The Hoboken Spring 2013 Kirby Museum ScanFest is in effect! Two scanners! Two scan-men at their respective helms!
Jack Kirby’s pencil art for page 26 of his story “The Thing From The Black-Hole Star!!” first published in Marvel Comics’ Captain America Annual 3, 1976.
A recent scan. Photocopy of pencil art for the first page of “Nazi-X!!” published by Marvel Comics in their Captain America 211, dated July 1977.
"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 sized photocopy of Jack Kirby’s pencil art for the cover to Invaders 6, from 1976
Full size photocopy of Jack Kirby’s pencil art for the cover to Marvel’s Avengers 156 published date February 1977.
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!”
ok…this one is kinda stunning. Francesco Francavilla’s amazing golden age Captain America!
Captain America stops by our SDCC table…
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!