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Great catching up with these beautiful gentlemen at last nightโ€™s #jokerpremiere ๐Ÿƒ๐Ÿคก๐Ÿ˜Ž #AndyKubert @dcdandidio @real_greg_capullo @brianazzarello @tonysdanielx @leebermejoart #JacksonCapullo The amazing @jokermovie was icing on the cake #dccomics #warnerbros.

Great catching up with these beautiful gentlemen at last nightโ€™s #jokerpremiere ๐Ÿƒ๐Ÿคก๐Ÿ˜Ž #AndyKubert @dcdandidio @real_greg_capullo @brianazzarello @tonysdanielx @leebermejoart #JacksonCapullo The amazing @jokermovie was icing on the cake #dccomics #warnerbros ...

@comicbrad showing off his advance copy of the Absolute Edition DKIII The Master Race. Anyone else grabbing it? (Posted by @batforcetom) #frankmiller #andykubert #brianazzarello #klausjanson @brianazzarello @kjansonnyc #thedarkknightreturns #DKIII #TheBatForce.

@comicbrad showing off his advance copy of the Absolute Edition DKIII The Master Race. Anyone else grabbing it? (Posted by @batforcetom ) #frankmiller #andykubert #brianazzarello #klausjanson @brianazzarello @kjansonnyc #thedarkknightreturns #DKIII #TheBatForce ...

After a killer session in the Danger Room, Betsy changes into a different skin-tight outfit. Because OF COURSE she does!

From X-men Volume 2 #28.

#fabiannicieza #andykubert #matthewryan #joerosas #xmen #uncannyxmen #psylocke #betsybraddock.

After a killer session in the Danger Room, Betsy changes into a different skin-tight outfit. Because OF COURSE she does! From X-men Volume 2 #28 . #fabiannicieza #andykubert #matthewryan #joerosas #xmen #uncannyxmen #psylocke #betsybraddock ...

Tom Taylor continues his masterful DC run with

Tom Taylor continues his masterful DC run with "DCeased #4 ". Taylor has a way of bringing out the humanity and raw emotions of nearly every scene he writes. What do you all think of his DCeased run and especially what it means for the Bat family? #dccomics #dceased #dccomics #tomtaylor #trevorhairsine #stefanogaudiano #rainnberedo #andykubert #bradanderson #metropolis #batman #alfredpennyworth #damianwayne #batfamily #superman #loislane #bobkane #billfinger ...

#brushinking details on Supes shoulder. Pencils by the ultra awesome #AndyKubert. For #DCComics written by #TomKing..

#brushinking details on Supes shoulder. Pencils by the ultra awesome #AndyKubert . For #DCComics written by #TomKing . ...

Someone must have mentioned to Kubert that even ninja telepath assassins get cold.

From X-men Volume 2 #19.

#fabiannicieza #andykubert #markpennington #bobwiacek #danpanosian #alwilliamson #joerosas #xmen #uncannyxmen #psylocke #betsybraddock #jubilee #jubilationlee.

Someone must have mentioned to Kubert that even ninja telepath assassins get cold. From X-men Volume 2 #19 . #fabiannicieza #andykubert #markpennington #bobwiacek #danpanosian #alwilliamson #joerosas #xmen #uncannyxmen #psylocke #betsybraddock #jubilee #jubilationlee ...

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Day 20 for #AllthebooksNov19 is 'Historical Fiction' This is Marvel 1602 it's your favourite marvel characters in 1602!
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What's your favourite period of history?
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๐ŸŒŸ Marvel 1602 - #NeilGaiman #AndyKubert #RichardIsanove
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#bookstagram #bookish #books #book #bookchallenge #foreverareader #historicalfiction #marvelcomics #marvel #marvel1602 #marvel #comics #comicbooks #morebookslessalgorithm #bookworms #idratherbereading #bookishlife #welshblogger #ukblogger #lifestyle #instabooks #thebookcommunity #bookstagrammer.

๐ŸŒŸ Historical Fiction ๐ŸŒŸ Day 20 for #AllthebooksNov19 is 'Historical Fiction' This is Marvel 1602 it's your favourite marvel characters in 1602! . What's your favourite period of history? . ๐ŸŒŸ Marvel 1602 - #NeilGaiman #AndyKubert #RichardIsanove . #bookstagram #bookish #books #book #bookchallenge #foreverareader #historicalfiction #marvelcomics #marvel #marvel1602 #marvel #comics #comicbooks #morebookslessalgorithm #bookworms #idratherbereading #bookishlife #welshblogger #ukblogger #lifestyle #instabooks #thebookcommunity #bookstagrammer ...

As I mentioned, 1602 has the heroes of Marvel together again in one grand adventure. Specifically the Silver Age heroes, the ones created by Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko, Stan Lee, and Bill Everett in the 1960's. The Marvel Age bunch. Not all of them, and not all right away, but those core characters that launched the entire thing. Neil Gaiman specifically went with these heroes and villains for the story for a very specific metatextual reason, which I will elaborate on further. But here's some snippets from the first issue of some of the characters who will be players in this tale. Gaiman is very specific about how he tells this story, and the entire thing is deliberately Shakespearean. Not only in terms of setting, but the tropes and devices used throughout the story, and how each scene is staged as if a play. For example, in this first issue, every scene change ends with an exit. Whether it's Nicholas and Peter walking off down the street or Matthew and Captain Nelson setting sail, there's virtually none of the abrupt cutaways common in modern storytelling. It's probably the biggest reason Neil Gaiman is one of my favourite writers. He's as much concerned with how he writes his stories as he is with the stories themselves. You recognize the effort and work being put in. Even when you don't care for whatever the specific story is, the work is apparent enough to earn your respect as a reader..

As I mentioned, 1602 has the heroes of Marvel together again in one grand adventure. Specifically the Silver Age heroes, the ones created by Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko, Stan Lee, and Bill Everett in the 1960's. The Marvel Age bunch. Not all of them, and not all right away, but those core characters that launched the entire thing. Neil Gaiman specifically went with these heroes and villains for the story for a very specific metatextual reason, which I will elaborate on further. But here's some snippets from the first issue of some of the characters who will be players in this tale. Gaiman is very specific about how he tells this story, and the entire thing is deliberately Shakespearean. Not only in terms of setting, but the tropes and devices used throughout the story, and how each scene is staged as if a play. For example, in this first issue, every scene change ends with an exit. Whether it's Nicholas and Peter walking off down the street or Matthew and Captain Nelson setting sail, there's virtually none of the abrupt cutaways common in modern storytelling. It's probably the biggest reason Neil Gaiman is one of my favourite writers. He's as much concerned with how he writes his stories as he is with the stories themselves. You recognize the effort and work being put in. Even when you don't care for whatever the specific story is, the work is apparent enough to earn your respect as a reader. ...

1602, the first Marvel comic by Neil Gaiman, and beautifully painted artwork by Adam Kubert. I bought it in singles as it first came out years ago, but recently re-read it in full for the first time since it came out. It's good, no doubt, but I forgot how much fun it is. It's a classic adventure story and it's just so good to see the Marvel heroes working together, even if it is in a form and a time far from the familiar.

1602, the first Marvel comic by Neil Gaiman, and beautifully painted artwork by Adam Kubert. I bought it in singles as it first came out years ago, but recently re-read it in full for the first time since it came out. It's good, no doubt, but I forgot how much fun it is. It's a classic adventure story and it's just so good to see the Marvel heroes working together, even if it is in a form and a time far from the familiar ...