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Tales of Suspense 23 pg 2 (Marvel, 1961)

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Title: Tales of Suspense 23 pg 2 (Marvel, 1961)
Media Type: Pencil and Ink
Art Type: Interior Page
Artists: Jack  Kirby (penciller)
George Klein (inker)

When a boy in the future steals a rocket ship and makes a light speed journey back to Earth, he finds that scientist's warnings were indeed correct that over thousands of years humans are no longer adapted to life on Earth as he finds his rocket ship is only about an inch tall to the evolved Earthmen! Emblematic to the Atomic Age of comics and film, sci fi twists and turns what we know to be reality upside down! This TWICE UP JACK KIRBY page was published (and likely drawn) the same month as Fantastic Four #1 ! ! ! Also note there is debate whether this page was inked by Sol Brodsky or George Klein and various references disagree --my take is it's more likely Klein (who also inked FF #1). The original artwork is drawn on Large Size Bristol board.


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