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Okay, so this is what we’re going to do for the month of November.
When I was doing the Top 70 Most Iconic Panels in Marvel Comics History, someone noted that this could easily be termed DC Comics’ 75th Anniversary, what with National Allied Publications starting up in 1934 and all. I think that point makes sense, and since that anniversary doesn’t seem to be celebrated anywhere else, I suppose we’ll have to do the celebrating here, both this month and next!
Starting tomorrow, I’ll be posting four iconic DC covers a day until November 23rd.
At that point, you folks will have about a week to pick your Top 10 covers out of the 90 options (I figured I’d give you a few more possible options, make it even more of a mystery as to who makes the list where). I’ll tabulate the votes, and on November 30th, I’ll begin posting the Top 75 Most Iconic Covers in DC Comics History, to celebrate DC’s 75th Anniversary.
In the meantime, feel free to send in suggestions (to firstname.lastname@example.org) for what covers I should pick as the ninety choices that folks can choose from.
Here are the first two covers…
Here is a master list of all covers posted so far.
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