Kirby Is...Fantastic! King-Sized Hardcover

Stan Lee (Text by (Art/Photo Books)) Jack Kirby (Illustrator)
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Description

HUGE 13-41/64" x 21 1/4" TRIM SIZE!!! Kirby is the greatest storytelling mind in comic book history. Kirby is an architect of the world's most-famous universe of characters. Kirby is...Fantastic! The fi rst in a line of super-giant "King-Size" hardcovers celebrating the incomparable talent of Jack "The King" Kirby, Kirby is...Fantastic! brings together a selection of all-time great issues from his tenure on Fantastic Four. Featuring the 1960s debut of the Sub-Mariner, knitting together Marvel's Silver and Golden Ages; earth-shaking battles between the Thing and the Hulk; the debut of the Black Panther; the unveiling of the utopian man-god "Him" (a.k.a. Adam Warlock); a life-or-death epic battle with Doctor Doom in the heart of Latveria; and a deadly trip into the Negative Zone topped off by the history-making birth of Franklin Richards.

COLLECTING: FANTASTIC FOUR (1961) 4, 12, 25-26, 52-53, 66-67, 84-87 & ANNUAL 6

Product Details

Price
$100.00
Publisher
Marvel
Publish Date
June 11, 2019
Pages
400
Dimensions
14.6 X 6.6 X 22.0 inches | 13.65 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781302917739

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About the Author

STAN LEE was known to the world as the man whose superheroes propelled Marvel to its preeminent position in the entertainment industry. His co-creations included Spider-Man(TM), The Avengers(TM), Black Panther(TM), X-Men(TM), Iron Man(TM), The Incredible Hulk(TM), The Fantastic Four(TM), and hundreds of others. Lee continued to serve as Marvel Entertainment's Chairman Emeritus until his death in 2018. Lee was also the Chairman & Chief Creative Officer of Stan Lee's POW! Entertainment(R), which he founded with production partner Gill Champion and Arthur Lieberman.

(TM)All trademarks are owned by Marvel Entertainment, LLC.
Jack Kirby (1917-1994) is one of the unqualified giants in American comic book history. His most famous co-creation, Captain America, is in a major motion picture film franchise from Marvel Studios.