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    John Morrow
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In 1989, John and his wife Pamela started TwoMorrows Advertising in Raleigh, North Carolina, providing advertising and graphic design services to local and national accounts. In early 1994, after hearing of Jack Kirby’s death, John (being a lifelong Kirby fan) dug out his Kirby comics and, after spending that Spring re-experiencing what had drawn him to Kirby’s work originally, decided to produce a newsletter about him in his spare time. The result was THE JACK KIRBY COLLECTOR #1 in September 1994, mailed free to 125 other Kirby fans.

TJKC quickly caught on, and things snowballed from there. In 1998, they teamed with editor Jon Cooke to produce the Eisner Award-winning Comic Book Artist, followed by the revival of Roy Thomas’ 1960s fanzine Alter Ego in 1999. With 2000 came Brian Saner-Lamken’s critically-acclaimed Comicology (covering the contemporary comics scene), while Mike Manley’s DRAW! (the professional how-to magazine about comics, cartooning, and animation) debuted in 2001, and Danny Fingeroth’s WRITE NOW! (offering tips and lessons on writing for comics) premiered in 2002. In 2004, we launched BACK ISSUE! magazine (edited by Michael Eury), covering comics of the 1970s, ’80s, and today, and they’re debuting ROUGH STUFF magazine (edited by Bob McLeod), celebrating the art of creating comics.

In addition, they publish a line of highly respected and award-winning trade paperbacks, encompassing a wide variety of interests. But regardless of what time period or genre they cover, they always try to provide readers what they want: in-depth coverage of comics history and creators, with a fun, positive slant, in the most professional manner possible.

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The Boy Commandos by Joe Simon & Jack Kirby (2010)
Challengers of the Unknown Archives (2003)
Challengers of the Unknown By Jack Kirby (2012)
Comic Book Artist (2003)
Comics 101: How-To & History Lessons from the Pros (2007)
Comics Go Hollywood (2008)
Fantastic Four: The Lost Adventure (2008)
In The Days of The Mob (2013)
The Jack Kirby Collector (1994)
Kirby Five-Oh! (2008)
Kirby Unleashed (2004)
Kirby100 (2017)
Marvel Masterworks: The Fantastic Four (2003)

Alter Ego (1999)
Alter Ego - The Comic Book Artist Collection (2001)
Comic Book Artist (1998)
Comic Book Creator (2013)
Comicology (2000)
Comics 101: How-To & History Lessons from the Pros (2007)
Comics Above Ground: How Sequential Art Affects Mainstream Media (2004)
Comics Go Hollywood (2008)
The Jack Kirby Collector (1994)
Kimota!: The Miracleman Companion (2001)
Kirby Five-Oh! (2008)
Kirby100 (2017)
Mike Grell: Life Is Drawing Without An Eraser (2018)
Streetwise (2000)

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