Before he became a comic book artist, and long before he co-created the Marvel Universe, Jack Kirby worked as an "in-betweener" for Fleischer Studios, Inc., on an assembly line animating "Popeye" and other characters.
withgreatpowercomesgreatcomics: “The Mighty Thor #140 (1967), written by Stan Lee, Art by Jack Kirby ” (Photo: withgreatpowercomesgreatcomics: The Mighty Thor #140 (1967), written by Stan Lee, Art by Jack Kirby http://t.co/0RxY13cQR8)...
Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest. Labels: Comic book art, Jack Kirby ... 105 had Kirby covers and 53 had interior Kirby art totaling 983 pages. 2 reprinted 40 Kirby pages. 50 minutes ago.
Archer and Armstrong and Magnus, Robot Fighter writer Fred Van Lente has launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund King Kirby, a stage play about Jack Kirby that he co-wrote with his wife, NYIT-award winning playwright Crystal Skillman.
MORE THAN PETS: Marvel and DC's Greatest Animal Characters Comic Book Resources Jack Kirby's Marvel creations are legendary. The Fantastic Four, the Avengers, the X-Men, Thor, Iron Man, the Hulk, and -- Devil Dinosaur?
I love Silver Age Fantastic Four brilliance. Check out these Jack Kirby gems, there's nothing better! @ @[487729714582077:274:MaximuM Comics 2.0] (I love Silver Age Fantastic Four brilliance. Check out these Jack Kirby gems, there's nothing better!
withgreatpowercomesgreatcomics: “Fantastic Four #46 (1966), written by Stan Lee, art by Jack Kirby, inked by Joe Sinnott ” (Photo: withgreatpowercomesgreatcomics: Fantastic Four #46 (1966), written by Stan Lee, art by Jack Kirby,...
(y) JACK KIRBY - For THROWBACK THURSDAY a photo from a visit to the Kirby's in 1990. Jack was telling us how every artist is a school of one - that we... ((y) JACK KIRBY - For THROWBACK THURSDAY a photo from a visit to the Kirby's in 1990.
Web of Evil #5 July/1953 ~ Art by Jack Cole & Char... Detective Comics ... Gil Fox, Jack Cole & Fred Guardineer from Police C... Fantastic ..... Joe Simon & Jack Kirby from Justice Traps the Guilty #3 & #4 ~ 1948.
wonderful-strange: “ The Fantastic Four #200, November 1978. Cover art by Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott. ” (Photo: wonderful-strange: The Fantastic Four #200, November 1978. Cover art by Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott.
Comicbook.com (blog) Stan Lee Talks Comic Book Movies And Jack Kirby Comicbook.com (blog) In an appearance on CNBC, Stan Lee shared some thoughts on the proliferation of comic book movies and the late, great Jack Kirby.
“ I recently got a new Jack Kirby collector, and was thumbing through it. The Kirby collector is pure eye candy, and I find myself rarely reading the interviews. I’m just to engrossed in the master’s...
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