Batman No. 255 Cover by Neal Adams

At the end of his industry-changing run at DC Comics, Neal Adams turned in this solid cover. However, with Batman then running 100-page issues, the art didn’t get the packaging it deserved. Shrunk to fit a smaller box in the cover template, we’ve always wondered how it would have looked as a normal cover.

So let’s do something about that.

Batman 255 Cover by Neal Adams

As published.

Batman 255 Cover by Neal Adams

Scan sourced from the web.

Batman 255 Cover by Neal Adams

Cleaned up and ready for production.

Vector logos by Scott Dutton

Homage to the original colour.

Comic book design and packaging by Scott Dutton

Re-created trade dress added.

New colour version.

Re-created trade dress added.

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