Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman. Green Lantern, The Doom Patrol and a host of others. DC Comics has been one of the leading American comic book publishers since the 1930s. And often, it’s the smaller, lesser known series that are some of their best work.

Many of the items here are process posts showing recolouring. Largely utilising scans of original art, I restore art when it needs it, and re-create logos and other trade dress. Some pieces have their originally-published colour schemes reconstructed and a version with new colour.

While most pieces are of vintage material, I bring my design, colouring and production skills to commissioned art as well. Check out the Production Services page.

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The Four Blue Beetles

The Four Blue BeetlesSeptember 5, 2022|In Charlton, Comics, DC, General The Blue Beetle is one of the earliest costumed adventurers…

Time Warp No. 1 Cover by Michael Wm Kaluta

Time Warp No. 1 Cover by Michael Wm KalutaJune 12, 2022|In Comics, DC, Sci Fi It was this comic from the summer of 1979 with my 14th…

The Legion of Super-Heroes No. 282 Cover by Jim Aparo

The Legion of Super-Heroes No. 282 Cover by Jim AparoMay 27, 2022|In Comics, DC Jim Aparo wasn't known for his work on the Legion, but he…

Batman No. 296 Cover by Amendola & Milgrom

Batman No. 296 Cover by Amendola & MilgromMay 24, 2022|In Comics, DC Sal Amendola has had a long career as a comic book artist and…

The New Teen Titans No. 1 Alternate Cover by George Pérez

The New Teen Titans No. 1 Alternate Cover by George PérezMay 12, 2022|In Comics, DC In 1980 I was in my first years of regularly…

Tales of the Unexpected No. 10 Cover by Mort Meskin

Tales of the Unexpected No. 10 Cover by Mort MeskinMay 1, 2022|In Comics, DC A prolific and skilled artist working in comics Golden and…

Batman by Rob de la Torre

Batman by Rob de la TorreApril 30, 2022|In Comics, DC Rob de la Torre is a Spanish artist who has done work for Marvel Comics. When he…

Superman The Secret Years No. 4 Cover by Frank Miller

Superman The Secret Years No. 4 Cover by Frank MillerApril 30, 2022|In Comics, DC Miller was at DC. While Ronin had found an audience, it…

DC Comics Presents Pin-Up by George Pérez

DC Comics Presents Pin-Up by George PérezApril 20, 2022|In Comics, DC DC Comics Presents was modelled after The Brave & the Bold,…

Wonder Woman No. 258 Cover by Delbo & Giordano

Wonder Woman No. 258 Cover by Delbo & GiordanoApril 16, 2022|In Comics, DC José Delbo was the penciller on Wonder Woman from…

Detective Comics No. 443 Alternate Cover by Walt Simonson

Detective Comics No. 443 Alternate Cover by Walt SimonsonApril 2, 2022|In Comics, DC I was just a few years too young to get comics…

Justice League of America No. 193 Cover by George Pérez

Justice League of America No. 193 Cover by George PérezMarch 28, 2022|In Comics, DC A fellow on facebook reminded me that another great…

The New Teen Titans No. 16 Cover by Pérez & Tanghal

The New Teen Titans No. 16 Cover by Pérez & TanghalMarch 27, 2022|In Comics, DC Not a lot new to say this time out, except it's…

Wonder Woman by José Luis García-López

Few artists can convey the romance, drama and power of a character like Wonder Woman better than García-López. While much of his work for…

Superman No. 338 Cover by Andru & Giordano

Superman No. 338 Cover by Andru & GiordanoMarch 5, 2022|In Comics, DC As a part of the mythos of Superman's world, the city of…

Superman No. 186 Cover by Swan & Klein

Superman No. 186 Cover by Swan & KleinFebruary 26, 2022|In Comics, DC As adult readers of comics, the lure of nostalgia can be…

Batman No. 251 Cover by Neal Adams

Batman No. 251 Cover by Neal AdamsFebruary 22, 2022|In Comics, DC Neal Adams had arrived in comics in the mid 1960s, bringing art skills…

Batman No. 291 Cover by Jim Aparo

Batman No. 291 Cover by Jim AparoFebruary 20, 2022|In Comics, DC David V Reed was a notable Batman writer, first writing the character in…

DC Special Series No. 27 Cover – Batman and the Incredible Hulk by José Luis García-López

