My Comic Book Journey

A Blog About Rediscovering My Comic Book Collection

Comic Book Spotlight of the Day: Fantastic Four vol. 1, Issue #31 – October 1964 (Marvel Comics)

TITLE: Fantastic Four vol. 1, Issue #31 YEAR: October 1964 COMPANY: Marvel Comics Written by Stan Lee Illustrated by Jack Kirby Inker: Chic Stone Letterer: S. Rosen For those who read classic comic books from Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, especially the “Fantastic Four”, you can’t help but be amazed by how much content is featured in every issue. Case in point, “Fantastic Four” issue #31, the cover shows the […]

Comic Book Spotlight of the Day: Fantastic Four vol. 1, issue #30 – September 1964 (Marvel Comics)

TITLE: Fantastic Four vol. 1, Issue #30 YEAR: September 1964 COMPANY: Marvel Comics Written by Stan Lee Illustrated by Jack Kirby Inker: Chic Stone Letterer: Art Simek The Fantastic Four, what I loved about how Stan Lee and Jack Kirby did with this series was to showcase them in all their faults and glories.  By no means was this group perfect and in the earlier years, they were still trying […]

Comic Book Spotlight of the Day: Fantastic Four vol. 1, Issue #29 – August 1964 (Marvel Comics)

TITLE: Fantastic Four vol. 1, Issue #29 YEAR: August 1964 COMPANY: Marvel Comics Written by Stan Lee Illustrated by Jack Kirby Inker: Chic Stone Letterer: S. Rosen I wrote about how “The Fantastic Four” was among my favorite comic books to read as a child.  I loved the intelligence and action that went into the series and it’s one of the few series in my life that I told myself […]

Fantastic Four: A Death in the Family Issue #1 – July 2006 (Marvel Comics)

TITLE: Fantastic Four: A Death in the Family YEAR: July 2006 COMPANY: Marvel Comics Writer: Kart Kesel Pencils: Lee Weeks Inks: Rob Campanella Finishes: Tom Palmer Colors: Sotocolor’s J. Brown Letters: Artmonkey’s Dave Lanphear Editor: Molly Lazer Editor-in-Chief: Joe Quesada Publisher: Dan Buckley As a big fan of the “Fantastic Four”, I came across a special one-shot issue of “Fantastic Four: A Death in the Family” and figured, I need […]