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Eighty Page Giant (1964) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Eighty Page Giant (1964) 1
    • Ink transfer, abrasion to front cover.
    • 1" Cumulative spine split.
    • 1 1/4" Spine split.
    • 1" Spine split from top of comic.
    • 2" cumulative spine split.
    • 1" cumulative spine split. Staple rust/migration.
    • 2-1/2" spine split from top of comic.
    • 3" spine split from bottom.
    • 5" cumulative spine split.
    • 2 1/2" spine split, page detached.
    • 4.5" Cumulative spine split.
    • Oxidation. 8 3/4" Cumulative spine split.
    • Half-length spine split.
    • Interior is complete. Full length spine split. Missing back cover.
    • Interior is complete. Full length spine split. Tape used to seal spine split.
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($1.80) will be charged at checkout. It has been graded by MyComicShop's experienced graders.
    • 1" spine split from top.
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($1.22) will be charged at checkout. It has been graded by MyComicShop's experienced graders.
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($1.20) will be charged at checkout. It has been graded by MyComicShop's experienced graders.
    • Restored (see item notes)
    • RESTORATION. Minor color touch.

    Superman Annual 80-Page Giant; imaginary adventures. All reprints. Cover pencils by Curt Swan, inks by George Klein. Giant Superman Annual ad. "The Revenge of Luthor!", script by Jerry Siegel, art by Al Plastino; Exposure to Red Kryptonite seemingly causes Superman and Superboy to exist simultaneously, Luthor takes advantage by trapping Superboy and forcing Superman to choose between Lois and Lana. "The Old Man of Metropolis!", script by Otto Binder, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by John Forte; Superman inadvertently smashes through the time barrier into the future--but emerges as an old man with no super powers. "Claire Kent, Alias Super-Sister!", script by Otto Binder, art by John Sikela; When Superboy saves a spacecraft from a crash landing, the pilot Shar-La, takes exception to his chauvinistic manner and transforms him into a girl. "The Superman Book That Couldn't Be Finished," script by Otto Binder, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Ray Burnley; Jimmy is having difficulties finishing his first novel; Superman helps his pal by taking him into the future and bringing back a copy of the finished book. "Ma and Pa Kent Adopt Supergirl!", script by Jerry Siegel, art by Jim Mooney; In a story from before she became the Danvers' daughter, Linda dreams of being adopted by the Kents. "Chapter I: The Super-Brat from Krypton," script by Jerry Siegel, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by John Forte; A freak accident creates a duplicate of Kal-El's rocket including a double of its tiny passenger; On Earth, Kal's doppelganger is adopted by a crooked couple, the Dereks, and becomes Super-Brat. "Chapter 2 The Young Super-Bully," script by Jerry Siegel, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by John Forte; Now a teenager, Super-Bully tries to steal Clark's life but doesn't bargain for Krypto's super-sense of smell as the Dog of Steel is not fooled. "Chapter III Superman vs. Super-Menace!", script by Jerry Siegel, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by John Forte; Now grown to manhood and significantly, immune to Kryptonite, Super-Menace battles the Man of Steel, however on the verge of victory he learns the truth about himself and the evil Dereks. "The Superman Legend" article. Giant Lois Lane Annual #3 ad. 84 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #2
    Eighty Page Giant (1964) 2
    • 1.50" spine split from bottom. Staple rust.

