Donald L. “Don” Heck was an American comics artist best known for co-creating the Marvel Comics character Iron Man (not the character’s design, but plenty more that shaped him), and for his long run penciling the Marvel superhero-team series The Avengers during the 1960s. For many, he’s a much under appreciated artist, despite his solidContinue reading Delivering the goods: Don Heck, a much under appreciated artist
TwoMorrows Publishing debuts RetroFan #1, a new full-colour magazine celebrating the Crazy Cool Culture You Grew Up With next week. Do you remember when Saturday morning television was your domain, and yours alone? When tattoos came from bubble gum packs, Slurpees came in superhero cups, and TV heroes taught you to be nice to others?Continue reading RetroFan magazine set to celebrate the Crazy Cool Culture You Grew Up With!
Marking the centennial of US comic artist Jack Kirby‘s birth, TwoMorrows Publishing and Jack Kirby Collector magazine will release KIRBY100 later this month, an incredible tribute to the influential artist and writer featuring articles by 100 top comic creators, including Britain’s Dave Gibbons, David Lloyd and Barry Windsor-Smith. The 224-page full colour trade paperback, edited by JohnContinue reading TwoMorrows Jack Kirby tribute debuts this month
Last month, we plugged the fantastic Comics Unstripped exhibition at Kettering Museum and Art Gallery (and Colin Noble reviewed it here). The exhibition, which runs until 20th August 2016, features work by Frank Bellamy – who lived in the town – Doug Braithwaite, John Byrne, Alan Davis, Glenn Fabry, Adi Granov, RM Guera, Esad Ribic, Alison Sampson, Bill SienkiewiczContinue reading Frank Bellamy Thunderbirds Art Prints Released, and do check out “True Brit”!
US publisher TwoMorrows has announced the upcoming publication of A Celebration of Comics: 1976-1986 by George Khoury, author of The Extraordinary Works Of Alan Moore and True Brit: A Celebration of the Great Comic Book Artists of the UK. Described as a “love letter” to his personal golden age of comics, 1976-1986, Khoury ‘s newContinue reading TwoMorrows Announces “Comic Book Fever: A Celebration of Comics: 1976 – 1986”