Batman No. 351 Cover: Colan or Colón?

Gene Colan was the penciller on Batman in 1982, and he did up a cover for No. 351, inked by Frank Giacoia. Perhaps wanting a larger, more active Batman, Ernie Colón and Dick Giordano were tasked to re-draw the figure. Here are both of them coloured up.


Batman 351 by Ernie Colon and Dick Giordano

As published.


GENE COLAN AND FRANK GIACOIA

Batman 351 by Gene Colan and Frank Giacoia

Scan from Heritage Auctions.

Batman 351 by Gene Colan and Frank Giacoia

Cleaned-up art.

Logos and typography by Scott Dutton

Re-created trade dress added.

Colouring by Scott Dutton

Colour.


ERNIE COLÓN AND DICK GIORDANO

Batman 351 by Ernie Colon and Dick Giordano

Scan from Heritage Auctions.

Batman 351 by Ernie Colon and Dick Giordano

Cleaned-up art.

Logos and typography by Scott Dutton

Re-created trade dress added.

Colouring by Scott Dutton

Colour.


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