A page from CAPTAIN AMERICA COMICS #6 by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby.
A Jack Kirby penciled shot of Black Bolt, possibly intended for the never-realized INHUMANS book. This piece was eventually published as the cove to an issue of the MARVELMANIA fanzine.
A page from CAPTAIN AMERICA #108 by Jack Kirby and Syd Shores.
A few fragments of Kirby’s border notes remain:
SIGNALS FROM (word obscured) GETTING STRONGER
HOLE UP IN THERE? THE PLACE IS
ONE FALSE STEP COULD SEND
DEVICE IN HAND SUDDENLY (words obscured) SHE’S HERE—
A page from JOURNEY INTO MYSTERY #66 by Jack Kirby and Dick Ayers, featuring the creature known as the Hulk, who came back in the Marvel era as Xemnu the Titan.
A page from FANTASTIC FOUR ANNUAL #1 by Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko. This story was an expanded retelling of an encounter that was first published in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #1, so some of these panel compositions have Kirby mimicking Ditko’s layouts.
A page from THOR #141 by Jack Kirby and Vince Colletta.
Almost all of Kirby’s border notes remain:
THOR IS ALMOST BRAINED BY SPEED AND FORCE OF THROWN CORNICE.
HE SPOTS REPLICUS BELOW AND HURLS HIMSELF LIKE A MISSILE WITH DEADLY ACCURACY AT OPPONENT—ROCKING HIM
THOR PUTS STRENGTH BEHIND BLOW—FOR FIRST TIME REPLICUS MEETS FORCE EQUAL TO HIS. HE’S HURLED TO STREET BELOW
THOR FOLLOWS UP WITH HAMMER TO STUN AND DISARM HIS ADVERSARY
A page from FANTASTIC FOUR #10 by Jack Kirby and Dick Ayers
Unfortunately, this scan is too small to decipher most of the border notes from Stan Lee.
A page from FANTASTIC FOUR #41 by Jack Kirby and Vince Colletta.
A few of Kirby’s border notes remain:
WE ALL TOOK A BEATING—HE’S OKAY
IF ANYTHING HAPPENED TO BEN—
I’M SURE HE’LL BE BACK SOON
I KINDA MISS THE BUM
Some pretty crude inking here, but not as crude as Vince’s stuff got on this strip.