Tag Archives: Jack Kirby

Art by Jack Kirby from Journey Into Mystery #83. ©1962 Marvel Characters.

Marvel/Disney’s Win Against Jack Kirby Heirs Not About Fairness

Copyright attorney Marc Toberoff’s winning streak on behalf of comics creators collided with the Southern District Court of New York’s streak of publisher-friendly, work-for-hire rulings last week and the losers were Jack Kirby’s heirs. Continue reading


Seeing the Light

It’s a week later and we’re still covering SDCC. Or starting to. Or something. Continue reading


The Joe Simon Interview

In this brief interview, Joe Simon talks to Gary Groth about co-creating Captain America with Jack Kirby, as well as many other titles they worked on together. Continue reading


Taking Things Too Seriously

Some (more) thoughts on old comics. Continue reading


Preview: Fighting American

A preview of Titan’s new edition of the complete Fighting American by Simon and Kirby. Continue reading


Jack Kirby Interview

Jack Kirby talks to Gary Groth about who really created Thor, Spider-Man, The Hulk, The Fantastic Four and many of the other Marvel characters currently populating the big screen. Continue reading


We Survived

Welcome to Monday. Again. Continue reading


Bedlam and Baby: Parables of Creation in Jack Kirby and Chris Ware

A look at scenes of creation, drawing, and comics-making. Continue reading