Here’s a page from Fantastic Four #47. Jack Kirby drew it, Joe Sinnott inked it, and Stan Lee wrote the dialogue. Look at it! Read it! Study it!
Then I’ll post Jack Kirby’s original pencil art for it, and you can compare the two.
UPDATE: To see the pencil art, click here and then scroll down.
Jack Kirby’s original pencil drawings for Agatha Harkness. He withheld design because it was “too good for them” (Marvel). Read more eye-popping factoids in John Morrow’s “Key 1960s Moments” timeline.on The Kirby Effect.
Scan of a print-size photostat of Kirby’s pencil art for page 4 of “What lurks behind the beehive?” published in Marvel Comics’ Fantastic Four 66, dated September 1967. Also, a note from Sol Brodsky and some balloon placement from Stan Lee.
To celebrate our passing 800 tumblr followers, here’s a four panel Kirby-techno-palooza! Yep, it’s a full sized photocopy of Kirby pencil art, with his margin notes, and Stan Lee’s dialog lettered by Sam Rosen. For what? “The Madness of the Moleman!” published by Marvel Comics in their August 1969 Fantastic Four 89.