Midwest Book Review: Stan Lee And Jack Kirby The Wonder Years

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The Wonder Years
Mark Alexander
TwoMorrows Publishing
10407 Bedfordtown Drive
Raleigh, NC 27614
9781605490380, $19.95, www.twomorrows.com

The impact of Jack Kirby’s artwork is not to be understated in the world of comics. “Lee & Kirby: The Wonder Years” tells the story of the famed duo of Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, creators of the Fantastic Four and other famed Silver Sage 1960s comics for Marvel. A trip through nostalgia written by a true fan in Mark Alexander who finished the tribute shortly before his death. “Lee & Kirby” is a fine pick for those who want a retrospective on the silver age of comics.

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