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CONTENTS: ABBREVIATIONS ....................................................................................................3 PUBLISHED COMIC BOOKS ................................................................................5 SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL NEWSPAPER COMIC STRIPS • PANELS ..................................................................................................86 FINE ART • EXHIBITIONS ...........................................................................................................................87 PERIODICALS .................................................................................................................................87 BOOKS......................................................................................................................................................103 VIDEOS • DVD • CD-ROM ..........................................................................................................106 PORTFOLIOS • POSTERS • CALENDARS .....................................................................................106 CARDS..........................................................................................................................................108 ANIMATION • MOVIE DEVELOPMENT • RADIO • TELEVISION • THEATRE...................................109 MISCELLANEOUS.........................................................................................................................111 PUBLISHED • UNVERIFIED ...........................................................................................................113 UNPUBLISHED..............................................................................................................................113 UNPUBLISHED • UNTITLED • UNKNOWN ..................................................................................121 COVER RE-CREATIONS ................................................................................................................121 NOVELS • SHORT STORIES • ESSAYS .....................................................................................................121 FAMILY • PERSONAL ...............................................................................................................................121

KIRBY PENCIL ARCHIVES.................................................................................122

This Checklist is an updated version of the one produced in 1998. This final version was compiled by Richard Kolkman, with contributions since 1998 from these people, who have our thanks for their hard work: Brad Alexander Ger Apeldoorn Blake Bell Derrick Bostrum Jerry Boyd Nicholas Caputo Daryl Coats Jean Depelley Jean-Pierre Dupont

Shane Foley William Gee Jeff Gelb Paul Gravett Chris Green Christopher Harder Ed Hatton Bob Heer Frank R. Johnson

Axel Kahlstorff Gene Kehoe Ted Krasniewski John Libertine Jim Long Geoffrey H. Mahfuz Clifton Marley Rich Mayone Harry Mendryk

Al Milgrom Tom Morehouse John Morrow Rick Norwood Barry Sandoval Andrew Smith Fred Smith Dr. Thomas Sodano Jim Steranko

Greg Stomberg Carl Taylor Stan Taylor Daniel Tesmoingt Greg Theakston Joel Thingvall R.J. Vitone Jamie Wilson BruceYounger

INTERNET WEB SITES ABOUT JACK KIRBY The Jack Kirby Museum: http://www.kirbymuseum.org Jack Kirby Web Experience: http://www.kingkirby.com Jack Kirby Collector: http://www.twomorrows.com Pure Imagination: http://www.pureimages.com/kirby.html Joe Simon Home Page: http://www.simoncomics.com Who’s Who ofAmerican Comic Books (1928-1999): http://www.bailsprojects.com Never Reprinted Atlas Kirby: http://monsterblog.oneroom.org/collectors_corner/kirby_monsters_never_reprinted.html


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CHECKLIST GOLD EDITION

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We’re proud to present this final Gold Edition of the Jack Kirby Checklist. The starting point for the original 1998 version was the outstanding list compiled for Ray Wyman & Catherine Hohlfeld’s book The Art Of Jack Kirby. Kirby fans around the world looked over that list and sent us their additions, deletions, and corrections, resulting in the 1998 Silver Edition. In the ten years since its publication, numerous corrections and additions have been submitted, and all are incorporated into this expanded, updated edition. We hesitate to call this a “final” version; since Jack Kirby was so prolific, we’re bound to have missed any number of obscure Kirby pieces. Also, a catalog of his animation work (storyboards, concept drawings, etc.) could easily fill a separate book this size, if such a list were possible (and it’s probably not, since most of that work will never be seen by the public). We’ve tried to include as much of that work as is known, while focusing on improving the original list of Jack’s published comics work, to make it as complete as possible. This list includes a cross-reference notation of where stories have been reprinted, following the story’s original listing (so fans can easily find inexpensive reprints of expensive original editions). Lastly, we’ve added a catalog of the Kirby Pencil Archives, listing all the pages of Kirby’s work from the 1960s-1980s, of which photocopies exist in their original pencil form, before inking. This Checklist will be continually updated at www.kirbymuseum.org, so if you find omissions or errors on this list, we encourage you to send them in. We hope this will be a valuable aid to Kirby fans everywhere. Happy hunting!

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Cross Reference Notation

New Story Title indicated by bold type

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Publisher NEW GODS, THE

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National Periodical Publications (DC Comics) See Adventure Comics, Forever People, Hunger Dogs, Jack Kirby’s New Gods, Mister Miracle, Real Fact Comics, Superman’s Pal Jimmy Olsen, Super Powers Kirby writing on issues # 1-11 4 Aug 1971: Kirby/Colletta - c // “The O’Ryan Gang And The Deep Six” 23p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: NG 2, JKNG) // Pin-ups 2p Kirby/Colletta - a // (r: ADV 73) “The Secret Of The Buzzard’s Revenge” 10p // (r: RFC ?) “Coast Guard Reconnaissance” 3p

“Reprinted From...” Notation designated by a lower case (r:) which falls before the story title

Cover Artist/Inker Notation ? indicates missing information

Reprint Story Title indicated by non-bold type

// separates multiple story entries

“Reprinted In...” Notation designated by an UPPER CASE (R:) which falls after the story title

Published by: TwoMorrows Publishing • 10407 Bedfordtown Drive • Raleigh, NC 27614 Phone: (919) 449-0344 • e-mail: twomorrow@aol.com • web: www.twomorrows.com ISBN-13: 9781605490052 • First printing • July 2008 • Printed in Canada Entire contents ©2008 TwoMorrows Publishing and the Jack Kirby Estate. This list is intended for the private use of collectors only, and may not be reproduced in any form without permission from the copyright holders. Original list from The Art Of Jack Kirby, published and ©1993 by Blue Rose Press and the Jack Kirby Estate. Research and compilation: Ray Wyman, Jr., Catherine L. Hohlfeld, and Robert C. Crane. Sources: Jim Vadeboncoeur, Jr., Greg Theakston, Overstreet’s Comic Book Price Guide, George Olshevsky’s Marvel Comic Index, and dozens of Kirby fans and comic book collectors. List Editors: Hohlfeld & Wyman.

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Beautiful Dreamer, Ben Boxer, Boy Commandos, Brooklyn, Darkseid, Demon, Forever People, Gabby, Hawkman, Jimmy Olsen, Kamandi, Kobra, Manhunter, Merlin, Mr. Miracle, OMAC, Sandman, Toxl TM & ©2008 DC Comics • 3-D Man, Avengers, Black Panther, Capt. America, Crystal, Devil Dinosaur, Dr. Doom, Goliath, Goom, Hawkeye, Hulk, Human Torch, Ikaris, Iron Man, Ka-Zar, Kraven, Loki, Machine Man, Nick Fury/Sgt. Fury, Scarlet Witch, Silver Surfer, Spider-Man, Steve Rogers, Thing, Thor, Wasp, X-Men TM & ©2008 Marvel Characters, Inc. • Bullseye, Stuntman TM & ©2008 Joe Simon and Jack Kirby Estate • Missleman, Mystic, Robot, Spacehead, Trolls TM & ©2008 Jack Kirby Estate • Conan TM & ©2008 Conan Properties • Green Hornet, Charlie Chan TM & ©2008 respective holders,


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ABBREVIATIONS 100GM 100PSS 48FA AA AAAWAY AAW ABC ABTVC AC ACD ADV AE AF ALARMT ANC AOJK AOTF ASA ASC ASHS ASM ASMGS ASMMW ASMPB ASMS AT ATK AV AVGS AVKTTA AVMW AVS AWC AWDC BA BASM BB BBA BBBR BBTBG BC BCC BCM BDCD BE BEC BG BI BM BO BOFF BOMC BOTBG BOTW BPJK BR BRC BRRA BS BT BWR C3D CA CABB CAC CACP CACPB CAMB CAGS CAPB CAS CASOL CATS CBA CBAC CBG CBM CC CCC CHAMC CJ CJK CJL CLUE CMA COC COD COS COTL COU

100 Greatest Marvels of All Time 100 Page Super Spectacular 48 Famous Americans Amazing Adventures Archie...Archie Andrews, Where Are You? America at War: the Best of DC War Comics Airboy Comics America’s Best TV Comics Action Comics Archie Comics Digest Adventure Comics Alter Ego Amazing Fantasy Alarming Tales All-New Comics Art of Jack Kirby Adventures of the Fly All-Star Comics Archives All-Star Comics Archie’s Super-Hero Special Amazing Spider-Man Amazing Spider-Man Giant-Size Amazing Spider-Man Masterworks Amazing Spider-Man (Pocket Books) Amazing Spider-Man Special Astonishing Tales Attack Avengers Avengers Giant-Size Avengers: Kang Time and Time Again Avengers Masterworks Avengers Special All Winners Comics Amazing World of DC Comics Battlefield Action Birth of The Amazing Spider-Man Blue Bolt Brave and the Bold Annual Boy’s Brotherhood Republic Reporter Bring Back the Bad Guys Boy Commandos Black Cat Comics Black Cat Mystic Best of DC Digest Bulls-Eye Boy Explorers Comics Battleground Back Issue Black Magic Blast-Off Best of the Fantastic Four Best of Marvel Comics Bring on the Bad Guys Best of the West Black Panther by Jack Kirby Boy’s Ranch Blue Ribbon Comics Black Rider Rides Again Blazing Sixguns Buried Treasure Beware Captain 3-D Captain America Captain America: Bicentennial Battles Captain America Comics Captain America Collectors’ Preview Comic Art Convention Program Book Captain America and The Falcon: Madbomb Captain America Giant-Size Captain America (Pocket Books) Captain America Special Captain America: Sentinel of Liberty Captain America and The Falcon: The Swine Comic Book Artist Comic Book Artist Collection Comics Buyers’ Guide Comic Book Marketplace Crash Comics Cancelled Comic Cavalcade Champion Comics Comics Journal Complete Jack Kirby Comics Journal Library Clue Comics Captain Marvel Adventures Chamber of Chills Chamber of Darkness Crypt of Shadows Creatures on the Loose Challengers of the Unknown

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COUA CRMC CSJK CSM CV DC DCS DCSBRD DCSS DCUC DD DDA DDJK DGS DH DHKF DLPS DMC DON EAM EAV ECA EDD EFF EGR EH EHT EIM EN ESH ESM ESS ET ETJK EThor EXM FA FB FC FF FFA FFCA FFGS FFKS FFO FFP FFPB FFR FFS FFSE FFSS FFTM FFUN FH FHSR FHTI FIS FM FP FRANK FTDM GAMC GAMM GAJK GCBH GF GFSET GGASET GHC GRCS GS GSC GSOO GSSET GSSS GVFF GW HBAB HC HKMN HOLOS HOM HOS HT IDMOB IH IHLB IHM IHPB IHS IHSS IHT

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Challengers of the Unknown Archives Crime Comics Comic Strip Jack Kirby Complete Sky Masters Captain Victory and The Galactic Rangers Detective Comics Dark Horse Special DC Special Blue Ribbon Digest DC Special Series DC Universe Christmas Daredevil Double-Dare Adventures Devil Dinosaur by Jack Kirby Defenders Giant-Size Daisy Handbook Deadly Hands of Kung-Fu Double Life of Private Strong Daring Mystery Comics Dead of Night Essential Ant-Man / Giant-Man Essential Avengers Essential Captain America Essential Daredevil Essential Fantastic Four Essential Ghost Rider Essential Hulk Essential Human Torch Essential Iron Man Essential Nova Essential Showcase Essential Spider-Man Essential Silver Surfer Eternals Eternals by Jack Kirby Essential Thor Essential X-Men Fighting American Flashback Fantastic Comics Fantastic Four Fantastic Four Annual Fantastic Four Collector’s Album Fantastic Four Giant-Size Fantastic Four King-Size Fantastic Four Omnibus Fantastic Four Preview Fantastic Four (Pocket Books) Fantastic Four Return Fantastic Four Special Fantastic Four Special Edition Fantastic Four (Simon and Schuster) Fantastic Four: The Movie Famous Funnies Foxhole Foxhole Super Reprints From Here to Insanity First Issue Special Fantasy Masterpieces Forever People Frankenstein Comics Forbidden Tales of Dark Mansion Golden-Age of Marvel Comics Golden Age Men of Mystery Green Arrow by Jack Kirby Great Comic Book Heroes Gunfighters Greatest Fifties Stories Ever Told Greatest Golden-Age Stories Ever Told Green Hornet Comics Golden Record Comic Set Gunslingers Giant-Size Chillers Grandson of Origins Greatest Superman Stories Ever Told Giant-Size Super-Stars Greatest Villains of the Fantastic Four Gunsmoke Western Hulk: Beauty and the Behemoth Headline Comics Hawkman Holyoke One-Shot House of Mystery House of Secrets Human Torch In the Days of the Mob Incredible Hulk Incredible Hulk (Lancer Books) Incredible Hulk Megazine Incredible Hulk (Pocket Books) Incredible Hulk Special Incredible Hulk (Simon and Schuster) Incredible Hulk: Transformations

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IMS INH JC JCPF JIM JIMA JKFP JKFW JKFWO JKMM JKMW JKNG JKQ JKR JKT JKUA JOA JP JTTG KCO KMDI KMDIA KU LACDA LCE LR MA MAGA MARM MC MCIC MCPSM MCCX MDC MDF ME MF MFFD MGA MGC MGSB MIS MKFGS ML MLFF MM MMC MMCOM MME MMEN MMTUT MMW MONM MOP MP MR MS MSA MSH MSHS MSTOR MSTE MT MTA MTE MTGS MTRIPA MTS MVJK MVSL MW MWGS NBE NF NFB NJ NG NSBOC OFF OHMU OLS OMC OMIFF OOG PC PFLMIS PI PJ QTW RCCS RFC RFTM

Iron Man Special Inhumans Jumbo Comics JCP Features Journey into Mystery Journey into Mystery Annual Jack Kirby’s Forever People Jack Kirby’s Fourth World Jack Kirby’s Fourth World Omnibus Jack Kirby’s Mister Miracle Jack Kirby Masterworks Jack Kirby’s New Gods Jack Kirby Quarterly Jackj Kirby Reader Jack Kirby Treasury Jack Kirby Unpublished Archives (card set) Jimmy Olsen Adventures by Jack Kirby Joe Palooka Justice Traps the Guilty Kid Colt Outlaw Kamandi Kamandi Archives Kirby Unleashed Little Archie Comics Digest Annual Limited Collectors’ Edition Love Romances Marvel Age Magneto Ascendant Marvel Masterworks Microcolour Marvel Collectors’ Item Classics Marvel Comics Presents Spider-Man Marvel Collectible Classics: X-Men My Date Comics Marvel Double Feature Millennium Edition Marvel Feature Marvel: Five Fabulous Decades My Greatest Adventure Marvel’s Greatest Comics Marvel’s Greatest Super-Hero Battles Mystery in Space Master of Kung-Fu Giant-Size My Love Marvel Limited: Fantastic Firsts Mister Miracle Marvel Mystery Comics Mystery Men Comics Marvel Milestone Edition Monster Menace Mighty Marvel Team-Up Thrillers Mighty Marvel Western Monster Masterworks Monsters on the Prowl Marvel Premiere Marvel Romance Marvel Spectacular Marvel Super Action Marvel Super-Heroes Marvel Super-Heroes Special Marvel Stories Maximum Security: Thor vs. Ego Marvel Tales Marvel Tales Annual Marvel Treasury Edition Man-Thing Giant-Size Marvel Triple Action Marvel Treasury Special Marvel Visionaries: Jack Kirby Marvel Visionaries: Stan Lee Marvel Westerns Marvel Weddings Not Brand Echh Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. (book) Nostalgia Journal New Gods New Smithsonian Book of Comic Book Stories Our Fighting Forces Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Our Love Story Origins of Marvel Comics Official Marvel Index to the Fantastic Four Origin of Galactus Prize Comics Pulp Fiction Library: Mystery in Space Pure Images Punch and Judy Comics Quick-Trigger Western Real Clue Crime Stories Real Fact Comics Race for the Moon

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Rawhide Kid Rawhide Kid Special Real Love Red Raven Comics Strange Adventures Science Comics Super DC Giant Sgt. Fury Sgt. Fury Annual Sgt. Fury Special Superman Gallery Superman’s Girlfriend Lois Lane Showcase Super-Hero Women Superman in the Seventies Sundance Kid Simon and Kirby Classics Stan Lee Meets Doctor Doom Stan Lee Meets The Thing Stuntman Comics Spider-Man Classics Special Marvel Edition Spider-Man: Saga of the Sandman Secret Origins Secret Origins of the DC Super-Heroes Son of Origins of Marvel Comics Showcase Presents Challengers of the Unknown Showcase Presents Green Arrow Showcase Presents House of Mystery Superman’s Pal Jimmy Olsen Sgt. Rock Special Silver Surfer Star Spangled Comics Silver Surfer: the Coming of Galactus Sensational Spider-Man Strange Tales Strange Tales Annual Shocking Tales Digest Super-Team Family Streetwise Super-Villain Classics Strange Worlds Strange World of Your Dreams Shazam! Archives T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents Teen-Aged Dope Slaves and Reform School Girls Terry and the Pirates Teen-Age Romance Thunderbolts: Marvel’s Most Wanted Two-Gun Kid Thor Giant-Size Thor Special The Jack Kirby Collector Thor (Lancer Books) Tales of Asgard Tomb of Darkness Tales of Suspense Thrills of Tomorrow Totally Rad Tales Tower of Shadows Tales to Astonish Tales of the Unexpected Unexpected Unearthly Spectaculars Uncanny Tales Villany of Doctor Doom Vault of Evil Vintage Packs Wizard Ace Edition Wow Comics Where Creatures Roam Wyatt Earp World’s Finest Comics Western Gunfighters Witching Hour What If? What If? Classics War is Hell Witches’ Western Tales Where Monsters Dwell Weird Mystery Tales World of Fantasy Western Tales Weird Wonder Tales X-Men X-Men, the Early Years X-Men Masterworks X-Men Special Yellow Claw Young Love Young Romance Comics


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ACTION COMICS National Periodical Publications (DC Comics) See Adventure Comics, Superman, Superman Annual 252 May 1959: “The Menace Of Metallo” (Superman) 13p Kirby - (plot) (R: Superman 217, Superman Annual 2) 449 Jul 1975: (r: ADV 252) “Mystery Of The Giant Arrows” 6p // (r: ADV 253) “Prisoners Of Dimension 0” 5p 638 Feb 1989: Kirby/Austin - c (Demon; last work for DC)

