The Best Comic Covers of the 60s

Over 300 Ranker voters have come together to rank this list of The Best Comic Covers of the 60s
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Upvote the coolest, most interesting looking comic book covers, originally published in the 1960s

You can't judge a book by it's cover. Usually. Comic books are the exception, as the beauty and awesomeness of a comic book's cover is just a preview of the greatness inside. And when it comes to comic book covers, the 1960s were chock full of weird art, gorgeous new character design, and odd story lines. The 60s was one of the weirdest decades in comics and one of the most diverse. With many characters we still love and know today being created in the 60s (Spider-Man, the X-Men), and others going through some of their oddest stages (Batman, Superman) What are the best comic book covers from the 60s?

Often, you can judge a comic book by its cover, especially when the same artist is handling the interiors as well. Comic book cover art is its own specialized form of entertainment. You need to catch the eye of the reader and show some of what's going on within the book's pages, all while not giving too much away.

The most awesome comic book covers from the 1960s on this list all do just that. Cast your votes for the greatest comic book covers of the 60s – those covers that had you captivated before you even turned a page.
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  • 1. Amazing Fantasy #15

    Amazing Fantasy #15
    Photo: Marvel
    141 votes
  • 2. Flash #123

    Flash #123
    Photo: DC Comics
    111 votes
  • 3. Incredible Hulk #1

    Incredible Hulk #1
    Photo: Marvel
    106 votes
  • 4. Amazing Spider-Man #50

    Amazing Spider-Man #50
    Photo: Marvel
    121 votes
  • 5. Amazing Spider-Man #39

    Amazing Spider-Man #39
    Photo: Marvel
    129 votes
  • 6. Captain America #109

    Captain America #109
    Photo: Marvel
    74 votes