Two of the most famous comic-book characters in the world, born just 3 days apart, and what better way to celebrate than have both appear together! :)
Here is the first traditional American costumed superhero, Superman (created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster), carrying with him one of French Belgium's most beloved bande dessinée (French term for comic-book or comic-strip) characters, the adventurous bellboy Spirou (created by Robert "Rob-Vel" Velter)! The characters debuted on Action Comics #1 (National Allied Publications, now DC Comics; April 18, 1938) and Le Journal de Spirou #1 (Dupuis Publishing; April 21, 1938), respectively. I started on this on the evening of April 17, finished after midnight (April 18), just in time for Superman's Anniversary. Done on tablet in Photoshop, and in a slightly higher resolution than what I've worked with lately!
BTW, I apologize if Superman looks disproportionate. (It's difficult to draw from scratch with my Bamboo tablet!) LOL! Still, this is the first time in years that I drew the traditional Superman, and I like how it came out, in spite of the flaws. (And this is the first time I actually drew Spirou!)