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P.O. Box 1156
Merchantville, NJ 08109
USA
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Chic Stone

Chic Stone —of his pairing with Kirby, Stone recalled in a 1997 interview: “Just before 1964 I was pounding the pavement, going from one publisher to another, picking up jobs at random. At the time I was penciling [interiors] and inking [covers] for DC. I happened to walk into the Marvel offices at the time Stan Lee was editing a Kirby pencil job. Looking over his shoulder I was totally awestruck by the magnificent penciling. Stan looked at me and asked, 'Chic, would you like to ink this?' My knees turned to jello-o; all I could murmur was, 'You're kidding?' ... [After I turned in the assignment,] Stan was exceedingly pleased with my rendition of Jack's work, and from that time on I would finish one job to have another waiting. There were times I'd be working on three stories at once; working 12 to 16 hours a day was not unusual. The page rate for inking was not that great, but being able to work on Jack's pencils was a substantial bonus.”

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