A cover of a 1966 issue of Giff Wiff, a journal published by Le Club Des Bandes Dessinées, the “first organized association of French devotees to the comic strip as art form”, founded in 1962 by, among others, Alain Resnais (presumably after he had directed Last Year at Marienbad…?). Chris Marker (La Jette) and Alain Robbe-Grillet were also members. Giff Wiff published, among other things, Umberto Eco's essay “Le Mythe de Superman et la dissolution du temps’ [The Myth of Superman and the Dissolution of Time”.
All of Mike Wieringo’s keen covers from Sins of Youth, a now-ancient DC fifth-week event where Klarion the Witch-Boy uses magic to try and de-age all the super-heroes so they can be destroyed—only to be interrupted, with hilarious results.
All the adult super-heroes become teenagers, all the teenaged super-heroes become adults, and all the senior super-heroes of the Justice Society end up as a preteens.