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    Late-1965 ad for Fantasy Masterpieces #3. "See the early work of Kirby, Ditko, Heck, Ayers and Sinnott! Prefaces by Stan Lee!"

    Late-1965 ad for Fantasy Masterpieces #3.

    "See the early work of Kirby, Ditko, Heck, Ayers and Sinnott! Prefaces by Stan Lee!"

    — 4 months ago with 42 notes
    #fantasy masterpieces  #jack kirby  #steve ditko  #don heck  #dick ayers  #joe sinnott  #stan lee  #house ad 
    Detail from Strange Tales #168, May 1968. Art by Jim Steranko and Joe Sinnott.What movie is “He Walked His Last…”?

    Detail from Strange Tales #168, May 1968. Art by Jim Steranko and Joe Sinnott.

    What movie is “He Walked His Last…”?

    (Source: seanhowe)

    — 6 months ago with 72 notes
    #jim steranko  #joe sinnott  #strange tales 

    John F. Kennedy in the pages of Marvel Comics, 1963: Fantastic Four #17 (art by Jack Kirby) and Journey into Mystery #96 (art by Joe Sinnott).

    — 9 months ago with 223 notes
    #jfk  #fantastic four  #journey into mystery  #jack kirby  #joe sinnott 
    Happy Birthday to Dave Cockrum, who would have been 70 years old today. So thanks, Dave, for that…but thanks for something else, too: In 1983—just before he turned 40—the co-creator of Nightcrawler, Storm, and Colossus visited the Syracuse Halloween Con II and signed a program for 9-year-old me.

    Happy Birthday to Dave Cockrum, who would have been 70 years old today.

    So thanks, Dave, for that…but thanks for something else, too:
    In 1983—just before he turned 40—the co-creator of Nightcrawler, Storm, and Colossus visited the Syracuse Halloween Con II and signed a program for 9-year-old me.

    — 9 months ago with 48 notes
    #dave cockrum  #joe sinnott  #syracuse  #dream days  #mary wilshire  #george perez  #tom peyer  #joe orsak  #roland sweet 

    Pencils by Jack Kirby. Inks by Joe Sinnott. Words by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby. Letters by Artie Simek. First published in Fantastic Four #76, 1968; printed as a blacklight poster by Third Eye in 1971.

    Images via here and here.

    BREAKING NEWS!
    The Jack Kirby Museum, a nonprofit, has just raised funds to open a pop-up physical space for one week, beginning November 4, in NYC.
    Details here:
    http://kirbymuseum.org/prototype-alpha-nov-4-11/

    — 10 months ago with 365 notes
    #jack kirby  #joe sinnott  #silver surfer  #stan lee  #artie simek  #third eye  #fantastic four  #original art  #posters 

    A glimpse of the Falcon in Captain America: The Winter Soldier., as played by Anthony Mackie.

    Plus:
    (A) Stan Lee holds up someone else’s art for the Falcon—is it by Gene Colan?—in a photograph that appeared in Jet magazine.
    (B) The Falcon’s comic-book debut, in Captain America #117, December 1969.
    (C) More from Captain America #117. Art by Gene Colan and Joe Sinnott. Words by Stan Lee.

    — 10 months ago with 828 notes
    #anthony mackie  #falcon  #captain america  #captain america: the winter soldier  #jet  #gene colan  #joe sinnott  #stan lee  #original art  #photos 
    Here’s a page from Fantastic Four #47. Jack Kirby drew it, Joe Sinnott inked it, and Stan Lee wrote the dialogue. Look at it! Read it! Study it! Then I’ll post Jack Kirby’s original pencil art for it, and you can compare the two.UPDATE: To see the pencil art, click here and then scroll down.

    Here’s a page from Fantastic Four #47. Jack Kirby drew it, Joe Sinnott inked it, and Stan Lee wrote the dialogue. Look at it! Read it! Study it!

    Then I’ll post Jack Kirby’s original pencil art for it, and you can compare the two.

    UPDATE: To see the pencil art, click here and then scroll down.

