Original art of the last two pages from 2001 # 9. Kirby/Royer.
Kirby/Royer original art from 2001: A Space Odyssey # 9 (Aug 1977).
Flipping through Fantastic Four # 11 (Feb 1963), there is a lot of great Kirby/Ayers art in this story. Here are a few more funny samples featuring the Impossible Man from the book. Pages 5, 7, and 10.
Fantastic Four 11 (Feb 1963), page 21, Kirby/Ayers, featuring Jack’s hilarious Impossible Man character.
Here are some interior pages from Captain America # 206 (Feb 1977). I still remember being struck by this sequence after reading this as a 13-year-old kid. Not your typical 70s comic book fare. The Swine, who looks a lot like John Lennon, kills a victim by forcing him to over-eat. Cruel and gruesome. Pages 5, 9, and 10 from the story.
Here is the published Captain America # 206 cover.
This is one of the earliest comic books I ever remember getting off the 7-11 spinner racks.
Captain America # 206 cover. Jack’s penciled-text at the bottom of the page says, “A soul-searing thriller!” and “Prison of death! — Domain of — The Swine!”
Captain Victory # 12 (Oct 1983), page 14. On the left is an acetate overlay with the original painted colors. Kirby/Thibodeaux art.
Captain America # 102 (Jun 1968), page 11 scan. Kirby/Shores. You can see plenty of partial Kirby margin notes which were cut off in production. I can make out the text “… a weird diver” over panel 2. Signed by Jack in panel 3.
I can’t even guess what that substance is on the bottom left-hand corner of this scan.
Mighty Thor # 132 (Sep 1966), page 1 splash, and the splash for the last page of the book.