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Superman, the Golden Age

Jerry Siegel

Superman, the Golden Age

by Jerry Siegel

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  • 29 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fiction,
  • Comic books, strips,
  • Superheroes,
  • Good and evil

  • About the Edition

    Collects some of the earliest adventures of Superman, including the Man of Steel protecting the citizens of Metropolis from gangsters, spies, and saboteurs.

    Edition Notes

    Other titlesSuperman, the Golden Age.
    StatementJerry Siegel, writer ; Joe Shuster, Wayne Boring, Jack Burnley, Paul Cassidy, Ed Dobrotka, Don Komisarow, Leo Nowak, Fred Ray, John Sikela, artists
    ContributionsShuster, Joe, 1914-1992, artist, Boring, Wayne, 1905-1987, artist, Burnley, Jack, artist, Cassidy, Paul, artist, Dobrotka, Ed, 1917-1977, artist, Komisarow, Don, artist, Nowak, Leo, 1907-2001, artist, Ray, Frederic E., artist, Sikela, John, 1907-1998, artist
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPN6728.S9 S547733 2017
    The Physical Object
    Pagination373 pages
    Number of Pages373
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26925370M
    ISBN 101401270891
    ISBN 109781401270896
    OCLC/WorldCa991601909

    The premiere volume of Golden Age Superman dailies includes all strips from Febru through Octo , and features the first appearance of the mischievous Mr. Mxyzptlk, the menace of The Monocle, the nefarious No Name, Miss Dreamface, "King" Jimmy Olsen, and the kidnapping of Santa Claus!/5. Plus, Superman's foe the Prankster makes his debut, and Lex Luthor survives the electric chair! And Clark Kent goes to the movies and sees his costumed alter ego leap into action in an animated cartoon. Superman: The Golden Age Vol. 4 collects adventures from World's Finest Comics #, Superman # and Action Comics #

      In the early s Superman was a much-needed hero for a nation on the brink of war. The Man of Steel was in his Golden Age, and with each new story, Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster were continuing to expand and enrich the world of their still-relatively-new : DC. Superman: The Golden Age Newspaper Dailies: The Man of Steel's newspaper comic strips are among the rarest of all Superman collectibles. This comprehensive series helps remedy this gap in Superman history by bringing back into print every one of the .

    As shown in the original Golden Age comics — including Action Comics #1 (), Superman (Vol. 1) #1 (), and Superman (Vol. 1) #61 (), as well as in later stories such as Secret Origins (Vol. 2) #1 () — noted scientist Jor-L discovers that Krypton is about to explode, yet he cannot convince his fellow Kryptonians to save. About Superman: The Golden Age Vol. 5 In these tales from the early s, Superman continues to face social injustice as he battles some of his earliest foes, including mad scientist Lex Luthor. The Man of Steel was in his Golden Age, and with each new story, Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster were continuing to expand and enrich the world of their.


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As an avid comic book reader for over 3 decades, these Golden Age Volumes have been a ton of fun to read. It is great watching the evolution of Superman. Seeing Superman continually dealing with helping the average person makes me see how a kid reading these back when they released fell in love with the character/5(52).

In the early s, Superman was a much-needed hero for a nation on the brink of war. The Man of Steel (and his comic book medium) were in their Golden Age, and with each new story, Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster were continuing to expand /5(14). superman: the golden age collects action comics #, superman #, and new york world's fair comics # Included is a foreword and afterword by Jim Steranko.

I won't go into any real detail for the material itself, other then it being what it is for the time period/5(64). Superman: The Golden Age Vol.

4 collects adventures from World's Finest Comics #, Superman # and Action Comics # The Amazon Book Review Book recommendations, author interviews, editors' picks, and the Golden Age book. Read it now. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.

5/5(3). This book comes from the Golden Age, the beginnings of Superman, one that Marvel now claims actually took place in an alternate reality and that is understandable, because the Golden Age Superman is quite different and not nearly as squeaky clean as the Silver Age Man of Steel/5.

The version of Superman from The Golden Age Of Comic Books was also the very first version of the character. The Golden Age book all versions of Superman use Action Comics # 1 as their first appearance, this one literally did appear there first, and is as close to the original intentions of Superman's creators, Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, as it is possible to : Clark Kent, Superman.

The Man of Steel in the Golden Age. Superman’s origin is perhaps one of the best-known stories in comic book history. Indeed, in All Star Superman no.

