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Subvert Comics No. 1, 1970Cover art: Spain Rodriguez
Source: Comic Collector Live

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Subvert Comics No. 1, 1970
Cover art: Spain Rodriguez

Source: Comic Collector Live

Happy Birthday Raquel Welch!

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Stop, 1960s

Happy birthday Raquel Welch!
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Dolce VitaOn the cover: Raquel Welch

Happy birthday Raquel Welch!

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Dolce Vita
On the cover: Raquel Welch

Tags: Raquel Welch

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The life of Mitt Romney seen through comic book (parody) covers. Illustration: Ward Sutton.
Source: The Boston Globe

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The life of Mitt Romney seen through comic book (parody) covers. Illustration: Ward Sutton.

Source: The Boston Globe

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The life of Mitt Romney, seen through comic book (parody) covers. Illustration: Ward Sutton.
Source: The Boston Globe

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The life of Mitt Romney, seen through comic book (parody) covers. Illustration: Ward Sutton.

Source: The Boston Globe

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The life of Mitt Romney, see through comic book (parody) covers. Illustration: Ward Sutton.
Source: The Boston Globe

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The life of Mitt Romney, see through comic book (parody) covers. Illustration: Ward Sutton.

Source: The Boston Globe

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Curtains for the Editor, paperback book (1946)Cover illustration: Gerald Gregg
Source: Paul Malon

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Curtains for the Editor, paperback book (1946)
Cover illustration: Gerald Gregg

Source: Paul Malon

The inspiration for the latest Bloomberg Businessweek cover. Joseph Steele was the name Dale Yarger used when he illustrated his own covers.

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The Stranger, January 31-February 6, 1996 Design: Joseph Steele, art director: Dale Yarger

The inspiration for the latest Bloomberg Businessweek cover. Joseph Steele was the name Dale Yarger used when he illustrated his own covers.

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The Stranger, January 31-February 6, 1996
Design: Joseph Steele, art director: Dale Yarger

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Newsweek, May 9, 1966
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Newsweek, May 9, 1966

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