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The Superman Chronicles, Volume 1 by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster. Superman's earliest adventures, in which he crusades for justice for the little guy!

In 1940, Superman hadn’t yet become the Biff! Boom! Pow! type. But a mythical superhero, stronger than any evil, must have been a welcome fantasy for desperate Americans caught between the Great Depression and the growing menace in Germany. (Image courtesy of Seattle Daily Times; March 5, 1940; p1)

Superhero Fantasies

In 1940, Superman hadn’t yet become the Biff! Boom! Pow! type. But a mythical superhero, stronger than any evil, must have been a welcome fantasy for desperate Americans caught between the Great Depression and the growing menace in Germany. (Image courtesy of Seattle Daily Times; March 5, 1940; p1)

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Funny pictures about DC meets Marvel. Oh, and cool pics about DC meets Marvel. Also, DC meets Marvel photos.

Earlier this week, we flagged a digital archive of comic books from the Golden Age. Now we stumble upon this nugget from the same era: A video archive that showcases the complete Superman animated cartoon series from the early 40's, all in Technicolor.

The Superman animated cartoons, commonly but somewhat erroneously known as the "Fleischer Superman cartoons" were a series of seventeen animated Technicolor short films, produced by Fleischer Studios from 1941 to 1942 and Famous Studios from 1942 to

Superman in The Sixties # 1 DC Comics Trade Paperback 1st printing

Superman in The Sixties # 1 DC Comics Trade Paperback 1st printing

Superman in The Sixties # 1 DC Comics Trade Paperback printing

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