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Jack Kirby and Dick Ayers Journey Into Mystery #93 Splash Page
When he was created decades before by Stan Lee, R Berns, Jack Kirby, and Dick Eyers for Journey Into Mystery #93 back in 1963 And the original artwork to the opening splash page of that issue, is up for auction from Heritage Auctions right now, with bids that have taken it up to $100,000 It[...]
The Avengers #1 (Marvel, 1963)
For example, a CGC 7.0 copy which could be had for under $1,000 20 years ago will run $15,000 or more today.  There's an Avengers #1 (Marvel, 1963) CGC FN/VF 7.0 Off-white pages, as well as a more affordable Avengers #1 (Marvel, 1963) CGC GD/VG 3.0 Cream to off-white pages up for auction this week[...]
Stan Lee's The Devil's Quintet Reminds Me Of Jack Kirby's Satan's Six
Stan Lee's The Devil's Quintet: The Armageddon Code will not only surprise and delight Stan's myriad fans, it will also scare the wits out of readers around the world." But, as its publication date grows closer, I am reminded of nothing more than Jack Kirby's Satan's Six A concept created by Jack Kirby, with a few[...]
Marvel Discovers New Way to Exploit Jack Kirby: With Eternals NFTs
Marvel is bringing the exploitation of the work of Jack Kirby into the modern age with a new series of Eternals NFTs offered through Veve Launching Thursday at 11AM, the Eternals collection will feature five versions of an Eternals #1 digital comic that, yes, technically, you could read on Marvel Unlimited, but then you wouldn't[...]
Wow Comics #3 (Fawcett Publications, 1941)
Fawcett Publications' Wow Comics series is best known for its regular feature Mary Marvel beginning in Wow Comics #9, but the first eight issues of the series are historically fascinating as well.  The cover star of many of these issues is Mister Scarlett, a fairly typical caped crusader based in Gotham City in these early[...]
Machine Man CGC 9.8 Taking Bids At Heritage Auctions
Jack Kirby handled it all here and created a character that I always feel needs to have his due He has a skateboard in his feet! So awesome Anyway, the first issue is not rare by any stretch but still fetches some good money, especially a copy like this CGC 9.8, taking bids today at[...]
Chuck Rozanski Gets Jack Kirby's Unpublished Bovel, The Horde.
Chuck Rozanski of Mile High Comics has acquired a gifted copy by the late Roz Kirby of her late husband Jack Kirby's unpublished novel, The Horde He wrote "Until last evening, it had completely escaped my attention that legendary comics artist, Jack Kirby, had written a complete 248-page prose novel It was never published, but a[...]
Fantastic Four #51 CGC Copy On Auction At ComicConnect
Published in 1966 and part of the epic run of Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, this issue is the one that made me personally fall in love with Marvel's First Family and is a treasure Every single comic collection should have a copy of this one, and ComicConnect has an amazing CGC 9.4 copy on[...]
Fantastic Four Anniversary Tribute
Fantastic Four #1 is a pretty good comic, but a lot of people believe that it could be much better if old school artists like Jack Kirby had access to modern comics-making technology, such as putting gradients on everything and making the artwork really shiny Luckily, Marvel has a solution: getting modern artists to redraw[...]
Jack Kirby Doctor Doom Print On Auction Right Now At Heritage Auctions
Jack Kirby drew Doctor Doom for the first time in 1962, and in many ways, nobody has ever drawn him better Never has another artist captured both the horror and regalness of Doom at the same time I have wanted some kind of Doctor Doom Kirby print in my collection for a long time, and[...]
Captain America #100 (Marvel, 1968) interior page.
There's a copy of this key 1968 issue, Captain America #100 (Marvel, 1968) CGC NM+ 9.6 Off-white to white pages, in this week's 2021 July 11-12 Sunday & Monday Comic Books Select Auction #122128 from Heritage Auctions. Captain America #100 (Marvel, 1968) interior page. Captain America #100 by Jack Kirby and Stan Lee contains a spectacular retelling of the[...]
Jack Kirby Gets Psychedelic With This Intense Silver Surfer Piece
If you're a fan of Jack Kirby, Marvel Comics' Silver Surfer, and artwork that would make even an employee at Spencer's Gifts feel like they're tripping out, this is something you're not going to want to miss Heritage Auctions has put a psychedelic Silver Surfer by comics king Jack Kirby up for bid Created by[...]
X-Men #1 CGC 9.6 (Marvel, 1963)
The September 1963 cover-dated comic by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby introduced concepts that in the coming decades would become one of the most successful comic book franchises in the world This debut issue featured Professor Xavier and a team of Angel, Iceman, Beast, Cyclops, and Marvel Girl taking on Magneto. X-Men #1 CGC 9.6 (Marvel, 1963) Interestingly, the[...]
X-Men #1 About To Set A New Record
In 2012, a CGC 9.8 slabbed copy of X-Men #1 by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby published by Marvel Comics in 1963  sold for $492,937.500 In 2016, a CGC 9.6 copy sold for $350,000 Well, right now, a copy of X-Men #1 slabbed at CGC 9.6 is currently up for auction with ComicConnect as part[...]