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John Hebert

MBartist EXCLUSIVE!
Limited Edition,
Golden Age Tribute by John Hebert:

WHIZ COMICS #22 Facsimile

Cover A: Trade Dress - Limited Edition of 500 
Cover B: Virgin Cover
 - Limited Edition of 20
Cover C: Black and White
 - Limited Edition of 20
Cover D: Blank Sketch Cover - Limited Edition of 10

 

About the Whiz Comics:
In 1939, Fawcett Publications was trying to capitalize on the ongoing superhero boom spearheaded by characters like Superman and Batman. It was then that writer Bill Parker came up with the idea for a team of superheroes, each possessing the power of a different mythical characters. The idea was eventually modified into a single character with all these powers, and thus Captain Marvel, known later as Shazam, was born. 

The first issue published of Whiz Comics was issue #2, published with a cover-date of Feb. 1940. Fawcett created two black-and-white ashcan #1 issues to solicit advertisers and to secure the copyrights to the material. The two copies were identical but carried different titles: Flash Comics and Thrill Comics; the Captain Marvel character was called "Captain Thunder" in a near-identical story. When Fawcett went to press with the magazine, the first issue was retitled as Whiz Comics, a name inspired by the company's bawdy humor magazine, Captain Billy's Whiz Bang. Further complicating matters, when they got to issue #3, Fawcett, through either mistake or intent, used the number twice. Thus, if viewed from the perspective of the second #3 (and, therefore, all the issues that followed it), Whiz #2 unofficially became Whiz #1.

About the Artist:
John Hebert, born in New York State is a Marvel alumnus whose earliest canvas was the walls of his family home. At age four, he sketched his vision for how TV’s Batman and Robin (Adam West and Burt Ward) would escape from The Penguin (Burgess Meredith).

At the insistence of his mother, John’s media transitioned to pencil and paper where his talents accelerated, accepting a job to draw his first comic book just 2 days before his graduation from art school... John’s most recognized work includes the Punisher: War Zone, X-Men Adventures, Deathlok, Captain America, Spider-Man, Sable, and Jonny Quest.


Comic Book Details

  • Brand: Whiz Comics
  • Production / Publication: Fawcett Publications
  • Character: Captain Marvel, Shazam
  • Genre: Golden Age, Superhero
  • Product: Comic Book
  • Program:  Golden Age Tribute
  • Subject:  Published Art

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          John Hebert

          MBartist EXCLUSIVE!
          Limited Edition,
          Golden Age Tribute by John Hebert:

          WHIZ COMICS #22 Facsimile

          Cover A: Trade Dress - Limited Edition of 500 
          Cover B: Virgin Cover
           - Limited Edition of 20
          Cover C: Black and White
           - Limited Edition of 20
          Cover D: Blank Sketch Cover - Limited Edition of 10

           

          About the Whiz Comics:
          In 1939, Fawcett Publications was trying to capitalize on the ongoing superhero boom spearheaded by characters like Superman and Batman. It was then that writer Bill Parker came up with the idea for a team of superheroes, each possessing the power of a different mythical characters. The idea was eventually modified into a single character with all these powers, and thus Captain Marvel, known later as Shazam, was born. 

          The first issue published of Whiz Comics was issue #2, published with a cover-date of Feb. 1940. Fawcett created two black-and-white ashcan #1 issues to solicit advertisers and to secure the copyrights to the material. The two copies were identical but carried different titles: Flash Comics and Thrill Comics; the Captain Marvel character was called "Captain Thunder" in a near-identical story. When Fawcett went to press with the magazine, the first issue was retitled as Whiz Comics, a name inspired by the company's bawdy humor magazine, Captain Billy's Whiz Bang. Further complicating matters, when they got to issue #3, Fawcett, through either mistake or intent, used the number twice. Thus, if viewed from the perspective of the second #3 (and, therefore, all the issues that followed it), Whiz #2 unofficially became Whiz #1.

          About the Artist:
          John Hebert, born in New York State is a Marvel alumnus whose earliest canvas was the walls of his family home. At age four, he sketched his vision for how TV’s Batman and Robin (Adam West and Burt Ward) would escape from The Penguin (Burgess Meredith).

          At the insistence of his mother, John’s media transitioned to pencil and paper where his talents accelerated, accepting a job to draw his first comic book just 2 days before his graduation from art school... John’s most recognized work includes the Punisher: War Zone, X-Men Adventures, Deathlok, Captain America, Spider-Man, Sable, and Jonny Quest.


          Comic Book Details

          • Brand: Whiz Comics
          • Production / Publication: Fawcett Publications
          • Character: Captain Marvel, Shazam
          • Genre: Golden Age, Superhero
          • Product: Comic Book
          • Program:  Golden Age Tribute
          • Subject:  Published Art