1 (), writer Grant Morrison and artist Frank Quitely expertly cover the salient points with just four panels and eight words. On the doomed planet Krypton, scientists Jor-El and Lara place their infant son Kal-El into a rocket bound for Earth.

Bizarrement, DC Comics a laissé passer pratiquement trois années avant de donner une suite au premier tome de cette intégrale des toutes premières aventures dessinées de Superman (cf. ' Superman: The Golden Age Omnibus Vol. 1 '), sachant que toutes ces histoires avaient déjà été rééditées il y a quelques années dans la collection /5(19).

The Golden Age is a common term describing an era of comics beginning inwhen Superman made his first comic book debut. The end of this era is vague and nonspecific but it is generally agreed that by the mids, the Silver Age had begun.

The Superman stories in this era are characterized by their everyday plots dealing with gangsters, criminals, corrupt politicians, and the like Duration: "Superman: The Golden Age" is not a new book by Les Daniels.

It is simply an abbreviated version of his other book, "Superman - The Complete History". There may be one or two pages that adds to the other book, but all in all, it is the exact same book.

The ONLY difference is that Superman: The Golden Age is a much smaller book - in size and in 5/5(4). In the early s Superman was a much-needed hero for a nation on the brink of war.

The Man of Steel was in his Golden Age, and with each new story, Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster were continuing to expand and enrich the world of their still-relatively-new creation/5(11). The Golden Age of Comic Books describes an era of American comic books from to During this time, modern comic books were first published and rapidly increased in popularity.

The superhero archetype was created and many well-known characters were introduced, including Superman, Batman, Captain Marvel, Captain America, and Wonder WomanFollowed by: Silver Age of Comic Books. Awesome collection of superman stories from the mid 40's.

Having purchased volume 2,3,4 of superman golden age omnibus i have to say that the length of the art work on the pages in volume 4 is a bit smaller compared to volume 2,/5(9). In the early s, Superman was a much-needed hero for a nation on the brink of war. The Man of Steel (and the comic book medium) were in their Golden Age, and with each new story, Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster were continuing to expand and enrich the world of their still-relatively-new creation/5.

The Hardcover of the Superman: The Golden Age Omnibus Vol. 2 by Various at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID, orders may be : DC Comics. Superman: The Complete Comic Strips is an unofficial umbrella name for the six following titles: Superman: The Golden Age Dailies, Superman: The Golden Age Sundays; Superman: The Atomic Age Dailies, Superman: The Atomic Age Sundays; Superman: The Silver Age Dailies and Superman: The Silver Age Sundays, all published by The Library of American : Superhero.

Get the best deals on Superman Golden Age Comics when you shop the largest online selection at Free shipping on many items (1ST SUPERMAN RADIO SHOW. GREAT GOLDEN AGE BOOK. ACTION COMICS #1 PAGE 31 ( D.C.) 1ST APPEARANCE OF SUPERMAN & LOIS LANE CGC. $1, The Golden Age (or Golden Age of Comic Books) is an era of comic books between the late 30's and mid's and though it is not exclusive to superhero fiction, it is important to it.

Though comics had become increasingly popular in the early 20th century, originally in newspapers in magazines and then in their own periodicals soon referred to as comic books, many believe that the comic book.

In the early s, Superman was a much needed hero for a nation on the brink of war. The Man of Steel (and the comic book medium) were in their Golden Age, and with each new story, Jerry Siegel and Joe Schuster were continuing to expand and enrich the world of their still-relatively-new creation.

Green Lantern Comic Book Price Guide Learn what early issues of the Green Lantern comics are worth, including the first appearance in Golden and Silver Age series. Read more Action Comics Price Guide From the book which began it all, Action #1, with a guide to identifying all the different reprints of this historic book.

Golden, Silver and Bronze Age volumes. InDC began collecting the earliest stories of some its most enduring series and characters in matching trade dress volumes, titled Golden Age Omnibus, Silver Age Omnibus and Bronze Age Omnibus, replacing the earlier lines Showcase Presents, DC Archive Editions and DC Chronicles.

Each Age Omnibus volume is also published as two or three (depending. Superman: The Golden Age Newspaper Dailies: The Man of Steel's newspaper comic strips are among the rarest of all Superman collectibles. This comprehensive series helps remedy this gap in Superman history by bringing back into print every one of the daily newspaper these fifteen storylines Brand: DC Comics.

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