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  • Issue #27
    DC Comics Presents (1978 DC) 27
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    Superman and Manhunter from Mars star in "The Key That Unlocked Chaos!" First appearance of Mongul. Written by Len Wein, with art by Jim Starlin, Dick Giordano and Frank McLaughlin. Characters: Superman; Martian Manhunter [J'onn J'onzz, Manhunter from Mars]; Mongul (intro, villain); Steve Lombard; Jimmy Olsen; Lois Lane; The Warzoon (aliens, flashback); The Largas (aliens, flashback); green kryptonite. Plus: "Whatever Happened to Congorilla?" Written by Bob Rozakis, with art by Romeo Tanghal and Frank Chiaramonte. Characters: Congo Bill; Congorilla; Golden Gorilla; Janu; Mose; K'Bani (villain); Fred Cantrell (villain). Cover by Jim Starlin. Cover price $0.50.

  • Issue #28
    DC Comics Presents (1978 DC) 28

    Superman and Supergirl must face everything that Mongul unleashes on them from "Warworld!" Continued next issue. Script by Len Wein, art by Jim Starlin & Romeo Tanghal. Plus: the back-up tale that answers the question "Whatever Happened to Johnny Thunder?" Script by Mike Tiefenbacher, art by Gil Kane. Cover by Starlin. Cover price $0.50.

  • Issue #29
    DC Comics Presents (1978 DC) 29

    The Spectre intervenes when Superman bursts the very bonds of infinity in his search for Supergirl in "Where No Superman Has Gone Before." Continued from the previous issue. Script by Len Wein, art by Jim Starlin & Romeo Tanghal. Plus: the back-up tale that answers the question "Whatever Happened to Dr. Mid-Nite?" Script by Bob Rozakis, art by Alex Saviuk & Joe Giella. Cover by Starlin. Cover price $0.50.

  • Issue #30
    DC Comics Presents (1978 DC) 30

    Black Canary has disturbing and dangerous dreams and comes to Superman for help in "A Dream of Demons." Script by Gerry Conway and art by Curt Swan & Vince Colletta. Issue also has "Whatever Happened to the Golden Age Atom?" Script by Bob Rozakis and art by Alex Saviuk & Vince Colletta. Cover price $0.50.

  • Issue #31
    DC Comics Presents (1978 DC) 31

    Investigating a suspicious circus act, Robin finds that a hypnotized Superman is part of "The Deadliest Show on Earth!" Written by Gerry Conway. Art by Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez & Dick Giordano. Plus: "Whatever Happened to Robotman?" by Bob Rozakis, Alex Saviuk & Vince Colletta. Cover by Ross Andru & Dick Giordano. Cover price $0.50.

  • Issue #32
    DC Comics Presents (1978 DC) 32

    Superman and Wonder Woman star in "The Super-Prisoners of Love." Written by Gerry Conway, with art by Kurt Schaffenberger and Vince Colletta. Characters: Superman; Wonder Woman; Eros (villain); Aphrodite; Steve Trevor; Lois Lane; Lana Lang; a minotaur. Plus: "Whatever Happened to Mark Merlin and Prince Ra-Man?" Written by Mike Tiefenbacher, with art by Alex Saviuk and Vince Colletta. Characters: Prince Ra-Man; Mark Merlin (flashback); Roy Raymond; Elsa Magusson; Jimmy Olsen (cameo); Steve Lombard (cameo); Memakata; The Gargoyle (flashback); Kranak (flashback); Riman (flashback). Cover by Ross Andru and Dick Giordano. Cover price $0.50.

  • Issue #33
    DC Comics Presents (1978 DC) 33

    When Superman goes on a rescue mission, he discovers that he is in Captain Marvel's costume and has his powers in "Man and Supermarvel." Script by Gerry Conway & Roy Thomas and art by Rich Buckler & Dick Giordano. Issue also has "Whatever Will Happen to Star Hawkins?" Script by Mike Tiefenbacher and art by Alex Saviuk & Vince Colletta. Statement of Ownership, Management, and Circulation in the book states that the average monthly number of sales of the comic is 134,211. Cover price $0.50.

