By Shayne Daley I arrived in the Federal Republic of Germany (more commonly referred to as West Germany) at the height of the Cold War in April 1988. Mikhail G... Read More...
Before Techno, video games, comic books, and rock and roll drove the youth of America to illicit sex and juvenile delinquency, jazz was the corrupter of the young. It was new. It was dangerous. Parents didn’t understand.
Crowned “The King of Comics” Jack Kirby was one of the medium’s major innovators and much of today’s pop culture-driven landscape is in complete debt to his gargantuan body of work.