Page from AVENGERS #38 by Don Heck and George Roussos
Page from AVENGERS #33 by Don Heck.
A lot of production work was done throughout this page.
There is a long border note from Stan, that includes a little sketch of what he wants:
TOO BLACK - NEEDS WHITE HI-LITING. I WOULDN’T HAVE LAID OUT BALLOONS IN THAT POSITION IF I’D KNOWN IT WOULD BE SILHOUETTE. GIVE IT PLENTY OF OPEN HI-LITING. ALSO, CHANGE POSITION OF BALLOONS
MOVE BALLOON 1/4” TO RIGHT
LET HIS HEAD OVERLAP
And a border note from Don Heck:
MORE EXPLOSIONS! HE’S GETTING AN ELECTRIC SHOCK
Page from AVENGERS #28 by Don Heck and Frank Giacoia
Heck’s border notes read:
DIDN’T REALIZE HE COULD BECOME
HEY LET US FREE! WE’LL
Splash page to AVENGERS #23 by Don Heck and John Romita.
This was Romita’s first job back at Marvel.
The opening caption has been completely cut out and relettered, so Stan decided to change something there. The same is true of the lead-in to the credits.
Page from AVENGERS #17 by Don Heck and Dick Ayers, and incorporating a panel from the Hulk story in TALES TO ASTONISH #69 by Jack Kirby and Mike Esposito
Storyboards from an Iron Man segment of the 1966 MARVEL SUPER-HEROES cartoon, with notes from Stan Lee
Each frame notes from what issue and page it was pulled. Artists include Don Heck and Jack Kirby
Splash page to the Iron Man story in TALES OF SUSPENSE #60 by Don Heck and Dick Ayers
Heck’s border note reads:
DREAM SHOT - I.M. HAS T.S. TRAPPED