  • Issue #34
    DC Comics Presents (1978 DC) 34
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    Now back to normal and with their own powers, Superman and Captain Marvel, along with the Marvel Family, try to get Superman back into his own world in "The Beast-Man That Shouted 'Hate' at the Heart of the U.N." Script by Roy Thomas and art by Rich Buckler & Dick Giordano. Cover price $0.50.

  • Issue #35
    DC Comics Presents (1978 DC) 35

    Superman tries to help Man-Bat who is trying to find something that will save his daughter's life in "The Metamorphosis Machine." Script by Martin Pasko and art by Curt Swan & Vince Colletta. Issue also has "Whatever Happened to Rex the Wonder Dog." Script by Mike Tiefenbacher and Art by Gil Kane. Cover price $0.50.

  • Issue #36
    DC Comics Presents (1978 DC) 36

    Superman and Starman team up to battle Mongul and rescue Starman's beloved Merria in "Whatever Happened to Starman?" Script by Paul Levitz and art by Jim Starlin. Cover price $0.50.

  • Issue #37
    DC Comics Presents (1978 DC) 37

    While on an archeological dig, Hawkgirl sees a chamber with Kryptonese inscriptions and contacts Superman for help in "The Stars, Like Moths." Script by Jim Starlin & Roy Thomas and art by Jim Starlin. Issue also has "Whatever Will (Or Did) Happen to Rip Hunter, Time Master." Script by Mike Tiefenbacher and art by Alex Saviuk & Vince Colletta. Cover price $0.50.

  • Issue #38
    DC Comics Presents (1978 DC) 38

    George Perez cover. Superman and the Flash team up to try to figure out why everyone and everything has decelerated to a much slower rate and look as if frozen in time in "Stop the World – I Want to Go Home!" Script by Martin Pasko and art by Don Heck. Issue also has a double page pinup of Superman and the co-stars from the first 36 issues of DC Comics Presents and "Whatever Happened to the Crimson Avenger." Script by Len Wein and art by Alex Saviuk & Dennis Jensen. Cover price increases to 60 cents. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #39
    DC Comics Presents (1978 DC) 39

    Superman and Plastic Man team up to track down a toy stolen from the Toyman which leads to all sorts of antics for both heroes and villains in "The Thing That Goes Woof in the Night." Script by Martin Pasko and art by Joe Staton & Bob Smith. Issue also has "Whatever Happened to Richard Dragon Kung-Fu Fighter." Script by Mike W. Barr and art by Alex Savilik & Vince Colletta. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #40
    DC Comics Presents (1978 DC) 40

    When strange and unusual incidents involving elements occur, Superman suspects that Metamorpho the Element Man may be involved in "The Day the Elements Went Wild." Script by Gerry Conway and art by Irv Novick & Frank McLaughlin. Issue also has "Whatever Happened to the Original Air Wave?" Script by Bob Rozakis and art by Alex Saviuk & Vince Colletta. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #41
    DC Comics Presents (1978 DC) 41

    Superman and the Joker team up when the Clown Prince of Crime says he can help find the Prankster and his hostage Perry White in "The Terrible Tinseltown Treasure-Trap Treachery!" Written by Martin Pasko. Art by Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez & Frank McLaughlin. Plus: 16-page new Wonder Woman preview by Roy Thomas, Gene Colan & Romeo Tanghal. Cover by Ross Andru & Dick Giordano. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #42
    DC Comics Presents (1978 DC) 42

    A mysterious soldier appears at opportune times and helps Superman and Clark Kent in "The Specter of War." Script by Paul Levitz and art by Irv Novick & Frank McLaughlin. Issue also has "Whatever Happened to the Sandman?" Script by Mike W. Barr and art by Jose Delbo & Joseph Giella. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #43
    DC Comics Presents (1978 DC) 43
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    Brian Bolland cover. When Superman faces a threat from the Sun-Eater and Mongul and the danger of Earth's destruction, Jimmy Olsen summons the Legon of Super Heroes to help in "In Final Battle." Script by Paul Levitz and art by Curt Swan & Dave Hunt. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #44
    DC Comics Presents (1978 DC) 44

