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.THE VISIONARY - PART 8 of 10
BY POPULAR DEMAND!


Ira Schnapp came to America in search of his destiny, and found it in the pages of a new art form: comic books! Schnapp was DC's ace designer, and he did cover blurbs and hand-drawn in-house ads for DC comics for thirty years. Today, "by popular demand," we'll take a look at some of Schnapp's work from 1965 and 1966, featuring the dynamic debut of one Robby Reed and his amazing H-Dial!
FLASH #152 & GREEN LANTERN #36 - APRIL 1965

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DETECTIVE #338 & JLA #35 - MAY 1965

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DETECTIVE #340 - JUNE 1965
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SUBSCRIPTION AD - JUNE 1965

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STRANGE ADVENTURES #181 - OCTOBER 1965
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WONDER WOMAN #158 - NOVEMBER 1965
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BATMAN #176 - DECEMBER 1965
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HOUSE OF MYSTERY #156 - JAN. 1966

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WONDER WOMAN #159 - JANUARY 1966
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ACTION COMICS #334 - MARCH 1966
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FLASH #159- MARCH 1966

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SHOWCASE #61 - APRIL 1966

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HOUSE OF MYSTERY #158 & MYSTERY IN SPACE #107 - MAY 1966

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SUPERMAN #187 - JUNE 1966

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BATMAN #184- SEPTEMBER 1966

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LOIS LANE #68 - SEPTEMBER 1966

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FLASH #165 - NOVEMBER 1966

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HAWKMAN #19 - NOVEMBER 1966
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