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OMAC #3, 1975. Jack Kirby, pencils. D. Bruce Berry, inks and letters.

Design Influence & Inspiration in Jack Kirby's Comic Art

Uninked Jack Kirby pencils to a page from FANTASTIC FOUR #75

ungoliantschilde: “ungoliantschilde: “some Pencil Drawings by Jack “King” Kirby.

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Full size photocopy of Jack Kirbys pencil art for the cover to Marvels Avengers 156 published date February 1977.

Full size photocopy of Jack Kirbys pencil art for the cover to Marvels Avengers 156 published date February

Simply the best comic series ever. Eternals #1 by Jack Kirby

Kirbys return to Marvel in the late gave us more Captain America, Black Panther and this stunning edition to the Marvel universe.

The Demon, Issue 10, Page 1. This series promised so much, but seemed to fizzle out after this 'Phantom of the Opera' story, possibly because Kirby was disillusioned with DC's increasing indifference towards him due to the "failure" of his Fourth World titles. A pity, as The Demon had a lot of potential, some of which was realised by other writers many years later.

The Demon, Issue Page 1 is a great example of work by Jack Kirby. This is an incredible resource to art historians and comic book fans.

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