    When Clark Kent is sent to investigate the appearance of many super heroes in the town of Fairfax, Superman and the Dial "H" for Hero team face "The Man Who Created Villains." Script by Bob Rozakis & E. Nelson Bidwell and art by Irv Novick & Frank McLaughlin. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #45
    DC Comics Presents (1978 DC) 45

    Firestorm asks for Superman's help when Martin Stein is accused of aiding a smuggler in "The Chaos Network." Script by Gerry Conway and art by Richard F. Buckler & Bob Smith. Statement of Ownership, Management, and Circulation in the book states that the average monthly number of sales of the comic is 127,399. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #46
    DC Comics Presents (1978 DC) 46

    Dr. Mist summons Superman to help battle "the greatest evil the world has ever known" and then Superman teams up with the Golbal Guardians to battle a team of super villains in "The Wizard Who Wouldn't Stay Dead." Script by E. Nelson Bridwell and art by Alex Saviuk & Pablo Marcos. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #47A
    DC Comics Presents (1978 DC) 47A
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    1st printing. 1st appearance He-Man and the Masters of the Universe in comics. Superman vs. He-Man and The Masters of the Universe in "From Eternia with Death!" written by Paul Kupperberg with art by Curt Swan and inks by Mike DeCarlo. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #47MATTY
    DC Comics Presents (1978 DC) 47MATTY
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    MattyCollector.Com Promotional Exclusive Reprint representing the 1st appearance of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe. The comic was never issued with an action figure pack but handed out in raw form to promote the He-Man Toy Line. 20 pages including the covers and it is printed on slick high quality white paper with no interior ads. It has an ad for MattyCollector.Com on the back cover. Inside front cover has a pinup of Superman and He-Man. No cover price and no UPC on the front cover. Superman vs. He-Man and The Masters of the Universe in "From Eternia with Death!" written by Paul Kupperberg with art by Curt Swan and inks by Mike DeCarlo.

  • Issue #48
    DC Comics Presents (1978 DC) 48

    Superman and Aquaman team up to investigate why and how the octopus has evolved into super creatures in "Eight Arms of Conquest." Script by Dan Mishkin & Gary Cohn and art by Irv Novick & Frank McLaughlin. Issue also has "Whatever Happened to the Black Pirate and Son?" Script by Roy Thomas and art by Alfredo Alcala. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #49
    DC Comics Presents (1978 DC) 49

    DC Comics Presents: Superman and SHAZAM! - Written by Roy Thomas and Paul Kuppergerg. Art by Rich Buckler and John Calnan. Can even the combined power of Superman and Captain Marvel stand up to the awesome might of Black Adam?! 32 pages, FC. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #50
    DC Comics Presents (1978 DC) 50

    Superman and Clark Kent team up not only to take on the Atomic Skull, but to prevent planetary disaster, too, in "When You Wish Upon a Planetoid!" Story by Dan Mishkin & Gary Cohn, art by Curt Swan & Kurt Schaffenberger. Plus: to mark the 50th golden jubilee issue, a 2-page pin-up of Superman and his 65 colossal co-stars by Alex Saviuk & Frank Giacoia. Cover by Rich Buckler & Giacoia. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #51
    DC Comics Presents (1978 DC) 51

    While in a time pool, the Atom witnesses Superman's death and once he gets back to present time, tries to prevent it from occurring in "Rendezvous with Death." Script by Dan Mishkin and art by Alex Saviuk & Frank McLaughlin. Issue also has a 16-page insert of a preview of the upcoming Masters of the Universe comic, "Fate is the Killer." Script by Paul Kupperberg and art by Curt Swan & Dave Hunt. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #52
    DC Comics Presents (1978 DC) 52

