After looking at hundreds of comic book covers, it becomes quickly apparent that not every cover is 100% original. Whether done intentionally or even underhandedly, there’s something about uncovering these “swipes” that adds a new element of fun to reading and collecting comics.

Alan Moore’s Watchmen set the bar high for comics and ushered in an era of realism in superheroics. Its influence can still be seen in today’s comics. The limited [print run: 2,000] variant of No Hero #3 paid homage to this issue.

Watchmen #1
Watchmen #1
September 1986
Dave Gibbons
No Hero #3
No Hero #3 (auxiliary)
December 2008
Juan Jose Ryp

On Ebay: Watchmen | No Hero
On AtomicAvenue: Watchmen | No Hero

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