I got before bed last night. I would have gotten more of the figures done but I ran out of ink for my brush and didn't want to go upstairs to get more. Lazy ass!
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Great Scott, It’s STACYHD! Aug 15
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Jerry Ordway Aug 14
And now a Vince Colletta inked Thor page. Lots of brush inking here.
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Screw It Comics Aug 19
The FF will drink anything. Check out the podcast: “Screw It We’re Just Gonna Talk About Comics!” Available on Apple Podcasts — now! Season 2 covers Kirby & Lee’s entire 102 issue run.
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Jack Kirby Museum Aug 17
[Kirby Digital Archive] The cover to 105 cover was heavily edited. The Cap figure shown in 's pencils was redesigned by John Romita on velum first. Here are all the stages, pencils, sketch and published version for you to study
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Scott Gray Aug 14
There's that Darkseid again, flaunting his collection of Kirby originals.
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Rare Comic Books Aug 15
, The Last Boy On Earth #7 (1973) By "The Monster Fetish" Kamandi is captured by gorillas who seek to regain their "fetish", a giant talking ape named Tiny, from the Lion Men.
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Jack Kirby Museum 15h
[Den of Geeks] Marvel Pulls Essay Over Political Fears via
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Jack Kirby Museum 15h
[HyperAllergic] Walk the Streets That Inspired ’s Comics tour 2019
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Scott Gray 22h
Replying to @thetonyisabella
5) Take an up-close look at these two Kirby/Ditko panels from MWOM – magic!
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