    — 10 months ago with 140 notes
    #fantastic four  #jack kirby  #stan lee  #joe sinnott  #triton  #inhumans 
    Left to right: Jack Kirby, Benjamin Grimm, Joe Sinnott.

    Left to right: Jack Kirby, Benjamin Grimm, Joe Sinnott.

    — 11 months ago with 353 notes
    #jack kirby  #ben grimm  #the thing  #fantastic four  #joe sinnott  #photos 

    Another page of Jack Kirby’s art for Fantastic Four #61, before and after Joe Sinnott added inks.

    — 11 months ago with 66 notes
    #Jack Kirby  #Joe Sinnott  #Stan Lee  #Fantastic Four  #original art 

    Jack Kirby’s art for Fantastic Four #61, before and after Joe Sinnott added inks.

    — 11 months ago with 75 notes
    #Fantastic Four  #Jack Kirby  #Joe Sinnott  #Stan Lee  #Sandman  #original art 
    Fantastic Four #58. Art by Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott. Words by Stan Lee.

    Fantastic Four #58. Art by Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott. Words by Stan Lee.

    — 12 months ago with 38 notes
    #Fantastic Four  #Jack Kirby  #Joe Sinnott  #Stan Lee  #Dr. Doom 
    Rumors are circulating that the villain of the Guardians of the Galaxy movie will be…Ronan the Accuser.Here’s a page from Ronan’s first appearance, in Fantastic Four #65.

    Rumors are circulating that the villain of the Guardians of the Galaxy movie will be…Ronan the Accuser.
    Here’s a page from Ronan’s first appearance, in Fantastic Four #65.

    — 1 year ago with 65 notes
    #Ronan the Accuser  #Jack Kirby  #Stan Lee  #Fantastic Four  #original art  #Joe Sinnott 

    Ms. Marvel #5. Preliminary by Marie Severin; Final cover by Ed Hannigan and Joe Sinnott.

    — 1 year ago with 131 notes
    #ms. marvel  #Carol Danvers  #Marie Severin  #Ed Hannigan  #Joe Sinnott  #The Vision 
    Jack Kirby, by John Romita and Joe Sinnott, 1994.

    Jack Kirby, by John Romita and Joe Sinnott, 1994.

    — 1 year ago with 121 notes
    #Jack Kirby  #John Romita  #Joe Sinnott 
    MARVEL COMICS, 1962"Stan Lee is introducing a new character in TALES OF SUSPENSE—Iron Man! This goes on sale Dec. 10th. Watch for it.Also on sale Dec. 10th—an entire mag devoted to THE AMAZING SPIDERMAN! You won’t want to miss this one. Stan also has a new war mag in the making—SERGEANT FURY AND HIS HOWLING COMMANDOES. This one won’t be out until March 5th, but don’t you forget it!Starting with issue #91 of JOURNEY INTO MYSTERY, Joe Sinnott (who inked FANTASTIC FOUR #5) will be drawing The Mighty Thor. I think you are going to like his work.” Judy Walsh sure had the inside track at Marvel Comics.

    MARVEL COMICS, 1962

    "Stan Lee is introducing a new character in TALES OF SUSPENSE—Iron Man! This goes on sale Dec. 10th. Watch for it.

    Also on sale Dec. 10th—an entire mag devoted to THE AMAZING SPIDERMAN! You won’t want to miss this one.

    Stan also has a new war mag in the making—SERGEANT FURY AND HIS HOWLING COMMANDOES. This one won’t be out until March 5th, but don’t you forget it!

    Starting with issue #91 of JOURNEY INTO MYSTERY, Joe Sinnott (who inked FANTASTIC FOUR #5) will be drawing The Mighty Thor. I think you are going to like his work.”

    Judy Walsh sure had the inside track at Marvel Comics.

    — 1 year ago with 60 notes
    #Iron Man  #Spider-Man  #Nick Fury  #Thor  #Fantastic Four  #Joe Sinnott  #Stan Lee  #Letters