“As the inker Dick had to do a lot of “embellishing” (in ink, but also in pencil, to bring the drawing up to a finish before inking it). Also a lot of corrections and refinements and added detail were required–probably partly due to how fast Kirby penciled, which was always very fast (as much as five pages per day, I have heard–on a good day the most I could ever manage was three, and not on a regular basis!). Anyhow Dick estimated that the inking took him two or three times as much time per page as it did for Jack to pencil. And he wasn’t bragging or complaining–that’s just how it was in those days.” - Rich Buckler
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Kirby immortalizes a famous Freemason!
To see the original art for this page CLICK HERE
Fun fact: In 1955 10% of adult American males belonged to a Masonic Lodge.
Sunday, September 14, 2014
"This is probably the scariest depiction of a prehistoric animal ever in the history of comics. And certainly my personal favorite Bullseye story." - Harry Mendryk (September 18, 2010)
To see a restoration of this Public Domain page from BULLS-EYE #3 click on Harry's name!