Happy Boxing Day!
Yeah, I know that Boxing Day isn't supposed to be about this kind of boxing but I was interested to learn that, in the out-takes of the Comic Books Unbound documentary I reviewed yesterday, Neal Adams cited Superman vs. Muhammad Ali as the single work he is (at least, as of 2008) most proud of. Mostly because of what the book said about race relations.
That image above links to a good-sized scan of the cover, so you can actually try your hand at naming all the celebrities Adams drew onto the cover. As many of them have long since fallen out of the public eye, it should prove to be significantly harder now than it was a few decades ago when the book first came out. Answer key below...