08th Dec2013

Panel Discussion #28

by Jack Kirby

So Infinity (w. Jonathan Hickman a. Jim Cheung, Dustin Weaver) concluded what’s been an interesting if not exactly mind-blowing run. The Avengers return to earth to sort out Thanos and his nasty mates, Maximus of the Inhumans cracks wise and saves the world and Rocket Raccoon makes an all-too brief (like, one panel appearance). The […]

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12th Nov2013

Panel Discussion #27

by Jack Kirby

30th October & 6th November Infinity (Jonathan Hickman, Jerome Opeña) reached its penultimate issue this fortnight, which sets the stage its the climax. It’s already been announced that Marvel are launching a new book about the Inhumans next month, so we have an idea of what players will emerge in what kind of world after […]

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14th Aug2013

Panel Discussion number whatever – Jack Catches Up

by Jack Kirby

Oh my gosh, there are so many comics. I took a month off visiting the comic shop on a weekly basis due to time constraints and the desire to have a little bit more money in my account prior to the end of the month. But then I got a fat stack of comics that […]

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02nd Jul2013

Panel Discussion #012 with Jack and Mark

by Mark Allen

Hey guys, Mark here. As my comics addiction turned much more literal last week and I ended up buying 10 new books at the store (along with attempting to inject Hawkeye pages into my bloodstream with my trusty [hip drug] needle, which is EXACTLY as hard as it sounds), I decided to go for brevity and […]

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29th May2013

Panel Discussion #007 with Jack and Mark

by Jack Kirby

May 23rd 2013 Mark Young Avengers #5, Kieron Gillen, Jamie McKelvie, Marvel The conclusion of Gillen & McKelvie’s first arc sees the proper (re)formation of the teen team, a revelation or two about new addition Kid Loki (inherited from Kieron Gillen’s recently-concluded Journey Into Mystery run) and of course a couple of innovatively-rendered fight scenes […]

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01st Apr2013

Panel Discussion with Jack Kirby

by Jack Kirby

When Phil asked if I’d be interested in writing a regular comics column for the new site, I was happy to confirm that I most certainly was. In my mid to late teens I’d started picking up or being lent the odd graphic novel with some of Alan Moore’s stuff and Dark Horse’s The Mask […]

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