Sterling Publishing Superman: The Dailies 1939-1942 hardcover book (2006)

This massive Superman: The Dailies – 1939-1942 hardcover book by Sterling Publishing Company is chock full of reprints of the weekday Superman newspaper comic strips from those years. It begins with his arrival on Earth and sweeps into many crime fighting stories including battling Luthor (in the days before he was given a first name), defending Metropolis against a submarine and a squadron of planes, and battling a group of villains resembling the Ku Klux Klan.

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Super Powers! #5 (2017) – signed by artist Art Baltazar

This is a copy of Super Powers! number 5 cover dated May 2017. The comic book series, intended for a younger demographic, was illustrated by Art Baltazar. I had the great pleasure of meeting the talented artist at the 2018 Superman Celebration in Metropolis Illinois.

Action Comics #286 (1962)

Here is a copy of Action Comics number 286 cover dated March 1962. This issue contains two stories. The first is called “The Jury of Super-Enemies” in which Superman is tormented by nightmares brought on by eating ketchup poisoned with red Kryptonite while visiting a diner within the Superman Museum. The grains of Kryptonite were placed in the bottle of ketchup by…

Wal-Mart Exclusive Justice League of America and Superman 100-Page Comic Giant (2018)

Offered exclusively in 2018 at Wal-Mart stores are these Justice League of America and Superman 100-Page Comic Giant comic books. With a nod to the classic 100-page comics of the 1970s, both covers are vibrant and eye-catching. Both comics are packed with stories, some new and some reprinted, that is sure to get both old and newcomers to DC Comics characters excited.

Superman #180 (1965)

This is a copy of Superman number 180 published in 1965 by DC Comics. The first story in this issue deals with Clark Kent as he tries to uncover the secret identity of Superman live on television. What?? Yes, it’s true. It is later revealed, however, that Clark Kent was bribed into finding out the information by conniving criminals who kidnapped Lois Lane. Throughout Clark’s “investigation”…