Category: jack kirby

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What If? Vol 1 (start date 1977) issue #9 (published 1978)

Art by Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott

What if the Avengers had fought evil during the 1950′s?

What If? Vol 1 (start date 1977) issue #9 (pub…

What If? Vol 1 (start date 1977) issue #9 (published 1978)

Art by Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott

What if the Avengers had fought evil during the 1950′s?

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Captain America vol 1 (start date 1968), issue #202 (published 1976)

Art by Jack Kirby and Frank Giacoia

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Captain America vol 1 (start date 1968), issue…

Captain America vol 1 (start date 1968), issue #202 (published 1976)

Art by Jack Kirby and Frank Giacoia

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Invaders Vol 1 (start date 1975), issue #11 (published 1976)

Art by Jack Kirby

Jack Kirby defined comics across both the Golden and Silver Ages of the medium. He drew an estimated 20,318 pages of published art – 1,158 of those pages in 1962 alone – and a further 1,385 covers across his career in almost every genre of comic books.

Invaders Vol 1 (start date 1975), issue #11 (p…

Invaders Vol 1 (start date 1975), issue #11 (published 1976)

Art by Jack Kirby

Jack Kirby defined comics across both the Golden and Silver Ages of the medium. He drew an estimated 20,318 pages of published art – 1,158 of those pages in 1962 alone – and a further 1,385 covers across his career in almost every genre of comic books.

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Captain America vol 1 (start date 1968), issue #205 (published 1977)

Art by Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott

Kirby drew in a kinetic style, with a special gift for capturing bodies in motion. He invented a style of illustrating energy fields by filling negative space with a fractal-like pattern of dots, since called Kirby Dots or Kirby Krackles.

Captain America vol 1 (start date 1968), issue…

Captain America vol 1 (start date 1968), issue #205 (published 1977)

Art by Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott

Kirby drew in a kinetic style, with a special gift for capturing bodies in motion. He invented a style of illustrating energy fields by filling negative space with a fractal-like pattern of dots, since called Kirby Dots or Kirby Krackles.

capcoverart: Captain America vol 1 (start dat…

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Captain America vol 1 (start date 1968), issue #212 (published 1977)

Art by Jack Kirby

Jim Starlin, creator of the Marvel character Thanos, has said that he was more than a little inspired in Thanos’ creation by Kirby’s DC character Darkseid.

Captain America vol 1 (start date 1968), issue…

Captain America vol 1 (start date 1968), issue #212 (published 1977)

Art by Jack Kirby

Jim Starlin, creator of the Marvel character Thanos, has said that he was more than a little inspired in Thanos’ creation by Kirby’s DC character Darkseid.