DC Special Series No. 27 Cover – Batman and the Incredible Hulk by José Luis García-LópezFebruary 19, 2022|In Comics, DC, Marvel It was…

The House of Mystery No. 175 Cover by Neal Adams

The House of Mystery No. 175 Cover by Neal AdamsFebruary 17, 2022|In Comics, DC Kids in peril was an effective theme Adams used for his…

Limited Collectors Edition C-37 Cover – Batman by Jim Aparo

Limited Collectors Edition C-37 Cover – Batman by Jim AparoFebruary 12, 2022|In Comics, DC Another solid volume of Batman stories, these…

Limited Collectors Edition C-43 Cover by Swan & Oksner

Limited Collectors Edition C-43 Cover by Swan & OksnerJanuary 31, 2022|In Comics, DC DC's 1970s tabloids were great treasure of…

Watchmen: Tales of the Black Freighter Cover by Dave Gibbons

Watchmen: Tales of the Black Freighter Cover by Dave GibbonsNovember 16, 2021|In Comics, DC I'm guessing I don't need to tell readers…

Sword of Sorcery No. 1 Unpublished Cover by Jeffrey Catherine Jones

Sword of Sorcery No. 1 Unpublished Cover by Jeffrey Catherine JonesOctober 28, 2021|In Comics, DC The early 1970s saw an influx of new…

Stalker No. 1 Cover by Steve Ditko and Wally Wood

Stalker No. 1 Cover by Steve Ditko and Wally WoodOctober 23, 2021|In Comics, DC Another of DC's short-run comics of the 1970s, this one…

Super DC Giant S-20 The House of Mystery Cover by Neal Adams

Super DC Giant S-20 The House of Mystery Cover by Neal AdamsOctober 20, 2021|In Comics, DC Throughout the 1960s and 70s, DC Comics…

Starfire Poster by Mike Vosburg

Starfire Poster by Mike VosburgOctober 17, 2021|In Comics, DC Starfire was another creation of writer David Michelinie – creator of Claw…

Claw the Unconquered Nos. 13, 14 and 15 – Unpublished

Claw the Unconquered Nos. 13, 14 and 15 – UnpublishedOctober 11, 2021|In Comics, DC Following up on a post discussing Claw's origins, we…

Green Lantern No. 110 Cover by Mike Grell

Along with writer Denny O'Neil, artist Mike Grell had taken Green Lantern from being a back-up in The Flash and relaunched into his own mag…

Green Lantern No. 56 Cover by Kane & Anderson

A great cover to a great issue of Green Lantern from 1967. The creature is reminiscent of Jack Kirby's Thing for Marvel's Fantastic Four…

The Justice Society of America by Anderson and McCorkindale

Editor Julius Schwartz did a brilliant thing when he had Gardner Fox write "The Flash of Two Worlds" for The Flash No. 123. Bringing back…

The Arthurian Era by Brian Bolland

Crisis on Infinite Earths had concluded, turning the DC Comics multiverse into a supposedly coherent universe. The History of the DC…

Detective Comics No. 481 Unpublished Cover by Jim Aparo

Books come and books go, and in the latter half of 1978, DC Comics was in the throes of The DC Implosion and nearly half their titles…

Batman Family No. 20 Cover by Jim Starlin

It was the best Batbook of its era, and it had gotten there with new talent like Marshall Rogers, Mike Golden, Joe Staton and others…

Superman Pin-Up TPB Cover by Neal Adams

Neal Adams is recovering from an illness that nearly claimed him, and we're all reminded that those whose work we love won't be around…

Batman No. 313 Cover by José Luis García-López

This is an amazing symbolic cover. On the surface, it's merely a clever division of Two-Face's hideout, but if you extend the idea to the…

BEM No. 28 Cover by Brian Bolland

BEM No. 28 Cover by Brian BollandJune 19, 2021|In Comics, DC, General BEM – or Bemusing Magazine was a British comics fanzine of the…

Batman No. 340 Cover by Jim Aparo

Jim Aparo became so strongly associated with DC heroes like Aquaman and Batman that we sometimes forget that he was a solid horror artist…

Time Warp No. 4 Cover by Michael Wm Kaluta

As ever, I'm a sucker for a Time Warp cover drawn by Michael Wm Kaluta. How the trumpet player ended up with demons/angels on a rock in…

