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The Legendary Intellectual and Raconteur Talks to Hal Foster, Walt Kelly, Harvey Kurtzman, Howard Chaykin, Robert Crumb, and Other Artists.
The saga of Mowgli and his brothers, adapted from Rudyard Kipling's THE JUNGLE BOOK by comics legends Gil Kane and P. Craig Russell! Originally presented in MARVEL FANFARE #8-11. Includes sneak previews for the upcoming Marvel Illustrated line of books featuring the Last of the Mohicans and more!
Genre: Movies & TV
- Issue # Full (one year ago)
Gil Kane, one of the most influential and dynamic artists in comics, made his name with his 1960s work on GREEN LANTERN and THE ATOM. After working at Marvel Comics in the 1970s on titles including The Amazing Spider-Man, Conan and more, Kaneshifted to animation, where he served as a character designer on the 1988 Superman animated TV series. He returned to DC in the 1980s to illustrate the adventures of Superman. Kane's dynamic artwork shined on titles like ACTION COMICS, SUPERMAN and others, where he drew not only The Man of Steel and his supporting cast but also numerous guest stars including The Flash, The Atom, the Teen Titans, Hawkman and Animal Man.
In 1968 a mysterious voice gifted two teenage brothers, Hank and Don Hall, with superpowers that transformed them into the Hawk and the Dove! The superhero duo embodied the clashing political ideologies of the era, with the Hawk, ever militant, ready to jump into battling evil, and the Dove, a pacifist, refusing to raise a fist.Fighting for what’s right on different sides of the ideological spectrum, the two clean up crime on the streets of their hometown, face the threat of the Drop Outs gang, take down a group of dangerous escaped convicts, team up with the Teen Titans and attempt to save their father from the wrath of a man he once sent to prison.HAWK & DOVE: THE SILVER AGE collects SHOWCASE #75, THE HAWK AND DOVE#1-6 and TEEN TITANS #21, and features work from Steve Skeates, Steve Ditko, Gil Kane, Neal Adams and more!
One of Marvel's horror titles from the 1970's. It featured such strange characters as "The Killdozer" (much like DC's Haunted Tank) and Sinbad. It lasted for only 8 issues.
Red Sonja witnesses a public execution in the city square - the sorceror, Costranno, is sentenced to death. Before his dismemberment he shouts a curse at Berthilda, the woman responsible for severing his ring-finger, the source of his magic...
Some of the final work of legendary artists Gil Kane and John Buscema pits Superman against a strange alien menace that devours memories! The Man of Steel's memories hearken back to an era where the House of El began, but can Superman's earliest ancestor defy the great god Rao and restore order to Krypton?
- Issue # Full (3 years ago)