Ok, we know it’s been three weeks since our last post - - here’s a scan of Kirby’s pencil art for the final splash from “Spawn” (New Gods 5, Oct-Nov 1971) to try to make up for it.
“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.
Some nice drawings of the women in that last panel, don’t you think? This is another full-sized photocopy of a pencil art panel page that Jack Kirby intended for DC’s “True Life Divorce” magazine from 1970/71. Lettering art by John Costanza.
Yet another full-sized photocopy of Jack Kirby pencil art from 1970/1971. It’s a panel page from his story “The Other Woman!”, intended to be published in DC’s aborted True Life Divorce magazine.
Full sized photocopy of Jack Kirby’s pencil art for the first page of his story “The Other Woman!” Lettering art by John Costanza. Intended for publication by DC Comics in a “True Life Divorce” magazine from 1970-1971.
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.
Jack Kirby’s first page for the unpublished True Life Divorce - a full size photocopy of his pencil art with inked lettering.
You want a New Gods cover? Ok, here’s a photocopy of Jack Kirby’s pencil art for the cover to his story “Darkseid and Sons!” first published by DC Comics in New Gods 11, dated October-November 1972.
Another trimmed photocopy of Jack Kirby pencil art - this time of page 15 of his story “Spawn” published by DC Comics in New Gods 5, dated October-November 1971.