“This way for action!” - a full sized photocopy of Jack Kirby’s pencil art for the cover for his story “The Rocks Are Burning!” that was first published by Marvel Comics in Captain America 197, dated May 1976.
Full size photocopy of Jack Kirby’s pencil art for the cover to Marvel’s Avengers 156 published date February 1977.
Initial splash for “When Wakes The Sleeper!”, full size photocopy of Kirby’s pencil art, original art containing Syd Shores’ ink art and Artie Simek’s lettering art of Stan Lee’s script, and first printing in Captain America 101, dated May 1968 with color art by Stan Goldberg? Marie Severin?
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Full size photocopy of the pencil art for the cover to Captain America 212, dated August 1977.
Captain America: “I’ll find you, Red Skull! And when I do—!
Red Skull: “It will be too late! Hah Hah!”
Title: “The face of a hero!”
Caption: “At the mercy of a hated enemy!”
Caption: “Captain America - - Blind… at the mercy of the Red Skull!”
Red Skull: “”You cannot save yourself from what you cannot see!”
Title: “The eyes of a hero!”
Click on over to Norris Burroughs’ Kirby Kinetics blog for some cool comparisons of early Captain America stories that Jack re-imagined in the 60s for Tales of Suspense!
Hot on the heels of the Israeli Thor and Hulk, a click on the cover will bring you to a gallery of a few images from the first issue of the Mexican Los Vengadores #1, published in 1965.
Sorry, folks. Couldn’t pass this one up.
Vintage Comic - Tales Of Suspense #083 Pg 01 (Original Art)