Jack Kirby Collector celebrates the life and career of the "King" of comics through interviews with Kirby and fellow artists, featuring articles, and rare & unseen Kirby artwork. Edited by John Morrow. "Jack Kirby Collector is a trademark of TwoMorrows Inc., and published by TwoMorrows Publishing."
Number 33 from November 2001. 40th Anniversary of the Fantastic Four, Glen Gold details an amazing artifact from an incredibly forgettable issue of the FF, Gallery of Jack's FF pencils, at glorious tabloid size!, Shane Foley tracks down the origins of Kirby Krackle!, Bruce Timm and Erik Larsen give us the lowdown on this issue's covers, Mark Alexander shows how Jack approached the same job differently, five years hence, Mark Evanier answers a reader's Frequently Asked Questions about the many splendored FF cartoon series, R.L. Bryant gives us his dream cast for the inevitable FF movie,
Mike Gartland tells of some not-so-Strange Tales about a certain Human Torch, Adam McGovern focuses in on Erik Larsen's Kirby influence in the World's Greatest Comics Magazine, Savage Dragon, and the Defenders, Throughout the issue, we interview nearly every writer and artist who worked on the FF after Kirby, A new Stan Lee interview in TJKC? 'Nuff Said!,
Mark Lerer feels Kirby's wordsmithing got the editing it deserved during his family reunion on The Inhumans, What FF issue would be complete without a salute to inker Joe Sinnott?