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Gregg Bendian's Interzone: Requiem for Jack Kirby

Read "Requiem for Jack Kirby" reviewed by Todd S. Jenkins

An impeccable tribute to an incomparable artist. Jack Kirby was one of the great comic-book creators, a dweller in places of long shadows and stark colors who fathered the Fantastic Four, Captain America, the X-Men and other legendary Marvel Comics. A musical tribute to a visual artist working in that medium might seem strange, but Interzone ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Gregg Bendian's Interzone: Requiem for Jack Kirby

Read "Requiem for Jack Kirby" reviewed by Todd S. Jenkins

An impeccable tribute to an incomparable artist. Jack Kirby was one of the great comic-book creators, a dweller in places of long shadows and stark colors who fathered the Fantastic Four, Captain America, the X-Men and other legendary Marvel Comics. A musical tribute to a visual artist working in that medium might seem strange, but Interzone ...

Gregg Bendian's Interzone: Myriad

Read "Myriad" reviewed by Derek Taylor

Gregg Bendian's Interzone is a clear case of a thematic project that creatively outdistanced it's originally conceived scope and lifespan. William S. Burroughs' hallucinatory alternate reality remains the group's namesake, but the players continue to move forward in fresh creative directions. Of all the Beat writers (save perhaps Herbert Huncke) Burroughs was arguably the most enigmatic, ...