Pencil Panel Page
In 2009, I happened upon a one-shot Spider-Man & Human Torch story. Side-by-side on the rack at my local comic book store were an English-language version and a Spanish-language version, both of which were called ¡Bahía de los Muertos! (literally Bay of the Dead). The Spanish version was also marked “Edición Boricua en Español,” meaning that it was the Puerto Rican edition. I’ve included two images, below. The one on the left is from the Spanish version and the one on the right is from the English. In panel 1, Johnny is getting hit by a monster. In panel 2, Spider-Man is driving the flying car and asks Johnny if he’s okay. In panel 3, Johnny goes supernova to help defeat the monster. Both of these images are equivalent except for the linguistic text.
Bramlett, Frank, "How Do Comics Artists Create Sound Effects in Spanish and English?" (2011). English Faculty Publications. 35.