History Creator / FredHembeck

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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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* CreatorCameo
* 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 2:36:22 PM rjung
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His official web site is [[http://www.hembeck.com here.]]



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29th Jun '13 2:33:53 PM rjung
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Works by Fred Hembeck Include:

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Works Some works by Fred Hembeck Include:
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* ''Fred Hembeck Sells the Marvel Universe (MarvelComics, 1990)

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* ''Fred Hembeck Sells the Marvel Universe Universe'' (MarvelComics, 1990)



!!Fred Hembeck's works exhibit the following tropes:

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!!Fred !!Tropes appearing in Fred Hembeck's works exhibit include:

* AffectionateParody: Despite
the following tropes:
occasional dark joke, Fred's fond affection for comic books (particularly the Golden and Silver Age eras) is very evident.
* ArtShift: If Hembeck draws your comic, do not expect any consistency with any established art style the title may have. If Hembeck himself appears in your comic, he will appear in his SignatureStyle, no matter how much it might clash with the style of the rest of the characters.
* DistaffCounterpart: Hembeck once introduced a counterpart for Brother Voodoo, appropriately named Sister Voodoo.



* SignatureStyle: In addition to his simple art style, Hembeck's characters are always drawn with curlicues at their elbows and knees.

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* RunningGag: Hembeck's constant skewering of Marvel's C-list hero Brother Voodoo in ''Marvel Age Magazine'' is probably the most reknown.
* SignatureStyle: In addition to his simple art style, Hembeck's characters are always drawn with curlicues at their elbows and knees.knees.
* StylisticSuck
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