ADVENTURE COMICS National Periodical Publications (DC Comics) See All-Star Comics, Best of DC Digest, DC Special Blue-Ribbon Digest, DC Universe Christmas, Detective Comics, First Issue Special, Forever People, Greatest Fifties Stories Ever Told, Green Arrow by Jack Kirby, Limited Collectors’ Edition, Microcolour, New Gods, 100 Page Super Spectacular, Sandman, Secret Origins of the DC Super-Heroes, Showcase Presents: Green Arrow, Star-Spangled Comics, Super-Team Family, World’s Finest Comics 72 Mar 1942: “Riddle Of The Slave Market” (first S&K Sandman; first work for DC) 10p Kirby/Simon - a (R: MC) 73 Apr 1942: Kirby/Simon - c (Manhunter) // “The Buzzard’s Revenge” (first S&K Manhunter; origin) 10p Kirby/Simon - a (R: MC, NG 4) // “Bells Of Madness” (Sandman) 10p Kirby/Simon - a (R: MC) 74 May 1942: Kirby/Simon - c (Sandman) // “The Man Who Knew All The Answers” (Sandman) 10p Kirby/Simon - a (R: ADV 498, FP 9, MC) (Gardner Fox script R: AE V3#21) // “Scavenger Hunt” (Manhunter) 9p Kirby/Simon - a (R: MC, NG 5) 75 Jun 1942: Kirby/Simon - c (Sandman) // “Beware Of Mr. Meek” (Manhunter) 9p Kirby/Simon - a (R: MC, NG 6) // “The Villain From Valhalla” (Sandman vs character named “Thor”) 10p Kirby/Simon - a (R: ADV 499, FP 6, MC) 76 Jul 1942: Kirby/Simon - c (Sandman) // “Mr. Noah Raids The Town” (Sandman) 10p Kirby/Simon - a (R: MC) // “The Legend Of The Silent Bear” (Manhunter) 9p Kirby/Simon - a (R: MC, NG 7) 77 Aug 1942: Kirby/Simon - c (Sandman) // “Dreams Of Doom” (Sandman) 10p Kirby/Simon - a (R: ADV 496, FP 8, MC) // “The Stone Of Vengeance” (Manhunter) 9p Kirby/Simon - a (R: MC, NG 8) 78 Sep 1942: Kirby/Simon - c (Sandman) // “The Lady And The Tiger” (Manhunter) 9p Kirby/Simon - a (R: MC, NG 9) // “The Miracle Maker” (Sandman) 10p Kirby/Simon - a (R: MC) 79 Oct 1942: Kirby/Simon - c (Sandman) // “Footprints In The Sands Of Time” (Sandman) 10p Kirby/Simon - a (R: MC) // “Cobras Of The Deep” (Manhunter) 9p Kirby/Simon - a (R: DC 440, MC) 80 Nov 1942: Kirby/Simon - c (Sandman) // “The Man Who Couldn’t Sleep” (Sandman) 10p Kirby/Simon - a (R: ADV 491, FP 7, MC) // “Man Trap Island” (final S&K Manhunter) 9p Kirby/Simon - a (R: MC) (See FIS 5 for last Kirby Manhunter) 81 Dec 1942: Kirby/Simon - c (Sandman) // “A Drama In Dreams” (Sandman) 10p Kirby/Simon - a (R: 100PSS DC-15, MC) 82 Jan 1943: Kirby/Simon - c (Sandman) // “Santa Fronts For The Mob” (Sandman) 10p Kirby/Simon - a (R: DCUC, LCE C-43, MC) 83 Feb 1943: Kirby/Simon - c (Sandman) // “The Lady And The Champ” (Sandman) 9 1/2p Kirby/Simon - a (R: MC) 84 Mar 1943: Kirby/Simon - c (Sandman) // “Crime Carnival” (Sandman) 10p Kirby/Simon - a (R: ADV 495, FP 5, MC) 85 Apr 1943: Kirby/Simon - c (Sandman) // “The Unholy Dreams Of Gentleman Jack” (Sandman) 10p Kirby/Simon - a (R: ADV 492, FP 4, MC) 86 May 1943: Kirby/Simon - c (Sandman) // “The Boy Who Was Too Big For His Breeches” (Sandman) 10p Kirby/Simon - a (R: MC) 87 Aug 1943: Kirby/Simon - c (Sandman) // “I Hated The Sandman” (Sandman) 10p Kirby/Simon - a (R: MC, WFC 226) 88 Oct 1943: Kirby/Simon - c (Sandman) // “The Cruise Of The Crescent” (Sandman) 10p Kirby/Simon - a (R: MC) 89 Dec 1943: Kirby/Simon - c (Sandman) // “Prisoner Of His Dreams” (Sandman) 10p Kirby/Simon - a (R: MC) 90 Feb 1944: Kirby/Simon - c (Sandman) // “Sleepy Time Crimes” (Sandman) 10p Kirby/Simon - a (R: MC) 91 Apr 1944: Kirby/Simon - c (Sandman) // “Courage `a la Carte” (Sandman) 10p Kirby/Simon - a (R: MC) 92 Jun 1944: Kirby/Simon - c (Sandman) (R: MC) 93 Aug 1944: Kirby/Simon - c (Sandman) (R: MC) 94 Oct 1944: Kirby/Simon - c (Sandman) (R: MC) 95 Dec 1944: Kirby/Simon - c (Sandman) (R: MC) 96 Feb 1945: Kirby/Simon - c (Sandman) (R: MC) 97 Apr 1945: Kirby/Simon - c (Sandman) (R: MC) 98 Jun 1945: Kirby - c(p) (caveman figure only) (R: MC) 100 Oct 1945: Kirby/Simon - c (Sandman) // “Sweets For Swag” (Sandman; first post-WWII work) 10p Kirby - a(l) (R: MC) 101 Dec 1945: Kirby/Simon - c (Sandman) 102 Feb 1946: Kirby/Simon - c (Sandman) // “Dream Of Peter Green” (Sandman) 10p Kirby/Simon - a (See Sandman 1 for last S&K Sandman) 250 Jul 1958: “The Green Arrows Of The World” (Green Arrow) 6p Kirby/Rosalind Kirby - a (R: DCSBRD 23, GAJK, SPGA) 251 Aug 1958: “The Case Of The Super-Arrows” (Green Arrow) 6p Kirby (script) Kirby/Rosalind Kirby - a (R: GAJK, SPGA) 252 Sep 1958: “The Mystery Of The Giant Arrows” (Green Arrow) 6p Kirby/Rosalind Kirby - a (R: AC 449, DCSBRD 23, GAJK, GFSET, SPGA) 253 Oct 1958: “Prisoners Of Dimension Zero” (Green Arrow) 6p Kirby/Rosalind Kirby - a (R: AC 449 (partial), DCSBRD 23, GAJK, GFSET, SPGA) 254 Nov 1958: “The Green Arrow’s Last Stand” (Green Arrow) 6p Kirby/Rosalind Kirby - a (R: GAJK, SPGA, STF 9) 255 Dec 1958: “The War That Never Ended” (Green Arrow) 5 1/2p Kirby/Rosalind Kirby - a (R: GAJK, SPGA) 256 Jan 1959: “The Green Arrow’s First Case” (Green Arrow) 6 1/2p Kirby/Rosalind Kirby - a (R: DCSBRD 9, GAJK, SODCSH, SPGA, WFC 187) Digest-sized format # 491—503 491 Sep 1982: (r: ADV 80) “The Man Who Couldn’t Sleep” 10p 492 Oct 1982: (r: ADV 85) “The Unholy Dreams Of Gentleman Jack” 10p 495 Jan 1983: (r: ADV 84) “Crime Carnival” 10p 496 Feb 1983: (r: ADV 77) “Dreams Of Doom” 10p 498 Apr 1983: (r: ADV 74) “The Man Who Knew All The Answers” 10p 499 May 1983: (r: ADV 75) “The Villain From Valhalla” 10p 503 Sep 1983: (r: SSC 7) “Newsboy Legion” 13p

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ADVENTURES IN 3-D Harvey Publications See Captain 3-D 2 Jan 1954: Advertisement (unpublished Captain 3-D #2 cover—vs “Infinity”) 1p Kirby - a(p)

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ADVENTURES OF THE FLY Archie Publications / Radio Comics See Adventures of the Fly, Archie...Archie Andrews Where Are You?, Archie Comics Digest, Archie’s Super-Hero Special, Blue Ribbon Comics, Double Life of Private Strong, Fly, Hyper-Classics, Little Archie Comics Digest Annual 1 Aug 1959: Kirby - c // “The Strange New World Of The Fly” 6p Kirby - a(p) (R: AAAWAY 8, AOTF, BRC V2#1) // “The Fly Strikes” 2p Kirby - a(p) (R: AOTF, BRC V2#1) // “The Fly Discovers His Buzz Gun” 5p Kirby - a(p) (R: AOTF, BRC V2#1) // “Come Into My Parlor” 7p Kirby - a(p) (R: ACD 33, AOTF, BRC V2#1) // “Sign Of The Triangle” 1p Kirby - a(l) (R: AOTF) (note: series edited by Joe Simon) 2 Sep 1959: (c: swipe from CAC 7) // “Sneak Attack” (Private Strong) 2p Kirby - a(p) // “Marco’s Eyes” 8p Kirby - a(p) (R: AOTF, ASHS 1) // “The Master Of Junk-ri-la” 6p Kirby - a(p) (R: AOTF, BRC V2#1)

ADVENTURES OF THE FLY Archie Publications See Adventures of the Fly 1 2004: (r: c, AOTF 1) “The Strange New World Of The Fly” 6p // (r: AOTF 1) “The Fly Strikes” 2p // (r: AOTF 1) “The Fly Discovers His Buzz Gun” 5p // (r: AOTF 1) “Come Into My Parlor” 7p // (r: AOTF 1) “Sign Of The Triangle” 1p // (r: c AOTF 2 swiped from CAC 7) // (r: AOTF 2) “Marco’s Eyes” 8p // (r: AOTF 2) “The Master Of Junk-ri-la” 6p

AIRBOY COMICS Hillman Periodicals See Complete Jack Kirby, Jack Kirby Reader V4# 4 May 1947: Kirby/Simon - c (R: CJK 3) V4#5 Jun 1947: “Link Thorne, The Flying Fool” (Flying Fool) 8p Kirby/Simon - a (R: CJK 4) V4#6 Jul 1947: “Dynamite” (Flying Fool) 8p Kirby/Simon - a (R: CJK 4) V4#7 Aug 1947: “You Can’t Beat Cupid” (Flying Fool) 8p Kirby/Simon - a (R: CJK 4) V4#8 Sep 1947: “His Brother’s Keeper” (Flying Fool) 8p Kirby/Simon - a (R: JKR 1) V4#9 Oct 1947: “Larceny In Old Lace” (Flying Fool) 8p Kirby/Simon - a V4#10 Nov 1947: “Face In The Storm” (Flying Fool) 8p Kirby/Simon - a (R: JKR 2) V4#11 Dec 1947: “Peril Paradise” (Flying Fool) 8p Kirby/Simon - a

ALARMING TALES Harvey Publications (Western Tales) (series edited by Joe Simon) See Hyper-Classics, Jack Kirby Collector, Jack Kirby Reader, Modern Arf, Shocking Tales Digest, Unearthly Spectaculars 1 Sep 1957: Kirby - c(p) // Contents 1p Kirby - a(p) // “The Cadmus Seed” 5p Kirby - a(p) (R: JKR 2, STD 1) // “Logan’s Next Life” 2p Kirby - a(p) (R: STD 1, US 3) // “The Fourth Dimension Is A Many Splattered Thing” 5p Kirby - a(p) (R: Modern Arf, STD 1) // “The Last Enemy” 6p Kirby - a(p) (note: Kamandi prototype story) (R: STD 1) // “Donnegan’s Daffy Chair” 4p Kirby - a(p) (R: STD 1, TJKC 46) (See TJKC 34; Black Cat Mystery 59 (unpub. cover) 2 Nov 1957: “Hole In The Wall” 6p Kirby - a(p) (R: STD 1) // “The Big Hunt” 4p Kirby - a(p) (R: STD 1) // “The Fireballs” 5p Kirby - a(p) (R: STD 1) // “I Want To Be A Man” 5p Kirby - a(p) (R: STD 1, TJKC 40) 3 Jan 1958: Kirby - c(p) // “This World Is Ours” 5p Kirby - a(p) (R: TJKC 45) 4 Mar 1958: “Forbidden Journey” 5p Kirby - a

ALL FOR LOVE Prize Publications V3#2 Aug 1959: “Love For A Lifetime” 5p Kirby - a(p)

ALL-NEW COMICS Family Comics (Harvey Publications) See Boy Explorers Comics, Simon & Kirby Classics, Stuntman Comics 13 Jul 1946: “Stuntman Battles The Diamond Curse” (Stuntman) 13p Kirby/Simon - a (R: SKC 1) // Advertisement (Stuntman) 1p Kirby/Simon - a // Advertisement (Boy Explorers Comics 2) Kirby/Simon - a

ALL-SLUG COMICS Graphic Story Guild See New Gods 5 1976: Lightray 1p Kirby/McLaughlin - a

ALL-STAR COMICS All-American / National Periodical Publications (DC Comics) See Adventure Comics, DC All-Star Archives, Microcolour 14 Dec 1942: Untitled (Sandman) 6p Kirby/Simon - a (R: ASA 3, MC) 15 Feb 1943: Untitled (Sandman) 6p Kirby/Simon - a (R: ASA 4, MC) 16 Apr 1943: Untitled (Sandman) 6p Kirby/Simon - a (R: ASA 4, MC) 17 Jun 1943: “The Tree That Grew Money” (Sandman) 6p Kirby/Simon - a (R: ASA 4, MC) 19 Win 1943: “Jaws Of The Underworld” (Sandman) 5p Kirby/Simon - a (R: MC, ASA 5)

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ALL WINNERS COMICS Timely Comics (Marvel Comics Group) See Captain America Comics, Captain America Collectors’ Preview, Flashback, Marvel Masterworks, Microcolour 1 Sum 1941: “Case Of The Hollow Men” (Captain America) 13p Kirby/Simon - a (R: CACP 1, FB 23, MARM 55, MC) 2 Fall 1942: “The Strange Case Of The Malay Idol” (Captain America) 12p Kirby/Simon - a (R: MARM 55, MC) // “Winners All” 1/2p (text illustration) Kirby - a (R: TJKC 34)

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AMAZING ADVENTURES Marvel Comics Group See Marvel Visionaries: Jack Kirby, Monsters on the Prowl, Strange Tales, Weird Wonder Tales (Kirby is primary co-plotter by virtue of the “Marvel method”; story being pencilled first establishes story locations, flow and pacing) 1 Jun 1961: Kirby/Ayers - c (Torr) // “Torr” 13p Kirby/Ayers - a (R: ST 175) // “I Am The Fantastic Doctor Droom” (first app. and origin of Doctor Droom; first Marvel Silver-Age superhero) 6p Kirby/Ditko - a (R: MVJK, WWT 19 retitled “I Am Doctor Druid”) 2 Jul 1961: Kirby/Ayers - c (Manoo) // “I Led The Strange Search For Manoo” 13p Kirby/Ayers - a // “The World Below” (Doctor Droom) 5p Kirby/Ayers - a (R: WWT 22) 3 Aug 1961: Kirby/Ayers - c (Twilight World) // “We Were Trapped In The Twilight World” 13p Kirby/Ayers - a // “Doctor Droom Meets Zemu” (Doctor Droom) 5p Kirby/Ayers - a (R: WWT 20 retitled “Behold The Power Of Zamu”) 4 Sep 1961: Kirby/Ayers - c (“X”) // “I Am Robot X” 13p Kirby/Ayers - a // “What Lurks Within?” 5p Kirby/Ayers - a 5 Oct 1961: Kirby/Ayers - c (splash repro with added material by Ditko) // “The Escape Of Monsteroso” 13p Kirby/Ayers - a (R: MOP 28) 6 Nov 1961: Kirby/Rule - c // “Sserpo, The Creature Who Crushed The Earth” 13p Kirby/Klein - a (R: MOP 27)

AMAZING ADVENTURES Marvel Comics Group See Fantastic Four, Marvel Visionaries: Jack Kirby, Inhumans, Thor Kirby writing on issues #1-4 1 Aug 1970: Kirby/Giacoia - 1/2 c // “The Inhumans” (Inhumans) 10p Kirby/Stone - a (R: INH 9, MVJK) 2 Sep 1970: “Friend Against Friend” (Inhumans) 10p Kirby/Stone - a (R: INH 9, MVJK) 3 Nov 1970: “Pawns Of The Mandarin” (Inhumans) 10p Kirby/Stone - a 4 Jan 1971: “With These Rings, I Thee Kill” (Inhumans) 10p Kirby/Stone - a 10 Jan 1972: (r: Thor 146) “The Origin Of The Incomparable Inhumans” 5p

AMAZING ADVENTURES Marvel Comics Group See X-Men 1 Dec 1979: (r: c, XM 1; half story) “X-Men” 12p 2 Jan 1980: (r: XM 1; half story retitled from “X-Men”) “When Mutants Clash” 11p // (r: XM 8) Beast 1p // (r: XM 6) Cyclops 1p 3 Feb 1980: (r: XM 2; half story) “No One Can Stop The Vanisher” 11p 4 Mar 1980: (r: c, XM 2; half story retitled from “No One Can Stop The Vanisher”) “The Gentleman Vanishes” 12p 5 Apr 1980: (r: c, XM 3; half story) “Beware, The Blob” 12p 6 May 1980: (r: XM 3; half story retitled from “Beware, The Blob”) “Carnival Of Death” 13p 7 Jun 1980: (r: c XM 4 with added material) // (r: XM 4; half story) “The Brotherhood Of Evil Mutants” 12p 8 Jul 1980: (r: XM 4; half story retitled from “The Brotherhood Of Evil Mutants”) “Assault On Fortress Magneto” 12p 9 Aug 1980: (r: XM 5; half story retitled from “Trapped: One X-Man”) “To Fight Alone” 13p 10 Sep 1980: (r: c XM 5 with added material) // (r: XM 5; half story) “Trapped: One X-Man” 12p 11 Oct 1980: (r: XM 6; half story) “Search For The Sub-Mariner” 11p 12 Nov 1980: (r: XM 6; half story retitled from “Search For The Sub-Mariner”) “To Join The Evil Mutants” 11p 13 Dec 1980: (r: c, XM 7) “The Return Of The Blob” 22p 14 Jan 1981: (r: XM 8) “Unus, The Untouchable” 20p // (r: c XM 18) 1p

AMAZING DETECTIVE CASES Crime Files, Inc. (Timely / Atlas / Marvel) See Comic Strip Jack Kirby Simon & Kirby magazine illustration (Joseph Simon, Art Director) V1#2 Dec 1940: “The Skull That Screamed Murder” 1p Kirby - a // “Beast Of Chicago” 2p Kirby - a (R: CSJK) V1#3 Feb 1941: “Murder Goes On A Spree” 1/2p Kirby - a // “Love Bed Alibi” 1/2p Kirby - a (R: CSJK) // “Slummock, The Indian Bluebeard” 1p Kirby - a V1#4 Apr 1941: “Clue Of The $20 Hat” 1p Kirby - a V1#5 Jun 1941: “Devil In The Churchyard” 1p Kirby - a (ink / wash; signed) (R: CSJK) // “Murder Thumbs A Ride” 1/2p (See TJKC 34)

AMAZING FANTASY Marvel Comics Group See Amazing Spider-Man, Amazing Spider-Man Masterworks, Birth of the Amazing Spider-Man, Essential Spider-Man, Marvel Masterworks, Marvel Milestone Edition, Marvel Tales, Origins of Marvel Comics, Spider-Man Classics 15 Aug 1962: Kirby/Ditko - c (first app. of Spider-Man) (R: ASMMW, ASMPB, BASM, ESM 1, MARM 1, MME, MT 137, OMC, SMCL 1 (See AE V2#3, PI V3#1)

AMAZING SPIDER-MAN, THE Marvel Comics Group See Amazing Fantasy, Crazy, Essential Spider-Man, Fantastic Four Annual, Golden Record Comic Set, Marvel Comics Presents Spider-Man, Marvel Masterworks, Marvel Milestone Edition, Marvel Tales, Marvel Treasury Edition, Marvel Visionaries: Jack Kirby, Sensational Spider-Man, Spider-Man Classics, Spidey Super Stories, Start Collecting Comic Books, Strange Tales Annual 1 Mar 1963: Kirby/Ditko - c (partial pencils and layout; first Marvel Silver-Age cross-over; See FF 12) (R: ASMMW, ASMPB, ESM 1, GRCS, MARM 1, MCPSM 1, MT 138) // “A Personal Message From Spider-Man” 1p Kirby - a(p) 8 Jan 1964: “Spider-Man Tackles The Torch” 6p Kirby/Ditko - a (R: ASMPB, ASMS 6, ESM 1, MARM 1, MCPSM 1, MT 145, MTE 1, MVJK, SMCL 9, SSM) (R: Crazy 82 (parody version)

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STRANGE TALES OF THE UNUSUAL Atlas Comics (Marvel Comics Group) 7 Dec 1956: “Pokerface” 4p Kirby/Simon - a

STRANGE WORLD OF YOUR DREAMS Prize Publications See Black Magic, Jack Kirby Reader 1 Aug 1952: Kirby/Simon - c // “I Talked With My Dead Wife” 7p Kirby - a(p) (R: JKR 2) // “Send Us Your Dreams” 2 1/2p Kirby - a(p) (See JKT 2) 2 Sep 1952: Kirby/Simon - c // “The Girl In The Grave” 5p Kirby/Simon - a (R: BM 8, JKR 2) // “You Sent Us This Dream (Miss Ellen K.)” 2p Kirby/Simon - a // “Send Us Your Dreams” 2p Kirby/Simon - a (R: BM 8) 3 Nov 1952: Kirby/Simon - c // “The Woman In The Tower” 4p Kirby - a (R: BM 9, JKR 1) // “You Sent Us This Dream (Thomas R.)” 2p Kirby/Simon - a 4 Jan 1953: Kirby/Simon - c