    Featuring Jimmy Olsen's greatest adventures with his pal, Superman! Reprints. Cover pencils by Curt Swan, inks by George Klein. "The War Between Superman and Jimmy Olsen!", script by Alvin Schwartz, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Stan Kaye; A criminal from Kandor switches places with Jimmy Olsen and forces Superman to reveal the location of his Fortress of Solitude, so he can destroy the bottled city. Ad for Action Comics/Superman's Girl Friend, Lois Lane/Adventure Comics. "The E-L-A-S-T-I-C Lad," script by Otto Binder, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Ray Burnley; When Jimmy accidentally exposes himself to a green substance from space, his entire body becomes like rubber; Hiding out as Elastic Lad in a freak show, Jimmy falls in with criminals who use his abilities to carry out their. "The Jimmy Olsen from Jupiter," script by Alvin Schwartz pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Ray Burnley; Jimmy agrees to be a test subject for a week for men from Jupiter; He is granted the ability to read minds, but is also turned into a green, scaly Jovian; He uses his abilities to compete for the Newsman of the Year, though he covers his appearance; Between scoops, Jimmy reads Clark Kent's mind and "hears" him think that he is Superman. "The Further Feats of E-l-a-s-t-i-c Lad" article. "The Super Nose for News," script by Otto Binder, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Ray Burnley; Jimmy accidentally swallows Professor Potter's Pinocchio serum causing his nose to grow whenever he tells a lie; Lois spots a chance to put Clark on the spot by using the serum on him too. "The Scoops That Were Never Printed" Jimmy Olsen article. "The M C of the Midnight Scare Theater!", script by Robert Bernstein, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by John Forte; When "Midnite Scare Theater" host, "Phanto" is injured, Jimmy stands in as "Neslo", however he is so successful that he literally scares a different viewer to death every evening. World's Finest Comics ad. "The Human Skyscraper," script by Otto Binder, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Ray Burnley; When Prof. Potter gives Jimmy the wrong pill for a toothache, Jimmy ends up several stories tall, with the mind of a child. "The Human Flame-Thrower!", script by Otto Binder, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Ray Burnley; An accident involving an experiment of Prof. Potter's gives Jimmy fire-breath. Ad for Superman/Superman's Pal, Jimmy Olsen/Superboy. "The Son of Superman," script by Otto Binder, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Ray Burnley; Superman adopts Jimmy for a 30-day trial period but then begins to treat Jimmy in a cruel manner. "Jimmy Olsen's Wedding!", script by Robert Bernstein, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by John Forte; Jimmy visits the dentist and, under anesthetic, dreams that he has married Lucy and become a father. "Jimmy Olsen's Super-Pals" article. Giant Jimmy Olsen ad. 84 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #3
    Eighty Page Giant (1964) 3
    • 1" spine split from base of comic.

    Lois Lane 80-Page Giant co-starring Superman's boyhood girlfriend, Lana Lang! Reprints. Cover art by Kurt Schaffenberger. "Superboy's Most Amazing Dream!", script by Otto Binder, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Sy Barry; Superboy dreams of a future scenario in which he reveals his secret identity to Lana, as events unfold he realizes that it is the one thing that he must never do. "The Girl Who Stole Superman," script by Jerry Coleman, art by Kurt Schaffenberger; After Lois takes in down on her luck Lana, she suffers a series of betrayals from the treacherous redhead. "The Flying Girl of Smallville!", script by Jerry Coleman, art by Creig Flessel; Lana manages to get Superboy's fingerprints, as a trade he agrees to wear a cosmic belt which enables Lana to fly; If she remains connected to the Boy of Steel for more than 3 hours she will retain the power permanently, Superboy must then find a way to prevent this. "Famous Old Lana Lang Stories" article. "Lana Lang, Superwoman!", script by Jerry Siegel, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Stan Kaye; When Superman gives first Lana, then Lois, super blood transfusions, they gain temporary super powers; As Brainiac arrives, we learn the reason why. "The Battle Between Super-Lois and Super-Lana!", script by Jerry Siegel, art by Kurt Schaffenberger; Lois and Lana gain superpowers and decide to fight it out for Superman's hand in marriage. "Mr. and Mrs. Clark (Superman) Kent!", art by Kurt Schaffenberger; When Lois and Clark marry, the new Mrs. Kent has to endure innuendo and frustration whilst keeping Clark's real identity secret. "The Day Superman Married Lana Lang!", art by Kurt Schaffenberger; Superman marries Lana and gives his wife super-powers. "Superman's Greatest Sacrifice!", script by Robert Bernstein, art by Kurt Schaffenberger; When Superman meets the richest girl in the world, a Lois lookalike, Dolores Drake, he falls for her and gives up his super-powers for her. "Lois Lane's Interplanetary Adventures" article. "Lois Lane's Romeo!", script by Robert Bernstein, art by Kurt Schaffenberger; While covering an Italian Film Festival, Lois cannot bear to see Superman escort glamorous movie star Gina Loretti. "When Superman Kissed Lois Lane" article. "Lois Lane's Romances" article, art by Kurt Schaffenberger. "Lana Lang's Romances" article, art by Kurt Schaffenberger. Superman's Girlfriend Lois Lane #7 cover reprint, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Ray Burnley. Superman's Girlfriend Lois Lane #26 cover reprint, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by John Forte. Adventure Comics #211 cover reprint, art by Win Mortimer. Superman's Girlfriend Lois Lane #19 cover reprint, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Stan Kaye. 84 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #4
    Eighty Page Giant (1964) 4