The Phantom Stranger No. 33 Cover by Jim Aparo

In the early 70s, both DC and Marvel went to a cover format that put solid colour behind the masthead and boxed in the cover art below it.…

The Brave & the Bold No. 122 Cover by Jim Aparo

Swamp Thing was a great comic, and the issues done by creators Len Wein and Bernie Wrightson are classic horror tales, but the book's sales…

The Brave & the Bold No. 116 Cover by Jim Aparo

Another of Aparo's inset covers for a 100-page The Brave & the Bold. A creepy idol comes to life in a supernatural team-up of Batman and…

The Brave & the Bold No. 112 Cover by Jim Aparo

In early 1974, DC Comics decided to turned part of its line into 100-page comics for 60¢ after previously releasing specials and one shots…

Wonder Woman No. 184 Cover by Sekowsky & Giordano

Coming in the middle of the New Wonder Woman run – where Diana lost her powers and resembled Emma Peel more than an Amazon princess – we…

The Brave & the Bold No. 87 Cover by Sekowsky & Giordano

I've always loved this cover with Batman driving a Formula One car of the era. But it wasn't until I found a scan of the original art that…

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Wonder Woman Pin-Up by Neal Adams

I'm less of a fan of the Wonder Woman as warrior than I am of her original conception with bracelets she used to bounce bullets off of, and…

Madame Xanadu Pin-Up by Michael Wm Kaluta

Michael Wm Kaluta has been associated with Madame Xanadu from her first appearance in Doorway to Nightmare No. 1 in 1978.

World’s Finest Cover by Jim Aparo

Jim Aparo spent most of his comics career at DC Comics, associated with Batman, Aquaman, Spectre and a plethora of team-ups in The Brave…

Wonder Woman by Colleen Doran

For the better part of 40 years, Colleen Doran has had a diverse career in comics, encompassing her own epic saga A Distant Soil,…

DC Special Series No. 26 Superman and His Incredible Fortress of Solitude Cover by Andru & Giordano

One of DC's best tabloid editions was nearly its last. An all-new tale by Roy Thomas, Ross Andru, Romeo Tanghal, Gaspar Saladino and Jerry…

Batman by Alex Toth

It's just a sketch. 40 years old and fading. But nothing of its power has diminished. Few people could distill a drawing down to its…

Wonder Woman and Donald Trump by Ramona Fradon

Ramona Fradon was one of the few female artists working in professional comics in the late Golden, Silver and Bronze Ages. She had a great…

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Time Warp No. 6 Cover by Michael Wm Kaluta

Time Warp lasted five issues in 1979-1980 before DC Comics cancelled it. But it's well-remembered among a certain era of readers for its…

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Green Lantern by Marcio Takara

For this colouring and packaging commission, the client wanted this ink-wash drawing turned into a vintage Green Lantern cover.

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Claw the Unconquered by Michelinie, Chan, Giffen et al

Claw the Unconquered was a DC Comics title that debuted in 1975. DC wanted to get a piece of the market Marvel had established with…

Salvation Run No. 7 Cover by Neal Adams

I came across the pencils for this 2008 cover by Neal Adams, loving the energy. So this time out we're going to go backward from the…

Star Hunters No. 1 Cover by Rich Buckler and Bob Layton

One of the casualties of the DC Implosion was this science fiction swashbuckler which debuted in DC Super Stars No. 16, and then continued…

Star Trek VI The Undiscovered Country Cover by Jerome K Moore

It was the last time the original Star Trek crew would be together and they sent the original cast off with a great story helmed by…

Celebrating the 80th Anniversary of Robin, the Boy Wonder

Debuting in 1940, Dick "Robin" Grayson changed Batman from a vengeful, lone creature of the night into a parent with a young ward. At the…

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The New Teen Titans v1 No. 21 Cover by George Pérez

From its launch in 1980, The New Teen Titans was a hit for DC Comics – arguably bringing some Marvel-style storytelling and energy to a…

Star Trek DC v1 No. 1 Cover by George Pérez

In the US, Star Trek comics began with Gold Key and they spanned 1967–79 with tales based on the original series. With the release of Star…

The Barren Earth by Gary Cohn & Ron Randall

Throughout its run, DC Comics' The Warlord – created by Mike Grell – was the anchor of the publisher's fantasy books. It also meant a…

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Star Trek DC v2 No. 16 Cover by Jerome K Moore

