Most Iconic Marvel panels of all time

Now it's my turn!

This is awesome. If I was to ever get full body Yakuza tattoos, I’d get a montage of these images.

This list of comic book panels (still being added to as of time of writing) collects the most iconic moments in Marvel history. They are from the origins of Marvel’s most popular characters, memorable moments or huge plot twists. Some of them represent a watershed moment in the direction of the comic book medium, such as Frank Miller’s influential work on Daredevil in the early 80s, which was one of the first mainstream superhero books to be aimed at a mature audience.

For officianados of Marvel lore, many contain hidden meanings or pertinence, such as the tiny ‘Snap’ sound effect that signifies the falling Gwen Stacy’s neck snapping as Spider-man tries to save her from falling to her death after being tossed from the top of the George Washington Bridge.

Ranging from the 60s to the current day, most of these are by classic old-school artists like Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko, Walt Simonson and John Byrne.

They’re adding three a day, with the intention of taking the list to 70.

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