Tomahawk #116, DC Comics, May/June 1968 – Artist: Neal Adams.
You cannot take your eyes off Tomahawk #116, the colors, the hues, the tones, the action, the mood, Neal knocked it out of the park with this one.
While we’re here celebrating this fine cover I think we should give props to Warren Stattler’s Billy the Kid #115, another fine cover.
For may Day #116 brought out loads of great covers, tons of them. I think I’ll link each pic to prove my point.
I probably should have picked Blue Bolt #116 but we’re boycotting Cole for a while on the count that he don’t play fair. I did an Undervalued Spotlight a while ago on Action Comics #116 based solely on how cool the cover was. I was thinking of picking Secret Hearts #116 but then I realized I already did in day #92! And how about Romantic Stories #116, I think it’s a story about Barbershop Quartet groupies. Avengers #116 deserves mention as does Famous Funnies #116. It was a great day for covers !
Speaking of tough decisions to make perhaps I should have picked one of my personal favorites, I Love You #116, I love this cover so much I bought the original Tom Sutton painting!
I’m thinking the JOWA should go to Superboy #116, was anybody actually doing any work at DC in the early 1960s?
A great comic book cover matching each day of the year, 1 through 365. Please chime in with your favourite corresponding cover, from any era.