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Classic Comic Review #3: Avengers Masterworks Volume 1 Avengers Nos. 1-5

Written by on May 1, 2012
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Why am I reviewing older comics?

Well because I’m still sorta new at this and I’m trying to catch up on reading the ones that I wasn’t able to read growing up.  Also there are many people out there who are either new to comics or are seasoned pros who may want to revisit some of the older stuff. To tell you the truth, these comics never get old. Besides, there are so many people out there who are reviewing the new comics. So without further ado, I give you this week’s Classic Comic Review…

This week is Avengers week! In honor of The Avengers Film being released in the states this week, I’ll be reviewing 3 comics that have to do with the team.

Avengers Masterworks Volume 1 Avengers Nos. 1-5

Publisher: DC Comics 1963, 1964, 1993

Writer: Stan Lee

Penciller: Jack Kirby

Inkers; Dick Ayers, Paul Reinman, George Roussos

Colorist: Janet Jackson

Letterers: Sam Rosen, Art Simek

Publication Design: Joe Kaufman

Original Series Editor: Stan Lee

Assistant Editor: Mindy Newell

Editor: Tom Brevoort

Editor in Chief: Tom DeFalco

I want to thank my co-worker  librarian Mike Schau for putting this book in my hand and told me “This is your homework assignment.” I also want to dedicated this Classic Comic Review to him because he’s a huge Jack Kirby fan.

Well folks, if you want to know the origins of the Avengers, this tells you how it all began, this is the original A-Team.  I’m not going to spoil this book for you but it’s a must read if you’re interested in reading The Avengers.  It’s great story-telling with amazing art. Stan Lee in his excelsior manner, gives you the scoop in his introduction and of course readers have the opportunity to enjoy his writing.  But the main event of this book is Jack Kirby’s artwork.

Throughout the years, many seemed to have forgotten or don’t even know that Stan Lee co-created The Avengers with Jack Kirby (among other comic book characters and teams).  And it’s unfortunate that Jack Kirby doesn’t even get an acknowledgement in the credits of the superhero films of the characters that he co-created that have come out.

Let just give you a few of the characters that wouldn’t exist without Jack Kirby:  the Fantastic Four, Captain America, Thor, the Hulk, Iron Man, the original X-Men, the Silver Surfer, Doctor Doom, Galactus, Uatu the Watcher, Magneto, Ego the Living Planet, the Inhumans and their hidden city of Attilan, and the Black Panther — comics’ first known black superhero —and his African nation of Wakanda and that’s just at Marvel.  He also created characters for DC comics.

Right now, there’s a campaign to create a Jack Kirby museum. You can follow them on Twitter https://twitter.com/#!/JackKirbyMuseumr and check out this site for more information: http://kirbymuseum.org/popupcampaign.

Stay tuned my fellow Comicmaniacs, there are two more Avengers inspired classic comic reviews on the way! Also look out for more interviews in the Comicmaniac Spotlight. If you have any classic comics that you want me to review please email me at taliadina@gmail.com. Remember comics must have been published before 2010.






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