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New "Jack Kirby" Films

Hundreds of illustrations from artist Jack "King" Kirby, co-creator of "Captain America", "Fantastic Four" and the "X-Men", intended for cartoon series/toy lines Kirby produced in the 1980's for Ruby-Spears Productions, will be the basis for new film projects, according to Ruby-Spears studio founders Joe Ruby, Ken Spears, Sid and Marty Krofft:

The numerous genre projects Kirby left behind include "Roxie’s Raiders"...

...a pulp-inspired adventure about a female animal trainer and her team of circus performers who are highly trained spies...

..."Golden Shield", about an ancient Mayan hero seeking to save earth in the present day...

..."The Gargoids", following scientists who gain superpowers after being infected by an alien virus...

..."The Bad Guys" and a whole lot more...

Ruby-Spears company's credits included animated series "Fangface", "Goldie Gold", "Action Jack", "The Plastic Man Comedy/Adventure Show"...

..."Thundarr the Barbarian", "Rubik", "Alvin and the Chipmunks" (1983), "Mister T", "Sectaurs", "The Centurions

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