JULY 21, 2014. SAN MARCOS, CA. Scott Dunbier holds an original pencil sketch of “Captain America” signed by American comic book artist Jack Kirby who is regarded by historians and fans as one of the major innovators in the comic book medium. Dunbier, shown in his San Marcos, CA home on July 21, 2014, is a special projects editor of San Diego -based IDW Publishing, a producer of graphic novels. (Don Bartletti / Los Angeles Times)
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