LBJEFFERIES's picture
Posted by: LBJEFFERIES | May 4, 2012

Not too shabby

Not too shabby at all.

Glenbru's picture
Posted by: Glenbru | May 4, 2012

NOW YOU'RE TALKIN'

The perfect cover to see before attending the Avengers movie later today!!!

History and beauty together in one cover. WOW!!!

Ferran Delgado's picture
Posted by: Ferran Delgado | May 6, 2012

Five stars cover!

WOW!! Spectacular and great timing!

Lettering by Sam Rosen.

Krackles's picture
Posted by: Krackles | May 6, 2012

Dis is assemble?

I don't understand why you guys have so high an opinion about this cover.
It doesn't speak much to me and I'm not a fan at all of Sol Brodsky inking on this piece.

Frank Fosco's picture
Posted by: Frank Fosco | May 6, 2012

Inkiers Assemble!

Agreed.

Cap should be making a roll call for inkiers.
Kirby would have been better served on inks with Giacoia, Stone or even Ayers for that matter.

Glenbru's picture
Posted by: Glenbru | May 6, 2012

AGAIN????

You guys do NOT deserve to look at quality Kirby.

Go oggle a late issue Capt Victory page.

These inks rock!

Frank Fosco's picture
Posted by: Frank Fosco | May 6, 2012

I take it back

You know what--it is a cool piece and a great shot of Cap. And Sol does have varying line weights to give proper separation. This is one of his better inking jobs. Don't mean to be swishy-washy, but Glenbru, you made me take a better look. Thanks.

Glenbru's picture
Posted by: Glenbru | May 6, 2012

Glad to hear...

That you've come to your senses. I have hope for you after all, Frank. :)

Tom Kraft's picture
Posted by: Tom Kraft | May 6, 2012

Great historical cover

I feel Brodsky did a great job inking this cover. His style was perfect for Kirby during these earlier Marvel years when Jack was penciling so fast that his pages had less detail then his later work. Such an historical page!

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