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Three Dimension Adventures (1997 Reprint Superman 3-D) comic books

  • Issue #1A
    Three Dimension Adventures (1997 Reprint Superman 3-D) 1A

    No 3-D glasses included. Reprint of the 1953 Superman 3-D comic. No Number. Cover pencils by Curt Swan. "The Man Who Stole the Sun," script by Jerry Siegel, pencils by Curt Swan; Luthor uses a giant space ship to cut off sunlight from the Earth. "The Origin of Superman," script by Bill Finger, pencils by Wayne Boring; After a prologue which demonstrates Superman's amazing abilities, his origin is recounted; On the scientifically advanced planet of Krypton, Jor-El fails to convince the Council of Five that Krypton is doomed; As Krypton explodes, Jor-El and Lara send their son to Earth, where he is found and adopted by the elderly Kents; As Clark grows to maturity he manifests abilities far beyond that of mortal men. "The Man Who Bossed Superman," pencils by Curt Swan. Issue 1A does not contain glasses. Originally poly-bagged with Superman Red/ Superman Blue.

  • Issue #1B
    Three Dimension Adventures (1997 Reprint Superman 3-D) 1B

    Includes 3-D glasses. Reprint of the 1953 Superman 3-D comic. No Number. Cover pencils by Curt Swan. "The Man Who Stole the Sun," script by Jerry Siegel, pencils by Curt Swan; Luthor uses a giant space ship to cut off sunlight from the Earth. "The Origin of Superman," script by Bill Finger, pencils by Wayne Boring; After a prologue which demonstrates Superman's amazing abilities, his origin is recounted; On the scientifically advanced planet of Krypton, Jor-El fails to convince the Council of Five that Krypton is doomed; As Krypton explodes, Jor-El and Lara send their son to Earth, where he is found and adopted by the elderly Kents; As Clark grows to maturity he manifests abilities far beyond that of mortal men. "The Man Who Bossed Superman," pencils by Curt Swan. Issue 1B does contain 3-D glasses. Originally poly-bagged with Superman Red/ Superman Blue.