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- See a complete list on Ray Zone's page. Also, this article.
- Captain 3-D was a comic book Super Hero created in 1953 by Simon and Kirby (the creators of Captain America). It was printed in anaglyphs and used the 3-D as a theme for the hero, he lived as a drawing in a book and sprang to life when someone looked at him trough red/blue glasses. It lasted one single issue.
- Batman 3-D by John Byrne came out in 1990, without any 3D fad accompanying it. It also reprinted one of the four stories in the 1953 3D Batman comic.
- The last sixteen pages of The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Black Dossier were presented in 3D.
- An issue of the Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare Comic-Book Adaptation was 3D.
- There was a small 3-D comic book included with the Infocom Interactive Fiction game Leather Goddesses of Phobos. It contained several clues to puzzles within the game.
- Much of Final Crisis: Superman Beyond.
- The Beano 3D summer annual 2011 was as the name suggests a 3D Beano annual with a number of 3D comic strips.
References to 3 D Comic Books in Media
- The 3D Man was a retcon 1950s Marvel Comics superhero who was created in the 1970s in Marvel Premiere. The 3D Man was a combination of a man and his missing brother, who transformed using a pair of glasses and had a red and green costume. He had three times the abilities of a normal man. In modern times, an Affirmative Action Legacy character is 3D Man.
- MAD: In the Fifties this fad was (naturally) mocked in a segment by Harvey Kurtzman and Wally Wood where the Fourth Wall was utterly demolished that the characters ended up falling out of the comic, leaving the last page of the story completely blank.