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Jack Kirby Collector celebrates the life and career of the "King" of comics through interviews with Kirby and fellow artists, featuring articles, and rare & unseen Kirby artwork. Edited by John Morrow. "Jack Kirby Collector is a trademark of TwoMorrows Inc., and published by TwoMorrows Publishing."
Number 30 from March 2001. "The Big One!"
Opening Shot -editor John Morrow gives his Top Ten List of Big Kirby Ideas,
Under The Covers - the scoop on this issue's cover, and an excellent story about Neal Adams and our man Kirby, Jack F.A.Q.s - Mark Evanier's new column, answering your Frequently Asked Questions, View From The Whiz Wagon -
our new travelogue journeys to Orlando, FL to find out how Universal Kirby is,
Interview: Kurt Busiek - the famed Astro City creator gets us to the bottom of what happened at Topps Comics, Mike Gartland - our controversial columnist shows how, when it comes to Giant-Man, the bigger they are, the harder they fall,
Analysis - some fresh perspectives on why the Fourth World failed, Retrospective -
revisiting the FF Annual tradition, Gallery -
some of Kirby's best 2-page spreads - Black Panther | Captain Victory
Kirby As A Genre - Adam McGovern looks at more Kirby-influenced work, from Rick Veitch to Erik Larsen and more, Internationalities - our ongoing look at the King's international influence finds a kindred spirit in Ladronn, Comparison -
how does Jack's 2001 adaptation stack up to the film version?, Old Genesis - examining the "big"-ness of Kirby's gods, and connecting the mythological dots,
Tribute - Mark Evanier hosts Gene Colan, Marie Severin, Roy Thomas, and Tracy and Jeremy Kirby at the 2000 Kirby Tribute Panel in San Diego, Credit Check - shouldn't Kirby have gotten a byline on the X-Men film?, Flashback - 25 years ago, Kirby went looking for America and found it