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STRANGE WORLDS Atlas Comics (Marvel Comics Group) See Where Monsters Dwell, Strange Tales Annual (Kirby is primary co-plotter by virtue of the “Marvel method”; story being pencilled first establishes story locations, flow and pacing) 1 Dec 1958: Kirby/Rule - c // “I Discovered The Secret Of The Flying Saucers” 7p Kirby/Rule - a (R: WMD 32) 3 Apr 1959: Kirby/Rule - c (Creature from Planet X) // “I Was Face-To-Face With The Creature From Planet X” 4p Kirby/Rule - a // “I Fly To The Stars” 4p Kirby/Rule - a (R: STA 2) 4 Jun 1959: Kirby/Rule - c (Manhunt on Mars) 5 Aug 1959: Kirby/Rule - c (Three Who Vanished)

STREETWISE TwoMorrows See Argosy Trade paperback b/w format anthology V1 2000: (cover painting features young Jacob Kurtzberg discovering his first pulp) // (r: Argosy V3#2) “Street Code” 10p

STUNTMAN COMICS Harvey Publications See All-New Comics, Black Cat Comics, Boy Explorers Comics, Comic Book Makers, Complete Jack Kirby, Golden-Age Men of Mystery, Green Hornet Comics, Simon & Kirby Classics, Thrills of Tomorrow 1 Apr 1946: Kirby/Simon - c // “Killer In The Bigtop” 13p Kirby/Simon - a (R: BCC 9, SKC 1, TOT 19) // “The Crime On Cauliflower Row” 10p Kirby/Simon - a // “The House Of Madness” 12p Kirby/Simon - a (R: TOT 19) “The Boy Explorers Meet Commodore Sinbad” 2p (text feature by S&K? pre-dates Boy Explorers Comics) (R: TOT 19) // Advertisement (unused Stuntman Comics 2 cover) (R: CJK 3) 2 Jun 1946: Kirby/Simon - c // “Curtain Call For Death” 12p Kirby/Simon - a (R: GAMM 17, TOT 20 retitled “Curtain Call For Fear”) // “The Rescue Of Robin Hood” 12p Kirby/Simon - a (R: TOT 20) // “His Highness, The Duke Of Broadway” 12p Kirby/Simon - a // “Triumph For The Boy Explorers” 2p (text feature by S&K?) (R: TOT 20) (See CJK 3) 3 Oct 1946: Kirby/Simon - c // “Rest Camp For Criminals” 12p Kirby/Simon - a (R: CJK 3, GHC 39, SKC 1) // “In This Corner, Kid Adonis” 12p Kirby/Simon - a (R: GHC 37) (See BCC 2, Comic Book Makers, JKT 1, TJKC 20,25) (note: 5 1/2” x 8 1/2” 32 page b/w book; distributed to subscribers only)

SUB-MARINER, THE Marvel Comics Group See Tales to Astonish 19 Sep 1969: (“Support Your Local Sting-Ray” features Kirby cameo in splash) Special 1 Jan 1971: (r: vignette TTA 82 with added material) Sub-Mariner 1/2p

SUNDANCE KID Skywald Publications See Bulls-Eye 1 Jun 1971: (r: BE 2) “Union Jack” 1p (splash) 2 Jul 1971: (r: BE 3) “The Ghosts Of Dead Center” 7p

SUPER DC GIANT National Periodical Publications (DC Comics) See Challengers of the Unknown, House of Mystery S-20 Oct 1970: (House of Mystery); (r: HOM 61) “The Thing In The Box” 6p // (r: HOM 63) “Riddle Of The Red Roc” 6p // (r: HOM 66) “The Thief Of Thoughts” 6p (note: retitled “The Laughing Ghost” on cover blurb) S-25 Jul 1971: (Challengers of the Unknown); Kirby/Colletta - c // (r: COU 1) Intro 1p // (r: COU 8) “The Man Who Stole The Future” 12p // (r: COU 6) “Captives Of The Space Circus” 15p // “The Kirby That Jack Built” 1p (text feature by Kirby) // (r: COU 4) “The Wizard Of Time” 25p

SUPER-HERO WOMEN, THE Simon and Schuster (Marvel Comics Group) See Fantastic Four HC and SC editions V1 1977: (r: FF 22) “The Return Of The Mole Man” 22p

SUPERMAN National Periodical Publications / DC Comics See Action Comics, Superman’s Girlfriend Lois Lane See Action Comics, DC Comics Presents, Superman Gallery, Superman’s Pal Jimmy Olsen, Super Powers 217 Jul 1969: (r: AC 252) “The Menace Of Metallo” 13p Kirby (plot) 244 Nov 1971: (story’s “Man in the Mirror” co-plotted by Kirby according to Superman 249 letter column) (See SGLL 116) 400 Oct 1984: Superman 1p Kirby/Austin - a (R: Superman 400 Portfolio) Annual 2 1960: (r: AC 252) “The Menace Of Metallo” 13p Kirby (plot)

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SUPERMAN GALLERY, THE DC Comics See Superman, Superman’s Pal Jimmy Olsen 1 1993: Untitled (unpublished Superman’s Pal Jimmy Olsen 133 cover) 1p Kirby - a(p)

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SUPERMAN IN THE SEVENTIES DC Comics See Superman’s Pal Jimmy Olsen 1 2000: (r: SPJO 133) “The Newsboy Legion” 22p // “Kirby’s Coming” 1/2p (article)

SUPERMAN’S GIRLFRIEND LOIS LANE National Periodical Publications (DC Comics) See New Gods, Superman’s Pal, Jimmy Olsen 111 Jul 1971: (evil Justice League of America clones from Evil Factory app.) 115 Oct 1971: (Black Racer / Morgan Edge app.) 116 Nov 1971: (story’s “man in the mirror” plot co-plotted by Kirby according to Superman 249 letter column) (See Superman 244) 118 Jan 1972: (Morgan Edge / Yango / Outsiders app.) 119 Feb 1972: (Morgan Edge / Darkseid / Simyan / Mokkari app.)

SUPERMAN’S PAL JIMMY OLSEN National Periodical Publications (DC Comics) See Forever People, Jack Kirby’s Fourth World Omnibus, Jimmy Olsen: Adventures by Jack Kirby, Legends of the DC Universe, Mister Miracle, New Gods, Star Spangled Comics, Superman, Superman Gallery, Superman’s Girlfriend Lois Lane, Superman In The Seventies Kirby writing on issues #133-139,141-148 133 Oct 1970: Kirby/Colletta - c // “The Newsboy Legion” (begins The Fourth World series, re-introduces Newsboy Legion; first app. of Morgan Edge) 22p Kirby/Colletta - a (assist by Plastino) (R: JKFWO1, JOA 1, SITS) // “Jack Kirby, Continued” 1p (text feature by Kirby) (See BI 1, JKMW, SG, TJKC 42) 134 Dec 1970: “The Mountain Of Judgment” (first app. of Darkseid) 22p Kirby/Colletta - a (assist by Plastino) (2 collage pages) (R: JKFWO1, JOA 1) // “The Whiz Wagons Are Coming” 1p (text feature by Kirby with Self Portrait) // Advertisement (Fourth World; features alternate New Gods 1 cover) 1p Kirby - a 135 Jan 1971: “Evil Factory” (first app. of Golden Guardian) 22p Kirby/Colletta - a (assist by Plastino) (R: JKFWO1, JOA 1) // “The Hairies, Super-Race, Or Man’s Second Chance” 1p (text feature by Kirby) 136 Mar 1971: “The Saga Of The D.N.Aliens” 22p Kirby/Colletta - a (assist by Anderson) (1 collage page) (R: JKFWO1, JOA 1) 137 Apr 1971: Kirby/Adams - c // “The Four-Armed Terror” 22p Kirby/Colletta - a (assist by Anderson) (3 collage pages) (R: JKFWO1, JOA 1) 138 Jun 1971: Kirby/Adams - c (collage) // “The Big Boom” 23p Kirby/Colletta - a (assist by Anderson) (2 collage pages) (R: JKFWO1, JOA 1) (See JKMW, TJKC 27) 139 Jul 1971: Kirby/Colletta - c // “The Guardian Fights Again” 22p Kirby/Colletta - a (assist by Anderson) (R: JKFWO1, JOA 1) // Advertisement (features unused In The Days of the Mob art) 1p Kirby/Giacoia - a (note: the Don Rickles portrait on the cover is from Rickles’ press kit) 140 Sep 1971: (64 page Giant comprised of non-Kirby reprints) 141 Sep 1971: Kirby/Adams - c (Don Rickles photo cover) // “Will The Real Don Rickles Panic?” 22p Kirby/Colletta - a (assist by Anderson) (3 collage pages) (R: JKFWO2, JOA 1) // “The Newsboy Legion Returns” 1p (article) // (r: FP 4) Self Portrait 1p // (r: c, SSC 7) “Newsboy Legion” 13p (See JKMW) 142 Oct 1971: Kirby/Adams/Royer - c // “The Man From Transilvane” 22p Kirby/Colletta - a (assist by Anderson) (R: JKFWO2, JOA 2) // “Hairie Secrets Revealed” (Tales of the DNA Project) 2p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: JKFWO2, JOA 2) // (r: c, SSC 8) “Last Mile Alley” 13p (See TJKC 27) 143 Nov 1971: Kirby/Royer - c // “Genocide Spray” 22p Kirby/Colletta - a (assist by Anderson) (R: JKFWO2, JOA 2) // “The Alien Thing” (Tales of the DNA Project) 2p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: JKFWO2, JOA 2) // (r: c, SSC 9) “The Rookie Takes The Rap” 13p 144 Dec 1971: Kirby/Adams - c // “A Big Thing In A Deep Scottish Lake” 22p Kirby/Colletta - a (signed: “Jock Kirrby”) (assist by Anderson) (R: JKFWO2, JOA 2) // “The Torn Photograph” (Tales of the DNA Project) 2p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: JOA 2) // (r: c, SSC 10) “Kings For A Day” 13p (See TJKC 8,42) 145 Jan 1972: Kirby/Anderson - c // “Brigadoom” 24p Kirby/Colletta - a (assist by Anderson) (R: JKFWO2, JOA 2) // (r: c, SSC 11) “Paradise Prison” 13p (See TJKC 8,42,49) 146 Feb 1972: Kirby/Royer - c // “Homo Disastrous” 22p Kirby/Royer - a (R: JKFWO3, JOA 2) // “Arin, The Armored Man” (Tales of the DNA Project) 2p Kirby/Royer - a (R: JKFWO3, JOA 2) // (r: SSC 12) “Prevue Of Peril” 13p 147 Mar 1972: “A Superman In Supertown” 24p Kirby/Royer - a (R: JKFWO3, JOA 2) // (r: SSC 13) “The Scoop Of Suicide Slum” 13p (See TJKC 42) 148 Apr 1972: “Monarch Of All He Subdues” 22p Kirby/Colletta - a (assist by Anderson) (R: JKFWO3, JOA 2) // “Genetic Criminal” (Tales of the DNA Project) 2p Kirby/Royer - a (R: JKFWO3, JOA 2) // (r: SSC 14) “The Meanest Man On Earth” 13p 150 Jun 1972: (Newsboy Legion / Angry Charlie app. in post-Kirby wrap-up) 152 Sep 1972: (Darkseid / Morgan Edge clone app. in post-Kirby wrap-up)

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76 Feb 1966: “I, Against The World” (Hulk) 10p Kirby - a(l) (R: EH 1, IHS 4, MARM 39) 77 Mar 1966: Kirby/Romita/Esposito - c // “Bruce Banner Is The Hulk” (Hulk) 10p Kirby - a(l) (R: EH 1, IHS 4, MARM 39) 78 Apr 1966: (Sub-Mariner story “The Prince And The Puppet” page 4, panel 1 features Kirby repro figures from FF 49 cover) (R: MARM 32) // “The Hulk Must Die” (Hulk) 10p Kirby - a(l) (R: EH 1, MARM 39, MSH 33) 79 May 1966: Kirby/Everett - c // “The Titan And The Torment” (Hulk) 10p Kirby - a(l) (R: EH 1, MARM 39, MSH 34, MTE 5) 80 Jun 1966: “They Dwell In The Depths” (Hulk) 10p Kirby - a(l) (R: EH 1, MARM 56, MSH 35) 81 Jul 1966: Kirby/Everett - c // “The Stage Is Set” (Hulk) 10p Kirby - a(l) (R: EH 1, MARM 56, MSH 36) 82 Aug 1966: “The Power Of Iron Man” (Sub-Mariner) 10p Kirby/Ayers - a (R: IMS 1, EIM 2, MARM 32,65, MGSB, MSH 37) // “The Battle Cry Of The Boomerang” (Hulk) 10p Kirby - a(l) (R: EH 1, MARM 56, MSH 37) 83 Sep 1966: Kirby - c(l) // “The Sub-Mariner Strikes” (Sub-Mariner) 12p Kirby/Ayers - a (R: MARM 32, MSH 38) // “Less Than Monster, More Than Man” (Hulk) 10p Kirby - a(l) (R: EH 1, MARM 56, MSH 38) 84 Oct 1966: “Rampage In The City” (Hulk) 10p Kirby - a(l) (R: EH 1, MARM 56) 85 Nov 1966: Kirby - c(l) (R: EH 1, MARM 56) 90 Apr 1967: Kirby/Colletta - c (Sub-Mariner vs Byrrah) (R: EH 1, MARM 56) 101 Mar 1968: Kirby/Shores/M. Severin/Giacoia - c (Hulk in Asgard) (R: EH 2, MARM 56)

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TEEN-AGE ROMANCE Marvel Comics Group See Marvel Romance, My Love, Our Love Story 84 Nov 1961: Kirby - c(p) // “The Summer Must End” 7p Kirby - a(p) (R: OLS 9) // “The Outsider” 5p Kirby - a(p) (note: one or both stories from TAR 84 reprinted in Marvel Romance) 85 Jan 1962: Kirby/Colletta - a // “She Who Laughs Last” 6p Kirby/Colletta - a // “My Boy Friend” 7p Kirby/Colletta - a // “Too Shy Am I” 5p Kirby/Hartley - a 86 Mar 1962: Kirby/Colletta - c // “A Teen-Ager Can Also Hate” 7p Kirby - a(p) (R: ML 14) // “For The Love Of Ricky Wilson” 6p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: ML 15,27, OLS 27) // “He Never Even Noticed” 5p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: ML 10,28)

TERRY AND THE PIRATES Harvey Publications See Boy Explorers Comics, Complete Jack Kirby, Joe Palooka Continued from Boy Explorers Comics 3 Apr 1947: “The Isle Where Women Rule” (Boy Explorers; 1/2 story) 8p Kirby - a (R: CJK 3) // “Mixed-Up Sounds” (Boy Explorers text feature by Kirby?) 2p 4 Jun 1947: “The Isle Where Women Rule” (Boy Explorers; 1/2 story) 6p Kirby - a (R: CJK 4)

THOR, THE MIGHTY Marvel Comics Group See Amazing Adventures, Avengers, Best of Marvel Comics, Bring Back the Bad Guys, Essential Thor, Fantastic Four Preview, Journey into Mystery, Marvel Collectors’ Item Classics, Marvel Masterworks, Marvel Spectacular, Marvel Tales, Marvel Treasury Edition, Marvel Visionaries: Jack Kirby / Stan Lee, Maximum Security: Thor vs. Ego, Origins of Marvel Comics, Special Marvel Edition, Super-Villain Classics, Tales of Asgard Continued from Journey into Mystery Tales of Asgard is second feature in #126—145 / The Inhumans is second feature in #146—152 (Kirby is primary co-plotter by virtue of the “Marvel method”; story being pencilled first establishes story locations, flow and pacing) 126 Mar 1966: Kirby/Colletta - c // “Whom The Gods Would Destroy” 16p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: EThor 2, MARM 52, MTE 3, SME 4) // “The Summons” 5p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: EThor 2, MARM 52, MS 11) 127 Apr 1966: Kirby/Colletta - c // “The Hammer And The Holocaust” 16p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: EThor 2, MARM 52, MTE 3, SME 4) // “The Meaning Of Ragnarok” 5p Kirby/Colletta - a. (R: EThor 2, MARM 52, MS 12) 128 May 1966: Kirby/Colletta - c // “The Power Of Pluto” 16p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: EThor 2, MARM 52, MS 1, MTE 3) // “Aftermath” 5p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: EThor 2, MARM 52, MS 13) 129 Jun 1966: Kirby/Colletta - c // “The Verdict Of Zeus” 16p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: EThor 2, MARM 52, MS 2, MTE 3) // “The Hordes Of Harokin” 5p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: EThor 2, MARM 52, MS 14, TOA V2#1) 130 Jul 1966: Kirby/Colletta - c // “Thunder In The Netherworld” 16p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: EThor 2, MARM 52, MS 3, MTE 3) // “The Fateful Change” 5p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: EThor 2, MARM 52, MS 15, TOA V2#1) 131 Aug 1966: Kirby/Colletta - c // “They Strike From Space” 16p Kirby/Colletta - a (1 collage panel) (R: EThor 2, MARM 69, ThorS 4) // “The Warlock’s Eye” 5p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: EThor 2, MARM 69, MS 16, TOA V2#1) (See TJKC 14) 132 Sep 1966: Kirby/Colletta - c // “Rigel, Where Gods May Fear To Tread” 16p Kirby/Colletta - a (1 collage page) (R: EThor 2, MARM 69, ThorS 4) // “The Dark Horse Of Death” 5p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: EThor 2, MARM 69, MS 17, TOA V2#1) 133 Oct 1966: Kirby/Colletta - c (Ego face by M. Severin) // “Behold, The Living Planet” (first app. of Ego) 16p Kirby/Colletta - a (note: unknown inker on last panel) (R: Ethor 2, MARM 69, MS 4 (partial), MSTE) // “Valhalla” 5p Kirby/Colletta - a (note: first “Lee/Kirby Production” credit) (R: EThor 2, MARM 69, MS 18, TOA V2#1) (See JKMW, TJKC 36) 134 Nov 1966: Kirby/Colletta - c // “The People-Breeders” 16p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: EThor 2, MARM 69, MS 5 (partial), MVJK) // “When Speaks The Dragon” 5p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: EThor 2, MARM 69, MS 19, TOA V2#1) 135 Dec 1966: Kirby/Colletta - c // “The Maddening Menace Of The Man-Beast” 16p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: EThor 2, MARM 69, MS 6 (partial), MVJK) // “The Fiery Breath Of Fafnir” 5p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: EThor 2, MARM 69, TOA V2#1) 136 Jan 1967: Kirby/Colletta - c // “To Become An Immortal” 16p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: EThor 2, MARM 69, MS 7 (partial), MVJK) // “There Shall Come A Miracle” 5p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: EThor 2, MARM 69, TOA V2#1) 137 Feb 1967: Kirby/Colletta - c // “The Thunder God And The Troll” 16p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: EThor 3, MARM 69, MS 8 (partial) // “The Tragedy Of Hogun” 5p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: EThor 3, MARM 69)

