DC Comics Presents #51 (1982) – signed by Alex Saviuk

Here is a copy of DC Comics Presents number 51 published in 1982. This copy was signed by the amazing artist Alex Saviuk at the 2018 Superman Celebration in Metropolis Illinois. Mr. Saviuk was a pleasure to meet and had many of his artwork for sale.

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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”…

DC Comics Super Heroes Good Health Activity Book (1989)

In 1989, Du Pont Pharmaceuticals, the National Association of Retail Druggists, and DC Comics teamed up to produced this DC Comics Super Heroes Good Health Activity Book. This free publication, which is the size of a comic book, features all black-and-white colorable interior pages that contain a maze featuring Robin to help “Chuck” get to the doctor’s office, a backwards printed message that Batman helps you solve…

Action Comics #600 (1988)

This is a copy of Action Comics number 600 published in 1988 by DC Comics when Superman was celebrating his 50th birthday. It contains multiple stories by numerous writers and artists.

The first story, written by John Byrne and illustrated by Byrne and George Perez, begins with that awkward kiss and exchange between Superman and Wonder Woman. The story quickly soars headlong into an adventure on Olympus where the two heroes are deep in a deception by none other than the evil…

Superman II: The Adventure Continues DC Special Series book (1981)

In honor of the passing of Margot Kidder… Lois Lane.

This is a Superman II: The Adventure Continues DC Special Series treasury sized book. The book is filled with behind the scenes stories, interviews with cast and few members, and huge color and black-and-white photos from the production of the movie. The book even includes ads for the Superman telephone, the Atari video game, and the Movieland Wax Museum statue.

Collectors’ Edition Superman: The Movie book (1979)

In all of its treasury sized glory is this Collectors’ Edition Superman: The Movie book. Published in 1979, all of its sixty-four pages are full of giant color photos (and some black and white ones), a detailed look at the Fortress of Solitude as it was in the comics in the day, production photos, behind the scenes shots, storyboards, actor bios, a bio on director Richard Donner…