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    Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott - Fantastic Four #71 Cover Original Art (Marvel, 1967). It was sizzling, non-stop action as the Fantastic Four battled for their lives against the Mad Thinker's unstoppable android! With the Mad Thinker defeated and imprisoned, his nefarious plans for revenge were set into motion when he activated his most powerful creation, sending it on a killer quest to destroy the Fantastic Four, one by one! A pregnant Invisible Girl barely managed to avoid the massive swing of the powerful automaton's fist, the Thing fought the machine valiantly, and pummelled it through a wall of the Baxter building, the Human Torch took the offensive, and barely dodged the blast of a disintegrator, and an exhausted Mr. Fantastic engaged the powerful android, holding a defeated Johnny Storm. FF covers just don't come any more action-packed or heroic than this! The unbeatable team of penciler Jack Kirby and inker Joe Sinnott sent this spectacular Silver Age cover into a totally new dimension of thrills. Joe Sinnott, regarded by many fans as the ultimate FF inker, remarked, "I did make changes for a while, but it wasn't Jack's work then, so I started keeping closer to what Jack had penciled. I did make some changes as I went along, but I changed my approach a little. I gave his figures a slickness that superheroes should have. That genre demands a certain slickness." Most of Marveldom agreed! The art has an image area of 13" x 20" and is in Excellent condition. Jack Kirby signed the cover at the lower left. Don't miss out on this metal-crunching, ray blasting, bone-crushing Kirby and Sinnott masterwork!

    More information about Jack Kirby, also known as Kirby, Jack, Jacob Kurtzberg, Jack Kirby, Kurtzberg, Jacob.

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