    1st appearance Ambush Bug. A mysterious energy source appears and starts causing problems, as does a villain by the name of Ambush Bug. Superman and the Doom Patrol team up to handle them in "Negative Woman Goes Berserk." Script by Paul Kupperberg and art by Keith Giffen & Sal Trapani. Issue also has a 16-page insert of a preview of the upcoming Atar Force comic, "Code Name: Liberator." Script by Gerry Conway and art by Ross Andru & Dick Giordano. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #53
    DC Comics Presents (1978 DC) 53

    It's Halloween and people dressed up as super heroes magically and suddenly possess their powers and in order to solve the problem, Superman must enter the House of Mystery in "The Haunting Dooms of Halloween." Script by Dan Mishkin and art by Curt Swan & Tony DeZuniga. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #54
    DC Comics Presents (1978 DC) 54

    #54 Metropolis' smog levels are at lethal levels and Superman and Green Arrow try to find out what's causing the problem in "The Price of Progress." Script by Paul Kupperberg and art by Don Newton & Dan Adkins. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #55
    DC Comics Presents (1978 DC) 55

    1st printing. While tracking down some dangerous gold kryptonite, Superman tries to help Air Wave, whose powers have mysteriously disappeared in "The Parasite's Power Ploys." Script by Bob Rozakis and art by Alex Saviuk & Pablo Marcos. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #56
    DC Comics Presents (1978 DC) 56

    DC Comics Presents: Superman and Power Girl - "Death in a Dark Dimension!" Written by Paul Kuppergerg. Art by Curt Swan and Dave Hunt. Cover by Gil Kane. From Earth-1, the Man of Steel suddenly disappears. Meanwhile on Earth-2, the same thing happens to Power Girl. These two mighty champions of justice soon find themselves trapped in a dark dimension and facing the terrible might of Maaldor the Darklord! 32 pages, FC. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #57
    DC Comics Presents (1978 DC) 57

    Ominous dreams of Metropolis' destruction lead Superman to face off against a foe who can make his dreams come to life in "Days of Future Past." Script by Dan Mishkin & Gary Cohn and art by Alex Saviuk & Frank McLaughlin. Statement of Ownership, Management, and Circulation in the book states that the average monthly number of sales of the comic is 126,805. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #58
    DC Comics Presents (1978 DC) 58

    Gil Kane cover. While at a circus, Superman, Robin and the Elongated Man battle foes who cannot be touched in "The Deadly Touch of the Intangibles." Script by Mike W. Barr and art by Curt Swan & Dave Hunt. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #59
    DC Comics Presents (1978 DC) 59

    When Ambush Bug hitches a ride of Superman while he is traveling through time, the two are transported to 2983 A.D. and then Superman and the Legion of Substitute Heroes must track him down in "Ambush Bug II." Script by Keith Giffen & Paul Levitz and art by Keith Giffen & Kurt Schaffenberger. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #60
    DC Comics Presents (1978 DC) 60

    Gil Kane cover. The Guardians of the Universe seek Superman's help to save hundreds of planets from dying and a universe becoming enslaved in "Battle for the Universe." Script by Cary Burkett and art by Irv Novick & Tony DeZuniga. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #61
    DC Comics Presents (1978 DC) 61

    Murdermek, a death droid weapon, is sent back to Metropolis during Superman's time and OMAC, the one man army corps, travels back to that time to help Superman in "The Once and Future War." Script by Len Wein and art by George Perez & Pablo Marcos & Rick Hoberg. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #62
    DC Comics Presents (1978 DC) 62

    Gil Kane cover. The Freedom Fighters from Earth X arrive to help Superman battle a plot to conquer America and the world in "Born On the Fourth of July." Script by Bob Rozakis & Dan Mishkin and art by Irv Novick & Dave Hunt. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #63
    DC Comics Presents (1978 DC) 63

    Amethyst, Princess of GemWorld, returns to Earth seeking Superman's help in capturing Carnelian in "Worlds To Conquer." Script by Dan Mishkin & Gary Cohn and art by Alex Saviuk & Ernie Colon & Bob Smith & Gary Martin. Cover price $0.60.

