July 10, 2006, Runnemede, NJ - Legendary creator Jim Starlin's career has featured some of the creators greatest characters in the "cosmos"!
Now, legendary writer, artist and creator Jim Starlin has returned to the "outer space" with JIM STARLIN'S KID KOSMOS ORIGINAL GRAPHIC NOVEL (JUL063045)!
"Jim has done it once again," exclaimed DYNAMITE SPOKESPERON J. ALLEN. "For the follow-up to COSMIC GUARD, we wanted to do something a little different and we decided to put together our first original graphic novel. Jim spent the last year writing, drawing, coloring and completing this epic KID KOSMOS story and we know the fans are going to really enjoy his visionary follow-up to COSMIC GUARD. And look for the Cosmic Guard collection to be offered in the coming months!
The title is available for PRE-ORDER now and scheduled to ship in September.
JIM STARLIN'S KID KOSMOS ORIGINAL GRAPHIC NOVEL (JUL063045) by Jim Starlin!
Dynamite and legendary creator Jim Starlin present the return of the Cosmic Guard in the Kid Kosmos original graphic novel! Kid Kosmos is a direct continuation of the Cosmic Guard mini-series, and features 122 pages of ORIGINAL story and art in Dynamite‚s first-ever original graphic novel! Starlin is a master of all things time and space, and he excels in this, his most powerful vision yet! As Starlin prepares to return to the "Cosmic" end of the DC Universe (in the upcoming Mystery in Space series), this Original Graphic Novel is the perfect companion, unleashing a raw and dynamic story from the master, Jim Starlin!
For art and more information, please visit:http://www.dynamiteentertainment.com/htmlfiles/p-C105314.html
ABOUT JIM STARLIN:
Jim Starlin is an American comic book writer and artist, who has worked for Marvel Comics, DC Comics and others since the early 1970s.
Starlin was born in Detroit, Michigan, United States. After writing and drawing stories for a number of amateur fan publications, he got his break into comics working for Roy Thomas and John Romita at Marvel Comics in 1972. Starlin along with Len Wein, Marv Wolfman and Walter Simonson was part of the generation of artists and writers who arrived in comics at that time who were primarily fans of the Stan Lee/Jack Kirby "Silver Age of Comics".
Starlin's first job was as a finisher on pages of Spider-Man. He then drew two issues of Iron Man and was given a shot to draw an issue of a failing title Captain Marvel (issue 25). Starlin took over as plotter with the next issue and introduced the character Thanos. Starlin developed through the comic an elaborate cosmology for the Marvel Universe that was much referenced by other writers.
Starlin co-created the kung fu craze cash-in character Shang Chi and then began his most legendary work: a re-imagining of a minor Lee/Kirby creation, Adam Warlock. He developed a complex story-line with theological themes, as Adam Warlock, who had emerged from a kind of virgin birth, confronted a dictatorial Universal Church of Truth founded by his evil future self. After his departure the Captain Marvel title had again declined and Starlin was given the for the time rare opportunity to kill off the character in a graphic novel, The Death of Captain Marvel.
Most of the 1980s were taken up for Starlin scripting and drawing Dreadstar for Epic Comics (an imprint of Marvel Comics), and later for First Comics and now available in a definite re-release from Dynamite Entertainment. In the late 1980s he switched to DC Comics and wrote the Batman:A Death in the Family story arc (in which the second Robin died) and back at Marvel for the Infinity Gauntlet storyline, featuring the return of one of his best-known creations, the mad Titan Thanos. vHe is currently back in „cosmic‰ form at DC Comics with the upcoming Mystery in Space series and had previously published the first Cosmic Guard mini-series with Dynamite Entertainment.
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