    Flash reprints. Cover pencils by Carmine Infantino, inks by Murphy Anderson. "Around the World in 80 Minutes!", script by Robert Kanigher, pencils by Carmine Infantino, inks by Joe Giella; Police scientist Barry Allen invents a radio watch which picks up S.O.S. calls from many different countries, in order for him to avert these catastrophes, he must literally race around the world in eighty minutes. Ad for Green Lantern and Justice League of America. "Giants of the Time-World!", script by Robert Kanigher, pencils by Carmine Infantino, inks by Frank Giacoia; When Iris West disappears while on an assignment, The Flash follows her into another dimension. "The Master of Mirrors," script by John Broome, pencils by Carmine Infantino, inks by Joe Giella; Scudder, a small time criminal, discovers he can solidify images from his trick mirrors, he then uses this knowledge to commit crimes as The Mirror Master. "Nine Empty Uniforms!", script by Robert Kanigher, pencils by Carmine Infantino, inks by Frank Giacoia; Jay Garrick and The Flash help aging baseball team, The Bobtails, regain their confidence. Flash's Rogues' Gallery illustration, pencils by Carmine Infantino, inks by Murphy Anderson. "The Challenge of the Weather Wizard!", script by John Broome, pencils by Carmine Infantino, inks by Murphy Anderson; Escaped criminal Mark Mardon reaches his brother Clyde's house to lie low, however, on entering finds his brother dead. Detective Comics/Batman ad. "The Day Flash Weighed 1000 Pounds!", script by John Broome, pencils by Carmine Infantino, inks by Joe Giella; Grodd, the Super-Gorilla has seemingly died in Gorilla City, in reality he has found a way to take over the mind of a human being (William Dawson); As Dawson, he invents a gun which causes The Flash to absorb vast amounts of moisture from the air, bulking him up to 1000 pounds in weight. The Flash ad. Pinup of Barry ("Flash") Allen, Jay ("Flash") Garrick, and Wally ("Kid Flash") West, pencils by Carmine Infantino, inks by Murphy Anderson. 84 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #5
    Eighty Page Giant (1964) 5
    • Paper: Off white to white
    • Label #487-AA-005
    • 1" cumulative spine split.
    • 1 3/4" Cumulative spine split.
    • 8" Cumulative spine split. Cover detached.

    Batman 80pg. Giant, silver anniversary issue celebrating 25 years of Batman and Robin. Reprints. Cover art by Win Mortimer. "The Crimes of the Catwoman!", script by Edmond Hamilton, pencils by Bob Kane, inks by Charles Paris; A reformed Selina Kyle is provoked into returning to crime as the Catwoman. One-page Little Pete humor story by Henry Boltinoff. "Batman's Greatest Thrills!", pencils by Bob Kane, inks by Charles Paris; Even while appearing on the television program "Your Life Story," the Dynamic Duo are still able to apprehend The Joker. Half-page Bebe cartoon by Henry Boltinoff. "The Invisible Batman!", script by Bill Woolfolk, pencils by Bob Kane (Batman & Robin figures) and Lew Sayre Schwartz (as Bob Kane), inks by Ray Burnley and Stan Kaye; When Batman is rendered invisible by radioactive dye, he must smash a gold bullion caper, prove his identity in court, and finally find an antidote for his condition. Batman/Detective Comics ad. Half-page Willy and Dilly story by Henry Boltinoff. "Rustling on a Reservation," script by Bill Finger, pencils by Jack Burnley, inks by Charles Paris; Batman motivates a tribe of Pueblo Indians to track down evil One-Wing's band of cattle rustlers. Cheerios ad with Rocky and Bullwinkle. "Bride of Batman!", script by David Vern, pencils by Dick Sprang, inks by Charles Paris; To deflect unwanted romantic attention from the Shah of Nairomi, Vicki Vale announces to the world that she is engaged to Batman. "The City of Ancient Heroes," script by Bill Finger, pencils by Sheldon Moldoff, inks by Charles Paris; Once a year, the residents of Legend City dress as mythological characters; When the Gimmick Gang hit the city to steal "King Midas's" gold, Batman and Robin must follow them and crack their disguises. "The Man Who Shadowed Batman!", script by Ed Herron, pencils by Dick Sprang, inks by Charles Paris; Batman places a strangely shaped key in his utility belt for analysis; It is, however, a tracking device with which The Inventor can follow every move that he makes. Sequence from Daily Newspaper Syndicated Strip starring Batman and Robin, pencils by Bob Kane. 84 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #6
    Eighty Page Giant (1964) 6
    • Paper: Off white to white
    • Label #0917352001
    • Restored (see item notes)
    • RESTORATION. Minor color touch.
    • 1 1/4" cumulative spine split.
    • 0.75" cumulative spine split. Oxidation.
    • 3/4" Cumulative spine split.
    • Cover detached.
    • 1 1/4" Cumulative spine split.
    • Brush marks on cover. 3/4" Cumulative spine split.