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138 Mar 1967: Kirby/Colletta - c // “The Flames Of Battle” 16p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: EThor 3, MARM 69, MS 9 (partial) // “The Quest For The Mystic Mountain” 5p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: EThor 3, MARM 69) 139 Apr 1967: Kirby/Colletta - c // “To Die Like A God” 16p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: EThor 3, MARM 69, MS 10 (partial) // “The Secret Of The Mystic Mountain” 5p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: EThor 3, MARM 69) 140 May 1967: Kirby/Colletta - c // “The Growing Man” 16p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: EThor 3, MARM 69, MS 11 (partial) // “The Battle Begins” 5p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: EThor 3, MARM 80) 141 Jun 1967: Lieber/Sinnott - c (with repros of interior panels) // “The Wrath Of Replicus” 16p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: EThor 3, MARM 80, MS 12 (partial) // “Alibar And The Forty Demons” 5p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: EThor 3, MARM 80) (See TJKC 23) 142 Jul 1967: Kirby/Colletta - c // “The Scourge Of The Super Skrull” 16p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: EThor 3, MARM 80, MS 13 (partial) // “We, Who Are About To Die” 5p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: EThor 3, MARM 80) 143 Aug 1967: Kirby/Colletta - c // “And, Soon Shall Come The Enchanters” 16p Kirby/Everett - a (assist by Colletta) (R: EThor 3, MARM 80, MS 14 (partial), OMC) // “To The Death” 5p Kirby/Everett - a (R: EThor 3, MARM 80) 144 Sep 1967: Kirby/Colletta - c // “This Battleground Earth” 16p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: EThor 3, MARM 80, MS 15 (partial) // “The Beginning Of The End” 5p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: EThor 3, MARM 80) (See KU) 145 Oct 1967: Kirby/Colletta - c // “Abandoned On Earth” 16p Kirby/Colletta - a (partial R: MS 16) // “The End” (final Tales of Asgard) 5p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: EThor 3, MARM 80) 146 Nov 1967: Kirby/Colletta - c // “If The Thunder Be Gone” 16p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: EThor 3, MARM 80, MS 17 (partial) // “The Origin Of The Incomparable Inhumans” (Inhumans) 5p Kirby/Sinnott - a (R: AA 10, FFP 1, MT 122) 147 Dec 1967: Kirby/Colletta - c // “The Wrath Of Odin” 16p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: EThor 3, MARM 80, MS 18 (partial) (See Thor View-Master Reels) // “The Reason Why” (Inhumans origin) 5p Kirby/Sinnott - a (R: FFP 1, MT 123) 148 Jan 1968: Kirby/Colletta - c (assist by M. Severin) // “Let There Be Chaos” 16p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: EThor 3, MARM 80, MS 19 (partial) // “And Finally: Black Bolt” (Inhumans; origin of Black Bolt) 5p Kirby/Sinnott - a (R: MT 124) (See TJKC 47) 149 Feb 1968: Kirby/Colletta - c // “When Falls A Hero” 16p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: EThor 3, MARM 80) // “Silence Or Death” (Inhumans) 5p Kirby/Sinnott - a (R: MT 125) 150 Mar 1968: Kirby/Colletta - c // “Even In Death” 16p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: EThor 3, MARM 80) // “Triton” (Inhumans) 5p Kirby/Sinnott - a (R: MT 126) 151 Apr 1968: Kirby/Colletta - c // “To Rise Again” 16p Kirby/Colletta - a (EThor 3, MARM 80) // “Inhuman At Large” (Inhumans) 5p Kirby/Sinnott - a (R: MT 127) 152 May 1968: Kirby/Colletta - c // “The Dilemma Of Dr. Blake” 16p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: EThor 3, MARM 80) // “While The City Shrieks” (Inhumans) 5p Kirby/Sinnott - a (R: FFP 1, MT 128) 153 Jun 1968: Kirby/Colletta - c // “But Dr. Blake Can Die” 20p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: EThor 3) 154 Jul 1968: Kirby/Colletta - c // “To Wake The Mangog” 20p Kirby/Colletta - a (assist by Tuska) (R: EThor 3, MTE 10, MVJK 2) 155 Aug 1968: Kirby/Colletta - c // “Now Ends The Universe” 20p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: EThor 3, MTE 10, MVJK 2) 156 Sep 1968: Kirby/Colletta - c // “The Hammer And The Holocaust” 20p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: EThor 3, MTE 10, MVJK 2) 157 Oct 1968: Kirby/Colletta - c // “Behind Him, Ragnarok” 20p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: EThor 3, MTE 10, MVJK 2) (See AE V3#74, TJKC 44) 158 Nov 1968: Kirby/Colletta - c (Thor figures only) // “The Way It Was” 7p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: EThor 3) (includes r: JIM 83) “Thor The Mighty, And The Stone Men From Saturn” 13p (See TJKC 14) 159 Dec 1968: Kirby/Colletta/Romita - c // “The Answer At Last” 20p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: EThor 3, BOMC, Thor 254) 160 Jan 1969: Kirby/Colletta - c // “And Now, Galactus” 20p Kirby/Colletta - a (1 collage page) (R: EThor 3, MSTE) (See Marvelmania Portfolio, TJKC 3) 161 Feb 1969: Kirby/Colletta - c // “Shall A God Prevail?” 20p Kirby/Colletta - a (2 collage pages) (R: EThor 3, MSTE) 162 Mar 1969: Kirby/Colletta - c // “Galactus Is Born” 20p Kirby/Colletta - a (2 collage pages) (R: EThor 3) (See Marvelmania Portfolio, TJKC 4) 163 Apr 1969: Kirby/Colletta - c // “Where Dwell The Demons” 20p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: EThor 3) 164 May 1969: Kirby/Colletta - c // “Lest Mankind Fall” 20p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: EThor 3) 165 Jun 1969: Kirby/Colletta - c // “Him” 20p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: EThor 3) 166 Jul 1969: Kirby/Colletta/Romita - c // “A God Berserk” 20p Kirby/Colletta - a (R: EThor 3) 167 Aug 1969: “This World Renounced” 20p Kirby/Colletta - a (See Marvelmania Portfolio, TJKC 3, 14) 168 Sep 1969: Kirby/Klein - c // “Galactus Found” 20p Kirby/Klein/Everett - a 169 Oct 1969: Romita/Kirby/Klein - c (background repros panels in story) // “The Awesome Answer” 20p Kirby/Klein/Everett - a (See BBTBG, JKMW, KU, TJKC 1,14,45,49) 170 Nov 1969: “The Thunder God And The Thermal Man” 20p Kirby/Everett - a (See Marvelmania Portfolio, TJKC 4,14) 171 Dec 1969: Kirby/Everett - c // “The Wrath Of The Wrecker” 20p Kirby/Everett - a (R: BOMC) 172 Jan 1970: Kirby/Everett - c // “The Immortal And The Mind-Slave” 20p Kirby/Everett - a 173 Feb 1970: Kirby/Verpoorten - c // “Ulik Unleashed” 20p Kirby/Everett - a (See Marvelmania Portfolio, TJKC 2) 174 Mar 1970: Kirby/Everett - c // “The Carnage Of The Crypto-Man” 20p Kirby/Everett - a 175 Apr 1970: Kirby/M. Severin/Palmer - c // “The Fall Of Asgard” 20p Kirby/Everett - a (See TJKC 18) 176 May 1970: Kirby/Everett - c // “Inferno” 19p Kirby/Colletta - a 177 Jun 1970: Kirby/Verpoorten - c // “To End In Flames” 19p Kirby/Colletta - a 179 Aug 1970: “No More The Thunder God” 19p Kirby/Colletta/Verpoorten - a (R: MVSL 1) 194 Dec 1971: (r: JIM 114) “The Golden Apples” 5p 241 Nov 1975: Kirby/Esposito - c (vs Skeletons) 249 Jul 1976: Kirby/Sinnott - c (vs Odin) 250 Aug 1976: Kirby/Sinnott - c (vs Mangog) 251 Sep 1976: Kirby/Sinnott - c (vs Hela) 252 Oct 1976: Kirby/Verpoorten/Romita - c (vs Ulik) 253 Nov 1976: Kirby/Verpoorten/Romita - c (Ulik) 254 Dec 1976: (r: Thor 159) “The Answer At Last” 18p


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Kirby/Reinman - c // “The Brotherhood Of Evil Mutants” 23p Kirby/Reinman - a (R: AA 7,8, BBTBG, EXM 1, MARM 3, MSH 23, XMEY 4, XMMW) 5 May 1964: Kirby/Reinman - c // “Trapped: One X-Man” 24p Kirby/Reinman - a (R: AA 9,10, EXM 1, MARM 3, MSH 24, XMEY 5, XMMW) 6 Jul 1964: Kirby/Stone - c // “Sub-Mariner Joins The Evil Mutants” 22p Kirby/Stone - a (R: AA 11,12, EXM 1, MARM 3, MSH 25, XMEY 6) // Cyclops 1p (pin-up) Kirby/Stone - a (R: AA 2, MSH 21) 7 Sep 1964: Kirby/Stone - c // “The Return Of The Blob” 22p Kirby/Stone - a (R: AA 13, EXM 1, MARM 3, MSH 26, XMEY 7) 8 Nov 1964: Kirby/Stone - c // “Unus, The Untouchable” 20p Kirby/Stone - a (R: AA 14, EXM 1, MARM 3, MME, MSH 27, XMEY 8) // Beast 1p (pin-up) Kirby/Stone - a (R: AA 2, MSH 21) 9 Jan 1965: Kirby/Stone - c // “Enter, The Avengers” 20p Kirby/Stone - a (R: EXM 1, MARM 3, MMTUT, MVJK 2, XMEY 9, XMS 1) // Marvel Girl 1p (pin-up) Kirby/Stone - a (R: MSH 21) 10 Mar 1965: Kirby/Stone - c // “The Coming Of Ka-Zar” (first Silver-Age app. of Ka-Zar) 20p Kirby/Stone - a (R: EXM 1, Ka-Zar 1, MARM 3, XMEY 10) (See JKQ 12) 11 May 1965: Kirby/Stone - c // “The Triumph Of Magneto” 20p Kirby/Stone - a (R: EXM 1, MAGA, MARM 7, XMEY 11, XMS 1) 12 Jul 1965: Kirby/Giacoia - c // “The Origin Of Professor X” 20p Kirby - a(l) (R: EXM 1, MARM 7, XM 67, XMEY 12) 13 Sep 1965: Kirby/Sinnott - c // “Where Walks The Juggernaut” 20p Kirby - a(l) (R: EXM 1, MARM 7, XM 67, XMEY 13) 14 Nov 1965: Kirby/Wood - c // “Among Us Stalk The Sentinels” 20p Kirby - a(l) (R: EXM 1, MARM 7, XM 68, XMEY 14) 15 Dec 1965: Kirby/Ayers - c // “Prisoners Of The Mysterious Master Mold” 20p Kirby - a(l) (R: EXM 1, MARM 7, XM 68, XMEY 15) 16 Jan 1966: Kirby/Ayers - c // “The Supreme Sacrifice” 20p Kirby - a(l) (R: EXM 1, MARM 7, XM 69, XMEY 16) 17 Feb 1966: Kirby/Ayers - c // “And None Shall Survive” 1p (splash) Kirby/Ayers - a; 19p Kirby - a(l) (R: EXM 1, MARM 7, XM 70, XMEY 17) (See TJKC 7,19) 18 Mar 1966: Kirby - c(l) (Iceman vs Magneto) (R: EXM 1, MARM 7) 19 Apr 1966: Kirby - c(l) (vs The Mimic; first app.) (R: EXM 1, MARM 7) 20 May 1966: Kirby - c(l) (vs Lucifer) (R: EXM 1, MARM 7, XM 71) 21 Jun 1966: Kirby - c(l) (R: EXM 1, MARM 31, XM 72) 22 Jul 1966: Kirby - c(l) (Super Villains) (R: EXM 1, MARM 31) 24 Sep 1966: Kirby - c(l) (vs Locust) (R: EXM 1, MARM 31) 25 Oct 1966: Kirby/Ayers - c (vs El Tigre) (R: EXM 2, MARM 31) 27 Dec 1966: Kirby - c(l) (vs Mimic) (R: EXM 2, MARM 31) 28 Jan 1967: Kirby - c(l) (vs Banshee) (R: EXM 2, MARM 31) (See VP) 29 Feb 1967: Kirby - c(l) (Super Adaptoid vs Mimic) (R: EXM 2, MARM 31) 30 Mar 1967: Kirby/Tartaglione - c (vs Warlock) (R: EXM 2, MARM 31) 32 May 1967: Kirby - c(l) (vs Juggernaut) (R: EXM 2) 35 Aug 1967: Kirby - c(l) (vs Spider-Man) (R: EXM 2, XM 83) 37 Oct 1967: Kirby - c(l) (R: EXM 2, XM 85) 67 Dec 1970: (r: XM 12) “The Origin Of Professor X” 20p // (r: XM 13) “Where Walks The Juggernaut” 20p 68 Feb 1971: (r: c XM 15) // (r: XM 14) “Among Us Stalk The Sentinels” 20p // (r: XM 15) “Prisoners Of The Mysterious Master Mold” 20p 69 Apr 1971: (r: XM 16) “The Supreme Sacrifice” 20p 70 Jun 1971: (r: c, XM 17) “And None Shall Survive” 20p 71 Aug 1971: (r: c XM 20) 72 Oct 1971: (r: c XM 21) 74 Feb 1974: (r: XM t-shirt) X-Men 1p 83 Aug 1973: (r: c XM 35) 85 Dec 1973: (r: c XM 37) 99 Jun 1976: (story features two panel Kirby cameo) Special 1 Dec 1970: (r: c, XM 9) “Enter, The Avengers” 20p // (r: XM 11) “The Triumph Of Magneto” 20p

X-MEN: THE EARLY YEARS Marvel Comics Group See X-Men 1 May 1994: (r: XM 1) “X-Men” 23p 2 Jun 1994: (r: XM 2) “No One Can Stop The Vanisher” 22p 3 Jul 1994: (r: XM 3) “Beware, The Blob” 24p 4 Aug 1994: (r: XM 4) “The Brotherhood Of Evil Mutants” 23p 5 Sep 1994: (r: XM 5) “Trapped: One X-Man” 24p 6 Oct 1994: (r: XM 6) “Sub-Mariner Joins The Evil Mutants” 22p 7 Nov 1994: (r: XM 7) “The Return Of The Blob” 22p 8 Dec 1994: (r: XM 8) “Unus, The Untouchable” 20p 9 Jan 1995: (r: XM 9) “Enter, The Avengers” 20p 10 Feb 1995: (r: XM 10) “The Coming Of Ka-Zar” 20p 11 Mar 1995: (r: XM 11) “The Triumph Of Magneto” 20p 12 Apr 1995: (r: XM 12) “The Origin Of Professor X” 20p 13 May 1995: (r: XM 13) “Where Walks The Juggernaut” 20p 14 Jun 1995: (r: XM 14) “Among Us Stalk The Sentinels” 20p 15 Jul 1995: (r: XM 15) “Prisoners Of The Mysterious Master Mold” 20p 16 Aug 1995: (r: XM 16) “The Supreme Sacrifice” 20p 17 Sep 1995: (r: XM 17) “And None Shall Survive” 20p

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Marvel Comics Group See X-Men V1 1993: (r: c, XM 1) “X-Men” 23p // (r: c, XM 2) “No One Can Stop The Vanisher” 22p // (r: c, XM 3) “Beware, The Blob” 24p // (r: c, XM 4) “The Brotherhood Of Evil Mutants” 23p // (r: c, XM 5) “Trapped: One X-Man” 24p


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Abdul Jones 1938-1939: (weekly strip) Kirby - a (signed: “Ted Grey”) (Lincoln Newspaper Features) (See Abdul Jones Press Book, AOJK, CJK, CJL, CSJK, CSM, JKT 1, KU, TJKC 32,37) Abdul Jones 1938-1939: (unfinished weekly strip) Kirby - a(p) (Lincoln Newspaper Features) (See CJK 1) Animal Hospital early 1980s: (sample strips) Kirby (script) Kirby - a(p) (See TJKC 11,45) Black Buccaneer, The 1937: (weekly strip) Kirby - a (signed: “Jack Curtiss”) (Lincoln Newspaper Features) (See AOJK, CSJK, CJK 1, JKT 1, KU) Black Hole, The (See Walt Disney’s Treasury of Classic Tales: the Black Hole) Blue Beetle, The Jan-Mar 1940: (daily strip) Kirby - a (ghosted for: Charles Nicholas) (Fox Features Syndicate) (See AE V3#21, AOJK, Blue Beetle Promo Flyer, CBM 107, CJK 1, CJL, CSJK, JKT 1, KU, Le Fantôme D’acier, TJKC 37,43) Career of King Masters, The 1956: (sample strips) Kirby/Giacoia - a (See AOJK, JKT 2, KU, TJKC 16,34,37,45) Chip Hardy 1956: (sample strips) Kirby - a(p); Kirby/Elder - a; Kirby/Ayers - a; Kirby/Stein - a (See AOJK, JKMW, JKT 2, KU, TJKC 16) Count of Monte Cristo, The 1938: (8 episodes) Kirby/Eisner - a; Kirby - a (signed: “Jack Curtiss”) (Universal Phoenix Feature Syndicate) (See AE V3#21, AOJK, CJK 1, JC 1, JC 1 (2nd), Wags 64-71, Wonderworld) Curiosities and Oddities 1937: (weekly strip) Kirby - a (signed: “Barton” or “Bob Dart”; aka: Curious Customs and Oddities?) (Lincoln Newspaper Features) (See CJK 1, CSJK) “Cyclone” Burke 1937: (weekly strip) Kirby - a (signed: “Bob Brown”) (Lincoln Newspaper Features) (See AOJK, CJK 1, CSJK, JKT 1, KU) Detective Riley 1937: (weekly strip) Kirby - a? (signed: “Richard Lee”) (Lincoln Newspaper Features) (See TJKC 32) Diary of Dr. Hayward, The 1938: (12 episodes) Kirby - a? (signed: “Curt Davis”) (Universal Phoenix Feature Syndicate) (See AOJK, CJK 1, CJL, CSM, JC 1,2, JC 1 (2nd), JKT 1, KU) Editorial Cartoons 1933-1935: (single panel format in mimeographed weekly newspaper: The Boy’s Brotherhood Republic Reporter) Kurtzberg - a (pre-Kirby; also signed: “Kurtz—” or “J.K.”) (See CJK 1, CSJK, CSM, JKT 1, Kurtzberg’s Konceptions, TJKC 16,38) Editorial Cartoons (See Political Cartoons) Facts You Never Knew 1936-1938: (weekly panel; over 300 drawn/published) Kirby - a (ghosted for: H.T. Elmo; also signed: “Jack Curtiss” or “Bob Dart”) (Lincoln Newspaper Features) (See AOJK, CJK 1,2, CSJK, JKT 1, TJKC 29) Healthy, Wealthy and Wise 1939: (reprints weekly panel: Your Health Comes First from 1936-1937) Kirby - a (signed: “Jack Curtiss”) (Lincoln Newspaper Features) (See CSJK) Hollywood Tid-Bits 1937: (weekly gossip column illustrations) Kirby - a (Lincoln Newspaper Features) (See CJK 1, CSJK) Hopalong Cassidy 1950-1955: (Joe Simon claims Kirby ghosted some strips for: Dan Spiegle) Kirby - a (King Features Syndicate) Inky 1948-1949: (sample strips) Kirby/Simon - a (George Matthew Adams Syndicate) (See AOJK, BT 2, In Love 3, JKT 2, TJKC 38) Johnny Hazard 1956: (6 weeks of strips ghosted for: Frank Robbins) Kirby - a (King Features Syndicate) Johnny Reb and Billy Yank 1957-1958: (Sundays) Kirby/Giacoia - a (New York Herald Tribune) (See AOJK, JKMW, JKT 2) Kamandi of the Caves 1958: (sample strips) Kirby - a (See BI 24, JKT 2, TJKC 17,40) King Masters (See Career of King Masters, The) Kurtzberg’s Konceptions 1933-1935: (first published strips in mimeographed weekly newspaper: The Boy’s Brotherhood Republic Reporter) Kurtzberg - a (pre-Kirby; also signed: “Kurtz—” or “J.K.”) (aka: “K’s Konceptions”) (See CJK 1, CSJK, CSM, Editorial Cartoons, JKT 1, TJKC 16,38) Laughs from the Day’s News 1936-1937: (weekly panel) Kirby - a (signed: “Lawrence”) (Lincoln Newspaper Features) (See CJK 1, CSJK, CSM, KU) Le Fantôme D’aeier 1940: (French edition of The Blue Beetle daily strip) Kirby - a (ghosted for: Charles Nicholas) (Fox Features Syndicate) (See CSJK) Lone Rider, The Jan 3, 1939—Feb 18, 1939: (daily strip) Kirby - a (signed: “Lance Kirby”) (Associated Features Syndicate) (See AOJK, CJK 1,2, CSM, FFUN 61-65,72-80, JKT 1, KU, TJKC 32) (note: FFUN 61-65 reprints titled: “Lightinin’ and the Lone Rider”) Master Jeremy 1956: (sample strips) Kirby - a (See AOJK, JKT 2, KU, TJKC 34) Montrose date? (concept samples) Kirby - a (See JKT 2) New Yorker, The 1931: (unpublished sample panels) Kurtzberg - a (pre-Kirby—14 years old) Oddball 1956: (gag-a-day sample strips) Kirby - a; Kirby/Elder - a; Kirby/Wood - a (See JKT 2) On the Green with Peter Parr 1960-1961: (sample strips) Kirby/Ayers - a (George Matthew Adams Syndicate) (See JKR 1, JKT 2) Our Puzzle Corner 1937: (weekly panel) Kirby - a (signed: “Brady”) (Lincoln Newspaper Features) (See CJK 1, CSM) Political Cartoons 1936-1939: (untitled weekly panel; over 100 drawn/published) Kirby - a (signed: “Jack Curtiss” or “Curt Davis”) (Lincoln Newspaper Features) (See AOJK, CJK 1, CJL, CSJK, CSM, JKT 1, KU, TJKC 38,45) Political Cartoons early 1950s: (“Boy’s City” sample panel) Kirby/Simon - a (See Collected TJKC 1, JKT 2) Red Hot Rowe 1940s: (sample strips) Kirby - a (See CJK 3, JKT 2, TJKC 16) Romance of Money, The 1937: (sample panels) Kirby - a (ghosted for: H.T. Elmo) (note: only known episodes published in bank giveaway booklet) (Lincoln Newspaper Features) (See CJK 1, CSJK) Scorchy Smith 1939: (daily strip) (Kirby assists in writing and drawing for Frank Robbins) (Associated Press Features) (See TJKC 48) Sgt. Fury and His Howling Commandos late 1950s: (sample strips exist?) Kirby/Severin - a (Kirby script idea: “World War II (Europe) hero would be a tough, cigar-smoking Sergeant with a squad of oddball G.I.s—sort of an adult Boy Commandos” - John Severin) (See TJKC 25, pg. 31) Sky Masters of the Space Force 1958: (2 sample Sundays) Kirby/Stein - a (See CSM, JKT 2) Sky Masters of the Space Force September 8, 1958 - February 25, 1961: (daily strips) Kirby/Wood - a (Sep 8, 1958—Jul 11, 1959); Kirby/Rosalind Kirby - a (Jul 13, 1959—Oct 1969); Kirby/Ayers - a (Oct 1959—Jan 13, 1961); Kirby/Rosalind Kirby - a (Jan 14, 1961—Feb 25, 1961) // February 8, 1959 - February 7, 1960: (Sundays) Kirby/Wood - a (Feb 8, 1959—May 3, 1959; May 17, 1959—Jul 5, 1969; Jul 19, 1959—Jul 26, 1959); Kirby/Rosalind Kirby - a (May 10, 1959; Aug 2, 1959—Aug 16, 1959); Kirby/Ayers - a (Jul 12, 1959; Aug 23, 1959—Jan 24, 1960); Kirby/Wood - a (pastiche: Jan 13, 1960—Feb 7, 1960) (note: over 300 episodes published) (George Matthew Adams Syndicate) (See AOJK, Comic Art Showcase, CJL, CSM, JKT 2, KU, Sky Masters of the Space Force, TJKC 15,34,36,45) Socko the Seadog 1937-1939: (weekly strip; over 300 drawn and published) Kirby - a (signed: “Teddy”) (Lincoln Newspaper Features) (See AOJK, CSJK, CJK 1, CJL, JKQ 10, JKR 1, JKT 1, KU,TJKC 29,32,36)


