Here’s page 6 from Jack Kirby’s story “The Scavengers!” first published in DC’s Forever People #10, dated August 1972. Want to see Kirby’s original idea for Beautiful Dreamer’s bikini? Click on over here, where we’ve set up a Before/After slider with a photocopy of Kirby’s pencil art for this page.
And don’t forget - if you’re down the Shore, or in the NYC or Philadelphia metro areas, come see us at Asbury Park Comicon this weekend!
T.J. & Crissy, acting on behalf of the Biehler & Kirsch families of East Greenbush, NY, gifted the Kirby Museum with this sweet copy of what is arguably Jack Kirby’s first publication in a comic book, “The Romance of Money” from 1937. We offered a limited edition replica of “The Romance of Money” as a membership premium back in 2010.
Scan of a reduced sized photocopy of Jack Kirby’s pencil art for the presentation piece “Damon Hunter’s pet griffin ‘Garp’” - some of the work Kirby did for Ruby-Spears after he left comics.
Scanfest: Spring 2014 continues with a scan of a photocopy of Jack Kirby’s pencil drawing of the crumbling Supreme Court building from the Thundarr episode “The Brotherhood of Night”
That’s right, Kirbyheads! The Kirby Museum is in the midst of ScanFest Spring 2014 - and you are the beneficiaries! Here’s a scan of a photocopy of Jack Kirby’s pencil art for the Magic Mirror from the Thundarr cartoon. Keep an eye here, on Twitter, and on Facebook for more Jack Kirby wonders.
Join Mark Badger a.k.a. badgetoon at the East Bay Comic Con this Sunday and talk Jack Kirby with him, Dan Brereton, and Bruce Simon,.
28 August 1917 - 6 February 1994
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