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DC Variant Covers by Mike Allred

Posted August 18, 2014

A gallery of Mike Allred’s covers for twenty of DC’s titles. (via @profmdwhite)


One Response to “DC Variant Covers by Mike Allred”

  1. Paul B
    September 9th, 2014 @ 9:15 pm

    Looks like there’s a Nightwing and Teen Titans cover. Too bad those titles were canned the month before the Allred Batman ’66-theme covers came out.

    I can’t place the other cover (the one with the classic Justice League and Catwoman in the “shot”). Can anyone help?

    Also, it’s hardly fair to call the cover of any actual print Batman ’66 a part of the theme series. EVERY main cover of Batman ’66 has been an Allred (except for issue 11, where, in a switch, it was the variant).

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