Context

Context of The essential Captain America, V. 1, Tales of Suspense #59-99 and Captain American #100-102, [by Stan Lee (verbacious writer) & Jack Kirby (artist of renown) ; with some help from Gil Kane (provided all the art on Tales of Suspense #88-89 and pencilled Tales of Suspence #90-91 ; George Tuska did the finished art on Tales of Suspense #70 & 72-74 over layouts by Jack, and drew the pencil art on Tales of Suspense #71, over more layouts by Jack ; Dick Ayers pencilled Tales of Suspense #75, over more layouts provided by Jack ; John Romita stepped in to provide all the art on Tales of Suspense #76 and the pencils on Tales of Suspense #77, over even more layouts provided by Jack ; and Jack Sparling provided pencils on Tales of Suspense #87 ; the inking crew: Chic Stone, inked Tales of Suspense #59-62, 65-66 ; Dick Ayers, inked Tales of Suspense #69, 71, 83 ; John Tartaglione inked Tales of Suspense #75 ; Frank Giacoia inked Tales of Suspense #63-64, 67-68, 77-79, 81-82, 84-86 ; Don Heck inked Tales of Suspense #80 ; Joe Sinnott inked Tales of Suspense #87, 90-98 ; Syd Shores inked Tales of Suspense #99 and Captain American #100-102. ; lettering: Sam Rosen, was the letterer on Tales of Suspense #59, 65, 68, 70-72, 77, 83-89, 94 & 96 ; Artie Simek (above and beyond the call of duty) lettered Tales of Suspense #60-64, 66-67, 69, plus Tales #73-76, 78-82, 90, 92, 95, 97-99 ; and Al Kurzok lettered Tales of Suspense #91]
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