    Superman 80pg. Reprints Giant featuring Fantastic Things and Creatures. Cover pencils by Curt Swan, inks by George Klein. "The Creature of 1,000 Disguises," script by Edmond Hamilton, pencils by Wayne Boring, inks by Stan Kaye; Superman hunts for runaway Johnny Miles who has hooked up with a shape changing alien being. "The Thing That Stalked Smallville!", script by Robert Bernstein, art by George Papp; Superboy inexplicably befriends an alien monster who roams around Smallville turning people into stone statues. "Jimmy Olsen's Private Monster!", script by Jerry Siegel, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by John Forte; A monster appears whenever Jimmy uses his signal watch. "The Hyper-Menace from Krypton!", script by Bill Finger, pencils by Wayne Boring, inks by Stan Kaye; When a series of Kryptonian weapons suddenly appear, the Man of Steel deduces that there must be an evil Superman on Earth. "The Battle with Bizarro!", script by Otto Binder, art by Al Plastino; Luthor creates Bizarro Superman who then falls in love with Lois; As Superman and his imperfect double battle it out for Lois's hand, she comes up with an ingenious solution to the problem. "The Mystery of Monster X," script by Otto Binder, art by Al Plastino; Superboy must solve the problem of an amazing creature that can transmute matter into any other element—including Kryptonite. Hasbro's G. I. Joe ad. 84 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #7
    Eighty Page Giant (1964) 7
    • Paper: White
    • Label #1219099002
    • 1.5" spine split from base of comic.
    • 3/4" spine split from top.

    Sgt. Rock's Prize Battle Tales. All reprints. Cover art by Joe Kubert. "The Rock and the Wall!", script by Robert Kanigher, art by Joe Kubert; Joe Wall, the "Wall" of Easy learns that walls may fall but Rocks do not. Ad for Showcase comic with G. I. Joe. "Flying Saddle," art by Irv Novick; Cowboy Bob Rivers can ride any horse, but on enlisting, he flies planes as if they were bucking broncos. Pin-up depicting six mock-up covers of G.I. Combat, Our Fighting Forces, All American Men of War, P.T. Boat Skipper Capt. Storm, Star Spangled War Stories, and Our Army at War, art by Joe Kubert. "The Steel Ribbon!", script by Robert Kanigher, art by Joe Kubert; Medal bands are made of silk, but the men they are awarded to are made of steel. Star Spangled War Stories/G.I. Combat ad. "The Sparrow and the Hawk!", script by Robert Kanigher, art by Russ Heath; The American Sparrow battles the German Hawk for supremacy in the air over France in W.W.1. 80 Page Giant Magazine Batman ad. "Mission X!", script by Robert Kanigher, pencils by Ross Andru, inks by Mike Esposito; Marty and The Professor land on a mysterious island populated by giant animals, as the island finally sinks beneath the waves they make their escape in an oversized turtle egg shell. 80 Page Giant Magazine Superman ad. "The Silent Jet," script by Robert Kanigher, art by Joe Kubert; Although planes make many noises, when Nick Brady comes down in the desert he fights enemy horsemen in silence. Our Army at War ad. Gigantic Frankenstein Aurora model kit ad. 84 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #8
    Eighty Page Giant (1964) 8
    • Restored (see item notes)
    • RESTORATION. Tear seal at spine.
    • 1 1/3" cumulative spine split.
    • 4" cumulative spine split.
    • 2" Cumulative spine split.
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($9.27) will be charged at checkout.
    • Paper: Off white to white
    • Label #0053924002
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($9.39) will be charged at checkout.
    • Paper: Off white to white
    • Label #0016017007

