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Look Superboy, We’ve Shrunk the Kids!

Look Superboy, We’ve Shrunk the Kids!

Dream Girl gives Superboy a sinking (Shrinking!) feeling. ADVENTURE COMICS Vol.1,  No.317,  February 1964;  Cover Art:  Curt Swan,  George Klein;  Writer:  Edmond Hamilton;  Penciler:  John Forte;  Inker:  John Forte Dream Girl joins the Legion,  using her irresistible allure to sway the male members of the team.  She then proceeds to manipulate events to get several [...]
Up, Up and Away with Superman!

Up, Up and Away with Superman!

The Startling Story of "Cameras in the Clouds." ACTION COMICS Vol.1, No.111, August 1947;  Cover Art:  John Sikela;  Penciler:  John Sikela;  Inker:  John Sikela   In a tribute to the cameramen that capture history for newsreels,  this issue finds two former military photographers going into business for themselves with the use of cutting-edge technology:  a [...]
Superman & Lois Lane MARRIED?!!

Superman & Lois Lane MARRIED?!!

The Marriage is NOT a HOAX!  Read on fans.... SUPERMAN’S GIRL FRIEND, LOIS LANE Vol.1, No.15, February 1960; Cover Art:Curt Swan, Stan Kaye; Writer: Otto Binder; Penciler: Kurt Schaenberger; Inker: Kurt Schaenberger The cover assures us that the marriage “is not a HOAX!” But let’s be honest, we know there’s a twist coming,and that is [...]
Superman’s Pal Jimmy Olsen in Trouble for KILLING SUPERMAN?!!!  NOOOOOoooo…….

Superman’s Pal Jimmy Olsen in Trouble for KILLING SUPERMAN?!!! NOOOOOoooo…….

Is Superman Really Dead?!! SUPERMAN'S PAL, JIMMY OLSEN Vol.1, No.28, April 1958; Cover Art: Curt Swan,Stan Kaye; Writer: Otto Binder; Penciler: Curt Swan; Inker: Ray Burnley. Swifty Stanton and Lefty Blake hypnotize Jimmy into spending lots of money irresponsibly, but when that plan eventually backfires, they try to convince him to turn over his Superman [...]
Fighting the never ending battle for Truth, Justice and the American Way!

Fighting the never ending battle for Truth, Justice and the American Way!

America’s Favorite Adventure-Strip Character! SUPERMAN Vol.1, No.24, September 1943;  Cover Art: Jack Burnley Writer: Don Cameron; Penciler: Ed Dobrotka  Inker: Ed Dobrotka Behind this patriotic cover, Superman indulges his thespian aspirations with Lois playing damsel in distress in a melodrama starring the Man of Steel himself.  Next, Clark and Lois are introduced to "Crackpot Lane," [...]