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The silver age of Superman

The silver age of Superman

the greatest covers of Action comics from the "50s to the "70s

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Published by Artabras in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Superman (Comic strip),
    • Comic book covers -- United States.,
    • Superman (Fictitious character) -- Art.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      Other titlesAction comics.
      Statement[text, Mark Waid].
      ContributionsWaid, Mark.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPN6728.S9 S55 1995
      The Physical Object
      Pagination144 p. :
      Number of Pages144
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1272626M
      ISBN 100896600556
      LC Control Number95003952
      OCLC/WorldCa31969864

      Luthor/Superman Showdown. Age: Silver. Creators: Edmond Hamilton, Curt Swan An exemplary Silver Age Superman story that tended to place Superman in unlikely situations on the cover. Best Superman Stories Issues Superman # Collected In Superman in the Sixties. Modern Superman meets Golden Age Superman. Age: Bronze. Creators: Marv. - Mostly from 's by Curt Swan. See more ideas about Superman comic, Comic covers and Comic book covers pins.

        The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Batman & Superman in World's Finest: The Silver Age Vol. 1 (NOOK Comics with Zoom View) by Edmond Hamilton, Curt Swan, Dick Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your : DC. 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 .

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A companion to [[ASIN The Golden Age of Superman: The Greatest Covers of Action Comics from the '30s to the '50s]], this coffee table book explores the four-color adventures of the "Silver Age" Superman (i.e.

the Superman of Earth-One) as featured on the covers to _Action Comics_ from Nos. (Jan. ) through (July ). Get the best deals on Comic Book Lot DC Silver Age Superman Comics when you shop the largest online selection at Free shipping on many items Vintage DC SUPERMAN COMIC BOOK Silver Age LOT (2) $ +$ shipping.

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$ SUPERMAN COMIC (DC,) # EARLY SILVER AGE!. ~ $ Superman's Girl Friend LOIS LANE #71 (DC Comics ) 2nd SILVER AGE CATWOMAN. The Silver Age of Comics was a historical period in the publication of DC comic books, including those of the Superman franchise.

This age is characterized by "campy" storylines, and major expansion of the Superman mythos. Characters such as Supergirl, Krypto, Streaky, and the Legion of Super-Heroes, among others, were added to the Superman mythos during this era.

Duration: The Silver Age Superman shares several similarities to The Man of Steel of today, but his histories was vastly different, as well. This Superman existed in a more simplistic time, and was still distinguished by his awesome might and mind. The Superman of Earth-1 came from the dying world of Krypton.

The Silver Age of Comic Books was a period of artistic advancement and widespread commercial success in mainstream American comic books, predominantly those featuring the superhero archetype. Following the Golden Age of Comic Books and an interregnum in the early to mids, the Silver Age is considered to cover the period from to circaand was Followed by: Bronze Age of Comic Books (–).

During his year comics career the veteran science fiction writer penned the comic-book adventures of Superman, Doc Savage, the Shadow, Captain America, Blackhawk, and most notably Captain Marvel and his supporting cast, the majority of whose Golden Age exploits sprang from Binder's fertile imagination/5(15).

Many of the superheroes from today’s blockbuster franchises, including Batman, Superman, and Captain America, emerged during this period, and the industry grew into a commercial powerhouse.

Following a sales dip during the early s that marked the end of the Golden Age, the Silver Age began (circa ) and lasted for some fifteen years. Curt Swan would go on to pencil Superman for 3 decades so this was clearly influential, and when people imagine Silver Age Superman, they imagine Curt Swan’s pencils.

However, some fans point to Detective Comicsas the start of the Silver Age. The Silver Age is the informal term applied to a specific period of comic book publishing history. Following the Golden Age era, DC's Silver Age is largely recognized as beginning with the introduction of the Barry Allen incarnation of the Flash in [[Showcase V The Silver Age is the informal term applied to a specific period of comic book publishing history.

Following the. The Superman of Earth-One is the incarnation of Superman that existed during the Silver Age and Bronze Age publications of DC Comics. He is also known by the following names: Silver Age Superman and Pre-Crisis Superman.

2 Fictional biography. Fellow Kryptonians. 4 Post-Crisis use of Earth-One elements. Crisis on Infinite ego: Kal-El/Clark Kent. Currently the Silver Age of Comics begins with Showcase #4, with a cover date of September/October Hence each comic is considered to be Silver Age if it is dated from October to December Per the article in Wiki the end of the S.A occurred in April of when the Green Lantern w.

The Silver Age in a nutshell. "Today we once again venture forth into the deepest depths of insanity known as 'the Silver Age' - when comics cost 12 cents, Superman could juggle planets with his pinky finger, and stories didn't have to follow anything like 'logic' or 'natural plot development'!" Depending on who you ask, either a magical time.

Superhero - Superhero - Silver Age (–69): By the mids, the comic-book industry was imperiled. Superheroes were passé, except for the Man of Steel, a media star thanks to The Adventures of Superman (–57), a syndicated program appearing on the medium that had robbed comics of much of its audience: television.

To survive, comics had turned to other. Here is an archive of all the Silver Age comics features so far. We begin with the first "Death of Superman," from 's Superman #, by Jerry Siegel, Curt Swanand Sheldon Moldoff (interesting match there).

Enjoy. This imaginary story was told in three chapters. In the initial chapter, Lex Luthor appears to have renounced his life of crime!!!Author: Brian Cronin. The Silver Age is commonly considered to have begun in and to have lasted until about Many people consider DC Comics’ Showcase Number 4 to be the beginning of the Silver Age.

The Silver Age was preceded by the Golden Age and followed by the Bronze and then the Modern Ages. The Silver Age is significant because marks a period in the.

Silver Age Comics is one of NYC's oldest comic shops. Established in Februaryin Queens, NY, we've got a fantastic collection of vintage books, as well as the latest new releases.

Article in Huffington Post. Astoria Characters: The Champion of Comic Books. The final nail in the coffin of the rougher, breakout character from could be said to have come in andwhen the George Reeves' show was cancelled, and when Martian Manhunter and the Silver Age Flash first appeared. By this point, any ideas that had been unique to the Golden Age version of Superman had long since : Clark Kent, Superman.

Silver Age. Genres: Action, Adventure, Superhero. Publisher: DC Comics. Writer: Mark Waid. Artist: Brian Bolland, Terry Dodson. Publication date: July Status: Completed Views: 11, Bookmark.

Agamemno reaches Earth as the incredible event begins. Gathering some of the JLA's greatest foes Lex Luthor, Sinestro, the Penguin, Catwoman, Mr.

Most Popular Silver Age Comic Books Avengers #4 Revival of Captain America; First silver age appearance of Captain America; First silver age appearance of Bucky #37 --$ $1, $4, $7, $11K. Batman # First appearance of Poison Ivy. Superman, which had forever been DC's best-selling title, not only dropped out of first place, but it sold a startlingfewer copies per issue than it had the year before.

And that was only the beginning; his related titles also took big hits in circulation--Superboy d, Lois Lane d, Jimmy Olsen d, Action and.In the silver age Superman could lift tons of PLANETS as easy as we can lift a baseball. And Supernovas and all sorts of stuff did not hurt him at all. In the Bronze AGe they made him weaker.Record sale: $94, Minimum value: $1, Check Values | Have Yours Appraised.

Every early issue of Superman Comic had the Man of Steel on the cover, so unlike Action Comics #2, Superman #2 is the second-best issue to find in your vintage comic book collection. The cover is not nearly as cool, to our eyes, as #1, and that yellow stripe shows a lot of dirt and wear, but .