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Image: Superman: Man of Tomorrow Archives Vol. 03 HC  - DC Comics

In these tales from the 1960s, Superman meets a super outlaw from Krypton, fights Titano the Super-Ape, battles Lex Luthor and more! Collects Superman #132-139 and stories from Action Comics #255-266. [(W) Otto Binder, Jerry Siegel (A) Wayne Boring, Curt Swan (CA) Curt Swan, Stan Kaye]

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Image: Superman: The Atomic Age Sundays 1949-1953 HC  - IDW Publishing

These never-before-reprinted 1950s Sundays are a special treat for Superman fans and comics historians worldwide. This first book of the Atomic Age Sundays features more than 175 full-color strips, from October 23, 1949 through March 15, 1953. In these tales, the impish Mr. Mxyztplk has returned to drive Superman crazy and the Man of Steel returns to Smallville for Superboy Week celebrations and ends up solving a case he never had a chance to as Superboy!

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Image: Superman: The Atomic Age Sundays 1953-1956 HC  - IDW Publishing

More than 170 never-before-reprinted Superman Sundays from the 1950s. This second book in the Atomic Age Sundays features every Superman weekly strip from March 22, 1953 through June 24, 1956. In these tales, Superman encounters two escaped criminals from Krypton; challenges Lois to discover his secret identity in three different periods in history; battles the mysterious Prankster; meets the legendary Hercules; mixes it up with the Phantom Thief, a crook whom radiation turns invisible; encounters a flying horse named Comet (no, not the one belonging to Supergirl!); and is super-confused when he suffers from super-amnesia! Introduction by Mark Waid.

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Image: Superman: The Atomic Age Sundays 1956-1959 HC  - IDW Publishing

Superman's newspaper comic strips are among the most rare of all Superman collectibles. This comprehensive series helps remedy that gap in Superman history by bringing back into print every one of the Sunday newspaper strips. The Man of Steel stars in seven classic adventures as the 1950s Atomic Age comes to a close. Two of the stories are original to the newspaper strip, while five were alternate versions of tales that were simultaneously published in the regular comic books. One of the featured adaptations is Superman Versus the Futuremen, written by Batman co-creator Bill Finger, which retells Superman's origin. This concluding volume of Superman's Atomic Age Sundays reprints all strips from July 1, 1956 to October 11, 1959.

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Image: Superman: The Golden Age Dailies 1944-1947 HC  - IDW Publishing

The creative torch is passed to writer Alvin Schwartz when Superman's creators Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster leave the series. Schwartz and artist Wayne Boring present sixteen storylines that begin while World War II is still raging and continue into the post-war era. Stories include The Prankster's Peculiar Premonitions, Lois Lane, Editor, and Superman's Secret Revealed!

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Image: Superman: The Golden Age Dailies 1947-1949 HC  - IDW Publishing

The Man of Steel's newspaper comic strips are among the rarest of all Superman collectibles. In these 15 storylines, Superman faces off against the Crime Mentalist who can predict crimes before they happen; finds himself locked up for speeding in Superman, Jailbird; plays cupid to help a millionaire Prince Charming find the mysterious Miss Whisper; and is at the mercy of his old foe Enthor's paralyzing weapon! Other stories in this third addition to the series include Lois's Secret Identity and The Super Elixir.

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Image: Superman: The Silver Age Dailies Vol. 03: 1963-1966 HC  - IDW Publishing

Wayne Boring provides the classic artwork, and once again, Superman co-creator Jerry Siegel scripts adaptations of stories that first appeared in comic books. Siegel and Boring offer alternate versions of now classic stories originally written by Siegel himself, Leo Dorfman, Otto Binder, Robert Bernstein, Edmund Hamilton-and drawn in comic books by Curt Swan, Al Plastino, Kurt Schaffenberger, and Pete Costanza. More than 750 daily strips - over two years of stories - from Earth-N (for Newspapers) that comic book fans have not previously seen. Edited and designed by Dean Mullaney, Introduction by Sid Friedfertig, and cover drawing by Pete Poplaski.

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Image: Superman: The Silver Age Sundays 1959-1963 HC  - IDW Publishing

A comprehensive series that remedies a gap in comics history, bringing back all the Superman Sunday strips-among the character's rarest collectibles-as co-creator Jerry Siegel returns to writing duties. In these 18 classic adventures from October 18, 1959, to January 20, 1963, the Man of Steel meets The Kryptonite Girl and his Mermaid Sweetheart. Also featured are Superman's Greatest Feats, The Super Powers of Perry White, The Invasion of the Super-Ants, and The Creature of 1,000 Disguises, among other early '60s tales drawn by Wayne Boring.

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