It lists in exacting detail every published comic featuring Kirbyâ€™s work, including dates, story titles, page counts, and inkers. It even cross-references reprints, to help collectors locate less-expensive versions of key Kirby issues, and includes an extensive bibliography listing books, periodicals, portfolios, fanzines, posters, and other obscure pieces with Kirby’s art, plus a detailed list of Jack’s unpublished work as well. BONUS: It now includes a complete listing of the over 5000-page archive of Kirbyâ€™s personal pencil art photocopies.
Plus, TwoMorrows has rare and unseen art coming out of their ears, so they’ve included those in the book just because. $14.95 for the print edition–and when you buy it from them online you get 15% off plus the $6.95 PDF version for free. Buy the print version (with the free digital version) here or if you’re dead set against paper, you can buy the digital copy here.
Here’s the thing. I’ve read a draft of this screenplay that was so infuriating it might actually make Dindrane kick a kitten and make Siege eat a salad. No shit. And yet, I feel a sense of calm watching this. I know I’m setting myself up for heartbreak. But that is Rorschach. And damn if that’s not Dave Gibbons’ Dr. Manhattan walking around. Zack Snyder: please, please, please do not fuck this up.