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Curt Swan

Real Name
Douglas Curtis Swan
Curt Swan



Date of Birth
February 17, 1920

Date of Death
June 16, 1996

Place of Birth

First publication


Personal History

Personal History of Curt Swan is unknown.

Professional History

Swan is probably best known as the penciller for the Silver Age-Bronze Age Superman titles, as well as the Legion of Super-Heroes. Swan succeeded Wayne Boring as the prime Superman artist.

Curt Swan Superman Annual Vol 1 9

Curt Swan as drawn by -- Curt Swan

He provided the pencils for Alan Moore's imaginary tale Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow? which was Swan's final major contribution to the series. He was released from his regular Superman duties in 1986, though he would infrequently return to the character for another decade. His final Superman contribution was five pages in Superman: The Wedding Album, which was released six months after his death.


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