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Dear Retailers and readers…

On March 10th, Sony will release the first episode of @powerstheseries ! Check out this behind the scenes preview below…

On January 20th I appeared on Late Night with Seth Meyers

On January 21st, a brand new double-sized for regular price POWERS 1 hit the stands. including this AWESOME tv photo variant below

Playstation just announced they have SOLD 18.5 MILLION Playstation 4s. and that’s only PS4.  that doesn’t even include PS3, PSVita etc.

Sony’s promotion for

powersplaystation

The show is going to be something.

Preorder your comics!

Thank you.
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      Original double-page spread by Jack Kirby (pencils) and Mike Royer (inks) from Demon #13 (DC Comics, October 1973) and a recreation painting by Giorgio Comolo (2002).

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      thedukeofdormont:

      Cap vs Iron Man by Alex Ross

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      comicbookvault:

      Superman by Jack Kirby
      Jimmy Olson And His Pal Superman #137 (April 1971)

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      travisellisor:

      pages 2 and 3 from Black Panther (1976) #2 by Jack Kirby, Mike Royer and Petra Goldberg

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      treylane:

      After an oversized “Treasury Edition” adaptation of the film in 1976, the subsequent ongoing 2001 comic ran for ten issues, all produced by the legendary Kirby, who explored the movies themes and concepts in his own unique manner. 

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      Simply put, Jack Davis was one of the greatest cartoonists that ever lived. In any genre. One of my true heroes

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      Original page by Jack Kirby (pencils) and Joe Sinnott (inks) from Fantastic Four #49 (Marvel Comics, April 1966) and a recreation painting by Giorgio Comolo (2006).

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      “Welcome to Texas” by the great Jack Davis.

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      seanhowe:

      1977: Stan Lee attempts to acquire the rights to THE HOBBIT for a Marvel comic; calls Darth Vader “very derivative of our Dr. Doom.”

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      Unused cover pencils by Jack Kirby for Kamandi #18, 1974. 

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