domenica 3 gennaio 2010
I've written this before and I'll write it again, but I LOVE behind-the-scenes stuff. I love books about the making of things, be they comics or movies (I love All About "All [...] http://tinyurl.com/yatz7xp
Amazing Fantasy 15 (Aug. 1962).
Penciler: Jack Kirby.
Inker: Steve Ditko.
Amazing Fantasy 15 original Spider-Man artwork given to Library of Congress.
An Insider's Part of Comic History. Jack Kirby's Spider-Man.
Amazing Fantasy - Wikipedia.
Le origini segrete di Spider-Man (prima parte).
Le origini segrete di Spider-Man (seconda parte).
Le origini segrete di Spider-Man (terza parte).
La prima copertina di Spider-Man.
Amazing Fantasy 15 donato alla Biblioteca del Congresso.
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(Or, Today: A comic that Greg Hatcher probably loves. Not that there's anything wrong with that!)
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Today we look at Brian Michael Bendis' Jinx!
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Here we are in 2010 (Happy New Year everyone), and our first book of the year is off to press. I'm talking none other than James Kochalka's wickedly funny collected SuperF*ckers. Due in March, this book will make you laugh so hard you'll spew milk out your nose if you're not careful. Make sure you're not eating Oreo cookies with that milk! The collected edition includes all four previously published issues of the series, PLUS the unpublished Jack Krak solo issue!
• Some fine holiday greetings i received in my in-box these last couple of weeks.
• Finally, read the recent King-Cat (#70) by the nothing less than sublimely talented John Porcellino today on the exercise bike, only to discover that this issue celebrates King-Cat's 20th Anniversary. Holy shit! Unbelievable. I did a little digging and found this recent article/interview with John at Newsarama. If you're unfamiliar with John's work and profess to love comics, then please check out and purchase some of his masterful work, either here at his own King-Cat website or from his collected editions publisher, our friends at Drawn & Quarterly.