Selection of panels and plates from Jim #Steranko’s Raymond Chandler story, “Red Tide”.

Selection of panels and plates from Jim Steranko’s Raymond Chandler story, “Red Tide”.

Jim Steranko's Nick Fury introduced psychedelic art into main stream comics with a stye that looks almost computer made.

brianmichaelbendis: “Cover art for Nick Fury, Agent of S. by Jim Steranko. ” Pro tip: if you are an artist thinking of doing an homage to this cover… IT’S BEEN DONE!

Noir Art Jim Steranko Chandler Red Tide

Jim Steranko is a legend in the comic book industry, and as a noir artist he is unparalleled. Steranko in Reading, Pennsylvania on November his parents were Ukrainian immig…

boomerstarkiller67:  Infinity One - art by Jim Steranko (1970)

Jim Steranko - Cover illustration for the science fiction anthology Infinity One edited by Robert Hoskins, 1970

Captain America #113 (Marvel Comics - May 1969)  Writer/Illustrator: Jim Steranko

Captain America Comics - May Writer/Illustrator: Jim Steranko. So cool to see this come to life on the screen 45 years later.

The incomparable Jim Steranko illustrates the Hulk.

Jim Steranko draws his classic Hulk cover. Marvel later replaced the, veins bulging, Steranko face, with another face drawn by Herb Trimpe.

Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.  Jim Steranko.  Op art was at least half a decade old when Steranko brought it onto the comic book page, but he wrung a freshness out of it by seeing a potential to widen the expression of power in super hero stories.  -Ed Newsom

Nick Fury, Agent of S. Op art was at least half a decade old when Steranko brought it onto the comic book page, but he wrung a freshness out of it by seeing a potential to widen the expression of power in super hero stories.

Cap'n's Comics: Batman's 75th Anniversary by Jim Steranko

Detective Comics Vol 2 Cover B Variant Jim Steranko Batman Anniversary Cover - Midtown Comics

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