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Fred Ray cover
One of the all-time classic Superman covers from the mighty Fred Ray, whose beefy and boastful Superman came to define the character's public and merchandising persona for the first decade of its existence. Here, our hero bursts from his four color world into ours with verve, good cheer, and power.
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CGG FN+: 6.5
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Fred Ray cover
One of the all-time classic Superman covers from the mighty Fred Ray, whose beefy and boastful Superman came to define the character's public and merchandising persona for the first decade of its existence. Here, our hero bursts from his four color world into ours with verve, good cheer, and power.
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Fred Ray cover
One of the all-time classic Superman covers from the mighty Fred Ray, whose beefy and boastful Superman came to define the character's public and merchandising persona for the first decade of its existence. Here, our hero bursts from his four color world into ours with verve, good cheer, and power.
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PGX FN: 6.0
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Fred Ray cvr; Wayne Boring art; 1st bald Luthor
This marks the first appearance of Lex Luthor as he would come to be iconically known -- bald, ticked off, and out to get Big Blue. Luthor had been knocking about the Superman strip up to this point and making a general nuisance of himself, but the character really started to fall into place at around this time. Coupled with a typically dynamic, economically composed Fred Ray cover, this is a popular and important chapter of the Superman mythos.
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Fred Ray cvr; Wayne Boring art; 1st bald Luthor
This marks the first appearance of Lex Luthor as he would come to be iconically known -- bald, ticked off, and out to get Big Blue. Luthor had been knocking about the Superman strip up to this point and making a general nuisance of himself, but the character really started to fall into place at around this time. Coupled with a typically dynamic, economically composed Fred Ray cover, this is a popular and important chapter of the Superman mythos.
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CGC VG-: 3.5
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Fred Ray cvr; Wayne Boring art; 1st bald Luthor
This marks the first appearance of Lex Luthor as he would come to be iconically known -- bald, ticked off, and out to get Big Blue. Luthor had been knocking about the Superman strip up to this point and making a general nuisance of himself, but the character really started to fall into place at around this time. Coupled with a typically dynamic, economically composed Fred Ray cover, this is a popular and important chapter of the Superman mythos.
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cotain 2 of 4 Superman stories
Fred Ray cvr; Wayne Boring art; 1st bald Luthor
This marks the first appearance of Lex Luthor as he would come to be iconically known -- bald, ticked off, and out to get Big Blue. Luthor had been knocking about the Superman strip up to this point and making a general nuisance of himself, but the character really started to fall into place at around this time. Coupled with a typically dynamic, economically composed Fred Ray cover, this is a popular and important chapter of the Superman mythos.
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classic breaking chains cover
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Fred Ray WWII cover
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Fred Ray WWII cover
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CGC VF+: 8.5
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Fred Ray WWII Nazi cvr; real 1st app. of Jimmy Olsen; Lex Luthor app.
No. Action #6 is not the first Jimmy Olsen. Superman #13 is. Jimmy Olsen was originally created for the Superman radio show in 1941. Superman #13 is clearly the very first comic book appearance of J.O. Plus, the Man of Steel takes on the Axis on the cover, placing this issue in the beloved pantheon of Superman WWII covers. The double whammy makes this issue very appealing to Super-collectors and WWII buffs alike.
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Fred Ray WWII Nazi cvr; real 1st app. of Jimmy Olsen; Lex Luthor app.
No. Action #6 is not the first Jimmy Olsen. Superman #13 is. Jimmy Olsen was originally created for the Superman radio show in 1941. Superman #13 is clearly the very first comic book appearance of J.O. Plus, the Man of Steel takes on the Axis on the cover, placing this issue in the beloved pantheon of Superman WWII covers. The double whammy makes this issue very appealing to Super-collectors and WWII buffs alike.
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VG-: 3.5
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classic WWII patriotic shield/eagle cover
Superman #14 is graced with one of the most beloved and iconic of all Golden Age covers. During the trying times of WWII, every major entertainment field committed itself to supporting the Allies in the war effort, and comics, with their direct graphics, boundless optimism, and clear stories of good and evil, exploded into the public consciousness with their relentless and compelling imagery depicting both the glories and the horrors of the war. In Superman, DC stumbled upon the most iconic, all-American hero of all time, albeit, in the form of an alien from a distant planet. Superman stood for everything pure, honest, and true about the U.S.A., from his idyllic upbringing on a farm in Smallville to his everyman alter ego Clark Kent, Superman simply oozed Americana. Even the colors of his suit matched up neatly with the stars and bars, it's no wonder Marvel attempted to emulate these facets of the Man of Steel with their own patriotic superhero, Captain America.
