13 COVERS: A ROSS ANDRU Birthday Celebration

A Spider-Fave…

I’m pretty certain that Ross Andru did a lot more work for DC than he did for Marvel. No matter. I will always consider him an essential Spider-Man artist, having drawn some of my favorite web-slinging tales.

Andru, who was born Rossolav Andruskevitch on June 15, 1927, would have been 91. (He died in 1993 at age 66.)

Dig these 13 COVERS:

Mike Esposito inks

John Romita inks

Frank Giacoia inks

Giacoia inks

Bob McLeod inks

Romita inks

Giacoia inks

Esposito inks

Joe Sinnott inks

Sinnott inks

Giacoia inks

Giacoia inks

Esposito inks

Cover images and credits from the rousing Grand Comics Database.

Author: Dan Greenfield

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  1. Not my favourite Spidey artist, by a long shot, but certainly worthy of recognition.

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  2. For me, the most memorable Ross Andru works are Superman vs. Spider-Man (though this was a collaborative cover, it seems?) and the interiors to some DC/Fisher Price books-with-cassette that my parents bougth in the mid-80s.

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