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March 13, 2014 10:26 AM

Lexington Comic-Con: Jim Steranko's brief, brilliant career revolutionized comic books

Jim Steranko drew only a few dozen stories for Marvel Comics in the late 1960s, but that was enough to make him a rock star for life in the comic book industry. His most famous creation, Nick Fury, was a womanizing spy who smoked, drank and listened to jazz records — much like James Bond, not at all like Superman.

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