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by Joe Simon,Jack Kirby,Richard Howell

Free eBook Real Love: The Best of the Simon and Kirby Love Comics, 1940s-1950s download ISBN: 0913035637
Author: Joe Simon,Jack Kirby,Richard Howell
Publisher: Eclipse Books; 1st edition (June 1, 1988)
Language: English
Pages: 160
Category: Humour and Entertainment
Subcategory: Humor
Size MP3: 1606 mb
Size FLAC: 1913 mb
Rating: 4.6
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Issue Number: TPB Publisher: Eclipse Books Cover: October 1988, . 5 Origin: United States, English Format: Black & White, Trade Paperback, N/A pages.

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This collection is a combination of the history of the Kirby/Simon romance comics from the early days of American comics in the 1930s and beyond and a collection of the comics themselves. The front matter, explaining the origin of the comics and how they became so popular, is interesting and makes reading the comics themselves that much more entertaining. The comics themselves are, even today, a great read.

The Best of Joe Simon and Jack Kirby love comics (1940-1950) .

Real Love: The Best of Joe Simon and Jack Kirby love comics (1940-1950). Mark Millar, Mark Bagley, Steve Ditko, Mark Waid, John Romita J. Walter Simonson, John Byrne, Jack Kirby, Chris Claremont, Humberto Ramos, Ed Brubaker, Gil Kane, Len Wein, Jim Starlin, Steve Epting, Roger Stern, Alex Ross, J. Michael Straczynski, Joe Simon, Dan Slott, Gerry Conway, Stan Lee, Brent Anderson, Roger Cruz, David Aja, Kurt Busiek, Frank Miller, Herb Trimpe, Bryan Hitch, Dave Cockrum, Matt.

Photo cover; Introduction by Richard Howell. Joe Simon, Jack Kirby, Richard Howell. Jack Kirby, Bruno Premiani, Leonard Starr, Mort Meskin. Hardcover; Photo cover; Introduction by Richard Howell.

Jack Kirby and Joe Simon brought their considerable comics-creating .

Jack Kirby and Joe Simon brought their considerable comics-creating skills to romance comics, now helpfully collected by Fantagraphics in Young Romance: The Best Of Simon & Kirby’s Romance Comics. Kirby uses his lifelike pencils to depict Lichtenstein-worthy heroines pining over these strong-shouldered men who love them.

Jack Kirby inker, penciler, writer. Until you earn 1000 points all your submissions need to be vetted by other Comic Vine users

Jack Kirby inker, penciler, writer. Joe Simon inker, penciler, writer. Until you earn 1000 points all your submissions need to be vetted by other Comic Vine users.

Real Love: The Best of the Simon and Kirby Romance Comics 1940s-1950s.

Aside from the one-time publication of Mary Worth comic-strip reprints, romance as a comic-book genre was the brainchild of Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, two comics artists known for their superheroes, such as Captain America, and their kid gangs, such as the Young Allies. Simon later noted he chose the love genre because "it was about the only thing that hadn't been done. Real Love: The Best of the Simon and Kirby Romance Comics 1940s-1950s.

Jack Kirby was a prolific comics creator who created many American comic books and characters, particularly for Marvel Comics and DC Comics

Jack Kirby was a prolific comics creator who created many American comic books and characters, particularly for Marvel Comics and DC Comics. Sources: Comics work (interior pencil art and story) includes: Adventure Comics (Sandman) 100–102 (1942–46); (Manhunter): (1942–43); (Green Arrow) (1957). All Star Comics 19 (Sandman) (1942–43). All-Star Western (1958). The Amazing World of DC Comics (1974) (material intended for In the Days of the Mob #2).

Real Love: The Best of Joe Simon and Jack Kirby love comics (1940-1950)