  • Issue #64
    DC Comics Presents (1978 DC) 64

    Gil Kane cover. Kamandi, the last boy on Earth and some animal mutants appear as Metropolis starts to decay. What's going on? That's what Superman wants to know in "May You Live in Interesting Times." Script by Mark Evanier and art by Alex Saviuk & Frank McLaughlin. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #65
    DC Comics Presents (1978 DC) 65

    When Superman has nightmares of destruction and doom and finds himself being controlled by an unseen force, he seeks help from Madame Xanadu in "Slayer from the Dark Dimension." Script by Paul Kupperberg and art by Gray Morrow. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #66
    DC Comics Presents (1978 DC) 66

    A druid statue from over 2,000 years ago unleashes a horrible power which Superman and the Demon must face in "The Resurgence of Blackbriar Thorn." Script by Len Wein and art by Joe Kubert. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #67
    DC Comics Presents (1978 DC) 67

    A secret weapon from the Toyman disables Superman as he leaves the Fortress of Solitude and who should find and help him in the North Pole? Santa Claus! in "'Twas the Fright Before Christmas." Script by Len Wein & E. Nelson Bridwell and art by Curt Swan & Murphy Anderson. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #68
    DC Comics Presents (1978 DC) 68

    Gil Kane cover. Vixen seeks Superman's help when a family friend disappears while playing inside a video game in "Destiny's Children." Script by Gerry Conway and art by Curt Swan & Murphy Anderson. Statement of Ownership, Management, and Circulation in the book states that the average monthly number of sales of the comic is 119,559. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #69
    DC Comics Presents (1978 DC) 69

    Superman travels back in time to World War II to find out about a story that a young Perry White wrote, while a war correspondent, about Hitler's Secret Olympics in "Back to World War II." Script by Mark Evanier and art by Irv Novick & Dennis Jensen. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #70
    DC Comics Presents (1978 DC) 70

    Superman tries to help the Metal Men when they become experiments for a mad scientist in "Survival of the Fittest." Script by Paul Kupperberg and art by Alex Saviuk & Tony De Zuniga. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #71
    DC Comics Presents (1978 DC) 71

    Bored and armed with abilities which enable him to give powers to non-super people, Bizarro come to Metropolis and creates all sorts of problems for Superman in "The Mark of Bizarro." Script by E. Nelson Bridwell and art by Curt Swan & Dave Hunt. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #72
    DC Comics Presents (1978 DC) 72

    DC Comics Presents: Superman, the Phantom Stranger and the Joker - "Madness in a Dark Dimension!" Written by Paul Kuppergerg. Art by Alex Saviuk and Dennis Jensen. Cover by Alex Saviuk and Dick Giordano. Superman must once again face the dark power of Maaldor the Darklord! But this time his partner is none other the Clown Prince of Crime himself - the Joker?! Guest-starring the enigmatic Phantom Stranger. 32 pages, FC. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #73
    DC Comics Presents (1978 DC) 73

    DC Comics Presents: Superman and the Flash - "Rampaging in Scarlet!" Written by Cary Bates. Art by Carmine Infantino and Dave Hunt. Cover by Carmine Infantino and Klaus Janson. Why is Superman trying to arrest the Flash? What could have possibly happened to turn the Man of Steel against the Crimson Comet? The answer may surprise you! 32 pages, FC. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #74
    DC Comics Presents (1978 DC) 74

    Superman, Hawkman and Hawkwoman investigate a mysterious Kryptonian signal in outer space in "Wings Against the Stars." Script by Bob Rozakis & Dan Mishkin and art by Alex Saviuk & Romeo Tanghal. Cover price $0.75.

  • Issue #75
    DC Comics Presents (1978 DC) 75

    Superman tries to figure how and why Arion, Lord High Mage of Atlantis has suddenly materialized in Metropolis in "Partners in Time." Script by Paul Kupperberg and art by Tom Mandrake. Cover price $0.75.