A trio of 1970s books with just Kirby covers.
MARVEL PREMIERE #35 - April 1977, inked by John Verpoorten (with background panels from the interior art by Jim Craig and Dave Hunt). Not a bad character to go with Kirby's style, although the back-story and premise presented in this issue is mind-numbing. And I'm not sure why you'd do a 3-D Man comic that isn't in 3-D.
FANTASTIC FOUR #200 - November 1978, inked by Joe Sinnott. The last time Kirby would draw the FF for Marvel (although he would draw them for a cartoon after this, and some of those story-boards would be taken and turned into a comic a few years later). A simple enough cover, but effective.
GHOST RIDER #22 - February 1977, inked by Al Milgrom. Another one of those odd choices of cover assignments for Kirby, he did three covers for GHOST RIDER.