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BATMAN AND SUPERMAN World's Finest The Silver Age Volume 2

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BATMAN AND SUPERMAN World's Finest The Silver Age Volume 2

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Almost Gone! Collects World's Finest #95-116, 1958-61. Recommended. By Edmond Hamilton, Bill Finger, et al. Art by Curt Swan and Dick Sprang. 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, Mr. Mxyzptlk and more alien threats than might seem possible.

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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, Mr. Mxyzptlk and more alien threats than might seem possible.

Stories include "Superman's Secret Kingdom," "The Creature from Beyond," "The Bewitched Batman," "The Star Creatures," "The Alien Superman," "The Super-Foes from Planet X," "The Day Superman Betrayed Batman," "The Caveman from Krypton," "The Menace of the Atom-Master," and "The Dictator of Krypton City" among many others.

Wild, fun, and sometimes just goofy stories from the early Silver Age. Includes some fine inking by Stan Kaye, Ray Burnley, Charles Paris and Shelly Moldoff. Burnley is a fine artist, brother to Jack Burnley. His work on the early Jimmy Olsen Comics made those stand-outs of the period. Shelly's long career began with Hawkman and the Black Pirate in the early 1940s DC comics, and continued as the ghost to Bob Kane in Batman and Detective stories from this same time period.

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Item Code BSF02
Publisher DC
Publish Date 2018
ISBN 9781401277802
Binding Soft Cover
Dimensions 7x10
# Pages 304pg
Color Full Color
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