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Jack Kirby - Hunger Dogs, last page splash! > American Comic Artists > Kirby, Jack


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Final page ofthe saga! Large art, original splash page by Jack Kirby. End page from "Hungers Dogs", DC 1983.

Original art, splash page by Jack Kirby (pencils) and D. Bruce Berry (inks), New Gods, Hunger Dogs, page 64 (end page of the whole saga). DC Comics, 1983. Large art!

Kirby created his New Gods trilogy of titles for DC Comics in the early 1970’s, but all were cancelled within two years. DC owned these characters outright according to the standard contracts of that time. In 1980, as a gesture to Kirby's importance DC offered him an unprecedented deal in which he redesigned his New Gods characters for use in film and merchandizing, and then was given a portion of the royalties generated by these properties. DC reprinted his original series, and for the last issue Kirby was asked to complete his complicated epic---in twenty four pages.  -  E-mail:

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