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  1. Jack Kirby - Wikipedia

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    Not to be confused with Jack Kilby or Josh Kirby. Jacob Kurtzberg (/ ˈkɜːrtsbɜːrɡ /; August 28, 1917 – February 6, 1994), best known by the pen name Jack Kirby, was an American comic book artist, writer and editor, widely regarded as one of the medium's major innovators and one of its most prolific and influential creators.

  2. Jack Kirby bibliography - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jack Kirby was a prolific comics creator who created many American comic books and characters, particularly for Marvel Comics and DC Comics.

    • 1941–1993
    • 1941–1978
    • 1942–1986
    • 1981–1984
  3. Jack T. Kirby - Wikipedia

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    Jack Temple Kirby (August 22, 1938 – August 6, 2009) was an American historian who wrote about the Southern United States and the persistent stereotyping of Southerners. He was awarded the Bancroft Prize for his 2006 book Mockingbird Song: Ecological Landscapes of the South. Early life and education

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  5. Fourth World (comics) - Wikipedia

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    " Fourth World " is a storyline told through a metaseries of connected comic book titles written and drawn by Jack Kirby and published by DC Comics from 1970 to 1973.

  6. Young Romance - Wikipedia

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    Young Romance is a romantic comic book series created by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby for the Crestwood Publications imprint Prize Comics in 1947.Generally considered the first romance comic, the series ran for 124 consecutive issues under Prize imprint, and a further 84 (issues #125-208) published by DC Comics after Crestwood stopped producing comics.

    • Joe Simon & Jack Kirby
    • (vol. 1): 1947 - 1963, (vol. 2) (DC): 1963 - 1975
  7. Thor (Marvel Comics) - Wikipedia

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    Various artists penciled the feature, including Jack Kirby, Joe Sinnott, Don Heck, and Al Hartley. With Journey into Mystery #101 (Feb. 1964), the series began a long and definitive run by writer and co-plotter Lee and penciler and co-plotter Kirby that lasted until the by-then-retitled Thor #179 (Aug. 1970).

  8. Marvel Fireside Books - Wikipedia

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    These books enabled fans of the old comic books to have access to the stories without having to pay exorbitant prices for the original back issues. It introduced new readers to the work of Stan Lee , Jack Kirby , Steve Ditko , and other Marvel creators, and packaged the material in a traditional book format that carried more cachet than the ...

  9. Eternals (comics) - Wikipedia

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    In 1970, Jack Kirby left Marvel Comics to work at DC Comics, where he began the saga of the New Gods, an epic story involving mythological and science fiction concepts, and planned to have a definite ending. However, the saga was left incomplete after the cancellation of the titles. Kirby then began working on The Eternals when he returned to ...

  10. Under the pseudonym of Curt Davis, Kirby did Diary of Dr. Hayward, a science fiction serial. Kirby also drew an adaptation of the Count of Monte Cristo as Jack Curtiss. His first Western, Wilton of the West was produced by Kirby under the name Fred Sande.

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