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1st Lois Lane cover; 1st Clark Kent cover
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1st Lois Lane cover; 1st Clark Kent cover
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VG-: 3.5
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1st Lois Lane cover; 1st Clark Kent cover
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classic Fred Ray Hitler/Tojo WWII cover; 1st Fortress of Solitude, scarce
From the vantage point of the modern day, it's hard to understand just how seismic WWII was, and how brutal, primal, and honest the response was in American popular culture. From the perspective of our politically correct era, WWII covers can seem crude and frightening, but for a populace already shaken by a decade of poverty then challenged by the eruption of yet another multi-national conflict, covers like this hit the spot and helped boost national morale. There's no arguing that Superman was among the most recognizable of wartime icons, and the character's series of patriotic war-era covers, mostly drafted by the dependable, criminally underrated Fred Ray, became synonymous with the era's pop culture. This is among the scarcest of those treasures, and one of the most direct, in which two of the architects of the Axis attack, the nefarious Hitler and the despised Tojo, are easily subdued by the mighty Man of Steel, an image that surely raised the spirits of GIs and their loved ones back home. WWII Superman covers are like a collectible unto themselves, making these nearly bullet-proof investments.
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classic Fred Ray Hitler/Tojo WWII cover; 1st Fortress of Solitude, scarce
From the vantage point of the modern day, it's hard to understand just how seismic WWII was, and how brutal, primal, and honest the response was in American popular culture. From the perspective of our politically correct era, WWII covers can seem crude and frightening, but for a populace already shaken by a decade of poverty then challenged by the eruption of yet another multi-national conflict, covers like this hit the spot and helped boost national morale. There's no arguing that Superman was among the most recognizable of wartime icons, and the character's series of patriotic war-era covers, mostly drafted by the dependable, criminally underrated Fred Ray, became synonymous with the era's pop culture. This is among the scarcest of those treasures, and one of the most direct, in which two of the architects of the Axis attack, the nefarious Hitler and the despised Tojo, are easily subdued by the mighty Man of Steel, an image that surely raised the spirits of GIs and their loved ones back home. WWII Superman covers are like a collectible unto themselves, making these nearly bullet-proof investments.
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classic Fred Ray Hitler/Tojo WWII cover; 1st Fortress of Solitude, scarce
From the vantage point of the modern day, it's hard to understand just how seismic WWII was, and how brutal, primal, and honest the response was in American popular culture. From the perspective of our politically correct era, WWII covers can seem crude and frightening, but for a populace already shaken by a decade of poverty then challenged by the eruption of yet another multi-national conflict, covers like this hit the spot and helped boost national morale. There's no arguing that Superman was among the most recognizable of wartime icons, and the character's series of patriotic war-era covers, mostly drafted by the dependable, criminally underrated Fred Ray, became synonymous with the era's pop culture. This is among the scarcest of those treasures, and one of the most direct, in which two of the architects of the Axis attack, the nefarious Hitler and the despised Tojo, are easily subdued by the mighty Man of Steel, an image that surely raised the spirits of GIs and their loved ones back home. WWII Superman covers are like a collectible unto themselves, making these nearly bullet-proof investments.
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classic Fred Ray Hitler/Tojo WWII cover; 1st Fortress of Solitude, scarce
From the vantage point of the modern day, it's hard to understand just how seismic WWII was, and how brutal, primal, and honest the response was in American popular culture. From the perspective of our politically correct era, WWII covers can seem crude and frightening, but for a populace already shaken by a decade of poverty then challenged by the eruption of yet another multi-national conflict, covers like this hit the spot and helped boost national morale. There's no arguing that Superman was among the most recognizable of wartime icons, and the character's series of patriotic war-era covers, mostly drafted by the dependable, criminally underrated Fred Ray, became synonymous with the era's pop culture. This is among the scarcest of those treasures, and one of the most direct, in which two of the architects of the Axis attack, the nefarious Hitler and the despised Tojo, are easily subdued by the mighty Man of Steel, an image that surely raised the spirits of GIs and their loved ones back home. WWII Superman covers are like a collectible unto themselves, making these nearly bullet-proof investments.
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CGC VG/F: 5.0
Cream to Off-White pages
Fred Ray WWII cover
contains ad for Wonder Woman #1
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VG++: 4.75
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Fred Ray WWII cover
contains ad for Wonder Woman #1
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CGC G: 2.0
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