new
archives
faq
links
contact
facebook
X
ISSUE NO. 678
X
Hi reader! Ready for another round of SPOT THE DIFFERENCES? It's all about spotting the differences between advertised versions of comic book covers and the actual printed covers. This is round two, so they're a little tougher this time...

FANTASTIC FOUR #28, SPIDER-MAN #14
X
ABOVE: Ad for FF #28 and SPIDEY #14.

BELOW: The FF ad cover version, side by side with the PRINTED version.

There are two differences! Can you see it? When you're ready, place CURSOR over covers and let Little Hands help you SPOT TWO DIFFERENCES!
ff 28

Below is the advertised version of Spidey #14, side by side with the printed version.

There are THREE differences! Can you see them? When you're ready, place CURSOR over covers and let Little Hands help you SPOT THREE DIFFERENCES!
spidey
X-MEN #10
X
ABOVE: Ad for X-MEN #10.

BELOW: The ad version, side by side with the PRINTED version.

There are THREE difference! Can you see it? When you're ready, place CURSOR over covers and let Little Hands help you SPOT THREE DIFFERENCES!
X-Men
BELOW: Big BONUS! Jack Kirby's original (rejected) cover for X-Men #10!

SPIDER-MAN #68
X
ABOVE: Ad for SPIDEY #68.

BELOW: Thead cover version, side by side with the PRINTED version.

There are THREE differences! Can you see them? When you're ready, place CURSOR over covers and let Little Hands help you SPOT THREE DIFFERENCES!
Spidey68

Sgt. Fury and His Howling Commandos #21
X
ABOVE: Ad for FURY #21.

BELOW: The ad cover version, side by side with the PRINTED version.

There are TWO differences, one HUGE, one smaller! Can you see them? When you're ready, place CURSOR over covers and let Little Hands help you SPOT TWO DIFFERENCES!
fury21
That's all reader!
Hope you enjoyed spotting the differences!
X
X
X
X