Tag George Roussos

Review | The Art of the Simon And Kirby Studio

The names Joe Simon and Jack Kirby are synony­mous with comic books, and their partnership ush­ered in the Golden Age of comics starting in the 1940s. Together they created memorable characters such as Captain America and Sandman, invented romance com­ics,…

Fantastic Four #12-21

We’ll start 2018 off with another segment of Jack Kirby/Stan Lee’s terrific run of Fantastic Four #1-67. Although I have always personally thought “peak time” for this run was #44-60, you can make a pretty good case for the ten-issue…

Web Arted #283

A gathering of wonderful art spotted by yours truly these last few days: Kirby, Royer, Buscema, Roussos, Raymond, Windsor-Smith, Steranko.

The First Six: Sgt. Fury #1-6

Remembrance Day has just past so in this week’s arcs & runs we will take a look at the first six issues of Marvel’s World War II comic title Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos. War comics were very popular…

Overvalued Overstreet | Fantastic Four #24

Fantastic Four #24 March 1964 The Infant Terrible A standard Kirby/Lee production In this month’s edition of Overvalued Overstreet we turn our attention to comic retailers and collectors current nightmare: the dreaded “run” book.  I always chuckle at this term…

Arcs & Runs | Incredible Hulk 1-6

We continue our series on the “First Six” this month featuring the first six issues of the Incredible Hulk. This series is unique in that it was cancelled after issue #6. Commercially it might have failed, or it could have…