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9th Sep '17 1:33:25 AM SeptimusHeap
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* One famous and much-homaged example is a Steve Ditko-drawn issue of ''{{ComicBook/Spider-Man}}'' - issue 33 - in which Spider-Man is trapped underneath some wreckage, waiting to drown. As he builds up the strength to lift it, the panels grow bigger and bigger, until the final full-page splash panel, in which he hoists it above his head.

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* One famous and much-homaged example is a Steve Ditko-drawn issue of ''{{ComicBook/Spider-Man}}'' ''{{ComicBook/SpiderMan}}'' - issue 33 - in which Spider-Man is trapped underneath some wreckage, waiting to drown. As he builds up the strength to lift it, the panels grow bigger and bigger, until the final full-page splash panel, in which he hoists it above his head.
24th Aug '17 9:13:57 AM ZombieAladdin
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* ''Manga/OnePiece'' deserves a mention too, particularly when Oda feels the need for some SceneryPorn.

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* ''Manga/OnePiece'' deserves a mention too, particularly when Oda feels the need for some SceneryPorn. He also uses them whenever Luffy defeats a major villain to make that final blow feel more impactful.
21st May '17 5:55:21 PM nombretomado
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* WillEisner is probably one of the first people to use splash panels in Western comics (or at least is the TropeCodifier). Eisner used splash panels in ComicBook/TheSpirit to great success.

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* WillEisner Creator/WillEisner is probably one of the first people to use splash panels in Western comics (or at least is the TropeCodifier). Eisner used splash panels in ComicBook/TheSpirit to great success.
8th Jan '17 1:33:24 PM nombretomado
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* ''TheUltimates'' is rather fond of splash pages, which were taken to their logical extreme at the climax of the ''Grand Theft America'' story, where there was a fold-out splash page that was seven or eight pages wide.

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* ''TheUltimates'' ''ComicBook/TheUltimates'' is rather fond of splash pages, which were taken to their logical extreme at the climax of the ''Grand Theft America'' story, where there was a fold-out splash page that was seven or eight pages wide.
23rd Nov '16 3:27:36 PM spectertv
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* Astonishing Spider-man and Wolverine has a two page splash of Wolverine remembering his history and htinking about what else he would have wanted to do followed three page splash of [[spoiler:Wolverine standing with the phoenix gun in his hand about to shot doom the living planet.]]

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* Astonishing Spider-man and Wolverine has a two page splash of Wolverine remembering his history and htinking thinking about what else he would have wanted to do followed a three page splash of [[spoiler:Wolverine standing with the phoenix gun in his hand about to shot doom down the living planet.]]
31st Oct '16 7:15:15 PM AndyLA
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[[caption-width-right:350:''ComicBook/{{Nextwave}}: You will buy six copies of [[http://z8.invisionfree.com/Superdickery_Forum/ar/t4086.htm this comic]].'']]

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[[caption-width-right:350:''ComicBook/{{Nextwave}}: You will must buy six copies of [[http://z8.invisionfree.com/Superdickery_Forum/ar/t4086.htm this comic]].comic]] now.'']]
2nd Dec '15 10:24:18 AM dreamofwritting
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* In a Creator/JossWhedon-written issue of the ''ComicBook/XMen'', after meeting up with Colossus while attempting to catch a plane, Wolverine said "I have [[TwoWordsObviousTrope two words]] for you," followed a Splash Panel that provides the page image for FastballSpecial.

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* In a Creator/JossWhedon-written issue of the ''ComicBook/XMen'', after meeting up with Colossus while attempting to catch a plane, Wolverine said "I have [[TwoWordsObviousTrope two words]] words for you," followed a Splash Panel that provides the page image for FastballSpecial.
27th Nov '15 5:33:32 PM nombretomado
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* An early issue of ''TheSavageDragon'' was done entirely in splash panels, in homage to the Thor example above.
* In a Creator/JossWhedon-written issue of the ''{{ComicBook/X-Men}}'', after meeting up with Colossus while attempting to catch a plane, Wolverine said "I have [[TwoWordsObviousTrope two words]] for you," followed a Splash Panel that provides the page image for FastballSpecial.

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* An early issue of ''TheSavageDragon'' ''ComicBook/TheSavageDragon'' was done entirely in splash panels, in homage to the Thor example above.
* In a Creator/JossWhedon-written issue of the ''{{ComicBook/X-Men}}'', ''ComicBook/XMen'', after meeting up with Colossus while attempting to catch a plane, Wolverine said "I have [[TwoWordsObviousTrope two words]] for you," followed a Splash Panel that provides the page image for FastballSpecial.
5th Nov '15 3:08:47 PM StFan
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* In ''TheWarlord'' Mike Grell would usually have a two-page splash panel an issue.

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* In ''TheWarlord'' ''ComicBook/TheWarlord'' Mike Grell would usually have a two-page splash panel an issue.
3rd Nov '15 8:32:50 PM nombretomado
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* ''[[ThreeHundred 300]]'' in its original Main/ComicBook form was nothing but two-page spreads. This created some difficulty when it was collected into a trade paperback, as there would have been a massive crease in the middle of every page, thus why the ''300'' trade is twice as wide as other graphic novels.

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* ''[[ThreeHundred ''[[ComicBook/ThreeHundred 300]]'' in its original Main/ComicBook form was nothing but two-page spreads. This created some difficulty when it was collected into a trade paperback, as there would have been a massive crease in the middle of every page, thus why the ''300'' trade is twice as wide as other graphic novels.



* The entirety of the last issue of ''TheDeathOfSuperman'' storyline was nothing but splash pages.

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* The entirety of the last issue of ''TheDeathOfSuperman'' ''ComicBook/TheDeathOfSuperman'' storyline was nothing but splash pages.
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