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  1. Unused Nick Fury, Agent of SHIELD cover by Herb Trimpe (1969)
"One of the fun things about Marvel in those beginning and middle years, when most of the Marvel characters became household names, was the option, when drawing a particular Kirby/Lee creation, to add one’s own "stamp" to the character. This allowed for a tremendous amount of creative leeway, making, in my opinion, not only the job easier, but more interest generated from the fans." -Herb Trimpe 
Source: Jack Kirby Collector #54 Spring, 2010

    Unused Nick Fury, Agent of SHIELD cover by Herb Trimpe (1969)

    "One of the fun things about Marvel in those beginning and middle years, when most of the Marvel characters became household names, was the option, when drawing a particular Kirby/Lee creation, to add one’s own "stamp" to the character. This allowed for a tremendous amount of creative leeway, making, in my opinion, not only the job easier, but more interest generated from the fans." -Herb Trimpe 

    Source: Jack Kirby Collector #54 Spring, 2010

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