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i hope someday they complete the series. does anyone know if it has been. i haven't seen it. enjoyed this when i was younger.Published 4 months ago by elf lord
Jack Kirby does a great job on doing his own version of Planet of the Apes with more animals than apes.Published 7 months ago by Joshua R. Rollins
I loved the earlier Kamandi stories, but Vol. 2 has so much more to give the reader. This was considered by many to be the weakest of Jack Kirby's creations at DC, said to be too... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Ricky Killingsworth
DC needs to proof a book before they send it out. You should absolutely buy this but the fact the art gets lost in the crease of the binding is a big disappointmentPublished 22 months ago by Joshua M Lemley
Volume 2 is now out and it's pretty great to have one of my all time favorite comic books in a hardbound edition. Wooo hoooo. Jack Kirby LIVES ON.Published 23 months ago by R. Long
During the 70s & the Planet Of The Apes craze.. Jack 'King'Kirby created Kamandi the last boy on Earth. Talking animals Rule The Planet.. Amazing Pencils great stories.. Read morePublished on April 29, 2013 by MetalMovieMayhem
Jack Kirby is deservedly one of the most revered names in comic book history. Not only was he one of the most talented and prolific artists in comics he created characters and... Read morePublished on January 19, 2013 by Jim Davis
Jack Kirby created so many characters in his last 20 years at both Marvel and DC ,that the truly remarkable thing is that almost all of them are still in current comic books! Read morePublished on January 13, 2013 by Chris