    More Secret Origins 80-Page Giant. Reprints. Cover art by Murphy Anderson. "The Origin of the Justice League!", script by Gardner Fox, pencils by Mike Sekowsky, inks by Bernard Sachs; The Justice League of America uses the occasion of its third anniversary to tell Snapper Carr and Green Arrow about the formation of the League, involving the discovery of strange meteors that nearly doomed them forever. Ads for The Flash and Justice League of America. Ad for Hasbro's G. I. Joe. "Friends Across the Seas," script by Jack Schiff, art by Sheldon Moldoff; School children from around the world discuss letters from their pen-pals (promoting 1965 as International Cooperation Year). "Birth of the Atom!", script by Gardner Fox, pencils by Gil Kane, inks by Murphy Anderson; Scientist Palmer is experimenting with his reducer lens to try and reduce objects in size without blowing them up, all without success. The Atom ad. "Origins of Legendary Heroes" article; Mini biographies of legendary heroes through the ages. Half-page Little Pete story by Henry Boltinoff. "How Aquaman Got His Powers!", script by Robert Bernstein, art by Ramona Fradon; Aquaman stops the U.S. Navy from testing atomic depth charges and recounts his origin to Commander Haskel. Aquaman ad. "The Man from Robin's Past," script by Bill Finger, pencils by Sheldon Moldoff, inks by Charles Paris; When stolen goods are found in the quarters of Sando the Strongman, a friend of the Grayson family who looked after Dick after his parents were murdered, Batman and Robin have to prove his innocence. Detective Comics/Batman ad. "The Origin of Flash's Masked Identity!", script by John Broome, pencils by Carmine Infantino, inks by Joe Giella; Barry muses to himself, while reading a Golden Age issue of Flash Comics, of what it would be like if the Scarlet Speedster would operate maskless rather than as he now does. "The Story of Superman's Life!", script by Otto Binder, art by Al Plastino; Recap of Superman's life. World's Finest Comics ad. 84 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #9
    Eighty Page Giant (1964) 9
    • Paper: Off white to white
    • Label #0303878002
    • 1/2" Spine split from bottom.
    • 0.50" cumulative spine split. Oxidation.
    • 1/2" Cumulative spine split.
    • 1.5 " Spine split from bottom.
    • 1 3/4" cumulative spine split.
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($2.10) will be charged at checkout. It has been graded by MyComicShop's experienced graders.

    80-Page Giant. Flash reprints. Cover pencils by Carmine Infantino, inks by Murphy Anderson. "Flash of Two Worlds!", script by Gardner Fox, pencils by Carmine Infantino, inks by Joe Giella; The Flash disappears while giving an exhibition of his super speed; He finds that he has inadvertently vibrated into the Earth of another dimension which seems to be a near copy of his own world; Here he meets the Flash of that world, Jay Garrick. "Are You a Silent Witness?", script by Jack Schiff, art by Sheldon Moldoff; Kids learn that it pays to stick around and help the cops as a witness to a crime. Ad for Hasbro's G. I. Joe. Ads for Hawkman and The Atom. "The Pied Piper of Peril!", script by John Broome, pencils by Carmine Infantino, inks by Joe Giella; The Flash encounters a bizarre super villain who utilizes sound as a weapon of crime: The Pied Piper. Green Lantern ad. Amazing Speeds fact page. "The Man Who Changed the Earth!", script by John Broome, pencils by Carmine Infantino, inks by Frank Giacoia; As Mr. Element, Al Desmond nearly defeated the Scarlet Speedster with his mastery of elements; Newly armed with his "philosopher's stone," he re-emerges as Dr. Alchemy. "Here Comes Captain Boomerang!", script by John Broome, pencils by Carmine Infantino, inks by Murphy Anderson; Petty crook "Digger" Harkness becomes "Captain Boomerang" in order to publicize the Wiggins Game Company's new product; He does however, have his own plans—as a super criminal. "The Super-Gorilla's Secret Identity!", script by John Broome, pencils by Carmine Infantino, inks by Joe Giella; Grodd uses his evolution-accelerator to change into a human being—Drew Drowden, he then plots to rule the world! Detective Comics/Batman ad. The Flash ad. 84 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #10
    Eighty Page Giant (1964) 10
    • Paper: Off white
    • Slab: Minor side edge cracks
    • Label #0978426011
    • 1/2" spine split from top.
    • 2" cumulative spine split (partially taped).
    • 2 1/4" Cumulative spine split.
    • 2 1/4" Cumulative spine split.
    • 2 1/2" Cumulative spine split.
    • 3 1/2" spine split from top.
    • 6" cumulative spine split.