Star Trek has supported a number of comic book series, almost from the beginning of the original series. Gold Key, then Marvel had the…

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Wonder Woman No. 249 Cover by Buckler & Giordano

It's a great Wonder Woman drawing by Rich Buckler and Dick Giordano. Plus Hawkgirl is fluttering about like a pigeon, and some assassin…

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Superman No. 344 Cover by José Luis García-López

It's most likely unique in the history of Superman covers. Superman, bright and happy, gets his powers from our yellow sun, at the mercy of…

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Swamp Thing No. 6 Cover by Bernie Wrightson

Swamp Thing is one of the great American comic book horror characters. During its initial run at DC Comics in the early 1970s, each issue…

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House of Mystery No. 231 Cover by Bernie Wrightson

Bernie Wrightson had just come off his groundbreaking run with writer Len Wein on Swamp Thing. He would move onto other projects, like the…

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Hawkman Pencils by Patrick Olliffe

A little over a year ago, the latest Hawkman series began, this time with writer Robert Venditti and artist Bryan Hitch. After many a year…

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Adventure Comics No. 469 Unpublished Cover by Jim Aparo

Covers get drawn and re-drawn all the time. For Adventure Comics No. 469 from March 1980, Jim Aparo drew both the Plastic Man and Starman…

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DC Special Series No. 1 Cover by Neal Adams

DC Special Series was a catch-all for the one-off specials DC released over the following years, beginning with Five-Star Super-Hero…

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Adventure Comics No. 477 Cover by Andru & Giordano

Regular readers of these posts will know my affection for this run of Adventure Comics, with Levitz and Ditko's Starman as one of the…

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A Batman Cover That Was Never a Batman Cover by Jim Aparo

In 1976, Jim Aparo was known for being the regular artist on The Brave & the Bold. So, finding this scan of a cover he did that year for…

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The Secret Six No. 1 Cover by Frank Springer

E Nelson Bridwell and Frank Springer co-created The Secret Six, and the characters first appeared in this No. 1 issue of their comic. The…

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Ronin Colouring Commission

About a year ago, a client approached me through the site to colour a Rōnin figure he'd commissioned from Frank Miller, and I was glad…

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Wonder Woman No. 306 Unpublished Cover by Gil Kane

Towards the end of the Bronze Age, Wonder Woman's popularity was at a low, the book better known for The Huntress back-ups than the main…

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Christmas with the Super-Heroes No. 1 Cover by John Byrne

John Byrne had come to DC Comics to relaunch Superman in 1986 in the wake of Crisis on Infinite Earths. He also contributed to other…

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Earth III Crime Syndicate by Bob Layton

A few years back, Bob Layton posted this commission based on the cover to Justice League of America No. 29 by Murphy Anderson. I accurised…

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Adventure Comics No. 467 Alternate Cover by Dave Cockrum & Dick Giordano

Published in January 1980, Adventure Comics No. 467 brought back Plastic Man and introduced a new Starman. However, before that issue hit…

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Strange Adventures No. 144 Cover by Murphy Anderson

Who says DC Comics of the early 1960s were dull and boring? The Atomic Knights wore medieval armour and rode Dalmatians across the…

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Detective Comics Annual No. 4 by Tom Grindberg

Published in 1991, 'Tec Annual No. 4 was a showcase for young Tom Grindberg, then emulating the bronze-age Batman work of Neal Adams, in…

Super Powers No. 2 Cover by Jack Kirby

In 1984, DC moved their toy licensing from Mego and awarded it to Kenner. The result was The Super Powers Collection. A successful toy…

Superman Family Colouring Commissions

The 1960s Superman books were the last time superheroes could be as innocent and corny and fun as they were. The world was changing, and…

The New Adventures of Superboy No. 51 Cover by Frank Miller

During his Ronin period, Frank Miller produced this great cover for The New Adventures of Superboy. The comic was a throwback to the…

Darkseid – Master of Death No. 1 Cover by Jim Lee

As an artist, Jim Lee has made a career on good draughtsmanship backed up with superior rendering skills. Recently, he did this Darkseid…

Mister Miracle No. 24 Cover by Marshall Rogers

While Marshall Rogers is rightfully remembered for his groundbreaking run on Detective Comics with Steve Englehart and Terry Austin, his…