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Space Busters 1958: (original title concept becomes Sky Masters of The Space Force) (George Matthew Adams Syndicate) Starman Zero 1950s: (6 sample Sunday concept pages) 2p Kirby/Simon - a (recycled as: Tiger 21) (See AOJK, JKT 2, KU, TJKC 15) Surf Hunter 1958: (sample strips) Kirby/Wood - a (See AOJK, JKMW, JKT 2, KU, TJKC 16,34,42) Thundarr the Barbarian 1980s: (2 weeks of sample strips) Gerber (script); Kirby - a(p) (See Collected TJKC 2,3, Comic Times 4, TJKC 11) Valley Girl early 1980s: (sample strips—inspired by Frank Zappa / Moon Zappa) Kirby (script) Kirby - a(p) (See TJKC 16,30) Walt Disney’s Treasury of Classic Tales: The Black Hole Sep 2, 1979—Jan 13, 1980: (26 Sundays) Kirby/Royer - a (King Features Syndicate) (See CJ 134 pg. 97, Mediascene 38, Science Fiction Times, TJKC 11,23,32,37,46) Wilton of the West 1938: (12 episodes) Kirby - a (signed: “Fred Sande” or “Jack Curtiss”; aka: “Wilton of West Point”) (Universal Phoenix Feature Syndicate) (See AOJK, CJK 1, CSM, JC 1-3, JKT 1) Your Health Comes First 1936-1937: (weekly panel) Kirby - a (signed: “Jack Curtiss”) (note: reprinted in 1939 as Healthy, Wealthy and Wise) (Lincoln Newspaper Features) (See AOJK, CJK 1,CJL, CSJK, CSM, JKT 1) Untitled 1931: (solicited sample panels unpublished by The New Yorker) Kurtzberg - a (pre-Kirby—14 years old) (See KU, KU (2nd) Untitled 1934-1935: (sample strips feature: vikings / cars / ships / planes, etc.) Kurtzberg - a (pre-Kirby; signed: “Jack Curtiss”) (See CJK 1, CSJK, TJKC 34) Untitled 1935: (sample family strips) Kurtzberg - a (pre-Kirby; signed: “Jack Curtiss”) (See CJK 1, CJL, CSJK, TJKC 25,45) Untitled 1935: (sample pirate strips) Kurtzberg - a (pre-Kirby; signed: “Jack Curtiss”) (See CJK 1, CSJK) Untitled date?: (sample humor panel; “Twiddling My Thumbs”) Kirby - a(p); unsigned) (See TJKC 25) Untitled 1950s: (sample family strip) Kirby - a(p) (See TJKC 34) unknown 1950s: (sample western strips solicited to syndicates; exists?) Kirby (script); Infantino - a (See TJKC 34, pg. 17)

FINE ART • EXHIBITIONS Angel 1978: Kirby - a (original title: Streets Of Heaven; for Lord of Light) (See AOJK, Collected TJKC 2) Faces Of Evil 1979: Kirby - a (See AOJK, TJKC 46) Galactic Head 1969: Kirby - a (See AOJK, posters) Incan Visitation 1975: Kirby - a (See AOJK, posters) Interpretations Of God 1970: (Trilogy) Kirby/Royer - a (See AOJK, Dark Horse Presents 103, KU (2nd), TJKC 26,46,48) Jacob And The Angel 1970s: Kirby - a (See TJKC 35) Joshua At The Wall Of Jericho date?: Kirby - a (See Collected TJKC 2, TJKC 37) Kirby Dream Machine 1979: Kirby - a (See AOJK, KU (2nd) Life Mask date?: (See TJKC 43) Mechanoid 1976: Kirby - a (See AOJK) Moses date?: Kirby - a(p) (note: sometimes referred to as “Kirby’s Grandfather”) (See Collected TJKC 2) Space Chariot 1977: Kirby - a (See TJKC 37) Space Collage 1979: Kirby - a (See AOJK, CV 1, poster) Space Head date?: Kirby - a(p) (See TJKC 18 (advertisement), TJKC 43) Tribes Trilogy 1975: (trilogy) Kirby - a (See AOJK, poster, KU (2nd) Untitled (collage) date?: Kirby - a (See Comic Art Tribute to S&K card set #44) Untitled 1969: 3p Kirby - a (See TJKC 19) Kirby: A Collection of the Artistry of Jack Kirby Nov 1975: (Museum of Cartoon Art; Greenwich, Connecticut, USA) King Of Comics Apr 6—May 7, 1994: (Words & Pictures Museum of Fine Sequential Art; Northampton, Massachusetts, USA) Jack Kirby: The King Of Comic Books Sep 29—Oct 31, 1994: (National Museum of Cartoon Art; London, England) Drawing Board / Taboret (Kirby’s tools installed in permanent collection of the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C., USA) Jack Kirby Museum and Research Center est. Aug 28, 2005: http://www.kirbymuseum.org Jack Kirby Comics Library est. 2006: (multi-media and cultural center) (Pisa, Italy) Masters of American Comics Nov 20, 2005—Mar 12, 2006: (Exhibition features over 50 pieces of Kirby art in The Kirby Room) (Hammer Museum / Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), Los Angeles, California, USA) Masters of American Comics Apr 27 - Aug 13, 2006: Exhibition (Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA) Masters of American Comics Sep 15 2006 - Jan 28, 2007: Exhibition (The Jewish Museum, New York, New York / The Newark Museum, Newwark, New Jersey, USA)

PERIODICALS Abdul Jones Press Book 1938-1939: Kirby - a (signed: “Ted Grey”) (Lincoln Newspaper Features) (See CJK 1, CSJK) Academy Con Program Book 1966: (r: c FM 5, main figure: Captain America) 1p Kirby - a(p) Advertisement 1986: Kirby Scholarship for Young Artists 1p Kirby - a (Kubert School / Dark Horse) AFTA 2 1978: Kirby/Hazelwood - c (Ikaris) Alter Ego 4 1962: Thing 1/2p Kirby - a(p) (Roy Thomas) Alter Ego 10 1969: SPQR (costume art for University of California at Santa Cruz’s production of Julius Caesar) Kirby - a (See Peninsula Living) Alter Ego V2#1 Spr 1998: Marvel Letterhead 1p Kirby - a(p) (TwoMorrows) (combined with CBA 1) Alter Ego V2#2 Sum 1998: “A Fantastic First” (synopsis for FF 1,8 annotated by Stan Lee) (TwoMorrows) (combined with CBA 2) Alter Ego V2#3 Win 1999: “Jack Kirby’s Spider-Man” 4p (article by Ditko with his illustration of Kirby’s Spider-Man; reprinted from: Robin Snyder’s History of the Comics V1#5) (TwoMorrows) (combined with CBA 3) Alter Ego V3#6 Fall 2000: (FCA: Fawcett Collectors of America #65); Joe Simon interview 1p (TwoMorrows) Alter Ego V3#18 Oct 2002: Kirby/Amash - c (Fantastic Four / Dr. Doom) // Thing 1p Kirby/Stone - a (unpublished MMMS promo art) // “The Goldberg Variations” (Stan Goldberg interview) 25p (features: Thing Kirby - a(p) // Golfers Anonymous (uncredited Goldberg / Kirby - a (Kirby inks) (TwoMorrows) Alter Ego V3#29 Oct 2003: “And Men Shall Call Him...Prototype” 14p (article) // (un-used panels: FF 52) Kirby-a(p) (TwoMorrows)

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Comics Buyers’ Guide 1444 Jul 20, 2001: “A Fantastic 40 Years” 5p (FF article) (Krause) Comics Buyers’ Guide 1447 Aug 10, 2001: “Point of View” 2p (article) (Krause) Comics Buyers’ Guide 1469 Jan 11, 2002: “Can You Spot a Jack Kirby Layout?, Think Again” 1p (article) (Krause) Comics Collector 3 Spr 1984: “I Remember Vandoom” 8p (article; Marvel pre-hero monsters) (Krause) Comics Feature #? 1974: (Stan Lee interview) (R: AE V3#74) Comics Feature 3 Jun 1980: “Silver Age of Comics: Part 2” 6p (article; includes 1p on the Fly) (New Media) Comics Feature 4 Jul/Aug 1980: “Silver Age of Comics: Part 3” 6p (article; includes 1p on the Fantastic Four) (New Media) Comics Feature 5 Sep 1980: “Silver Age of Comics: Part 4” 4p (article) (New Media) Comics Feature 6 Oct 1980: “Silver Age of Comics: Part 5” 9p (article; includes 2p on the X-Men) (New Media) Comics Feature 7 Nov 1980: “Silver Age of Comics: Part 6” 8p (article; includes 2p on Strange Tales) // “Band That Time Forgot” 11p (Marvel westerns article) (New Media) Comics Feature 10 Jul 1981: (Joe Simon interview) 2p // “Thundarr Over the Airwaves” 4p (article) (New Media) Comics Feature 11 Aug 1981: “Kirby & Captain Victory” 1/2p (article, photo) // (Ka-Zar article) 5p (New Media) Comics Feature 16 Feb 1982: Destroyer Duck 1p Kirby/Alcala - a // (X-Men article) 10p (New Media) Comics Feature 29 May 1984: (Kirby’s return to DC article) 1p // (X-Men article) 4p (New Media) Comics Feature 32 Dec 1984: (Marvel origins article) 9p (New Media) Comics Feature 34 Mar 1985: “Superheroes: the Language that Kirby Wrote” 7p (article) // 1970 Self Portrait (Marvelmania) Kirby/Royer - a // Silver Surfer 1p Kirby/Sinnott - a // (Jack Kirby portfolio) 4p (New Media) Comics Feature 40 Feb 1986: “Stan Lee Sounds Off: Comics Come of Age” 4p (article) // “Simon & Kirby: the DC Years” 4p (article) (New Media) Comics Feature 44 May 1986: (Kirby / Lee color photos) // (Marvel: 25th Anniversary article) 15p (New Media) Comics Feature 48 Oct 1986: (Super Powers episode guide) 6p // (Blue Bolt article) 4p (New Media) Comics Feature 50 Dec 1986: “Who Wrote the Words” 6p (article) // “Jack Kirby: Creator” (Kirby interview) 1p (New Media) Comics Forum 6 Spr/Sum 1994: Kirby - c(p) // (Kirby obituary / tribute) (Comics Creators Guild) Comics History Magazine 1 Fall 1996: “Kirby’s Romance Of Money” (article) (Ron Goulart) Comics History Magazine 4 Sum 1997: “Simon & Kirby’s Blue Bolt” (article) (Ron Goulart) Comic Shop News 334 Nov 17, 1993: Kirby/Liefeld - c (unpublished Phantom Force) (See Inside Image) Comics Interview 1 date?: Destroyer Duck Kirby - a(p) (Fictioneer Books Ltd.) Comics Interview 2 Apr 1983: (Mark Evanier interview re: New Gods) (Fictioneer Books Ltd.) Comics Interview 5 Jul 1983: (Fantastic Four first issue synopsis, plot by Stan Lee) (Fictioneer Books Ltd.) Comics Interview 16 Oct 1984: Darkseid 1p Kirby - a(p) (Fictioneer Books Ltd.) Comics Interview 20 date?: Super Powers Kirby - a(p) (Fictioneer Books Ltd.) Comics Interview 41 1986: Kirby/Thibodeaux - c (Silver Star) // Interview (Kirby) 14p (R: CI Super Special 1) (Fictioneer Books Ltd.) Comics Interview 43 1987: (Jerry Perles interview; includes trademark grant art for Captain America logo: Feb. 17, 1942) // (Captain America Comics reprint art, Kirby illustrations) (Fictioneer Books Ltd.) Comics Interview 44 1987: “Party of Titans” 2p (article with photos about Kirby, Bob Kane and Jerry Siegel meeting) (Fictioneer Books Ltd.) Comics Interview 59 1988: Untitled (uncropped version of Amazing Heroes 47 cover) Kirby/Rude - a (Fictioneer Books Ltd.) Comics Interview 64 1988: Fantastic Four (storyboards) 1p Kirby - a(p) (Fictioneer Books Ltd.) Comics Interview 68 1989: Fantastic Four (storyboards) 1p Kirby - a(p) (Fictioneer Books Ltd.) Comics Interview 77 1989: “The Prisoner” 2p Kirby - a(p) (Fictioneer Books Ltd.) Comics Interview 78 1990: Batman / Captain America / Mister Miracle 2p Kirby - a(p) // letterhead art Kirby - a (Fictioneer Books Ltd.) Comics Interview 85 1990: Fantastic Four (storyboards) 1p Kirby - a(p) // Sgt. Fury / Sub-Mariner / Captain America / Silver Surfer Kirby - a(p) (Fictioneer Books Ltd.) Comics Interview 89 1990: Fantastic Four (storyboards) 1p Kirby - a(p) (Fictioneer Books Ltd.) Comics Interview 90 1991: Interview (Kirby) 21p // Darkseid 1p Kirby - a(p) // Four-Armed Terror Vs. Hulk 1p Kirby - a(p) (R: CI 100) // The Lord Of Light Kirby/Royer - a // Untitled (unpublished FF 64 cover) (Fictioneer Books Ltd.) (See TJKC 13) Comics Interview 100 1991: (r: CI 90) Four-Armed Terror Vs. Hulk 1p (Fictioneer Books Ltd.) Comics Interview 103 1991: (Dick Ayers interview) // (r: TOS 11: “I Created Sporr” 1p (splash) (Fictioneer Books Ltd.) Comics Interview 104 1991: Hulk 1/4p (part of collage) Kirby - a(p) (Fictioneer Books Ltd.) Comics Interview 105 1992: Untitled (unpublished FF 52 panels) 2p Kirby - a(p) (Fictioneer Books Ltd.) Comics Interview 107 1992: Doctor Doom 1p Kirby - a(p) (Fictioneer Books Ltd.) Comics Interview 108 1992: Untitled (unpublished SPJO 133 cover) 1p Kirby - a(p) (Fictioneer Books Ltd.) Comics Interview 120 1993: Superman Kirby - a(p) (Fictioneer Books Ltd.) Comics Interview 121 1993: Kirby/Bob Newhart photo cover // (Kirby issue); Interview (Kirby, photo) 12p // (Chic Stone interview) 7p // (Mike Royer interview) 5p // (Tony Salmons interview) 5p // (William Stout interview) 3p (features Demon 1p Kirby/Stout - a // (Steve Rude interview) 4p // (misc. Kirby tributes include: J. Buscema / Sinnott / Toth) // (much unpublished Kirby art; including: Kamandi Presentation Sheet 1p (early 1972) Kirby - a(p) // Untitled 1p (unpublished Mister Miracle 10 cover) Kirby/Royer - a Comics Interview 122 1993: (Mike Royer interview) 11p (with unpublished Satan’s Six, In The Days Of The Mob) (Fictioneer Books Ltd.) Comics Interview 123 1993: Superman Kirby - a(p) (Fictioneer Books Ltd.) Comics Interview 129 1994: Untitled 2p (Demon, Thor 147 pencils) Kirby - a(p) (Fictioneer Books Ltd.) Comics Interview 131 1994: Untitled 1p (FF 181 cover pencils) Kirby - a(p) (Fictioneer Books Ltd.) Comics Interview 132 1994: (Jack Kirby artwork checklist for Comics Interview 1-131) (Fictioneer Books Ltd.) Comics Interview 133 1994: Untitled (unpublished Satan’s Six 1 cover) Kirby - a(p) // Untitled (unpublished Captain Victory cover) 1p Kirby - a(p) // Untitled (CA 104 splash pencils) 1p Kirby - a(p) (Fictioneer Books Ltd.) Comics Interview 142 1995: Captain Victory 1/2p Kirby - a(p) // Reptar, King Of The Dinosaurs 1/2p Kirby - a(p) (Fictioneer Books Ltd.) Comics Interview 143 1995: Untitled 1p (Nick Fury; ST 141 pencils) Kirby - a(p) // Untitled 1p (Galactus; FF 75, page 4 pencils) Kirby - a(p) (Fictioneer Books Ltd.) Comics Interview Super Special: Masters of Marvel 1 1989: (r: CI 41) “Jack Kirby” 14p (Kirby interview) (Fictioneer Books Ltd.) Comics Journal, The 39 Apr 1977: “From Dinosaurs to Rockets: Kirby Strikes Out Again” 2p (article) (Fantagraphics) Comics Journal, The 42 Oct 1978: Black Bolt 1/4p Kirby/Ordway - a // “Hello Culture Lovers” 10p (Stan Lee interview) (Fantagraphics)

