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1960s Jim Steranko Comic Book Covers
by Billy Ingram

Jim Steranko turned the comic book industry on its ear when he burst on the scene in 1966. Originally another Jack Kirby clone in the same way Barry Smith was, Steranko's style emerged after a few issues of Strange Tales featuring Nick Fury Agent of Shield. Here are some of my favorite Steranko covers for Marvel.

STRANGE TALES #153 (1967) - The first Steranko cover (well, second, he inked Jack Kirby's pencils for Strange Tales #151).


STRANGE TALES #161 (1967) - 10 issues after he began inking Jack Kirby pencils Steranko had really hit his stride.

Strange Tales Steranko Cover

Strange Tales Steranko Cover

Strange Tales Steranko CoverSTRANGE TALES #167 (1968) - Steranko had taken Jack Kirby's style and made it his own much like a talented vocalist reinvents a classic tune. This was the last Strange Tales with Nick Fury, he graduated to his own book.


NICK FURY AGENT OF SHIELD #4 (1968) - This is the quintessential Steranko cover, illustration and photo collage.

Nick Fury Agent of ShieldSteranko Cover

CAPTAIN AMERICA #110 (1968) - Steranko's 3 issue run of Captain America is all kinds of awesome, all three covers are classics but this one is my favorite.

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INCREDIBLE HULK ANNUAL #1 (1968) - If only the interior was as hot as this cover, one of the greatest of the Marvel era.

Hulk Steranko Cover

XMEN by steranko

X-MEN #50 (1968) - Jim Steranko did a short stint on X-Men, 3 covers and 2 interior art jobs.

Steranko went out on a curious note in 1969, a cool horror story and a stylish short love story for a romance comic. After that Jim Steranko struck out on his own with his Supergraphics titles and left comics behind. That is, until 1972 when he surprised comic readers with a barrage of covers for Marvel.





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