Category Archives: Jack Kirby

Reflections of the Summer of 1964

One of the great moments of being a kid was having 12 cents in your pocket and choosing which comic book you were going to buy! Reflections of the Summer of 1964 By Richard Mabey Jr. Lately, I’ve been thinking … Continue reading

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My Tribute to Jack Kirby

“The Avengers” motion picture opens tomorrow. But, sadly, something will be missing. That something is giving any credit at all to Jack Kirby who, along with Stan Lee, created the characters from The Avengers. Why? That’s the question that plagues … Continue reading

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