Bill Everett’s original cover to NAVY TALES #1. The art was heavily reworked by other hands by the time it was printed.
A page from THOR #175 by Jack Kirby and Bill Everett.
Kirby’s border note reads;
YOU ARE NOW MY SUBJECT
Splash page to the Hulk story from TALES TO ASTONISH #79 by Jack Kirby and Bill Everett.
Kirby only did layouts on this story, so his border notes were incredibly extensive:
OPENING SHOT - HULK CAUGHT IN FIERCE RAYS COMING OUT OF GADGETRY HELD BY EVIL SCIENTIST. LIGHTNING-LIKE ENERGY PLAYS ABOUT HULK AS HE ADVANCES MENACINGLY TOWARDS SCIENTIST—FIGHTING AGAINST THE FLASH OF THE RAYS—BACKGROUND IS IN GADGETRY ROOM WHERE HULK WAS KEPT IN PIT DURING PREVIOUS STORY—SCIENTIST SAYS—THIS CREATURE IS LOADED WITH GREAT ENERGY—HE SHOULD BE ON HIS BEHIND—BUT KEEPS ADVANCING
It’s also clear from this scan that the title of the story was cut out of the board and changed from whatever it had been earlier.
Bill Everett’s cover to SUB-MARINER #57, featuring Venus. One of the last covers Everett did in his life.
Here’s a page from the very first Sub-Mariner story from MARVEL COMICS #1 by Bill Everett, the oldest piece of Marvel original art in existence.
Here’s a page from DAREDEVIL #1 by Bill Everett with some uncredited help from Steve Ditko and Sol Brodsky.
As this page clearly shows, at least on the early portion of this job, Everett lettered the story himself, and then for some reason Stan had the job relettered—presumably because he felt that Everett’s lettering style was too far afield from the look of the rest of the line. In the first caption and the thought balloon in the third panel, teh replacement lettering patches have been lost over the years, revealing Everett’s lettering underneath. Same copy, just different lettering.
A few border notes from Everett remain at the top of the page:
ENVIOUSLY WATCHES SCHOOL TEAM PRACTICE
UNCONSCIOUSLY BEGINS TO RESENT PROMISE TO DAD