Saturday, February 06, 2016


A Celebration of his work

Hi Everyone,

On this day back in 1994 I received a phone call at the Defiant Comics offices on 37th Street that changed the American comics world forever. All that was said was simply, “Please can you let everyone know Jack Kirby has died!”

I have tried every year since to celebrate his magnificent output of work on this day and his birthday in August and this year is no exception to the rule.

So, folks, sit back and enjoy the journey through just a little of Jack’s work – the type of journey that influenced my decision to become a creator of comics as well.

Just before you go you may like to check out a fantastic NEW magazine created by Glenn Fleming, a man lucky enough to have met Jack. I have a couple of pieces in there. They are fantastic, well put together magazines.

There will be a physical print copy coming soon too – I have already ordered my extra copies to send out to folks as gifts.

Go on have a read – you know you want to…
Sequential Media Publishing

Until next time, have fun!


February 6th 2016


Glenn Fleming said...

Many thanks for the plug, Tim! My magazine 'Comics Unlimited' is available on-line: EIGHTY, full colour pages all about comics! Issue #2, 'The Jack Kirby Special' is on sale now and features two long essays about my visits to the Kirby home, plus lots of other articles by leading comics writers (and, yes, Tim is in there, too!).

Go to to purchase your copy now! You can see issue ZERO for FREE, too: just go to the website and follow the links!

Also stay tuned for my soon to be released film about the King of Comics: 'Jack Kirby : A Personal Journey', featuring footage of him from my visits to his house!

Tim Perkins said...

No problem, Glenn.

I'l be sorting more promotion on the networks soon.

It really is a cracker magazine and deserves a big spotlight.

Best Wishes,