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“Captain 3-D and Me” 7p (article) // (r: C3D 1) “The Menace of the Living Dolls” 10p // “Creating & Re-Creating Captain 3-D” 5p (article) // “Challenge Of The Speed Demon” 1p (splash) Kirby - a(p) (note: uninked 9 page story by Meskin from unpublished Captain 3-D 2) // “The Legacy of Captain 3-D” 4 1/2p (article) // “Bulls-Eye” 5p (article; note: features art recreated by Black from BE 1) // “Fighting American” 6p (article) // “Whatta Ya Know, Joe?” (Joe Simon interview) 3p // “Boy’s Ranch” 4p (article) // (r: PC 8) “The Black Owl” 9p (AC Comics) Golden-Age Men of Mystery 17 1999: Kirby/Simon - c (r: Stuntman pastiche) // (r: SC 2) “Curtain Call For Death” 12p // “The New Champ of Split-Second Action” 8p (article) // “Simon - Before Simon and Kirby” (Joe Simon interview) 3p // (r: SC 1) “House Of Madness” 2p (spread) (AC Comics) Golden Age of Comics, The 3 1982: (S&K article) 12p // (r: BB 5) “Blue Bolt” 10p // (r: CC 1) The Solar Legion 5p (New Media) Golden Age of Comics, The 6 Nov 1983: “Jack Kirby In The Golden-Age” 11p (Kirby interview, article) (New Media) Gold & Silver, Overstreet’s Comic Book Quarterly 3 Jan 1994: “The Incredible Hulk Explained” 4p (article) (Overstreet) Gold & Silver, Overstreet’s Comic Book Quarterly 4 Apr 1994: “Jack Kirby, 1948-1960” 22p (article) // “Thanks, Jack...You Were the Best” 4p (article with Kirby photo) // (Stan Lee interview) 8p // “The Golden-Age Covers of Jack Kirby” 5p (article with index) (Overstreet) Gold & Silver, Overstreet’s Comic Book Quarterly 5 Jul 1994: “I Charted The Marvel Monsters” 9p (article) // 2p (checklist) (Overstreet) Gold & Silver, Overstreet’s Comic Book Quarterly 6 Oct 1994: (Joe Simon interview) (Overstreet) Gold & Silver, Overstreet’s Comic Book Quarterly 8 Apr 1995: “I Charted The Marvel Monsters” (article) // (Theakston article on Golden-Age Kirby cover identification) (Overstreet) Golfers Anonymous 1961: by Stan Lee; (note: contains uncredited Goldberg/Kirby - a (Kirby inks) (Non-Pareil / Marvel) (See AE V3#18) Graphic Gallery 4 1974: (r: S&K Young Romance Comics) 1p (Russ Cochran) Graphic Gallery 5 1975: (r: S&K Sandman) 3p (Russ Cochran) Graphic Gallery 6 1975: (r: S&K Sandman, Newsboy Legion) 2p (Russ Cochran) Graphic Gallery 7 1976: (r: S&K Newsboy Legion) 1p (Russ Cochran) Graphic Story World 4 Dec 1971: (Evanier article on unpublished Kirby art) 1/2p // Forever People 1p Kirby - a(p) (Richard Kyle) Graphic Story World V2#2 Jul 1972: Untitled (unpublished SPJO 133 cover) Kirby - a(p) (Richard Kyle) Grub Girl & Akuma-She Illustrations #? 1999: (newly drawn alternate cover adapted from SPJO 142: “Hairie Secrets Revealed” page 2 original pencils and True Divorce Cases page; purported to be new Kirby art) (Verotik) (See TJKC 23) Happening #? Nov 1993: Interview (Kirby) Harvard Journal of Pictorial Fiction, The Spr 1974: “Jack Kirby, Fritz Lang, and Balance” (article) // Big Barda 1/2p Kirby - a // “Bypassing the Real for the Ideal” (article by Gil Kane) Harvey Hits 1,6,12,15 1956-1958: (The Phantom); (Simon & Kirby studio packages this title for Harvey Publications) Hero Illustrated 10 Apr 1994: (Kirby obituaries / tributes) (Warrior Publications) Hero Illustrated Yearbook 1994: (Kirby tribute) 1p (Warrior Publications) Heroes, Heavies & Heroines 5 1982: Captain Victory 1p Kirby/Thibodeaux - a // Red Skull 1p Kirby/Black - a (Paragon; France) Hogan’s Alley 1 Fall 1994: “The King’s Jewels” 7p (article) / “The Man Who Was King” 4 1/2p (article by Steranko) (Bull Moose) Hogan’s Alley 14 2006: “Pro Bono” 1/2p (article features Thing (in Jewish prayer shawl/yarmulke) Kirby - a(p) (Bull Moose) Hollywood Reporter, The 1986: Advertisements (Doctor Mortalis / Mind Master) Kirby - a(p) (Empire Films) (See TJKC 11) I Love You 1 1998: (r: c, contents I Love You 7?) (America’s Comics Group) Indianapolis Star, The Feb 20, 1994: “Comics Artist Kirby Made Readers Marvel” 1/4p (Kirby tribute) (Indianapolis, IN, USA) Infinity 1 Sum 1970: Captain America / Red Skull 2p (centerfold) Kirby - a(p) (Infinity Publications) (See TJKC 12) Inside Image 9 1993: Phantom Force 1p Kirby/Liefeld - a (Image Comics) (See Comic Shop News 334) Invasion 1 1997: Kirby/Isherwood - c,bc (“The Visitor On Highway Six”) (America’s Comic Group) It’s A Fanzine 48 date?: “When The World Vanished” (story reprinted from Atlas’ Mystery Tales 50 features Jack and Rosalind Kirby as “Jack and Ruth Colley”) Jack Kirby Birthday Booklet 1992: (handed out at surprise party for Kirby’s 75th birthday at San Diego Con) Kirby/Theakston - c // Roy Thomas (text) // Sharman DiVono (text) // Frank Miller (text) // Mike Royer (art) // Steve Gerber (text) // Stan Lee (text) // Steve Rude (art) // Sergio Aragones (art) // Chic Stone (text) // Moebius (art) // Julius Schwartz (text) // Marv Wolfman (text) // Joe Sinnott (art) // Len Wein (text) // George Roussos (text) // Stephen Rohde (text) // John Romita (art) // Don Heck (art) // Richard Howell (art) // Michael Thibodeaux (art) // Dick Ayers (text) // Dave Stevens (art) // Will Eisner (art) // Mark Evanier (text) // Schauer (art) Jack Kirby Collector, The 1 Sep 1994: Kirby/Royer - c (1970 Marvelmania self portrait) // 16-page photo-copied introductory issue. (first edition hand-signed by Morrow); Rare posters, 1978 Kirby travelling display, Marvelmania Portfolio, OMAC (concept art), Thor 169 (unpublished page), and more. (note: first publication from TwoMorrows) Jack Kirby Collector, The 2 Nov 1994: Kirby/Sinnott - c (Thing / Captain America) // 16-page general interest issue. Unpublished Sandman pages, Kirby phone conversations, Marvelmania Portfolio, unpublished Fantastic Four panels, untitled Kirby sketch inked by Rosalind Kirby, Jack Ruby Esquire page, and more. (TwoMorrows) Jack Kirby Collector, The 3 Jan 1995: Kirby/Royer - c (Captain America / Bucky) // 16-page Captain America issue. Joe Simon interview, Marvelmania plates, convention sketches, Captain America pencils, and more. (TwoMorrows) Jack Kirby Collector, The 4 Mar 1995: Kirby - c(p) (unpublished First Issue Special 1 “Atlas” cover) // 16-page general interest issue. Mike Royer interview, Marvelmania plates, unpublished Thor pencils, Atlas, Euro-Kirby fandom, and more. (TwoMorrows) Jack Kirby Collector, The 5 May 1995: Kirby - c(p) (unpublished Kobra 1 cover) // 16-page general interest issue. Jack’s 1972 speech at Vanderbilt University, unpublished FF 52 pencils, Doctor Doom removing mask, how Kirby used real people in his comics, essential Kirby collectibles, Marvelmania art, Kirby’s Star Wars parody: “Star Cats”, and more. (TwoMorrows) Jack Kirby Collector, The 6 Jul 1995: Kirby/Sinnott - c (Orion vs. Darkseid) // 36-page Fourth World issue. Interviews with Mark Evanier, Steve Sherman and Mike Royer, story behind Hunger Dogs and Jack’s original ending to New Gods, New Gods portfolio, ad art, unpublished art, Fourth World pencils, and more. (TwoMorrows) Jack Kirby Collector, The 7 Oct 1995: Kirby/Stevens - c (Guardian / Newsboy Legion) // 36-page kid gangs issue. Unpublished Kirby interview, overview of S&K kid gangs, unpublished Boys’ Ranch, Boy Explorers, Jimmy Olsen, Dingbats, X-Men, and more. (TwoMorrows) Jack Kirby Collector, The 8 Jan 1996: Kirby/Rude - c (Gods) // 36-page all-star convention issue. San Diego Con 1995 Kirby Panel (with Sinnott, Royer, Evanier and Isabella), convention memories, essay by Steranko, S.H.I.E.L.D. and Captain America pencils, convention sketches, unpublished What If? 10 cover, Jack meets Paul McCartney, Jam drawing by Kirby, Russell Meyers (Broom Hilda)


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BOOKS All in Color for a Dime 1970: edited by Dick Lupoff/Don Thompson; (r: c BC 24, BR 2, FFA 3) // “A Swell Bunch Of Guys” (Golden-Age kid gangs article) // “OK, Axis, Here We Come” (article includes Golden-Age Captain America, Kirby Silver-Age Marvel) (Ace) All-Star Companion 2000: edited by Roy Thomas; (Invaders 5 cover) Kirby - a(p) (TwoMorrows) Alter Ego: the Best of the Legendary Comics Fanzine 2008: edited by Roy Thomas and Bill Schelly (192 pages) (TwoMorrows) Alter Ego: the CBA Collection 2001: edited by Roy Thomas (160 pages); (Invaders 4,5,8, Marvel Premiere 29) Kirby - a(p) (TwoMorrows) Amazing 3-D 1982: by Morgan/Symmes; (r: c C3D 1) 1p // (r: C3D 1 (partial) “The Man From The World Of D” 2p (Little, Brown & Co.) Ariel: the Book of Fantasy 3 Apr 1978: “Musings” (Robert E. Howard poem) 2p Kirby - a (Ariel / Ballantine) Art of Jack Kirby, The 1992: by Ray Wyman and Catherine Hohlfeld; (HC, SC biography, art, photos) // Kirby/Eastman - c (wraparound) // Adolf Hitler / Joan Crawford / Joe Stalin / Franklin Roosevelt / Albert Einstein / Huey Long / Jack Dempsey / Aubrey Smith / Will Rogers (small 1937 character studies) // Self Portrait (1940) // Rose Kurtzberg (1935; Kirby’s mother) // Popeye (in-betweens) // Self Portrait (1939) // Political Cartoon (1930s) // Robert Taylor (1937) // Editorial Cartoons (1937-39) // (comic strips: Socko the Seadog, Abdul Jones, Black Buccaneer, “Cyclone” Burke, Lone Rider, Count of Monte Cristo, Wilton of the West, Diary of Dr. Hayward, Blue Beetle, Inky, Master Jeremy, Career of King Masters, Chip Hardy, Johnny Reb, Surf Hunter, Sky Masters) // (career retrospective text and photos) // (reprints: 218 comic book covers 1940-1987) // (reprints: 88 comic book interior pages 1940-1978) // Self Portrait (1943) // Portraits (fellow GIs at Camp Stewart, 1943) // “We Ate Like Chasayrim” (menu sketch of Jack and Rosalind, 1943) // War Sketches (France, 1944) // (WWII lapel pins, dog tags, rifleman pin, campaign ribbons) // Rosalind Kirby Portraits (1944) // Self Portrait (1944) // Starman Zero // Self Portrait (1970; Marvelmania) // Fantastic Four (1969 pin-up pencils) // Orion / Ramses / Mister Miracle (prototypes) Kirby/Heck - a // Forever People // Hunger Dogs (cover pencils) // Silver Surfer (unpublished pages) // Thundarr (title cel) // Galactic Head // Kirby Dream Machine // Tribes Trilogy // Faces Of Evil // Interpretation Of God // Incan Visitation // Mechanoid // Space Collage // Angel // Captain America // Hulk // The Sorcerer’s Apprentice (unused Mickey Mouse) // (tributes) // (Kirby checklist) (Blue Rose Press) Art of Mickey Mouse, The 1991: edited by Craig Yoe; “Muscle Mouse” 1p Kirby/Thibodeaux - a (Hyperion Publishing) (See AOJK) Art of the Comic Book, The 1996: by R.C. Harvey; (University Press of Mississippi) Avenging World 2002: by Steve Ditko “An Insider’s Part of Comics History: Jack Kirby’s Spider-Man” (See The Comics V1#5) Best of Alter Ego, The 1997: (r: Alter Ego 4) Thing 1/2p // (r: Alter Ego 10) SPQR (Hamster Press) Blue Bolt 1998: (SC reprints all Golden-Age Blue Bolt stories) (Verotik) Bring on the Bad Guys 1976: by Stan Lee (Simon & Schuster; HC and SC editions); (revised SC edition; 1997; Marvel) Brush Strokes with Greatness: The Life and Art of Joe Sinnott 2007: by Tim Lasinta (136 pages) (TwoMorrows) C.A.P.s How To Draw 1982: “Let’s Hear It For C.A.P.s” 1p Kirby - a (Comic Arts Professional Society) (See TJKC 44) Classics Illustrated 2002: by William B. Jones; “Jack Kirby” 2p (article) (McFarland & Co.) Collected Jack Kirby Collector Vol. 1, The 1997: edited by John Morrow; (SC reprints TJKC 1-9 with additional material) unpublished pencils: Captain America (2p), Captain Victory (7p), Comic Reader (2p), Fantastic Four (1p), Fantastic Four (storyboards; 2p), Hunger Dogs (3p), Journey into Mystery (1p), New Gods (4p), Prisoner (3p), Strange Tales (2p), Superman’s Pal Jimmy Olsen (2p), Thor (4p) Kirby - a(p) // Hunger Dogs (unaltered; 2p) Kirby/Royer - a // Self Portrait/Bio (by Kirby; 1988 National Cartoonist Society) // Boys City (1950s) Kirby/Simon - a (TwoMorrows) Collected Jack Kirby Collector Vol. 2, The 1998: edited by John Morrow; (SC reprints TJKC 10-12 with additional material) “The House That Jack Built” 17p (text and photos of a fan’s visit to the Kirby home), unpublished pencils: Action Comics (1p), Captain America (5p), Eternals (4p), Hunger Dogs (4p), Machine Man (2p), New Gods (3p), Our Fighting Forces (1p), Prisoner (2p), Strange Tales (2p), Superman’s Pal Jimmy Olsen (2p), Thor (3p) // Angel Kirby - a // Joshua At The Wall Of Jericho Kirby - a // Moses Kirby - a(p) // Thundarr (newspaper comic strip samples) (TwoMorrows) Collected Jack Kirby Collector Vol. 3, The 1999: edited by John Morrow; (SC reprints TJKC 13-15 with additional material) unpublished pencils: Captain America (4p), Demon (1p), Eternals (2p), Machine Man (2p), New Gods (2p), Our Fighting Forces (2p), The Prisoner (2p), Richard Dragon, Kung-Fu Fighter (2p), Superman’s Pal Jimmy Olsen (2p), Thor (1p), 2001: A Space Odyssey (1p) // Kobra Kirby/Amash - a // “Diary Of The Disappointed Doll” (pages 2-5) Kirby/DeZuniga - a (See Soul Love) // Future Mom Kirby - a(p) // Leader Kirby - a(p) // Thundarr (newspaper comic strip samples) Kirby - a(p) (TwoMorrows) Collected Jack Kirby Collector Vol. 4, The 2004: edited by John Morrow; (SC reprints TJKC 16-19 with additional material) unpublished pencils: Atlas (1p), Black Panther (1p), Captain America (2p), Destroyer Duck (1p), Devil Dinosaur (1p), Dingbats of Danger Street (2p), Eternals (1p), Forever People (2p), In the Days of the Mob (1p), Jimmy Olsen (1p), Kamandi (1p), Manhunter (1p), Marvel Triple Action (1p), Mister Miracle (2p), New Gods (2p), OMAC (1p), Our Fighting Forces (1p), Richard Dragon, Kung-Fu Fighter (1p), Silver Star (1p), Silver Surfer (2p), Soul Love (1p), Super Powers (1p), True Divorce Cases (1p), 2001: A Space Odyssey (1p), What If? (1p), animation concept (1p) (TwoMorrows) Collected Jack Kirby Collector Vol. 5, The 2006: edited by John Morrow; (SC reprints TJKC 20-22 with additional material) Collected Jack Kirby Collector Vol. 6, The 2008: edited by John Morrow; (SC reprints TJKC 23-26 with additional material) Comic Art Price Guide, The 2000: (2nd edition; HC and SC editions) by Jerry Weist; (Kirby original art listed and priced) (Arcturian Books) (See Original Comic Art) Comic Book Artist Collection, Vol. 1 2000: edited by Jon B. Cooke; (SC reprints CBA 1-3 with additional material: “Dedicated Nurse” 6p Kirby/Colletta - a (note: pages 2-7 from unpublished Soul Love 1) (TwoMorrows) Comic Book in America, The 1989: by Mike Benton (Taylor) Comic Book Makers, The 1990: by Joe Simon; “The Laughing Lizard” (unpublished Boy Explorers story) 12p Kirby/Simon - a // Bullseye Action Portfolio (reprint) // (r: BM V4#5) “The Greatest Horror Of Them All, The Amazing Story Of A Beautiful Freak” 5p // Stuntman (unpublished double page splashes) Kirby/Simon - a (Crestwood II Publications) Comic Books as History 1989: by Joseph Witek; (discusses Kirby’s Classics Illustrated Civil War art) (University Press of Mississippi) Comic Strip Jack Kirby, The 2006: edited by Greg Theakston (Kirby history and art 1917-1940) (See Checklist for comic reprints) “Determination On Suffolk Street: 1917-1935” 6p (article) // “Lincoln Features Syndicate: January 1936 to Late 1939” 3p (article) // “Associated Featurews Syndicate: May to July 1938” 2p (article) // “Magazine Art” 6p (article features 1940 Marvel pulp illustrations: “Beast of Chicago” // “This Is A Stick-Up” // “Love Bed Alibi” // “Sleigh Ride Of Death” //. “Pennies From Hell” // others) (Pure Imagination)