Batman No. 234 Cover by Neal Adams

Two-Face is one of those characters that is fantastic when he's written well. In August 1971, Denny O'Neil and Neal Adams (with Dick…

Black Canary No. 1 Cover by Trevor Von Eeden

By 1983, Trevor Von Eeden had matured into a bold, expressive style that was all his own. From Batman Annual No. 8 to the Green Arrow…

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The Shadow No. 1 Cover by Michael Wm Kaluta

The early 70s enjoyed a renewed interest in pulp magazines, and Conde Nast owned more than one popular character which would appear in…

Time Warp 2 by Michael Wm Kaluta

Time Warp No. 2 Cover by Michael Wm Kaluta

Time Warp No. 2, January 1980, with a cover by Michael Wm Kaluta showing his Art Nouveau and Art Deco influences, plus some science fiction…

Time Warp No. 5 Cover by Michael Wm Kaluta

Time Warp was a science fiction anthology series published by DC Comics in 1979 and 80. Each 64-page issue had stories by seasoned pros and…

Ronin No. 4 Cover by Frank Miller

I missed most of Frank Miller's first run on Daredevil (though I would later acquire them as back issues). Being a DC fan, the news of…

Green Lantern No. 71 Cover by Gil Kane

A simple and powerful composition by artist Gil Kane for this issue cover dated September 1969. Kane's cover design abilities were…

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Green Lantern No. 104 Cover by Mike Grell

Mike Grell saved DC Comics from itself. He came along just as DC made things very unwelcome for Neal Adams, the artist who had modernised…

Green Lantern No. 158 Cover by Keith Pollard

In between Green Lantern No. 151 – when Marv Wolfman and Joe Staton left after one of the best runs on the title – and Green Lantern No.…

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Interlac: The Language of the 30th Century

Interlac – the intergalactic universal language of the 30th century and the Legion of Super-Heroes – was first referenced in Adventure…

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The Legion of Super-Heroes Logos

When Superboy left the Legion in No. 259 of his former book, Superboy and the Legion of Super-Heroes was retitled to Legion of Super-Heroes…

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The Best of DC Digest No. 40 Cover by Gray Morrow

Beginning just as the 1970s ended, DC Comics' digest-sized comics followed on the success of the format at Archie Comics and Gold Key…

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Green Lantern No. 74 Cover by Gil Kane

At the end of the first era of the Hal Jordan Green Lantern, Gil Kane – the series' first artist – had gone from a reserved, unremarkable…

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Green Lantern No. 141 Cover by Dick Giordano

Dick Giordano's last Green Lantern v2 cover as a solo artist went unpublished. Instead George Pérez's illustration – teasing the first…

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Green Lantern No. 124 Cover by Dick Giordano

The late Dick Giordano had a solid association with Green Lantern, notably for his collaboration with Neal Adams at the beginning of the…

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Ghosts No. 59 Cover by Luis Dominguez

Luis Dominguez was born in Argentina in the early 1920s and has had a long and distinguished career in comics in Argentina and the US. For…

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DC Special Series No. 2 Swamp Thing Cover by Bernie Wrightson

The late Bernie Wrightson made his name on the first 10 issues of DC Comics' Swamp Thing before moving on to Warren Publishing and other…

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…

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Giant-Size Blog Headers

Giant-Size Blog HeadersJuly 20, 2017|In Comics, DC, General, Marvel Online friend Richard Guion (aka Cousin Dick) was kind enough to give…

Wonder Woman No. 108 Cover by Andru & Esposito

For my money, one of the best Wonder Woman covers ever. From early in the Silver Age, cover dated August 1959 and drawn by long-time WW art…

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Action Comics No. 500 Cover by Andru & Giordano

As the Seventies were drawing to a close, the long-running Action Comics and its star Superman were celebrating the comic's 500th issue.…

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The Secret Six No. 2 Cover by Nick Cardy

Nick Cardy is one of best DC cover artists of all time. From Aquaman to The Brave & the Bold and Superman, his work is noted for the power…

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The Secret Six No. 4 Cover by Jack Sparling

An interesting cover design most likely sketched by Carmine Infantino and then passed to Jack Sparling – The Secret Six's regular artist –…

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The Secret Six No. 3 Cover by Jack Sparling

It was a small series of only seven issues beginning in early 1968 and running bi-monthly. The Secret Six was created and plotted by E.…

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Detective Comics No. 379 Cover: Novick or Novick?

