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Comic Book Comics #2 (2008 Series)

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536090
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"America [heart]'s Comics"

Written by: Fred Van Lente
Pencils: Ryan Dunlavey
Inks: Ryan Dunlavey
Cover Pencils: Ryan Dunlavey
Cover Inks: Ryan Dunlavey
Recounts Joe Simon & Jack Kirby's time working for Martin Goodman, creating Captain America. Eventually they leave for DC Comics, believing that Stan Lee had betrayed them to Goodman.
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1 pages Comic Book Comics story "Comic Book Comics Comics"
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SynopsisAt a convention, Moebius teaches a demanding fan a lesson.
Genrehumor; non-fiction
PencilsAlex Cox
InksAlex Cox
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Comics Will Win the War!
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Genrehumor
PencilsRyan Dunlavey
InksRyan Dunlavey
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NotesBack cover.
Red More Comics - Get More Smarter
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PencilsRyan Dunlavey
InksRyan Dunlavey
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Letter Column Letters!
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PencilsRyan Dunlavey; George Metzger; Lee Falk
InksRyan Dunlavey; George Metzger; Lee Falk
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NotesLetters from Adam McGovern, Alex Cox, Pedro Bouca, Michael Hoskin and George Metzger.
World's Greatest Comic Book Collection!
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Next Issue!
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PencilsRyan Dunlavey
InksRyan Dunlavey
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10 pages Comic Book Comics story "The House of Fear"
CharactersWilliam Moulton Marston; Maxwell C. Gaines; Suprema; Wonder Woman; Sheldon Mayer; William Gaines; Moses; Noah; The Crypt-Keeper; The Old Witch; The Vault-Keeper; Harvey Kurtzman; Wally Wood; Jack Davis; Al Feldstein; Fredric Wertham
SynopsisRecounts how William Gaines' comics helped lead to a new wave of horror and crime comics, while Fredric Wertham began denouncing the comics medium.
Genrehumor; non-fiction
PencilsRyan Dunlavey
InksRyan Dunlavey
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5 pages Comic Book Comics story "All You Need is Love"
CharactersMorris Coyne; Louis Silberk; John Goldwater; Archie Andrews; Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; The Shield; The Black Hood; Joe Simon; Jack Kirby; Frankenstein's Monster; Martin Goodman
SynopsisRecounts how readers' tastes in comic books changed after World War II, with Archie comics and romance books taking the lead.
Genrehumor; non-fiction
PencilsRyan Dunlavey
InksRyan Dunlavey
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7 pages Comic Book Comics story "Our Artists at War!"
CharactersSuperman; Uncle Fester; Sad Sack; The Spirit; Will Eisner; General Halftrack; Walt Disney; Bambi; Pinocchio; Mickey Mouse; Donald Duck; Pogo; Bert Christman; Jack Kirby
SynopsisAs the USA joins World War II, many comic book creators find themselves working for the military.
Genrehumor; non-fiction
PencilsRyan Dunlavey
InksRyan Dunlavey
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11 pages Comic Book Comics story "America [heart]'s Comics"
CharactersJack Kirby; Joe Simon; Gil Kane; Harry A. Chesler; Joe Kubert; Lloyd Jacquet; Bill Everett; Martin Goodman; Sub-Mariner; Adolf Hitler; Captain America; Stan Lee; Jerry Siegel; Max Fleischer; Walt Disney; George T. Delacorte
SynopsisRecounts Joe Simon & Jack Kirby's time working for Martin Goodman, creating Captain America. Eventually they leave for DC Comics, believing that Stan Lee had betrayed them to Goodman.
Genrehumor; non-fiction
PencilsRyan Dunlavey
InksRyan Dunlavey
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Notes
Legalese!
CharactersCaptain America; Mickey Mouse; Superman; The Spirit; The Cryptkeeper; Pogo; Archie Andrews; Uncle Fester
Genrehumor; non-fiction
PencilsRyan Dunlavey
InksRyan Dunlavey
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NotesInside front cover. Illustrates the copyrights and trademarks found in this issue.
Cover Details - Our Artists at War!
CharactersFredric Wertham; William Gaines; Jack Kirby
Genrehumor
PencilsRyan Dunlavey
InksRyan Dunlavey
ColorsRyan Dunlavey
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More Information
Product Name Comic Book Comics #2 (2008 Series)
Characters Fredric Wertham; William Gaines; Jack Kirby
Series Comic Book Comics
Publication Date Sep 30, 2008
Synopsis Recounts Joe Simon & Jack Kirby's time working for Martin Goodman, creating Captain America. Eventually they leave for DC Comics, believing that Stan Lee had betrayed them to Goodman.