It really is sad that Kirby never got to flesh out most of his ideas. His art alone was worth a five hundred issue run imho.
Steppenwolf would like to take you on a magic carpet ride.
Pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Terry Austin.
Both versions of Steppenwolf by Kirby had some pretty slick designs imho.
Sorry, looking at Rob Liefeld art today.
This would actually be a pretty good image of Grifter and that other lady…if Grifter’s image wasn’t on top of the other lady’s for some reason.
Pictured Above: Totally Not Captain America.
If you look closely at this picture, there is nothing whatsoever to show that
Captain America Fighting American is either firmly on the ground OR falling in mid air.
And how small is
Captain America’s Fighting America’s left leg compared to his right one?
This image looks like Liefeld was going to draw Loki/The Vision sitting crisscross at first and then for someone decided to have him sit with his legs to the right of the panel.
The many homages to the original cover of FANTASTIC FOUR #1 by Jack Kirby and an unknown inker, possibly George Klein.
Note how four of the twenty are by John Byrne.