Old Incredible Hulk Artwork Found From Jack Kirby

Please, someone print me!

From the Marvel Age of Comics tumblr comes this amazing news:
“Here’s an unused page—one of an entire unused story or sequence from a very early issue of INCREDIBLE HULK. From what evidence exists, it would likely have been intended for issue #3 or #4. These Jack Kirby pencils were salvaged by Larry Lieber after the story was discarded.

Stan’s handwritten story note at the bottom reads:

CAREFUL—IF YOU INJURE ME I’LL GO TO HOSPITAL—NO BLUE CROSS

And Stan’s one art direction note to the previous panel indicates that the shadow of the bleacher is UNDER it, because it’s being raised by the Hulk.”

How awesome would it be if Larry (who is Stan Lee’s brother by the way) had all the pages and Marvel could actually print the book. That would be the top selling book of the year!!!

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