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The Crazy Legacy of Jack Kirbys Forgotten 2001: A Space Odyssey

When director Stanley Kubrick released 2001: A Space Odyssey 50 years ago, he intended it to be a "nonverbal experience." The movie’s dialogue was sparse, and it relied heavily on visuals and score. It was, Kubrick told Playboy in 1968, a subjective film, meant to reach audiences "at an inner level of consciousness, just as music does.” 2001: Another Odyssey Marvel, however, wanted more. 2001 was enough of a hit that the company asked Kirby to develop a monthly follow-up. "He thought the idea of doing the ongoing 2001 series…

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30 Lolnein Comics That I Created To Make People Laugh (Part 2)

BUT WAIT, THERE’S MORE! Each comic also has a bonus panel which you can find on my website (link below). There you can also find links to all my social media pages where you can follow LOLNEIN for more comics! reply View More Replies… reply View More Replies… reply reply reply reply reply View More Replies… reply View More Replies… reply View More Replies… reply reply View More Replies… reply View More Replies… reply View More Replies… reply reply reply reply View More Replies… reply reply View More Replies… reply…

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Picked Apart by Vultures: The Last Days of Stan Lee

You might expect Stan Lee, at age 95, to be enjoying the fruits of his many labors: Marvel Comics, the company he served as the former president and chairman of, dominates popular culture. Characters he co-created among them Spider-Man, Iron Man, X-Men, and the Avengers are household names. Hes a comics legend, with his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. When Marvel sold to Disney in 2010 for $4 billion, he personally pocketed a cool $10 million, and tours the world as its ambassador emeritus. And midway through…

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Artist Keeps Illustrating Everyday Life With His Wife In Comics And Were Not Jealous At All (New Pics)

“My inspiration is my every day life with my wife,” Yehuda told Bored Panda. “Our comic series “One of those days” is based on real life moments that happened to us and was about creating a fun memories by illustration.” Maya is an artist herself, and collaborates with her husband to make the “One of those days” series. “The working process is me and my wife, Maya, together. Usually after something interesting for illustration happens to us, we tighten the concept and do a few composition sketches,” Yehuda told Bored Panda. “After that I sit down and start working.…

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