Namor, the Sub-Mariner #4, page 8 by John Byrne & Bob Wiacek. 1990.
John shared this story about how he started working on Namor:
Technically, I didn’t pitch NAMOR.
One of Shooter’s rules was that characters who lost their own titles “reverted” to the editorial office of the book where they’d started. This meant, minus his own title, the Sub-Mariner belonged to the Fantastic Four. So I’d been thinking for a while about what I might do with him. Then there were a series of editorial shufflings, and Namor landed in Terry Kavanagh’s lap. Terry had the idea of playing up the businessman angle, and asked me if I’d be interested in developing something along those lines. As it happened, that was where I’d arrived with my own cogitations, so I said Sure!
I was unhappy to leave Namor simple because I have a great fondness for the character.
Doctor Strange: The Oath #1 to #5 covers by Marcos Martin
Spider-Man: Chapter One #8, page 13 by John Byrne. 1999.
Shirtless Sgt. Fury, sans nipples! You might say my redo of this 1965 Jack Kirby cover is a real Howler!
Captain America #247, page 2 by John Byrne & Joe Rubinstein. 1980.
1979 - Anatomy of a Cover - Spectacular Spider-Man #32
by Bob Layton
Alex Toth designs for the 1967 Hanna-Barbera Fantastic Four cartoon show; The Skrulls & The Super-Skrull, The Watcher, Doctor Doom, Diablo & The Red Ghost. (From 1996’s Alex Toth: By Design, by the artist & Darrell McNeil.)
The Sub-Mariner and the Human Torch by Paolo Rivera
Black Knight by Steve Epting
Jean & Scott by Bob Larkin
Another one commissioned by me in my trading card days.