Sunday, September 15, 2013

"Along with a few surviving western titles, much of Kirby's output was now movie-matinee-style monsters with names like Monstrom and Titano and Groot and Krang and Droom. Lee would feed plots to his younger brother, Larry Lieber, who would then write them into scripts and send them to Kirby."

from MARVEL COMICS:
THE UNTOLD STORY
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There is a review and comments from folks that have read the book at http://bronzeagebabies.blogspot.com/2013/02/bab-book-review-marvel-comics-untold.html

Comic scholar Nick Caputo has observed that a planet-with-a-word-balloon panel is indicative of a Larry Lieber script.


The Ditko contribution to March 1961's TALES OF SUSPENSE #18 was a five page hard science fiction story likely inspired by Asimov's popular robot stories. 


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