    80-Page Giant. Superboy reprints. Cover pencils by Curt Swan, inks by George Klein. "The Journey of the Second Superboy!", script by Bill Finger, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Sy Barry; Kral of Titan comes to earth to learn Superboy's weakness so Titan can exploit it and invade, but he becomes sympathetic to the kindness of earthlings and aborts his mission. "The Impostor from the Year 2958," script by Bill Finger, art by John Sikela; A descendant of Lana Lang, Lorac-K7, comes from the future to steal cobalt in order to make a bomb; Superboy then discovers her secret identity and returns her to her own time. "The Origin of the Superboy Revenge Squad" article. "The Dreams of Doom!", script by Jerry Siegel, art by George Papp; The Kryptonite Kid and his dog blackmail Superboy and Krypto into leaving earth by turning objects into Kryptonite. "Superdogs Superboy and Krypto Have Met" article. Rocky and Bullwinkle star in a half-page Cheerios ad. "How Luthor Met Superboy!", script by Jerry Siegel, art by Al Plastino; Initially, Lex Luthor and Superboy are firm friends; However, when one of Lex's experiments fails, causing him to lose his hair, he blames the Boy of Steel. "The Helpless Hero!", script by Otto Binder, art by George Papp; Zall-Dix comes to Earth to exchange minds with Superboy but is thwarted at the last minute by Jonathan Kent. 80 Page Giant Magazine/Superman ad. G. I. Joe toy ad. "The Splitting of Superboy," script by Otto Binder, art by George Papp; Superboy is split into himself and Clark Kent by a Martian ray using Red Kryptonite. 84 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #11
    Eighty Page Giant (1964) 11
    • Paper: Off white to white
    • Label #0309784001
    • 1" Cumulative spine split.
    • 1 1/2" spine split from base of comic.
    • 3.75" cumulative spine split. Staple rust. Only one staple (manufacturing).

    Superman 80 pg. Giant featuring the Greatest Superman-Luthor Duels! All reprints. Cover pencils by Curt Swan, inks by George Klein. "The Kryptonite Man!", script by Otto Binder, art by Al Plastino; Luthor takes a liquid kryptonite serum which makes it impossible for Superman to get near him; Superman makes a lead suit to protect himself, but Luthor has discovered a way to turn lead into glass. "The Story Behind This Cover" illustration, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by George Klein; Swan's unused cover for Superman 175. G. I. Joe toy ad. "The Impossible Mission!", script by Jerry Siegel, art by George Papp; The Boy of Steel traverses the time barrier and attempts to thwart the assassination of Abraham Lincoln, but he encounters an adult Lex Luthor. Cheerios ad featuring Rocky and Bullwinkle. "The Terrible Trio!", script by Bill Woolfolk, pencils by Wayne Boring, inks by Stan Kaye; When the terrible trio team up to combat Superman, the Man of Steel is guaranteed triple-trouble. "Superman's Super Vision" character profile. The Superman Family illustration, pencils by Curt Swan and John Forte (Legion of Super-Heroes figures only), inks by George Klein. "The Conquest of Superman!", script by Bill Finger, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by John Forte; Luthor seemingly defeats Superman using artificial kryptonite. "Key to Superman Family Portrait" article. "The Army of Living Kryptonite Men!", script by Jerry Siegel, art by George Papp; Luthor attacks with animated Kryptonite; Superboy is helped by Lana and Lightning Lad. "Superman in Superman Land," script by Bill Finger, pencils by Wayne Boring, inks by Stan Kaye; Clark, Lois, and Jimmy visit the theme park "Superman Land"; Amid the entertainments, however, lurks danger in the guise of Lex Luthor. Batman 80 Page Giant Magazine ad. "The Curse of Lena Thorul!", script by Jerry Siegel, art by Kurt Schaffenberger; In the New England town of Cardiff, Lois meets a girl who seems to be a modern-day witch. Glossary of Kryptonian Names, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by George Klein. 84 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #12
    Eighty Page Giant (1964) 12
    • 1" spine split from bottom. Oxidation.
    • 3" cumulative spine split. Water damage. Oxidation.

