Curt Swan


Comics on Television &#8211 Dynamic Forces on the Shopping Channel Tonight

Comics on Television – Dynamic Forces on the Shopping Channel Tonight

Also included is a Classic Pencil Sketch Variant Cover from the longest running Superman artist, Curt Swan Additionally, the show will feature a special selection package of Eleven Action 1000 Variant Covers depicting the Man of Steel throughout the decades; from his inception in 1930 through present time with classic artists, Dan Jurgens, Jim Steranko,[...]

Action Comics #1000 Review: Happy Birthday Superman

Action Comics #1000 Review: Happy Birthday, Superman

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] In this celebration of 1000 issues of Action Comics and the 80th birthday of Superman himself, we are given 10 tales of the Man of Steel in Action Comics #1000. The first is a celebration of Superman courtesy of Metropolis. The second is a montage of the eras of Superman through the technological wizardry of […]

First 3 Pages Of Wilfredo Torres Art On Jupiters Circle With Mark Millar

First 3 Pages Of Wilfredo Torres' Art On Jupiter's Circle, With Mark Millar

That's Curt Swan of course, sixties artist supreme on Superman, and the period where Jupiter's Circle, the prequel to Jupiter's Legacy, is set.Except maybe not at first, as this preview of Wilfred Torres' art on the series written by Mark Millar, indicates a look back at the past from the far flung future And since[...]

And Finally&#8230 The History Of The DC Universe As It Was

And Finally… The History Of The DC Universe, As It Was

Gilbert, Jim Starlin, Joe Kubert, Arthur Adams, Walter Simonson, Paul Norris, Mike Grell, Mary Wilshire, Andy Kubert, Gil Kane, Kurt Schaffenberger, Bob Kane, Curt Swan, George Pérez, Howard Chaykin, Jan Duursema, Carmine Infantino, Jim Steranko, Gray Morrow, Neal Adams, Murphy Anderson, Dave Gibbons, Gilbert Hernandez, Dan Spiegle, Frank Thorne, Ramona Fradon, Matt Wagner, Ernie Colon, Irwin[...]

New Batman And Joker B&#038W Statues Sprang From DC Collectibles

New Batman And Joker B&W Statues Sprang From DC Collectibles

In 1955 he replaced Curt Swan as the regular artist for the Superman/Batman stories in World's Finest until his retirement in 1963.One off the stories Spran drew, Joker's Millions, was adapted as an episode of Batman: The Animated Series.The Sprang statues are a throwback to a lighter time for the Caped Crusader and the Clown Prince[...]


"Call Me Curt"

Spencer had a ton of top-notch artists for us to choose from, with one of them being legendary Superman artist Curt Swan.One night during the summer of ’95, Spencer called us to tell me that he and Curt were looking to do one major deal, selling off the rest of his artwork for $20,000 to[...]