Just because you do a good drawing doesn't mean it's going to make the best cover, at least in the eyes of the art director or editor. Case…

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The Demon No. 1 Cover by Jack Kirby

With his Fourth World books at DC Comics cancelled, Jack Kirby moved on to a second series of books which included Omac, Kamandi, Kobra and…

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Batman No. 210 Cover: Novick or Adams?

As can happen, one artist draws a cover, and the editor chooses to have it redrawn by another artist. Case in point the cover for Batman…

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Wonder Woman by HG Peter

HG Peter was Wonder Woman's original artist, and this piece by him was a rejected cover from the 1940s. A perfect illustration to colour…

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Batman No. 351 Cover: Colan or Colón?

Gene Colan was the penciller on Batman in 1982, and he did up a cover for No. 351, inked by Frank Giacoia. Perhaps wanting a larger, more…

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The Doom Patrol Covers III

Following up on a previous post and this one too, here are three more interpretations of The Doom Patrol done by current artists, with…

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The Doom Patrol Covers II

Following up on a popular post, here are three more interpretations of The Doom Patrol done by current artists, with cover layouts by…

DC Comics Presents No. 26 Cover by Jim Starlin

DC Comics Presents No. 26 is more often remembered as the first appearance of The New Teen Titans, but it also marked the first appearance…

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The Doom Patrol Covers I

The original Doom Patrol was a comic book series from DC Comics in the 1960s. Created by Arnold Drake and Bruno Premiani, they first…

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Batman Year One

From 1986, this house ad was the first piece we saw from what was going to become a classic Batman storyline by Frank Miller and David…

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Wonder Woman No. 269 Cover by Andru & Giordano

From July 1980, we have a great cover by Ross Andru and Dick Giordano, a prolific cover team for many DC titles during this period.

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Justice League of America No. 66 Cover: Dillin or Adams?

From November 1968, two versions of the cover to DC Comics' Justice League of America No. 66 have survived. The first, drawn by Dick Dillin…

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Hawkman and The Justice Society of America by Joe Kubert

From 1970, Joe Kubert provided this powerful illustration for The Steranko History of Comics 1. Here it is in colour, and with trade dress…

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Green Lantern No. 114 Cover by Saviuk & Giordano

From March 1979, Alex Saviuk and Dick Giordano knock Green Lantern and Green Arrow off their feet for DC Comics.

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Secrets of Haunted House No. 39 Cover by Buckler & Giordano

From August 1981, Rich Buckler and Dick Giordano put a new spin on a horror icon for DC Comics.

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The Warlord No. 82 Cover by Jurgens & Giordano

Another Warlord cover. Cary Burkett and Dan Jurgens' run was a good successor to Mike Grell's.

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The Warlord No. 76 Cover by Jurgens & Giordano

Another Warlord cover. Cary Burkett and Dan Jurgens became great stepafathers to the series.

Superman vs. Spider-Man Cover by Andru, Giordano & Austin

When this came out in 1976, fans went apeshit. And rightfully so. For the first time, rivals DC and Marvel teamed up for mutual profit.…

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The Warlord No. 31 Cover by Mike Grell

I'm a long-time fan of Mike Grell's The Warlord. It started with me finding issue Nos. 30 and 31 on the stand.

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Starman by Darren Goodhart

I saw this and knew I had to colour it. Darren Goodhart shared this art over on facebook and he was kind enough to send me a copy. Levitz…

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DC Comics Presents No. 36 by Levitz & Starlin

With DC Comics recently releasing the second volume of DC Comics Presents in its black & white Showcase line, we now move into a number…

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Charlton Comics Cavalcade Weekly

Charlton Comics Cavalcade WeeklyMay 20, 2013|In Charlton, Comics, DC As Charlton Comics' managing editor in the 1960s, Dick Giordano put…

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Batman Family No. 19 Cover by Michael Wm Kaluta

Batman Family stands out among the late 1970s Batman books. The last few issues, oversized dollar comics, featured the work of Michael…

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Batman : The Brave & The Bold

If you want to have a whole lot of fun packed into 30 minutes or less, watch an episode of the new Batman: The Brave & the Bold TV…

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Defending Skartaris

If you blinked, relatively speaking, you probably missed it. Beginning in February 2006 with an April cover date, DC revived The Warlord.…