    Batman 80 pg. Giant. Reprints. Cover art by Win Mortimer and Sheldon Moldoff. "The Captive Planet," script by Bill Finger, pencils by Sheldon Moldoff, inks by Charles Paris; Transported to the Planet Tora, The Dynamic Duo and their companions aid The Torans in their struggle against invaders. "The Caveman Batman," script by Edmond Hamilton, pencils by Dick Sprang, inks by Charles Paris; The Dynamic Duo travel back in time to clear Dr. Sayre's professional reputation, there they aid Tiger Man, an early "Batman" against the tyrant Borr. G. I. Joe toy ad. Binky Shows "How to Make New Friends!" public service announcement, script by Jack Schiff, art by Bob Oksner; Binky suggests Allergy make friends with a new kid, Bob, but Pete does instead and then gets Allergy and the rest of the gang interested. "King Batman the First," script by Bill Finger, pencils by Dick Sprang, inks by Sheldon Moldoff; Batman and Robin pursue the criminal Gurney into another dimension; there they get mixed up in a contest to find the new King of the alien world Plaxius. Cheerios ad featuring Rocky and Bullwinkle. "There Was a Crooked Man," script by Bill Finger, pencils by Jack Burnley, inks by Charles Paris; The Cowled Crimefighters stumble into a bizarre plot that seems to follow the story of the nursery rhyme "There Was a Crooked Man." "The Three Super-Sleepers," script by Edmond Hamilton, pencils by Dick Sprang, inks by Stan Kaye; The Titanic trio are kept in suspended animation for 1000 years; When they are revived, they must battle Lex Luthor's descendant whom they suspect has stolen the time machine that can restore them to their own time. "Batman's Roman Holiday," script by Edmond Hamilton, pencils by Dick Sprang, inks by Charles Paris; Batman and Robin go back to Roman times to rescue Dr. Nicholls who has not returned from his own trip. "The Interplanetary Batman," script by Bill Finger, art by Sheldon Moldoff; The Dynamic Duo is transported to the planet Ergon where they are jailed and must plan a breakout. "The Winged Bat-People," script by Bill Finger, pencils by Sheldon Moldoff, inks by Charles Paris; Batman and Robin find themselves in another dimension, there they are mistaken for two of the evil winged Bat People. Cap's Hobby Center by Henry Boltinoff. 84 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #13
    Eighty Page Giant (1964) 13
    • 1" Cumulative spine split.
    • 1.5" cumulative spine split. Oxidation. Water damage.
    • 2 1/2" cumulative spine split.
    • Water damage.
    • 4" cumulative spine split.
    • 3" spine split from top. Staple rust.
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($0.59) will be charged at checkout. It has been graded by MyComicShop's experienced graders.

    80 pg. Giant featuring the Greatest Scoops of Superman's Pal, Jimmy Olsen! All reprints. Cover pencils by Curt Swan, inks by George Klein. "The Invisible Life of Jimmy Olsen!", script by Otto Binder, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by John Forte; Superman accidentally turns Jimmy invisible, this results in super problems for the Cub Reporter. "Jimmy Olsen's Fantastic Powers" article. "Perry White, Cub Reporter!", script by Robert Bernstein, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Stan Kaye; The tables are turned when Jimmy becomes editor of the Daily Planet and Perry is demoted to the role of Cub Reporter. "Jimmy Olsen, Speed Demon," script by Otto Binder, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Ray Burnley; Jimmy accidentally drinks Professor Claude's super-speed serum and all is well until his new ability wears off suddenly. "The Radioactive Boy," script by Otto Binder, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Ray Burnley; An atomic pile leak contaminates Jimmy and gives him a radioactive touch of death. Cheerios ad featuring Rocky and Bullwinkle. "Jimmy the Genie!", script by Robert Bernstein, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by John Forte; Jimmy releases a genie named Abdul and accidentally switches places with him, becoming a genie under Abdul's power. "Superman's Enemy!", script by Otto Binder, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Stan Kaye; A strange space jewel reverses Jimmy's emotions causing him to hate his best pal Superman. G. I. Joe toy ad. "Jimmy Olsen's Kookie Scoops!", script by Jerry Siegel, art by John Forte; When Jimmy gets a job on the Bizarro World's newspaper the "Daily Htrae," he struggles to get to grips with the Bizarro idea of a scoop. "Superman's Super-Rival!", script by Bill Finger, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by John Forte; Why does Jimmy replace Superman with a new super pal—a stranger clad in lead bandages called Mysterio? "Jimmy Olsen's Signal-Watch" article. 84 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #14
    Eighty Page Giant (1964) 14
    • 1" spine split from bottom.
    • Water damage.
    • Water damage.
    • 1/2" spine split from bottom.
    • Chipping. Chew.
    • 7" cumulative spine split. Oxidation.

