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Download Episode 51!

This week is a perfect time to review some of the collected editions available on Superman. Thanks to http://dccomics.com and http://collectedcomicslibrary.com for being valuable resources. I review some editons that might be good to introduce younger readers to Superman, as well as more expensive editions that may be of interest to older readers.

Send e-mail to supermanfanpodcast@gmail.com. Expanded show notes can be found at http://supermanfanpodcast.blogspot.com .

MY PULL LIST is my spoiler free comic book review blog of the comic books I read every week. It can be found at http://mypulllist.blogspot.com . Send e-mail about this blog to mypulllist@gmail.com.

Superman and all related characters are copyright DC Comics.

Thanks for listening to SUPERMAN FAN PODCAST and, as always, thanks to Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster.

(L to R): Superman #159 & Action Comics #300!

(L to R): Superman #159 & Action Comics #300!

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Both of these stories were reprinted in the recently published SHOWCASE PRESENTS: SUPERMAN. IV.
These stories were originally published under the editorship of Mort Weisinger and were written by Edmund Hamilton. Curt Swan and George Klein created the art for the covers.
LOIS LANE, THE SUPER-MAID OF KRYPTON was originally published in SUPERMAN #159, February 1963, on December 20, 1962. Curt Swan and George Klein created the art for this story.
SUPERMAN UNDER THE RED SUN appeared in ACTION COMICS #300, May 1963, on March 28, 1963. Al Plastino drew the art for this story.

Send e-mail about this podcast to supermanfanpodcast@gmail.com.
Expanded show notes can be found at http://supermanfanpodcast.blogspot.com .

MY PULL LIST is my spoiler free comic book review blog which can be found at http://mypulllist.blogspot.com .
Send e-mail about this blog to mypulllist@gmail.com .

Superman and all related characters are trademark and copyright DC Comics.

Thanks for listening to SUPERMAN FAN PODCAST and, as always, thanks to Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster.

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