What Jack Kirby drew is figures in time. The fist in the foreground is in a different time zone as the foot in the back. And I think he’s the only artist that I’ve ever observed who was able to do that.
Someone who might just blank out the power of his work, might look at something and say, “That’s a little out of drawing.” But that wasn’t the case.
I mean, Jack, in the beginning, academically, knew how to draw the human figure.
As he evolved as an artist, he became an impressionist.
Then I think he became an expressionist.
Interviewed in Jack Kirby: Story Teller