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The Strange Story of “The Prankster!”

The Strange Story of “The Prankster!”

Can Superman be Fooled? ACTION COMICSVol.1, No.51, August 1942; Cover Art: Fred Ray; Writer: Jerry Siegel; Penciler: John Sikela; Inker: John Sikela It’s the debut of long-time Superman foe, the Prankster, whose bizarre and quirky crimes make for a special challenge for the Man of Steel. In this first appearance by the deceptively goofy but [...]
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 [...]
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," [...]
Superman Vol.1, No.24, September 1943.

Superman Vol.1, No.24, September 1943.

Happy October America! Might as well celebrate fall 2018 with the Sept-October Superman 1943 issue which features the month of July in our NEW 2019 Vintage Superman Calendar.  Confused yet?  Just roll with the Man of Steel....    Behind this patriotic cover above, Superman indulges his thespian aspirations with Lois playing damsel in distress in [...]
World’s Finest Comics #20, December 1945

World’s Finest Comics #20, December 1945

A Weighty Issue, Indeed. "The Toyman: Super-Scientist!/Larceny Without Loot/Money Talks/Brooklyn Botches the Bakas/George Tanaka, America/King of Coins!"  Cover Artist:  Jack Burnley When Superman tries to recover a "human wavelength detector" from the villainous Toyman, he learns it will be more of a challenge than he expected.  The Toyman is using that same machine to prepare [...]
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