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 34 from March 2002. Fighting Americans,The inimitable Alex Toth drops us a card about this issue's cover art, Mark Evanier solves a Frequently Asked Question about how inkers were chosen at Marvel in the 1960s,
R.L. Bryant surveys a certain Scientific American, Keith Hammond takes aim at Kirby's run on Green Arrow, Carmine Infantino reminisces about Joe Simon, Jack Kirby, and all kinds of heroes, A brief chat with Jack, circa 1974, A look at Kirby's 12-issue run on the Losers, Some unseen '50s Kirby comic strips, A gallery of Captain America's greatest hits, kicks, and wallops, shown at our giant tabloid size:
#101 | vs. Batman! | '70s | Bicentennial Battles | Fury, Adam McGovern dips into a grab-bag of Kirby homages, French comics legend Philippe Druillet learns that the Kirby influence speaks a universal language, Get your fingers dirty on these torrid, lusty Simon & Kirby pulp illos,
SHIELD (Spies, Hydra, Intrigue, and Espionage in a Lengthy Dissertation, by Mark Alexander), Joe Simon speaks to Adam McGovern, Extra! A Kirby concept you've NEVER heard of: Big Game Hunter!