From a 1971 issue of Esquire, here’s the Hulk’s Uncle, Happy Herbie Trimpe, illustrating Superwoman, a three page parody of women’s lib in general and its most recognizable spokesperson, Gloria Steinem, in particular.
The Bantam Buckaroo here, from 1951, is drawn by young Leonard Starr. Starr would soon create On Stage, the slickly drawn semi-soap strip starring Mary Perkins (and currently being given the hardcover reprint treatment).
Silver Age Comics revisits a 1968 issue of Teen Titans that epitomizes Bob Haney’s tendency to try to approximate what he thought was hip amongst the younger folk of the day.
Billed as being from the creator of Doc Savage (although he really wasn’t), the pulp hero known as the Avenger never caught on in comics in spite of a number of tries. He did reasonably well in a 1970′s paperback revival, though, and here are a whole bunch of covers to prove it.