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Joe Shuster started it all with fellow Superman creator Jerry Siegel when Superman debuted in Action Comics #1 back in 1938.

This image which came originally from a Superman novel way back in 1942 shows Joe Shuster's great artistic talents.

Curt Swan probably drew more Superman comics than almost anyone else in comics profession. He was the top artist for Superman comics by the time Christopher Reeve first took flight in Superman the Movie in the 1970's.

Don't know who the artist is for this Kellogg's promo, but it's very good created back in the late 1940's  before George Reeves was starring in the Adventures of Superman and doing ads for Kellogg's as Superman. This was like Kirk Alyn's day.

Neal Adams was one of the great talents of the 1970's best known for his work on the Green Arrow/Green Lantern teamup with the social conscience.

Superman 242 1971 Neal Adams

Piece from Frank Miller best known for his work on Daredevil, and the Dark Knight.

Art work done by Jack Kirby to celebrate the 400th issue of Superman. Kirby was most famous for his work at Marvel Comics on stuff like the Fantastic Four and Captain America, but he later went over to DC in the 1970's to do work on Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen.


Jerry Ordway worked on Supes in the 80's and early 90's the same time John Byrne had just revamped the Man of Steel post-Crisis on Infinite Earths.


John Byrne Superman Promo

Little Orphan Annie and Superman created for Superman's 400th issue.

Art by Will Eisner with the Spirit for Superman's 400th Issue

Steve Dikto did this one also for Superman's 400th issue celebration. Dikto was most famous for his work on Spider-man in the early 1960's.

Crisis on Infinite Earths #7 cover by George Perez from the 80's New Teen Titans.  The Death of Supergirl issue. Perez also drew the JLA/Avengers team up a few years back.


JLA vs Avengers by George Perez

 

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