Justice League of America No. 66 Cover: Dillin or Adams?

From November 1968, two versions of the cover to DC Comics’ Justice League of America No. 66 have survived. The first, drawn by Dick Dillin and Joe Giella was rejected. The second was drawn by Neal Adams and made it to the newsstands. I’ve coloured them both up here from scans of the original art.


DICK DILLIN AND JOE GIELLA

Justice League of America 66 cover by Dick Dillin and Joe Giella

Scan from Heritage Auctions.

Justice League of America 66 cover by Dick Dillin and Joe Giella

Cleaned-up art.

Vector logos by Scott Dutton

With trade dress added.

Vector logos and colour by Scott Dutton

Colour version.


NEAL ADAMS

Justice League of America 66 cover by Neal Adams

The published cover.

Justice League of America 66 cover by Neal Adams

Scan from Heritage Auctions.

Justice League of America 66 cover by Neal Adams

Cleaned-up art.

Vector logos by Scott Dutton

With trade dress added.

Vector logos and colour by Scott Dutton

Colour re-creation.


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