Alpha Flight #14, page 9 by John Byrne. 1984.
Avengers #183, page 10 by John Byrne & Klaus Janson. 1979.
Crazy Magazine #4 cover by Bob Larkin
Two Gun Western May 1957
John Severin cover art
X-Men #140, page 1 by John Byrne & Terry Austin. 1980.
John was shown this page and he shared a story about it being, “the last straw” before he quit the X-Men:
Every issue there would be what I called my “ARGH!!” moment, when I came across something Chris had written that went against what I had drawn, or what we had plotted. The cumulative effect was numbing to say the least. Here I went “ARGH!” on the very first page. Can you tell why?
Specifically, it was the way I had drawn Colossus easily ripping that stump out of the ground, replete with flying clumps of earth and speed lines versus the way Chris scripted it. I saw that page, printed, and just threw up my hands. “Can’t do this any more!”
I called Weezi (then the editor of Uncanny ) the same day, to resign.
Fantastic Four #269, page 11 by John Byrne. 1984.
Double-page spread from the unpublished adaptation of THE PRISONER television series by Jack Kirby and Mike Royer
Page from the Giant-Man story in TALES to ASTONISH #49 by Jack Kirby and Don Heck
Stan Lee’s border notes read:
INVENTS CARTRIDGE BELT FOR CAPSULES
TRYING OUT BELT—
Splash page to AVENGERS #16 by Jack Kirby and Dick Ayers
Looks like the Art Simek credit was cut out of the board and replaced, which is strange. If the credit was originally for somebody else, wouldn’t Simek realize that and point it out before lettering it?