History Creator / FredHembeck

2nd Nov '17 6:15:12 PM dlchen145
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Fred Hembeck is an American cartoonist known for his {{affectionate parod|y}}ies of ComicBook characters, often commenting on or reminiscing about comic book lore and news. He draws in a very clean and cartoonish style, which contrasts greatly with the more detailed visual style of his targets. His works have been released by numerous comic book publishers and comics-related outlets, including firms whose characters he spoofs. [[CreatorCameo Hembeck himself often appears as a character in his own works]], speaking directly to the characters or the reader as appropriate.

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Fred Hembeck (born January 30, 1953) is an American cartoonist known for his {{affectionate parod|y}}ies of ComicBook characters, often commenting on or reminiscing about comic book lore and news. He draws in a very clean and cartoonish style, which contrasts greatly with the more detailed visual style of his targets. His works have been released by numerous comic book publishers and comics-related outlets, including firms whose characters he spoofs. [[CreatorCameo Hembeck himself often appears as a character in his own works]], speaking directly to the characters or the reader as appropriate.
31st Jul '16 10:38:05 AM nombretomado
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* ''Jimmy Olsen's Pal, Fred Hembeck'' (DCComics, 1981)

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* ''Jimmy Olsen's Pal, Fred Hembeck'' (DCComics, (Creator/DCComics, 1981)
3rd Sep '15 11:59:41 AM NESBoy
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* ''Fred Hembeck Destroys the Marvel Universe'' (Marvel Comics, 1989)

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* ''Fred Hembeck Destroys the Marvel Universe'' ''ComicBook/FredHembeckDestroysTheMarvelUniverse'' (Marvel Comics, 1989)



* MicrowaveTheDog: In ''Fred Hembeck Destroys the Marvel Universe'', Ant-Man is killed when an old lady sticks him into a microwave oven.
29th Aug '14 9:43:36 PM Kirayoshi
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* AuthorAppeal: When he was doing regular artwork for ''Marvel Age'', he seemed to have a fascination for Brother Voodoo.
29th Jun '13 3:56:32 PM rjung
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* BunnyEarsLaywer: Don't let his cartoonish style fool you -- Hembeck is ''very'' well versed in the history of the comic book industry, and will often cite issue numbers and dates to make a point (or a joke).

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* BunnyEarsLaywer: BunnyEarsLawyer: Don't let his cartoonish style fool you -- Hembeck is ''very'' well versed in the history of the comic book industry, and will often cite issue numbers and dates to make a point (or a joke).
29th Jun '13 3:56:04 PM rjung
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* ''Marvel Age'' magazine

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* ''Smiliní Ed'' ([=FantaCo=])
* ''Jimmy Olsen's Pal, Fred Hembeck'' (DCComics, 1981)




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* ''The Nearly Complete Essential Hembeck Archives Omnibus''



* BunnyEarsLayer: Don't let his cartoonish style fool you -- Hembeck is ''very'' well versed in the history of the comic book industry, and will often cite issue numbers and dates to make a point (or a joke).

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* BunnyEarsLayer: BunnyEarsLaywer: Don't let his cartoonish style fool you -- Hembeck is ''very'' well versed in the history of the comic book industry, and will often cite issue numbers and dates to make a point (or a joke).
29th Jun '13 3:42:28 PM rjung
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* BunnyEarsLayer: Don't let his cartoonish style fool you -- Hembeck is ''very'' well versed in the history of the comic book industry, and will often cite issue numbers and dates to make a point (or a joke).
29th Jun '13 3:16:12 PM CorahsUncle
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Fred Hembeck is an American cartoonist known for his [[AffectionateParody affection parodies]] of ComicBook characters, often commenting ore reminiscing of comic book lore and news. He draws in a very clean and cartoonish style, which contrasts greatly with the more detailed visual style of his targets. His works have been released by numerous comic book publishers and comics-related outlets, including firms whose characters he spoofs. Hembeck himself often appears as a character in his own works, speaking directly to the characters or the reader as appropriate.

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Fred Hembeck is an American cartoonist known for his [[AffectionateParody affection parodies]] {{affectionate parod|y}}ies of ComicBook characters, often commenting ore on or reminiscing of about comic book lore and news. He draws in a very clean and cartoonish style, which contrasts greatly with the more detailed visual style of his targets. His works have been released by numerous comic book publishers and comics-related outlets, including firms whose characters he spoofs. [[CreatorCameo Hembeck himself often appears as a character in his own works, works]], speaking directly to the characters or the reader as appropriate.






* ''The FantasticFour Roast'' (MarvelComics, 1982)
* ''Fred Hembeck Destroys the Marvel Universe'' (MarvelComics, 1989)
* ''Fred Hembeck Sells the Marvel Universe'' (MarvelComics, 1990)

His official web site is [[http://www.hembeck.com here.]]

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* ''The FantasticFour ComicBook/FantasticFour Roast'' (MarvelComics, (Creator/MarvelComics, 1982)
* ''Fred Hembeck Destroys the Marvel Universe'' (MarvelComics, (Marvel Comics, 1989)
* ''Fred Hembeck Sells the Marvel Universe'' (MarvelComics, (Marvel Comics, 1990)

His official web Web site is [[http://www.hembeck.com here.]]
com/ here]].






* DistaffCounterpart: Hembeck once introduced a counterpart for Brother Voodoo, appropriately named Sister Voodoo.
* MicrowaveTheDog: In ''Fred Hembeck Destroys the Marvel Universe,'' Ant-Man is killed when an old lady sticks him in a microwave oven.
* RunningGag: Hembeck's constant skewering of Marvel's C-list hero Brother Voodoo in ''Marvel Age Magazine'' is probably the most reknown.

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* DistaffCounterpart: Hembeck once introduced a female counterpart for Brother Voodoo, appropriately named Sister Voodoo.
* MicrowaveTheDog: In ''Fred Hembeck Destroys the Marvel Universe,'' Universe'', Ant-Man is killed when an old lady sticks him in into a microwave oven.
* RunningGag: Hembeck's constant skewering of Marvel's C-list hero Brother Voodoo in ''Marvel Age Magazine'' is probably the most reknown.renowned.



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29th Jun '13 2:58:04 PM rjung
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29th Jun '13 2:36:22 PM rjung
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His official web site is [[http://www.hembeck.com here.]]



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