Jack Kirby’s Never Before Seen 70’s Projects In Stores This Week!


In cooperation with DC Comics, TwoMorrows compiles a tempestuous trio of never-seen 1970s Kirby projects! These are the final complete, unpublished Jack Kirby stories in existence, presented here for the first time! Dingbat Love is a 176-page full-color, hardcover book with a cover price of  $43.95 and the digital version is only $14.95.

 

 

Included are: Two unused Dingbats of Danger Street tales (Kirby’s final Kid Gang group, inked by Mike Royer and D. Bruce Berry, and newly colored for this book)! True-Life Divorce, the abandoned newsstand magazine that was too hot for its time (reproduced from Jack’s pencil art—and as a bonus, we’ve commissioned Mike Royer to ink one of the stories)! And Soul Love, the unseen ’70s romance book so funky, even a jive turkey will dig the unretouched inks by Vince Colletta and Tony DeZuniga.

 

PLUS: There’s editor and Kirby historian John Morrow’s in-depth examination of why these projects got left back, concept art and uninked pencils from Dingbats, and a essays by ’70s Kirby assistants Mark Evanier and Steve Sherman!

 

Preview Jack Kirby’s Dingbat Love here! Diamond Comic Distributors Order Code: JUN191992 – ISBN: 978-1-60549-091-5

 


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