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When Did a Woman First Draw Batman, Spider-Man and Superman?

Spider-Man is a bit tricky himself, but not really.

Marie Severin did some alterations in Amazing Spider-Man #82, but pretty much just making sure that the talk show host looked like Merv Griffin...

A decade later, she became the semi-regular artist on Spectacular Spider-Man with 1980's Spectacular Spider-Man #45...

For Superman, Joyce Chin drew the 1998 miniseries Superman: Silver Banshee...

Chin also did a page in the 2006 all-star tribute issue of Superman/Batman to Sam Loeb.

Adriana Melo drew Superman/Batman #86, if you're looking for the first woman to draw an issue of an ongoing Superman title...

While Nicola Scott drew Superman #3 in 2012, if you're looking for specifically the first woman to draw the flagship Superman title...

Thanks for the request, Wayne! If anyone else has a question regarding when something in comic book history first showed up, drop me a line at brianc@cbr.com and I'll try to figure it out for you!

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