Silver age comics
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21 Superheroes. Countless deaths, resurrections, renumberings, gender changes and new costumes.
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1959-02 - Superman Volume 1 - #127 - Titano the Super-Ape! #SupermanComics #DCComics #SupermanFan #Superman #ComicBooks
Silver Surfer Vintage Superhero Poster Wall Art giclee reproduction print on fine paper that will not fade. Available in different sizes, unframed or framed in black matte wood frame. Custom sizes available. Made in USA by Museum Outlets as superhero greeting cards and posters
Featured Characters: 🢐 Sub-Mariner (Namor McKenzie) 🢒 Antagonists: 🢐 It, the Silent One Supporting Characters: 🢐 Dorma 🢒 Other Characters: U.S. Navy 🢐 Kraken 🢒 (First appearance) Races and Species: Humans Atlanteans Locations: Earth-616 Earth Atlantis Medi-Ray Chamber Namor continues his battle against the radioactive creature known as It, as a military submarine, believing Namor to be responsible for the creatures attack on the vessel fire torpedoes at the two combatants. Their fight…
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Superman #138 - Titano, The Super-Ape! / Superman's Black Magic! / The Mermaid From Atlantis! (Issue)
1960-07 - Superman Volume 1 - #138 - Titano, The Super-Ape! - Superman's Black Magic! - The Mermaid From Atlantis! #SupermanComics #DCComics #SupermanFan #Superman #ComicBooks
Russ Farris saved to Comix
Condition: F, conditions are only estimates, we are not professional graders, buy at your own risk.
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Terry Vasut saved to x men
Superman Fan covers the oversized comic from the 1970s featuring the battle between the Big Red Cheese and the Man of Steel. But before that matchup ever took place (indeed before DC began publishing Shazam!), there was another tumultuous pairing between Supes and somebody who quite clearly was inspired by Captain Marvel: In the splash page to Action #351, we learned what his name stood for: And in Whiz Comics #2, we found out what Shazam stood for: (Image lifted from the late, lamented…
Maurice Marshall saved to Action Comics
In honor of the Caped Crusader’s 75th birthday. View the Slideshow.
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