1. In 1970, Jack Kirby left Marvel and went to work for its rival, DC Comics.
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2. Jack Kirby left Timely Comics, and Lee, who stayed on, was promoted to the position of editor.
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3. Jack Kirby ultimately found himself at Timely's 1950s iteration, Atlas Comics, soon to become Marvel.
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13. Jack Kirby has created stories in almost every genre of comics, from the autobiographical Street Code to the apocalyptic science fiction fantasy of Kamandi.
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14. On February 6, 1994, Jack Kirby died at age 76 of heart failure in his Thousand Oaks, California home.
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17. Jack Kirby wrote and drew Black Panther and drew numerous covers across the line.
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18. Jack Kirby produced three issues of the 1st Issue Special anthology series and created Atlas The Great, a new Manhunter, and the Dingbats of Danger Street.
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22. Jack Kirby was drafted into the US Army on June 7, 1943.
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23. Jack Kirby began to explore superhero narrative with the comic strip The Blue Beetle, published from January to March 1940, starring a character created by the pseudonymous Charles Nicholas, a house name that Kirby retained for the three-month-long strip.
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25. At age 14, Jack Kirby enrolled at the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, leaving after a week.
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28. Jack Kirby was involved in Timely's 1950s iteration, Atlas Comics, which in the next decade became Marvel.
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