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Comics Journal Library, The: Volume One: Jack Kirby May 2002: Kirby - c (WWII art) // (r: NJ 30,31) “There is Something Stupid in Violence as Violence” 12p (Kirby interview features art: unpublished Black Magic, WWII field drawings, The Prisoner) // (r: NJ 27) “I Created An Army Of Characters, And Now My Connection With Them Is Lost” 4p (Kirby interview) // (r: CJ 134) “I’ve Never Done Anything Half-Heartedly” 32p (definitive Jack and Roz Kirby interview features art: Incan Visitation, Street Code, early comic strips, WWII drawings, Soul Love) // “The Monument Carver’s Stone” 10p (essay features art: Street Code, 2001: A Space Odyssey) // (r: CJ 167) “What Jack Kirby Did” 14p (essay) // (r: CJ 181) “Once and For All, Who was the Author of Marvel? 14p (essay) // “Kirby and Goliath: the Fight for Jack Kirby’s Marvel Artwork” 6p (overview features art: Artist In Contention With Contentious Monster”) // (r: CJ 105) “DC’s Open Letter to Marvel” 1p // (r: CJ 110) “Will Eisner’s Open Letter to Marvel” // (r: CJ 110) “The Four-Page Agreement” (from Marvel) // (r: CJ 110) “The Kirby Petition” 1p // (r: CJ 105) “God Save the King” 7p (article) // (r: CJ 105) “I’m A Guy Who Never Gave Anybody Trouble” 6p (Kirby interview) // (r: CJ 105) “Peer Pressure” 5p (comics industry panel discussion) // (color gallery features art: WWII drawings and letters) (Fantagraphics) Comix: A History of Comic Books in America 1971: by Les Daniels; (r: FF 11) “A Visit With The Fantastic Four” 11p (Bonanza) Complete Jack Kirby Vol. 1, The 1997: edited by Greg Theakston; (Kirby history and art: 1917—1940) (See Checklist for comic reprints) Forward 2p // “Determination on Suffolk Street: 1917-1935” 10p (article) // “Fleisher Studios: Spring 1935 to Late 1935” 1p (article) // “Lincoln Features Syndicate: January 1936 to Late 1939” 17p (article with over 50 strip reprints) // “Universal Phoenix Features: May-June 1938” 6p (article) // “Associated Features Syndicate: May to June 1938” 2p (article) // “TEM Publishing: Early 1940” 1p (article) // “Fox Features Syndicate: Late 1939 to Early 1940” 8p (article) // “Novelty Press: Early to Late 1940” 3p (article) // “Timely Publications: April 1940 to January 1941” 2p (article) // (summation / footnotes / bibliography) 2p (Pure Imagination) Complete Jack Kirby Vol. 2, The 1997: edited by Greg Theakston; (Kirby history and art: 1940—1941) (See Checklist for comic reprints) Forward 2p // “Kirby Speaks” (Kirby interview) 3p // “Bill Everett Speaks” 4p (interview) // “September 1940” 4p (article) // “October 1940” 2p (article) // “November 1940” 3p (article) // “December 1940” 3p (article) // “January 1941” 4p (article) // “February 1941” 3p (article) // “March 1941” 10p (article) // (summation / bibliography) 2p (Pure Imagination) Complete Jack Kirby Vol. 3, The 1998: edited by Greg Theakston; (Kirby history and art: Mar 1947—May 1947) (See Checklist for comic reprints) Forward 2p // “March 1947” (article) 6p // “April 1947” (article) 4p // “May 1947” (article with photos) 4p // (summation / bibliography / footnotes) 3p (Pure Imagination) Complete Jack Kirby Vol. 4, The 2001: edited by Greg Theakston; (Kirby history and art: Jun—Aug 1947) (See Checklist for comic reprints) Forward 2p // “June 1947” (article) 3p // “July 1947” (article) 3p // “August 1947” 3p // (summation / bibliography) 3p (Pure Imagination) Complete Jack Kirby Vol. 5, The 2005: edited by Greg Theakston; (Kirby history and art: Sep—Nov 1947) (Pure Imagination) Crime Comics: The Illustrated History 1993: by Mike Benton (Taylor) DC Comics: Sixty Years of the World’s Favorite Comic Book Heroes 1995: by Les Daniels (Bulfinch) Dreaming of Angels date?: “Eye Of The Falcon” (text only excerpt from Kirby novel, The Horde; edited by Janet Berliner) (Prime) Dreamer, The 1986: by Will Eisner (Kirby appears in graphic novel) (Kitchen Sink) Excelsior! The Amazing Life of Stan Lee 2002: by Stan Lee and George Mair (Fireside) Fantastic Four and the House of Horrors 1968: (Big Little Book reprints various Kirby panels, most from FFA 6) (Whitman) Fourth World Companion, The 2008: by John Morrow and George Khoury (TwoMorrows) Golden-Age Hero & Heroine Directory Vol. 1 1997: Green Hornet / Captain 3-D / Black Owl / Stuntman 8p Kirby - a (AC Comics) Golfers Anonymous 1961: (paperback book) by Stan Lee Cartoons Goldberg/Kirby - a (Madison Publishing) (See AE V3#18) Great American Comic Books 2001: by Ron Goulart (Publications International, Ltd.) Great Comic Book Heroes, The 1965: by Jules Feiffer; (r: CAC 1) “Case #1: Meet Captain America” 8p (Dial Press) (See Playboy Oct 1965) History of the DC Universe date?: “Even The Gods Have Flaws” 1p (text feature by Kirby) // New Gods 1p Kirby/Rude - a // Darkseid (part of 52 artist jam illustration) Kirby/Royer - a (repro from Art for Kid’s Sake poster) (DC Comics) Hommages 1996: (Kirby fanzine tribute portfolio by 14 artists) (Belgium) Horror Comics: The Illustrated History 1991: by Mike Benton (Taylor) Hot Tips from Top Comic Creators 1994: edited by Don Markstein; (features Kirby quotes) (Fictioneer Books, Ltd.) International Book of Comics, The 1984: by Denis Gifford (Crescent) Jack Kirby Checklist, The 1997-1998: Kirby - c(p) (Untitled) // (two beta versions feature (and solicit research for) comprehensive cross-referenced list of Kirby’s published and unpublished work) (TwoMorrows) Jack Kirby Checklist, The 1998: (Kirby photo cover) // (comprehensive cross-referenced list of Kirby’s published work; includes reprint data, bibilography, unpublished work list, and more // “Kirby’s X-Files” (DC Comics inventory page list) 100p (TwoMorrows) Jack Kirby Checklist, The 2008: (Kirby photo cover) // (“Gold Edition” updates comprehensive cross-referenced list of Kirby’s published work; includes reprint data, bibilography, unpublished work list, and more) (TwoMorrows) Jack Kirby: The Comics Journal Interviews 2001: edited by Eric Evans; (SC reprints interviews with Jack Kirby and critical essays; with artwork) (Fantagraphics) Jack Kirby’s Heroes and Villains 1987: by Jack Kirby; (HC; 130 pencil illustrations done for Rosalind Kirby; edition of 1,000) (Pure Imagination) (See 1994 edition for character content) Jack Kirby’s Heroes and Villains 1994: by Jack Kirby; (SC; with 125 guest inkers) “The King And I” 2p (intro by Steranko) // Captain America (Windsor-Smith) // Darkseid (Starlin) // Orion (Bailey) // Granny Goodness (Freeman) // Highfather (Laird) // Kalibak (Howell) // Lightray (Panosian) // Mister Miracle / Oberon (Eastman) // Big Barda (Stevens) // Demon (Gordon) // Thing (Sinnott) // Thor (Smith) // Hulk (Thibodeaux) // Doctor Doom (Manely) // Sgt. Nick Fury (J. Beatty) // Odin (Simonson) // Newsboy Legion (Kesel) // Watcher (O’Connell) // Boy Explorers (Steranko) // Kamandi (Stone) // Prince Tuftan (Shanower) // Ben Boxer (Rude) // Guardian (Kane) // Brooklyn (Morehouse) // Alfie (Butler) // Jan (T. Beatty) // Rip Carter (Darrow) // Sandman (Hempel) // Sandy (Christopher) // Loki (Vokes) // Balder (Weatley) // Wabash (Paquette) // Dandy (Reed) // Bullseye (Harris) // Angel (Weiss) // Flower / Spirit (Elliott) // Klarion (Lasick) // Reed Richards / Sue Storm (Byrne) // Oberon (Wein) // Fighting American (Machlan) // Speedboy (Elliott) // Challengers of the Unknown (Staton) // Yellow Claw (Burden) // Stuntman (Gibbons) // Fly (Gilbert) // Three Rocketeers (Zeck) // Puppet Master (Kuper) // Blue Bolt (Carbarga) // Mark Moonrider (McKenna) // Beautiful Dreamer (Adams) // Serifan (Evanier) // Big Bear (Parks) // DeSaad (Jones) // Shilo Norman (Parrish) // Jimmy Olsen (Blevins) // Black Bolt (Hamilton) // Count Dragorin / Lupek (Rude) // Gorgon (Pacella) // Invincible Man (Wolf) // Karnak (Miki) // Attuma (Austin) // Crystal / Lockjaw (Waller) // Tana Nile (M. Bodé) //


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Baseball Cards 1961: (various card back illustrations) Kirby - a (Topps) (See TJKC 10) Boy Loves Girl, Girl Loves Boy 1992: (postcard set reprints Young Romance Comics 6 cover) (Pantheon) Captain Action 1967: (card game in mailing box) (Captain America card r: c FM 5 with added material) // (Sgt. Fury card r: from SF 12?) (Kool-Pops) Comic Art Tribute to Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, The Oct 1994: (set of 50 cards; published and unpublished art retrospective) 1: Jack Kirby photo // 2: God 1 (Balduur) Kirby/Heck - a // 3: God 2 (Heimdall) Kirby/Heck - a // 4: Blue Bolt Kirby/Carbaga - a // 5: (r: Punch & Judy V3#1) Lockjaw // 6: Captain 3-D Kirby/Black - a // 7: (r: Crash Comics 1) The Solar Legion // 8: (r: Red Raven Comics 1 cover) // 9: (r: Champion Comics 9 cover) // 10: (r: Marvel Stories V2#2) “The Queen Of Venus” // 11: (r: My Date Comics 3 cover) // 12: (r: Stuntman Comics 3 cover) // 13: (r: Boy Explorers Comics 3 cover) // 14: (r: Headline Comics 37 cover) // 15: (r: Justice Traps the Guilty 1 cover) // 16: Link Thorne Kirby/Leon - a // 17: (r: Young Romance Comics 1 cover) // 18: Angel Kirby/Weiss - a // 19-20: (2-part cards r: Boys’ Ranch 3) “Social Night In Town” // 21: Bullseye Kirby/Harris - a // 22: (r: Police Trap 1 cover) // 23: (r: Foxhole 2 cover) // 24: (r: Bullseye 5 cover) // 25: (unpublished Foxhole 4 cover) Kirby/Simon - a // 26: (r: Western Tales 31 cover) // 27: Fighting American Kirby/Machlan - a // 28: (r: Fighting American 1 cover) // 29: Speedboy Kirby/Elliott - a // 30: Fun Commies Kirby/Leialoha - a // 31: Boy Explorers Kirby/Steranko - a // 32: Fun Villains & Heroes Kirby/Fingerman - a, // 33: God 3 (Honir) Kirby/Heck - a // 34: (r: Win A Prize Comics 1) 2p // 35: (unpublished Win A Prize Comics 3 cover) Kirby - a // 36: (unpublished Race For The Moon 1 cover) Kirby/Simon - a // 37: The Three Rocketeers Kirby/Zeck - a // 38: Thundarr Kirby/Rubinstein - a // 39: (unpublished First Issue Special 1 cover; “Atlas”) Kirby/Leialoha - a // 40-41: (2-part cards) Joshua Kirby/Ziuko - a // 42: Bat-Head Kirby/Theakston - a // 43: Tribes Trilogy “Wild Woman” Kirby - a // 44: Untitled (collage) Kirby - a // 45: (r: West Magazine; Los Angeles Times; 1972) “Pioneer 10” Kirby/Royer - a // 46: Mechanoid Kirby - a // 47: (r: Buried Treasure 1 cover; “Gladiator”) // 48:. Tribes Trilogy “Warrior” Kirby - a // 49: Galactic Head Kirby - a // 50: (r: Airboy Comics V4#4 cover) // (checklist) (21st Century Archives) Comic Art Tribute to Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, The Oct 1994: (subset of 10 cards; published and unpublished art retrospective) (Homage subset) K1: (Steacy - a) // K2: (Dorman - a) // K3: (Rude - a) // K4: (Barr - a) // K5: (Duerr - a) // (Machines subset) M1: Dream Machine Kirby - a // M2: Machine Kirby - a // M3: Warrior Kirby - a // M4: Incan Visitation Kirby - a // M5: The Visitor On Highway 6 Kirby - a DC Cosmic Cards 1992: #173: (r: c NG 1) (Impel) Dracula 1993: (set of nine puzzle cards; packaged with Vlad the Impaler comics) Kirby/Mignola - a (Topps) Famous Comic Book Creators 1992: (multi-card set features #15: Joe Simon; #100: Jack Kirby) (Eclipse) Golden Age of Comics 1995: #16: (r: Clue Comics V2#3) (Comic Images) Incredible Hulk, The 2003: (set of 4 “Jack King Kirby Film” cards) (Upper Deck) Jack Kirby Memorial Oct 1994: (phone card; edition: 10,000; Kirby photo) (GTS) Jack Kirby The Unpublished Archives Oct 1994: (set of 90 cards; unpublished Ruby-Spears animation concepts) Kirby - a(p) (non-bold: not Kirby) 1: Space Blaster, 2: Empire of Steel, 3: Deathdirge, 4: Video Rangers on the Loose, 5: Wild Worms, 6: The Last Private Eye, 7: Lord Thunder’s Deadly Forces, 8: Magicmobile, 9: Smallest Superhero, 10: Hot Pursuit, 11: Malevolent Magic, 12: Cassette Man, 13: Blending in with the Scenery, 14: Roxie’s in Trouble, 15: Rogue Force, 16: Hammered, 17: Shark Jet, 18: Roxie to the Rescue, 19: Two-Faced, 20: A Perfect Fit, 21: Roxie’s Rivals, 22: Controlling Evil, 23: Quaint but Deadly, 24: Skanner’s Supporting Cast, 25: Time Devils, 26: Lava Man, 27: Battle of the Earth Blasters, 28: Roxie’s Sidekicks, 29: Giraffe, the Human Periscope, 30: Superbus, 31: Jet-Pack Commandos, 32: Vehicle of Deceptor, 33: Madcap Medical Staff, 34: Future Force, 35: Manfitting Boat, 36: Powersuit, 37: Tommy, 38: Gargoids, 39: Animal Hospital, 40: Techno-Claws, 41: Dragon-Spies, 42: Train-Tank, 43: Earth Blaster Vehicle, 44: Barbaric Bobsled, 45: Laser Trip, 46: Thunder Dragons, 47: 747 Submarines, 48: Tempest, 49: Rogue Force Vehicle, 50: Breakout, 51: Manly Drake, 52: Skanner’s Gloves, 53: Magical Minivan, 54: Skanner in Action, 55: Making the Micro-Mites, 56: Catfish, 57: Breakout’s Vehicle, 58: Micro-Mites, 59: Car Trouble, 60: Metallum, 61: Breakthrough, 62: Everything Multi-Car, 63: Unlikely Heroes, 64: Cloak’s Device, 65: Street Angels, 66: Clutching Claw, 67: Amazoids, 68: Toad Takes Off, 69: Battle Whale, 70: Mystikor’s Flying Carpet, 71: Rebels of Rogue Force, 72: Rocket Tunnel Digger, 73: Battle Plane, 74: Gripper Tank, 75: Flying Knight, 76: Tiger Shark, 77: Dr. Chill & Company, 78: Warriors of Illusion, 79: Hidden Harry, 80: Crusher, 81: Firepower Flatbed, 82: Double the Destruction, 83: Technotank, 84: Sneak Attack, 85: Underground Ambush, 86: Power Planet, 87: Villains of Camoflage Corps, 88: Four-Arms, 89: Power Plane, 90: Checklist (note: promo card features art unpublished in set; See TJKC 4) (Comic Images) Jack Kirby The Unpublished Archives Oct 1994: (uncut strip edition; set of 6 cards; unpublished Ruby-Spears animation concepts) Kirby - a(p) 1: Submobile // 2: Warriors Of Illusion Vehicles // 3: Camoflage Corps. Vehicle #1 // 4: Earth Blasters // 5: Supervehicle // 6: Camoflage Corps. Vehicle #2 (Comic Images) Jack Kirby Unseen Works Oct 1994: (set of 3 phone cards with folder; 5,000 sets) Kirby - a(p) (CDG) Jack Kirby Unseen Works Series II Apr 1995: (set of 3 phone cards with folder; 3500 sets) Kirby - a(p) (Active Marketing) Lone Ranger 1971: (card game puzzle package front, back) Kirby/Royer - a (Mattel) (see TJKC 10) Madman x 50: Bubblegum Not Included Aug 1994: (set of 50 cards; 1 Kirby card) Madman Kirby/Theakston - a (Dark Horse) Marvel Greeting Cards 1971: (Set of 24 6” x 9 1/4” blacklight cards) Kirby repros on TE-145-M-50 Silver Surfer (r: FF 76, pg. 6) // TE-146-M-50 Thor (r: Thor 159, pg. 3) // TE-152-M-50 Galactus (r: ?) // TE-153-M-50 Thor / Odin (r: ?) // TE-154-M-50 unknown (“I love you because you’re different”) // TE-163-M-50 Thor (r: ?) (Third Eye) Marvel Greeting Cards Display 1971: (12” x 15” flourescent, thick cardboard display features: Thor / Spider-Man / Hulk / Doctor Strange / Captain America / Human Torch (Third Eye) Marvel Masterpieces 1992: #13,40,46 (r: c XM 1) (Skybox) Marvel Masterpieces 1992: 1: (r: c IH 1), 2: (r: FF 1) Human Torch, 3: (r: JIM 83) Thor, 7: (r: XM 1) Cyclops, 11: (r: FF 48) Silver Surfer, 14: (r: FF 1) Thing, 15: (r: c CAC 1), 16: (r: XM 5) Angel, 17: (r: XM 1) Beast, 21: (r; FF 5) Doctor Doom, 37: (r: FF 67) Him (Warlock), 47: (r: FFS 6) Annihulus, 58: (r: JIM 114) Absorbing Man, 62: (r: TTA 44) Wasp, 75: (r: XM 1) Marvel Girl, 79: (r: CAC 7) Red Skull, 82: (r: JIMA 1) Hercules, 86: (r: FF 45) Crystal (Skybox) Marvel Superhero Card Game 1978: (set of 39 giant cards; many with unspecified Kirby art (reprint) (Milton-Bradley) Marvel Superheros 1966: (Set of 66 cards; wrapper/display box repro Kirby art) // Kirby repro art on cards: 1-3,6,10: Captain America, // 46-48,50: Hulk // 56-66: Thor // (back of each card contains piece of larger super-hero puzzle); cards 1-4,12-16,23-26,29,30,32,430-44, 47-55,58-66 required to complete: Thor / Captain America / Iron Man / Hulk; Kirby - a(r) (Donruss) Marvel Universe 1 1990: (set of 162 cards) // 125: (r: c XM 1), 126: (r: c AF 15), 128: (r: c JIM 83), 130: (r: c AV 1), 131: (r: c ASM 1), 135: (r: c TOS 39), 136: (r: c AV 4) (Impel)


