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Source: Reprint story in "Superman's Pal, Jimmy Olsen" #131, 1970.
In the PreCrumbrian age, the ancestor of E.C. Comics published the 232 page "Picture Stories from the Bible - Complete Old Testament Edition" (1943).
The scans on Comic Book Cartography come from vintage comics because we love dots as much as we love diagrams. We love the cheap old four color process – which was simultaneously the barrier we struggled to see past and the space where every comic book frame opened up into infinity.
The four color process is the white noise of comics, full of hidden messages, revealing pocket universes.
Source: We've lost track of where we scanned these, but both are from reprints of early FF issues.