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« on: February 09, 2007, 12:43:46 AM »

This is TwoMorrows Publishing's February 2007 "In Previews This Month"
newsletter spotlighting our April 2007-shipping items!

edited by John MORROW

We get technical in this issue, spotlighting “Kirbytech”—Jack’s knack
for creating high-tech gizmos, gadgets, and concepts, from Iron Man’s
armor and Machine Man, to the Negative Zone and beyond! Included is a
rare KIRBY interview, Mark EVANIER’s regular column, two pencil art
galleries, a complete 1950s story, interviews with Godland’s Tom SCIOLI
and Dark Horse publisher Mike RICHARDSON, the 2006 Kirby Tribute Panel
(with Neal ADAMS, George PÉREZ, John ROMITA SR., Mike ROYER, and Kirby
lawyer Paul LEVINE), Kirby covers inked by Terry AUSTIN and Tom SCIOLI,
and more!

The 84 page (plus cover), saddle-stitched tabloid-sized magazine with a
full color cover and black-and-white interiors retails for $9.95 in the
U.S. and ships 25 April 2007.



The Missing Link to Primates in Comics
edited by Michael EURY

They may be only one notch below humans on the evolutionary ladder, but
gorillas and monkeys have for decades climbed to the top of the
comic-book world as heroes and villains, monsters and masterminds, and
soldiers and sidekicks. Comics Gone Ape! is the missing link to primates
in comics, spotlighting a barrel of simian superstars like Beppo,
BrainiApe, the Gibbon, Gleek, Gorilla Man, Grease Monkey, King Kong,
Konga, Mojo Jojo, Sky Ape, and Titano. Comics Gone Ape! is loaded with
rare and classic artwork, chest-thumping cover galleries, and 11
exclusive interviews with apes artists and writers including Arthur
ADAMS (Monkeyman and O’Brien), Frank CHO, Carmine INFANTINO (Detective
Chimp, Grodd), Joe KUBERT (Tor, Tarzan), Tony MILLIONAIRE (Sock Monkey),
Doug MOENCH (Planet of the Apes), and Bob OKSNER (Angel and the Ape).
With its all-new Avengers-as-gorillas cover by Arthur ADAMS, you won’t
be able to keep your filthy paws off this book!

The 128 page 8 1/2" x 11" Trade Paperback full color cover and
black-and-white interiors retails for $16.95 in the U.S. and ships 18
April 2007.

ISBN: 1-893905-62-4
ISBN-13: 978-1-893905-62-7



edited by Roy THOMAS

ALTER EGO 67 focuses on Bob OKSNER, the guy who drew it all! The artist
of Supergirl, Jimmy Olsen, Lois Lane, Angel and the Ape, Leave It to
Binky, Jerry Lewis, and many Silver Age DC covers talks about his life
and times to Jim AMASH. And that includes art and artifacts by Shelly
Julie SCHWARTZ, and many more! Plus there’s FCA (Fawcett Collectors of
America) with Marc SWAYZE, C.C. BECK, and others, Michael T. GILBERT and
Mr. Monster, and a great OKSNER cover featuring many of his most
renowned heroes!

The 100 page (plus cover), saddle-stitched 8 1/2" x 11" magazine with a
full color cover and black-and-white interiors retails for $6.95 in the
U.S. and ships 11 April 2007.



edited by Bob McLEOD

Our new hit mag ROUGH STUFF, celebrating the ART of creating comics,
pulls out all the stops for its fourth issue! In #4, editor (and top pro
inker) Bob McLEOD presents NEVER-BEFORE PUBLISHED penciled pages,
preliminary sketches, detailed layouts, and unused inked versions from
artists throughout comics history! Featured this issue are extensive
galleries by Michael KALUTA (who also provides this issue’s new BATMAN
cover, along with his preliminary art from it)! Andrew “Starman”
ROBINSON, Gene “The Dean” COLAN, Howard “American Flagg” CHAYKIN, and
Steve “Swamp Thing” BISSETTE! Each artist provides detailed commentaries
on their work, discussing what went right and wrong with it, and giving
background information to put it all into historical perspective. The
feature interview this issue is with John TOTLEBEN, discussing his
career from the Joe KUBERT School, to Swamp Thing, Miracleman, and
beyond. Plus there's a look at the recent Wonder Woman Day charity
event, showing plenty of rare art from the auction, plus art critiques,
before-and-after art comparisons, and more!

The 100 page (plus cover), saddle-stitched 8 1/2" x 11" magazine with a
full color cover and black-and-white interiors retails for $6.95 in the
U.S. and ships 18 April 2007.


"The bottom line involves choices.  Neither gods nor humans have ever stood calmly in a minefield forever.  Good or evil, they are bound to choose.  And when they do, you will see the truth of all that motivates us.  As a thinking being, you have the obligation to choose.  If the fate of all mankind were in your hands, what would your decision be?  As a writer and an artist, I've drawn my answer."   - Jack Kirby
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« Reply #1 on: February 12, 2007, 11:49:16 AM »

great stuff in the world that is coming!


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