Ferran Delgado has posted a couple of fascinating comparisons between original 1960s Marvel covers and the 1970s reprints. Text is in Spanish, so the commentary is a bit hard to follow, but the images speak for themselves. I’m guessing the covers were redrawn to bring the reprints in line with the new comics Marvel was producing at the time.
The original Kirby cover has a painterly quality, nice color and shading, and a real sense of drama. The reprint cover isn’t bad, but which one would you rather take home?
While you’re there, be sure to check out the rest of Ferran’s site, even if you don’t speak Spanish. “I read it for the pictures.”
Splash page for Iron Man 82 by Herb Trimpe, Marie Severin, and Jack Abel. I’d guess Severin inked this page of the book. Page is currently on auction with a $110 bid (!), it’ll probably go for significantly more.
A few lobby cards from Kriminal (1966) and Il Marchio Di Kriminal (1968):
Monstermoviemusic has a review of the first Kriminal film, along with a bunch of stills like the ones below:
From “Hello, My Name Is Johnny Cash”, a 1976 Spire Christian Comics classic. The first panel says it all – the road to hell passes through Jacksonville!