    80 pgs. Giant. Lois Lane reprints. Cover art by Kurt Schaffenberger. "Lois Lane's Super-Daughter!", script by Jerry Siegel, art by Kurt Schaffenberger; Now that they're married Lois and Clark adopt Linda, but the agency makes Lois quit her job. "The Duel Over Superman!", script by Robert Bernstein, art by Kurt Schaffenberger; Lana and Lois try to force Superman to choose one of them by fighting a duel. A quiz on Lois Lane trivia. G. I. Joe toy ad. "Superman's Mermaid Sweetheart!", script by Jerry Siegel, pencils by Wayne Boring, inks by Stan Kaye; Superman re-unites with Lori Lemaris for the first time since college. "Nature's Bill of Rights" public service announcement, script by Jack Schiff, art by Sheldon Moldoff. "The Day When Superman Proposed!", script by Jerry Siegel, art by Kurt Schaffenberger; After accidental exposure to Red Kryptonite Superman proposes to Lois Lane. Cheerios ad featuring Rocky and Bullwinkle. Lois Lane's Hairstyles illustration by Kurt Schaffenberger. "Lois Lane--Wanted!", script by Bill Woolfolk, pencils by Wayne Boring, inks by Stan Kaye; When Tiger Woman knocks Clark Kent into a vat of molten steel, Lois Lane goes into shock and begins to believe she is Tiger Woman. "The Shocking Secret of Lois Lane!", script by Bill Finger, pencils by Wayne Boring, inks by Stan Kaye; Circe gives Lois Lane the face of a cat to punish her for snooping. Showcase ad with Enemy Ace. "Kissing Corner" article; Information about Superman's true loves. "Mrs. Superman," script by Otto Binder, art by Kurt Schaffenberger; When Clark and Lois are trapped on a remote island, Clark reveals his double identity to Lois and proposes marriage. "The Sleeping Doom!", script by Robert Bernstein, art by Kurt Schaffenberger; Lois Lane must stay awake until Superman returns from space or she will be taken over by an alien being. 84 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

  • Issue #15
    Eighty Page Giant (1964) 15
    • Paper: Off white to white
    • Label #487-AB-002
    • 2 3/4" Cumulative spine split.

    80 pg. Giant. World's Finest reprints. Cover pencils by Curt Swan and Dick Sprang, inks by Stan Kaye. G. I. Joe toy ad. "The Contest of Heroes," script by Edmond Hamilton, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Stan Kaye; A shape changing monster causes havoc in Metropolis and Gotham City, Batman and Superman realize the truth when the space beast begins to idolize them. Little Pete humor page by Henry Boltinoff. "The Three Super-Musketeers!", script by Edmond Hamilton, pencils by Dick Sprang, inks by Stan Kaye; The Titanic Trio go back in time to seventeenth century France and stand in for the injured Three Musketeers. Cheerios ad featuring Rocky and Bullwinkle. "Superman's and Batman's Greatest Foes!", script by Edmond Hamilton, pencils by Dick Sprang, inks by Stan Kaye; Luthor and The Joker go into business manufacturing their near-indestructable Mechano-Men. "Cape and Cowl Comments" article about novelties and Superman TV stations. "The Day Superman Betrayed Batman," script by Bill Finger, pencils by Dick Sprang, inks by Stan Kaye; When the Caped Crimefighter is framed, Superman is called in to track down his partner. "The True History of Superman and Batman," script by Edmond Hamilton, pencils by Dick Sprang, inks by Stan Kaye; Ka Thar, a historian from the far future, arrives in 1956; He then blackmails Superman and Batman into changing their crime busting methods to match his own version of events. Cap's Hobby Center by Henry Boltinoff. Peg one-page story by Henry Boltinoff. "The Battle of the Super-Heroes," script by Bill Finger, pencils by Dick Sprang, inks by Stan Kaye; Mischievous aliens kidnap Superman and Batman; They then give the Cowled Crimefighter super-powers, and subject both of them to a hate ray in order to watch the resulting battle. Ad for Superman and Batman and Robin. 84 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.