The long-careered DC veteran who worked most famously on Superman. Swan's "look" for Superman was the de facto official version for the DC Comics hero for nearly three decades. Swan enjoyed a highly-respected reputation in the comic book business as a professional who consistently met deadlines and worked with a high standard.
Born Douglas Curtis "Curt" Swan - February 17, 1920 – June 17, 1996
Superman Family #182
Art by Curt Swan
Curt Swan cover art - Lois Lane 26
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Curt Swan art (with Phil Zupa) - Superman and Batgirl
Superman #279, September 1974 issue
Page art by Curt Swan and Phil Zupa
Superman's Last Day of Life!
Curt Swan art, originally printed in Superman #156. See enlarged.
Supergirl, Adventure Comics 388
"The Romance Machine"
Cover art by Curt Swan and Murphy Anderson, January 1970
Action Comics Cover (reprint, 1972)
Reprint (from 1972) of Curt Swan Supergirl cover art from Action Comics #324. See enlarged.
Lyla Lerrol of Krypton and Superman
Page from "The Last Days of Superman" by Edmund Hamilton and Curt Swan, 1962.
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World's Finest Comics #74
World's Finest Comics #74, Jan-Feb 1955
Pencils art by Curt Swan - Inks by Stan Kaye
Superboy #123 - Curt Swan
Curt Swan art, Superboy #123, Sept 1965. See the cover art enlarged.
Action Comics 255, 1959
Action Comics #255, cover art by Curt Swan and Stan Kaye.
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Kings of the Underworld, 1967
Curt Swan cover art, World's Finest #165, March 1967.
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Action Comics #360
Cover by Curt Swan - inks by George Klein
No! No! I'm Innocent! Lois Lane #100
Superman's Girlfriend Lois Lane #100, April 1970
Cover art by Curt Swan (inks by Murphy Anderson)
Lois Lane #23, Feb 1961
Superman's Girlfriend Lois Lane #23, Feb 1961, Cover art by Curt Swan. Inks by Stan Kaye
Curt Swan cover art 1962
Superboy #98, July 1962. Cover art by Curt Swan
Curt Swan, 1957
Curt Swan Supergirl - 1962
Curt Swan - A Life in Comics - 192 Pages - Amazon.com
Original page Sept 2016