kirbymuseum:

In the late 1970s, Marvel licensed the Incredible Hulk for use in a television series. In “No Escape” the 19th episode of the second season, the 31st in the series, Jack Kirby appeared briefly, uncredited, as a police sketch artist.

kirbymuseum:

In the late 1970s, Marvel licensed the Incredible Hulk for use in a television series. In “No Escape” the 19th episode of the second season, the 31st in the series, Jack Kirby appeared briefly, uncredited, as a police sketch artist.

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