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Fantastic Four: The World's Greatest Comic Magazine 7 Page 14 by Bruce Timm, Mike Manley - Comic Strip
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Fantastic Four: The World's Greatest Comic Magazine 7 Page 14

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12 numéros d'une magnifique Maxi-Jam Session autour de l'hommage rendu par une bonne dizaines d'artistes à Stan Lee et Jack Kirby à travers leur Magnum opus, les Fantastic Four. Parmi les invités, Bruce Timm a naturellement illustré quelques séquences mémorables comme cette visite du Surfer d'Argent au Shield où Nick Fury et Dum-Dum Dugan lui font les honneurs de l'Héli-Porteur. Du pur Kirby rehaussé d'une pointe de Steranko...

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About Bruce Timm

Bruce Timm is a successful comics artist, famous for his work on 'Batman/Superman Adventures' and 'Batman Beyond'. He started his career in animation at Filmation at age 20, working on the lay-out of series 'Blackstar', 'Flash Gordon' and 'The Lone Ranger'. After doing animaion work on the animated feature film 'The Secret of the N.I.M.H.', he started working on Marvel's 'G.I. Joe' and Filmation's 'He-Man and the Masters of the Universe' series. For 'He-Man' he did background and layout work for the animated series, as well as pencilling for the mini-comic series. He also worked on animated projects of 'Batman' and 'Superman', when he was noticed by both DC and Marvel. Since, Timm has worked on such comics projects as 'Batman Beyond', 'The Avengers', 'Vampirella' and a dark romance story for the horror anthology Flinch. Text (c) Lambiek