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Superboy (1949)

Superboy (1949)

Superboy stories include: The Man Who Could See Tomorrow (Superboy, Superman, Lois Lane), The Boy Vandals (Superboy), and Superboy Meets Mighty Boy.

Batman & Superman in World's Finest Comics: The Silver Age

Batman & Superman in World's Finest Comics: The Silver Age

They had been fighting crime separately for years but it wasn't until the historic SUPERMAN #76 in 1952 that Superman, the Man of Steel, finally teamed up with the Caped Crusader himself—Batman. That story proved so popular that the team quickly became the main feature in WORLD'S FINEST COMICS—and thus the greatest partnership in comics was born. Their adventures together would feature heroes and villains such as Robin, Batwoman, Lex Luthor, Bat-Mite and Mr. Mxyzptlk, as well as more alien threats than might seem possible.BATMAN & SUPERMAN: THE WORLD'S FINEST – THE SILVER AGE VOLUME ONE collects the classic story of the two heroes first meeting from SUPERMAN #76 and their super team-ups from WORLD'S FINEST #71-94.

Legion of Super-Heroes: The Silver Age

Legion of Super-Heroes: The Silver Age

"It started out as just another Superboy story—on the face of it, perhaps a bit more innovative than most, although it was published during one of the most creative periods in DC Comics history. It wound up changing the entire comics field.The Legion of Super-Heroes was merely a clever title for a group of teenage superheroes (only three of whom were actually named) from the far future who went back in time to pay tribute to the greatest teenage superhero of them all—the Boy of Steel, Superboy. But the interest from comics fans was so great, the super-team was brought back time and time again, in the majority of Superman Family titles. Eventually, demand grew so strong that the Legion of Super-Heroes was awarded its own continuing series.Legion of Super-Heroes: The Silver Age Vol. 1 collects stories from Adventure Comics #247, #267, #282, #290, #293, #300-310, ACTION COMICS #267, #276, #287, #289, Superboy #86, #89, #98 and Superman #147.

Worlds Unknown

Worlds Unknown

One of Marvel's horror titles from the 1970's. It featured such strange characters as "The Killdozer" (much like DC's Haunted Tank) and Sinbad. It lasted for only 8 issues.

Batman: The Black Casebook

Batman: The Black Casebook

The stories that inspired Grant Morrison's Batman R.I.P. were collected as a semi-related tie-in to his tour de force run on Batman and its related books.  Grant Morrison would not actually pen any stories in this book.  It is strictly reprints of classic stories.

Strange Adventures (1950)

Strange Adventures (1950)

Written by Edmond Hamilton. Art by Howard Sherman. Photo cover from Destination Moon. Chris and the crew of the Pioneer encounter radioactive, crystalline men in the Green Nebula and foil a plot to steal the Nebula's radium. Superboy stars in a one-page public service announcement, "Job Counselor. Written by David V. Reed. Art by Paul Norris and Bernard Sachs. Darwin meets a young actress who has accidentally bathed in the Fountain of Youth. Written by Jack Schiff, Mort Weisinger, and Bernie Breslauer. Art by Dick Sprang. A description of devices, events, and innovations predicated by Wells in his fiction. Written by Gardner Fox and Edmond Hamilton. Art by Jim Mooney and Sy Barry. A scientist uses a hydrogen bomb to cause rain, resulting in a world-wide flood. He uses a second bomb to save mankind. Article written by Julius Schwartz. Art by Morris Waldinger and Tommy Nicolosi. Science facts about the experiments of Otto von Ghericke and Isaac Newton. Text story, art by Raymond Perry. Written byGardner Fox and Robert Heinlein. Art by Curt Swan and John Fischetti. A story about a seat-of-the pants, first landing on the moon, adapted from the 1950 George Pal movie, Destination Moon.

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