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    Jack Kirby and Dick Ayers The Rawhide Kid #25 Story Page 5 Original Art (Marvel Comics, 1961). While Kirby struggled to help re-invent Marvel's superhero line with The Fantastic Four and its spinoffs, the artist kept soldiering on with the old-standby frontier titles. This dandy page finds the Rawhide Kid accused of being a masked outlaw -- namely, the Bat -- only to escape and pursue the genuine villain. The action is as vigorous as any of Kirby's costumed-hero art, and Ayers' inking displays his familiar robust fluidity, augmented by an unusual crosshatching technique. Signed by Ayers. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 12.75" x 18.5". Light toning, with an adhesive stain at lower right. Very Good condition. From the Ethan Roberts Estate Collection.

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

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