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Goldie Gold and Action Jack 1981-1982: (13 episodes; animation character development) Kirby - a (Ruby-Spears / ABC) Gulliver’s Travels 1937: (animation; in-betweens) Kirby - a (Kirby claimed to have worked on some) (Max Fleischer Studios) (See Popeye) Hawkman 1987: (freelance development art) Kirby - a (Ruby-Spears) (See JKQ 10, TJKC 30) Heartbreak High 1980s: (freelance development art) Kirby - a (Ruby-Spears) (See TJKC 30) Herculoids (See Space Stars) Incredible Hulk, The Mar 30, 1979: (TV show features Kirby in cameo as police sketch artist; second-season episode: “No Escape”) (CBS) Journey’s End 1929: (World War I play by R.C. Sheriff) (“Jackie” Kurtzberg - plays part of Raleigh in High School stage production) (note: typewritten script exists with Kurtzberg pencil art on cover: Soldiers) (See TJKC 45) Julius Caesar May 15-29, 1969: Julius Caesar / Pawsher (aka Portia) / Soothsayer (theatrical costume design and poster art) Kirby - a (note: Sheldon Feldner, director (University of California at Santa Cruz) (See Alter Ego V3#10, Peninsula Living, TJKC 13,19 (tracings) KISS 1978-1979: Gene Simmons / Paul Stanley / Ace Frehley / Peter Criss (rock band animation character development and storyboards; rejected for looking “too scary”) Kirby - a (Hanna-Barbera) Laser Tag Academy 1986-87: (14 episodes; animation character development) Kirby - a (Ruby-Spears / NBC) Late Night with Conan O’Brien Jan 12, 1995: (Stan Lee TV interview acknowledges co-creator credits with Kirby and Ditko) (NBC) Legendary Super Powers Show, The 1984-85: (freelance development art) Kirby - a (See Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians, World’s Greatest Super Friends) Lord of Light, The 1978-1979: (movie / theme park development art) Kirby/Royer - a (See Collected TJKC 2, Mediascene 41, TJKC 11) “The Northeast Corner Of Heaven” / “Terminal Of The Gods” / “Planetary Control Room” / “Pavilions Of Joy” / “The Seven Faces Of The Gods” / “Royal Chambers Of Brahma” (interior) / “Royal Chambers Of Brahma” (exterior) / “Science Fiction Land” / “Brahma’s Supremacy” / “Jet Tube Transporter” / “Hostel Of Hawkana” / “The Lord Of Light” (aka “Sam”) / “Streets Of Heaven” (retitled: “Angel”) Lord of Light, The 1978-1979: (media kit); (edition of 30-40 spiral-bound coloring books; edition of 20-30 HC; includes all drawings) Marvel Super-Heroes 1966-1967: (animation character development / storyboards) Captain America / Iron Man / Hulk / Sub-Mariner / Thor Kirby - a (Grant-Ray-Lawrence Company) Messiah, The late 1940s: (Broadway theatrical proposal) Kirby/Simon (script) (See JKQ 12) Micromites 1980s: (freelance development art) Kirby - a (Ruby-Spears) (See JKUA) Mighty Magon 1980s: (freelance development art) Mighty Magon / Untitled 2p Kirby - a(p) (Ruby-Spears) (See TJKC 43) Mindmaster 1986: (movie development drawings; aka: “Mister Invincible”) Kirby - a(p) (Empire Films) (See Hollywood Reporter, TJKC 11,19,27, Variety) Misfits, The Mighty 1980s: (freelance development art) Rackets McGee / Double Dinah / Rotten Harry / Count of Cool / Squeaker Kirby - a (Ruby-Spears) (See TJKC 30) Mister Invincible (See Mindmaster) Mister T. 1983-1986: (30 episodes; animation character development) Kirby - a (Ruby-Spears/NBC) (See TJKC 30) Phantom, The 1980s: (freelance development art) Kirby - a (Ruby-Spears) (See TJKC 30) Planet of The Apes, The 1980s: (freelance development art) Urko / Galen / Zyra / Zaius / Jheena Kirby - a (Ruby-Spears) (See Return to the Planet of the Apes, TJKC 30) Plastic Man early 1980s: (animation character development) Kirby - a (Ruby-Spears) Popeye 1935-1937: (animation; in-betweens) Kirby - a (Max Fleischer Studios) estimated to have worked on: “King Of The Marti Gras” (Sep 27, 1935) / “Adventures Of Popeye” (Oct 25, 1935) / “The Spinach Overture” (Dec 7, 1935) / “Vim Vigor And Vitaliky (Jan 3, 1936) / “A Clean Shaven Man” (Feb 7, 1936) / “Brotherly Love” (Mar 6, 1936) /“I-Ski, LoveSki, You-Ski (Apr 3, 1936) / “Bridge Ahoy” (May 1, 1936) / “What, No Spinach?” (May 7, 1936) / “I Wanna Be A Lifeguard” (Jun 26, 1936) / “Let’s Get Movin’” (Jul 24, 1936) / “Never Kick A Woman” (Aug 28, 1936) / “Little Swee’ Pea” (Sep 25, 1936) / “Hold The Wire” (Oct 23, 1936) / “The Spinach Roadster” (Nov 26, 1936) / “Popeye The Sailor Meets Sinbad The Sailor” (Nov 27, 1936) / “I’m In The Army Now” (12-25-36) / “The Paneless Window Washer” (Jan 22, 1937) / “Organ Grinder’s Swing” (Feb 19, 1937) / “My Artistical Temperature” (Mar 19, 1937) (See CJL, KU) Power Planet 1980s: (freelance development art) Lava Man / Metallum / Tiger Shark / Crusher / Captain Lightning / Four Arms Kirby - a (Ruby-Spears) (See JKUA) Prince Valiant 1980s: (freelance development art; villian concepts: Distortion Mirrors / Morgaine Le Fey / Gork / Puppet / Vortex / Mutant Queen Kirby - a (Ruby-Spears) (See TJKC 30) Princess of Power 1987: (freelance development art) Kirby - a (Ruby-Spears) Prisoners Of Gravity 1992: (Canada television show on comics) Interview with Kirby (See TJKC 14) Radio May 14, 1971: “The Great Electric Bird” Interview with Kirby on WNUR-FM Radio, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL, USA) (See NJ 27) Radio Sep 18, 1974: 60 min. Interview with Kirby on KNJO Radio, Thousand Oaks, CA, USA (by Jerry Connelly) (See CBG 1401) Radio 1975: Interview with Stan Lee on unknown radio station; Jack Kirby Calls In); Los Angeles, CA, USA (by Carole Hemmingway) Radio 1986: “Hour 25” Interview with Kirby on KPFK 90.7 Radio, Los Angeles, CA, USA) (note: with Frank Miller / Mark Evanier / Steve Gerber / Arthur Byron Cover) (See TJKC 19) Raven, The 1980s: (freelance development art) Demon Hunter Kirby - a (Ruby-Spears) (See TJKC 30) Rambo 1986: (65 episodes; animation character development) Kirby - a (Ruby-Spears/syndicated) Return to the Planet of The Apes, The 1974: (freelance development art) Virdon / Burke / Blonde Companion / Toonak / Ape Kirby - a (DePatie-Freleng / NBC) (See TJKC 32) Rogue Force 1980s: (freelance development art) Kreep / Beautiful Benji (aka Dirty Harald) / Roger Ramrod / Caroline Cupcake / Number One / Time Looter / Alexander the Greatest / Myro Moneymad / Smasher Kirby - a (Ruby-Spears) (See JKUA) Ronin Rocketeers, The 1979: (animation concept) 1p Kirby - a(p) (See TJKC 15) Roxie’s Raiders 1981: (animation character development) Roxie / Buster / Tommy / Toad / Big Hands / Chameleon / Bad Guys / Catfish / Giraffe Kirby - a (Ruby-Spears) (See JKQ 10, JKUA, TJKC 30) Schmoo, The (See Fred and Barney meet The Thing / Schmoo) Scooby and Scrappy Doo 1980-81: (13 episodes; animation character development & storyboards) Kirby - a (Hanna-Barbera / ABC)


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Sectaurs 1985: (5 episodes; animation character development) Kirby - a (Ruby-Spears (syndicated) Silver Star 1975-1980s: (screenplay by Kirby/Sherman; WGAW Reg. #166408: Mar 11, 1977) // (concept art) Kirby - a(p) (See JKQ 10, Silver Star Graphite Edition, TJKC 19,21,30) Silver Surfer 1998: (animation series based on character designs by Kirby) Silver Surfer / Galactus (Fox Broadcasting) Skanner 1980s: (freelance development art) Kirby - a (Ruby-Spears) (See JKUA, TJKC 30) Space Ghost 1981-1982: (freelance development art) Space Ghost / Toyman Kirby - a(p) (Ruby-Spears) (See Space Stars) Space Stars 1981-1982: (animation character development) Kirby - a: Astro and the Space Mutts (11 episodes) / Herculoids (11 episodes) / Space Ghost (22 episodes) / Space Stars Finale (11 episodes) / Teen Force (11 episodes) (Ruby-Spears / NBC) Space Stars Finale 1981-1982: (freelance development art) Shagog 1p Kirby - a(p) (Ruby-Spears) (See Space Stars) Street Angels 1980s: (freelance development art) Plowboy / Rosita / Short Stuff / Mustafa Murvat / Officer Dyson / Officer Terwilliger Kirby - a (Ruby-Spears) (See JKUA) Super Friends (See World’s Greatest Super Friends, Legendary Super Powers Show) Superman Sep 1988: (freelance development art) Kirby - a (Ruby-Spears/CBS) Super Powers (See Legendary Super Powers Show, Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians) Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians, The 1985-1986: (freelance development art) Kirby - a (See Legendary Super Powers Show, World’s Greatest Super Friends) Teen Agents 1986: (freelance development art) Kirby - a (Ruby-Spears) (See TJKC 31) Teen Force (See Space Stars) Thing, The (See Fred and Barney meet The Thing / Schmoo, Fantastic Four) Thor 1978-1979: (animation character development) 1p Kirby/Alcala - a (DePatie-Freling Prod. / NBC) (See TJKC 37) Thundarr the Barbarian 1980-82: (21 episodes; animation character development) Thundarr / Ariel / Janus Kirby - a (Ruby-Spears / ABC) (See AOJK, Collected TJKC 2,3, Comic Times 4, JKQ 11, TJKC 28,30,38) Tiger 21 1950s: (television concept art presented to: NBC TV; recycled from: Starman Zero) Kirby - a (See TJKC 11,32) Time Angels 1980s: (freelance development art) Kirby - a (Ruby-Spears) (See JKUA) Turbo Teen 1984-1985: (13 episodes; animation character development) Kirby - a (Ruby-Spears / ABC) (See TJKC 30) Us Guys date?: (Rosalind Kirby describes manuscript for this play about comic book industry; exists?) Kirby (script) (See TJKC 46, pg. 11) Video Rangers, The 1980s: (freelance development art) Kirby - a (Ruby-Spears) (See JKUA) Warriors of Illusion, The 1980s: (freelance development art) Malacar / Abax / Magicmobile / Breakout / Mystikor Kirby - a (Ruby-Spears) (See JKUA) Wonder Boys, The 1980s: (freelance development art) Kirby - a (Ruby-Spears) (See TJKC 30) Wonder Woman 1987: (freelance development art) Kirby - a (Ruby-Spears) (See JKQ 10, TJKC 30,38) Wonderama 1960s: (New York City television program features Interview with Kirby (at drawing board); also Lee / Romita) World’s Greatest Super Friends, The 1979-1980: Kirby (16 plots) 4p // (8 episodes; animation character development) Super Monster (amalgam of Superman / Batman / Wonder Woman) / Superman (Knight) / Superman (King) / Tar Monster / Mr. Mxyzptlk Kirby - a (Hanna-Barbera / ABC) (See Legendary Super Powers Show, Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians, JKQ 11, TJKC 28,30,47) Worm Stompers (See Earth Blasters) Zone Show, The Nov 21, 1984: (30 minute Kirby Interview on Ray Zone’s public access television show in California, USA) (Group W) Untitled 1980s: (freelance development art concepts) Cassette Man / Space Blaster / Computo Bots / Multi-Car / Amazoids / Gripper Tank / Flying Knight / Hidden Harry (aka: Harry the Head) / Jason Blanchard / Mekani-King / Wonder Chair / Labor Launch / General Ortiz / Rupert Rex, King of the World / Commander Frost / Chop Rod / Wind Master / Kirby Kars Kirby - a (Ruby-Spears) (See Collected TJKC 3, JKUA, TJKC 21) Untitled 1980s: (animation character development for futuristic rock band: Ferple / Rip / Gabriel “Body Glows” / Omar / Fenderella / Allusion / Ego) Kirby - a(p) (Ruby-Spears) (See TJKC 16) Untitled 1980s: (animation character development) Stand Glider / Schizoid Helmet / Bazooka Boots / Freeze Pellets / Exploder / Rahmis the Invader / Indestructable Jayne Davidson (note: recycled in Silver Star, Phantom Force) Kirby - a(p) (Ruby-Spears) (See TJKC 21) // Edna Dingle / Little Bonnie Bluebird / Mister Terrific / Mister Horrible Kirby - a(p) (See TJKC 45)

MISCELLANEOUS Action Figures See Big Jim, Captain Action, Super Powers Action Flasher Rings 1966: (display card) (Marvel Super-Heroes; same art repro in Esquire 394) Kirby - a (signed; assist: Romita) (Vari-Vue) Ashtray 1960s: (ceramic (with gold trim) sales premium featues Human Torch) Kirby - a (Marvel) Avengers 1965: (t-shirt) Kirby/Giacoia - a (Captain America) (note: Hawkeye vignette reprinted from: TOS 57, pg. 5; Scarlet Witch / Quicksilver vignettes reprinted from: ST 128, pg. 3) (Marvel) Avengers 1966: (button; repro from AV #?) Battle for a Three Dimensional World 1983: (promo header card; 8 1/4” x 14” cardboard) Kirby/Thibodeaux - a (3D Cosmic Publications) Beast, The 1975: (Big Jim vehicle toy box art) Kirby/Royer - a (Mattel) (See TJKC 31) Beast Rider 1990: (limited edition serigraph announced, but probably not issued by Glen Kolleda) (Artnet) (See Jacob and The Angel) Big Jim (See Beast, Dr. Steel, Warpath, Whip) Big Jim Blue Commander 1975: (action figure window box art on front, back) Kirby/Royer - a (Mattel) (See TJKC 31) Big Jim Gold Commander 1975: (action figure thin box art with J. Buscema/Sinnott comic book inside) Kirby/Royer - a (Mattel) Boy Commandos 1945-1946: (tattoo package; 5” x 7 1/2” illustrated envelope contains two 4” x 7” full color reversed tattoo transfer sheets; with instructions and promo “Follow the Adventures of the Boy Commandos in Detective Comics, Boy Commandos, World’s Finest Comics”) Kirby/Nicholas - a (See TJKC 7) Bumper Stickers 1966: (Captain America - repro c FM 3) // (Hulk - repro c TTA 77) // (Iron Man - repro c TOS 60) // (Thor - repro JIM 105) Bumper Sticker 1996: (Kirby commemorative by Jeremy Kirby) (Jack Kirby Estate) Business Card date?: (for a neighbor’s horse training service) Kirby - a (See TJKC 12) Captain America / Bucky 1941: (mailing envelope; 3 versions) Kirby/Simon - a (Timely / Marvel)

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UNPUBLISHED • UNTITLED • UNKNOWN untitled graffiti early 1930s: (various fences, walls, floors; ex: “Mrs. McCloskey is a fink”) Kurtzberg - a (pre-Kirby) (New York City) untitled portrait studies late 1930s: (various) Kurtzberg - a(p) (pre-Kirby) (See TJKC 27,45) untitled cartoon figure studies 1930s: (various) Lady Centurion / Gladiators Kurtzberg - a(p) (pre-Kirby) (See TJKC 34,37) unknown comic strips 1930s: (numerous daily comic strip and panel samples) Kurtzberg - a (pre-Kirby) untitled 1950s: (crime cover concept) 1p Kirby/Simon - a // “Gang Funeral” ?p Kirby - a (exists?) (See KU, TJKC 25) untitled 1950s: (unfinished crime cover concept) 1p Kirby - a(p) (See TJKC 34) untitled 1950s: (romance cover concept) 1p Kirby - a(p) (See TJKC 34) untitled 1950s: (unfinished romance cover concept) 1p Kirby - a(p) (See TJKC 34) unknown 1960s—1970: (rejected page pile maintained by Sol Brodsky at Marvel; some given to fans) ?p Kirby - a(p) (note: Shooter details in TJKC 24, pg. 29) unknown Jan 1966: (presentation art) Ditko - a (Ditko created art to present to investors for nascent comic book publishing imprint concept by Ditko/Kirby) (note: Ditko went to DC Comics / Charlton Comics, and Kirby remained at Marvel) untitled 1966: (art gifted to Don Heck for inking Kirby’s Gods) Untitled / Robot 2p Kirby - a(p) (Don Heck) (See TJKC 42,45) unknown 1966: (Black New Gods’ New Genesis concept character) 1p Kirby - a(p) (DC Comics) (See TJKC 32, 37) unknown 1969: (“Napoleonic War” concept sample pages shown to fan Barry Alfonso; recycled in Spirit World?) (See TJKC 43, pg. 32) untitled Annual 1970: (Mike Royer re-touches (1940s-1950s) Kirby romance stories to reflect cultural change for unpublished reprint annual; approx. 12 re-touched stories exist) (note: DC also planned horror and mystery reprints, but no art re-touched) (DC Comics) unknown 1971: (unused Marvel Black Panther pages) 2-3p Kirby/Royer - a (note: Royer’s inking samples for DC Comics) (See TJKC 39, pg. 63) unknown 1970s: (unfinished science-fiction story page is drawn on small 1970s DC Comics board) (DC Comics) (See TJKC 34, pg. 52) unknown 1975: (story synopsis described by Kirby at Comic Art Con in NY involves retelling of Romeo & Juliet: features a male and female robot in different factories who fall in love via ESP—they wreck the city getting to each other; both are destroyed in explosion when they meet, as anti-matter meets matter) (art exists?) (See Starbaby, TJKC 13, pg. 35) unknown 1970s: (rejected page pile maintained at Marvel) ?p Kirby - a(p) untitled 1981: (horror concept) 1p Kirby - a(p) (See TJKC 28) untitled 1985: (concept art) 1p Kirby - a(p) (See TJKC 26) unknown 1940—1986 (orphan pages pile maintained by Kirby; some pages given to Rosalind Kirby) ?p Kirby - a(p) (note: Evanier details in TJKC 36, pg. 6 // TJKC 43, pg. 14)

COVER RE-CREATIONS (These are re-creations of famous Marvel covers, drawn by Kirby in 1993. Logos and balloons were hand-lettered by Kirby to distinguish them from the originals (in case they still exist). These drawings were fully authorized by Marvel Comics, and all proceeds went to Kirby’s Estate (minus Sotheby’s commissions and a share to Dick Ayers for the inked pieces.) 1993: date?: 1993: 1993: 1993: 1993: 1993: 1993: 1993: 1993: 1993:

Amazing Fantasy 15 Kirby - a (pencils only) Amazing Fantasy 15 Kirby - a(p) (note: features Spider-Man carrying Ditko away) (See PI V3#1, TJKC 30) Amazing Spider-Man 1 Kirby - a (pencils only) Fantastic Four 1 Kirby/Ayers - a Fantastic Four 4 Kirby/Ayers - a Fantastic Four 5 Kirby/Ayers - a Fantastic Four 39 Kirby - a(p) (note: fan commission) Journey into Mystery 83 Kirby/Ayers - a Strange Tales 89 Kirby/Ayers - a Tales of Suspense 39 Kirby - a (pencils only) X-Men 1 Kirby/Ayers - a

NOVELS • SHORT STORIES • ESSAYS Angel Face date?: (Roz describes manuscript as a western featuring an angelic faced kid) Kirby (text) (See TJKC 46, pg. 11) Conversations With Jack 1989-1992: (Ray Wyman’s colection of essays based upon interviews with Kirby) Childhood Stories Part 1: The Block // The Kid Who Drew On Walls // The Brotherhood (Blue Rose Press) (See AOJK, TJKC 45) Eye Of The Falcon, The 1993: (text-only excerpt from Kirby novel, The Horde; edited by Janet Berliner—intended for “Behind the Mask” anthology book) (Bantam) (See Dreaming of Angels) Horde, The 1969—1970s: (350 page novel by Kirby; synopsis: “A tale of racial hatred and mysticism set in Mongolia.”; “Another Hitler will threaten the USA—this time, he’ll come wrapped in an American flag.”) (versions: 1970 / 1972 / 1976 / 1977 / 1979) (“...he (Jack) got scared, because he said every time he was writing something, it was coming true in the newspapers. And he was so sure that he was going to end the world” —Roz Kirby (Dec 12, 1995) (Horde excerpts published in: David Copperfield’s Tales of the Impossible, Dreaming of Angels, and Galaxy Magazine) (See TJKC 16,32,46) Horde, The 1995: (Kirby/Wyman re-written manuscript adaptation of novel) Horde, The 1996: (Kirby/Wyman/Burke re-written screenplay adaptation of novel) Stop The Panzers date?: (Roz describes manuscript as a war story) Kirby (text) (See TJKC 46, pg. 11)

FAMILY • PERSONAL Jack Kirby (Jacob Kurtzberg) • born: August 28, 1917 / married: May 23, 1942 / deceased: February 6, 1994 Rosalind Kirby (neé Goldstein) • born: September 25, 1922 / married: May 23, 1942 / deceased: December 22, 1997 Susan Kirby • born: December 6, 1945 // Neal Kirby • born: May 25, 1948 Barbara Kirby • born: November 29, 1952 // Lisa Kirby • born: September 7, 1960 United States Army • drafted: June 7, 1943 // basic training: Camp Stewart, Georgia // Served in Company F, 11th Infantry in France // honorably discharged: July 20, 1945 // awarded: Combat Infantry Badge, European/African/Middle Eastern Theatre Ribbon, Bronze Battle Star

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Jack Kirby retained paper copies of many of his pages from the 1960s-1980s, still in their pencil form. Some were sent to him by Marvel Comics in the 1960s (to help him maintain continuity from issue to issue), and these are generally either graytone stats or “thermal faxstyle” photocopies. Kirby got his own home copier around May 1971, while he was working on DC Comics’ November 1971 issues, and made his own “thermal fax” xeroxes from then-on. A few from the 1960s are oversized xeroxes on very thin tracing paper. These copies form a remarkable archive of images, showing Kirby’s raw penciling power before inkers or editors added to or altered the artwork, and the following is a list of pages that have been scanned and archived. More pages are likely to surface in the future, and a more detailed, expanded, and continually updated listing is accessible at the Jack Kirby Museum & Research Center: www.kirbymuseum.org

TITLE 2001: A Space Odyssey 2001: A Space Odyssey 2001: A Space Odyssey 2001: A Space Odyssey 2001: A Space Odyssey 2001: A Space Odyssey 2001: A Space Odyssey 2001: A Space Odyssey 2001: A Space Odyssey 2001: A Space Odyssey Action Comics Amazing Heroes Anything Goes Atlas Avengers Avengers Avengers Avengers Avengers Avengers Avengers Avengers Battle For A 3-D World Black Hole Black Hole Black Hole Black Panther Black Panther Black Panther Black Panther Black Panther Black Panther Black Panther Black Panther Black Panther Black Panther Black Panther Black Panther Blue Ribbon Boy Explorers Boy Explorers Boy Explorers Bruce Lee Captain 3-D Captain America Captain America Captain America Captain America Captain America Captain America Captain America Captain America Captain America Captain America Captain America Captain America Captain America

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