Cory!! concludes his audio biography of Jack Kirby by covering Kirby’s latter years, the on-going legacy of Kirby and how reprints of his work keep his brilliance available for new readers!
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Cory continues telling us about Jack Kirby’s life and work, this time with his final stint at Marvel, from 1976 – 1978. He discusses:
- The Eternals
- His run on Captain America
- 2001: A Space Odyssey adaptation and series
- Kirby feeling he was undermined by Marvel editorial
- The overlap between his Dc and Marvel work
- The Silver Surfer graphic novel
And much more in this in-depth look at Kirby’s career and public life.
Cory!! continues to discuss the life and career of Jack Kirby. This episode covers Kirby’s work after the end of the New Gods, including Kamandi, Omac, The Demon, The Losers and much, much more!
Cory goes into Jack Kirby’s move to DC from Marvel in 1970, including what his ideas were, the plans he had for new concepts, magazines and comics and goes into detail on The New Gods.
This episode covers Kirby’s work and life from 1962 – 1970, the most famous and creatively fertile period of Jack Kirby’s career. I go into the amount of work Kirby did, the creativity involved, and the reasons why he left Marvel in 1970 and much much more. It’s another hour discussing the life of the King of Comics, Jack Kirby!
Cory Strode (AKA Solitaire Rose) continues his examination of Comics Legend and the King of Comics, Jack Kirby. Cory covers his life and career, this time focusing on the years 1943 – 1956.
The long awaited, long promised first part of the Solitaire Rose History of Jack Kirby covering from his birth in 1917 to when he was drafted in 1943. Jack Kirby is called the King of Comics, but why is that? Why is Kirby so important and such a revered figure in comics?
This is the first of a multi-part series that goes into Jack Kirby’s life and career, the impact he made on comics and culture in general and why he is The King.