FF 365

intrapanel:

KING.

From one of his most famed stories, “This Man, This Monster” in FANTASTIC FOUR #51 (script by Stan Lee, inked by Joe Sinnott).

So, on the King’s 96th bithday, I’d like to remember him by making a donation to The Hero Initiative. You all can help raise the amount of the donation by reblogging this post around the Tumblrverse. Every reblog boosts the amount donated. There will be a minimum donation even if this only gets five pings or two or none. I’d like the donation to be more than that, though.

At noon tomorrow (3pm EDT), I’ll look at the reblog number. Not the likes. Not the page views, but the reblogs. That’ll determine how much the Hero Initiative gets, donated in the name of Jack Kirby.

Here’s some information on the organization, if you’re not familiar with them already. They do good work. I’ve given before, but probably not as much as I should, given the joy that these artists have given me, and the inability to get a royalty on a comic out of the quarter bin.

Happy Birthday, King. Thanks for the comics.

SIGNAL BOOST

punisher365:

Daredevil #182 “She’s Alive” By Frank Miller and Klaus Janson Published May 1982
Some government type springs Punisher from prison so he’ll take down a major drug shipment that’s coming into New York. After Punisher kills everyone, the agent tries to arrest him, but gets kicked in the face instead.
Also, Daredevil thinks Elektra is still alive. Eventually, his obsession leads him to dig up her grave, in which she is, in fact, dead.

punisher365:

Daredevil #182
“She’s Alive”

By Frank Miller and Klaus Janson
Published May 1982

Some government type springs Punisher from prison so he’ll take down a major drug shipment that’s coming into New York. After Punisher kills everyone, the agent tries to arrest him, but gets kicked in the face instead.

Also, Daredevil thinks Elektra is still alive. Eventually, his obsession leads him to dig up her grave, in which she is, in fact, dead.

365 days, 365 issues of Fantastic Four. There was  a lot of great work in there, especially among the 104 issues by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby. In fact I’d say if you read those issues you never need read another one. The runs that followed, especially the John Byrne run, were all at their best when either retelling stories from that era or bouncing off their ideas in slightly new ways. 
Thank you to everyone who followed, liked and reblogged so many posts, (including this one almost 1,500 times)! 
Also, if you find yourself needing a daily Marvel fix, check out Hulk 365 and Cap 365 that are stil going strong. I’ll be back after taking June off with a new project so be sure to keep this space on your dash! Thanks!

365 days, 365 issues of Fantastic Four. There was  a lot of great work in there, especially among the 104 issues by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby. In fact I’d say if you read those issues you never need read another one. The runs that followed, especially the John Byrne run, were all at their best when either retelling stories from that era or bouncing off their ideas in slightly new ways. 

Thank you to everyone who followed, liked and reblogged so many posts, (including this one almost 1,500 times)! 

Also, if you find yourself needing a daily Marvel fix, check out Hulk 365 and Cap 365 that are stil going strong. I’ll be back after taking June off with a new project so be sure to keep this space on your dash! Thanks!

Just in case you were wondering what was coming up.
from Fantastic Four #365

Just in case you were wondering what was coming up.

from Fantastic Four #365

…and I’m off too! Thanks for following along everybody, wrap-up coming tomorrow. 
Fantastic Four #365 by Paul Ryan, Tom DeFalco, and Dan Bulanadi

…and I’m off too! Thanks for following along everybody, wrap-up coming tomorrow. 

Fantastic Four #365 by Paul Ryan, Tom DeFalco, and Dan Bulanadi

Fantastic Four #365 by Paul Ryan, Tom DeFalco, and Dan Bulanadi

Fantastic Four #365 by Paul Ryan, Tom DeFalco, and Dan Bulanadi

Fantastic Four #365 by Paul Ryan, Tom DeFalco, and Dan Bulanadi

Fantastic Four #365 by Paul Ryan, Tom DeFalco, and Dan Bulanadi

Talk to your parents about the 90’s.
from Fantastic Four #364

Talk to your parents about the 90’s.

from Fantastic Four #364

Fantastic Four #364 by Tom DeFalco, Paul Ryan and Danny Bulanadi

Fantastic Four #364 by Tom DeFalco, Paul Ryan and Danny Bulanadi

Fantastic Four #363 by Tom DeFalco, Paul Ryan and Danny Bulanadi

Fantastic Four #363 by Tom DeFalco, Paul Ryan and Danny Bulanadi