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Splash page to the Iron Man story in TALES OF SUSPENSE #42 by Don Heck

Splash page to the Iron Man story in TALES OF SUSPENSE #42 by Don Heck

Page from the Iron man story in TALES OF SUSPENSE #71 by Don Heck and Wally Wood.
A bunch of lettering changes on this one, including the entire first caption and just what the Countess says in panel 2.

Page from the Iron man story in TALES OF SUSPENSE #71 by Don Heck and Wally Wood.

A bunch of lettering changes on this one, including the entire first caption and just what the Countess says in panel 2.

Page from the Iron Man story in TALES OF SUSPENSE #64 by Don Heck and Chic Stone
A few of Heck’s border notes remain:
DON’T YOU KNOW ME?
BLACK WIDOW
WAS TAKEN BEFORE
I DON’T KNOW WHY

Page from the Iron Man story in TALES OF SUSPENSE #64 by Don Heck and Chic Stone

A few of Heck’s border notes remain:

DON’T YOU KNOW ME?

BLACK WIDOW

WAS TAKEN BEFORE

I DON’T KNOW WHY

Unused cover to IRON MAN #23 by Don Heck, inker uniknown

Unused cover to IRON MAN #23 by Don Heck, inker uniknown

Splash page to the Iron Man story in TALES OF SUSPENSE #47 by Steve Ditko and Don Heck.

Splash page to the Iron Man story in TALES OF SUSPENSE #47 by Steve Ditko and Don Heck.

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—

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—

Page from the Iron man story in TALES OF SUSPENSE #43 by Jack Kirby and Don Heck

Page from the Iron man story in TALES OF SUSPENSE #43 by Jack Kirby and Don Heck

Page from the Captain America story in TALES OF SUSPENSE #80 by Jack Kirby and Don Heck.
You can see that the border in the second and third panels was shifted over about a quarter of an inch.

Page from the Captain America story in TALES OF SUSPENSE #80 by Jack Kirby and Don Heck.

You can see that the border in the second and third panels was shifted over about a quarter of an inch.

Cover to DAREDEVIL #100 by Rich Buckler and Frank Giacoia. Looks like there might be some Don Heck in there as well.

Cover to DAREDEVIL #100 by Rich Buckler and Frank Giacoia. Looks like there might be some Don Heck in there as well.

Cover to AVENGERS #40 by Don Heck.
You can see that a lot of the background has been whited out for the final cover—the original has a gleam coming from Sub-Mariner. Also, a bit of art was added all along the right side.

Cover to AVENGERS #40 by Don Heck.

You can see that a lot of the background has been whited out for the final cover—the original has a gleam coming from Sub-Mariner. Also, a bit of art was added all along the right side.