Joe Shuster's iconic Action Comics #1 from 1938. This cover has been burned into culture and marked the beginning of the Golden Age of comics. I couldn't picture Superman without seeing this image or Christopher Reeve catching Margo Kidder.

Joe Shuster's iconic Action Comics #1 from 1938. This cover has been burned into culture and marked the beginning of the Golden Age of comics. I couldn't picture Superman without seeing this image or Christopher Reeve catching Margo Kidder.

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Bewegingslijnen: deze lijnen geven zowel de snelheid als de richting aan van een vliegende Superman.

Bewegingslijnen: deze lijnen geven zowel de snelheid als de richting aan van een vliegende Superman.

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50 Greatest Spider-Man Covers of All-Time Archives | Comics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book ResourcesComics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book Resources

50 Greatest Spider-Man Covers of All-Time Archives | Comics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book ResourcesComics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book Resources

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Original and final cover art by Gil Kane (pencils) and Frank Giacoia (inks) from Marvel Treasury Edition #14, published by Marvel Comics, 1977.

Original and final cover art by Gil Kane (pencils) and Frank Giacoia (inks) from Marvel Treasury Edition #14, published by Marvel Comics, 1977.

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The Top 50 Most Memorable Covers of the Marvel Age, Day 14 - Wild Card Round! - Comics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book ResourcesComics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book Resources

The Top 50 Most Memorable Covers of the Marvel Age, Day 14 - Wild Card Round! - Comics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book ResourcesComics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book Resources

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The Top 50 Most Memorable Covers of the Marvel Age: #50-26 | Comics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book Resources

The Top 50 Most Memorable Covers of the Marvel Age: #50-26 | Comics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book Resources

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