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PLAY BALL – IT’S OPENING DAY!

PLAY BALL – IT’S OPENING DAY!

Superman Out or Safe at Home?  Sneak Peek 2021 Vintage DC. WORLD'S FINEST COMICS Vol.1, No.15, September 1944;  Cover Art:  Jack Burnley;  Writer:  Jerry Siegel;  Penciler:  Jon Small;  Inker:  George Roussos One of the joys of Golden Age DC Comics is seeing our heroes having a good time together, like on the cover of this [...]
Splittsville for Superman and Supergirl?

Splittsville for Superman and Supergirl?

Will the Superteam really split up?  Learn more.... ADVENTURE COMICS Vol.1,  No.382,  July 1969;  Cover Art:  Curt Swan,  Neal Adams; Writer:  Cary Bates;  Penciler:  Kurt Schaenberger; Inker:  Kurt Schaenberger In a story that demonstrates just how far the comic book portrayal of a female hero had yet to progress,  a Kryptonian robot teacher originally tasked [...]
That’s not Starfinger!  What the?  Learn the truth inside….

That’s not Starfinger! What the? Learn the truth inside….

The True Identity of STARFINGER! ADVENTURE COMICS Vol.1,  No.336,  September 1965;  Cover Art:  Curt Swan,  George Klein;  Writer:  Edmond Hamilton;  Penciler:  John Forte;  Inker:  Sheldon Moldoff In the concluding chapter of a tale that began last issue,  the Legion of Super-Heroes are still trying to stop Starfinger in his quest to destroy the Seven Wonders [...]
Move over Superman.  I got this!!

Move over Superman.  I got this!!

Supergirl's Greatest Victory! ACTION COMICS  Vol.1,  No.262,  March 1960;  Cover Art:  Curt Swan,  Stan Kaye,  Ira Schnapp;  Writer:  Robert Bernstein;  Penciler:  Wayne Boring;  Inker:  Stan Kaye Witnessing the landing of a Kryptonite meteor,  Supergirl muses about the substance’s dangerous effects,  and is determined to develop a Kryptonite immunity through gradual exposure to more and more [...]
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 [...]
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