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rockofeternity:

Justice League vs. Doomsday — Dan Jurgens & Brett Breeding

rockofeternity:

Justice League vs. Doomsday — Dan Jurgens & Brett Breeding

johnbyrnedraws:

Generations #4, page 22 by John Byrne. 1999.

johnbyrnedraws:

Generations #4, page 22 by John Byrne. 1999.

thechronologicalsuperman:

"Lois Lane, Millionaire" Superman Daily Newspaper Strip - December 4, 1944 to February 10, 1945
Lois Lane stands to inherit a small fortune from her recently deceased great-granduncle, unless an unscrupulous lawyer can take advantage of the strange stipulation - Lois, as the sole heir, if unmarried, has ten days to find a husband.
Superman is, naturally, her first choice, But the Man of Steel’s dogged persistence that Lois should fall for him in his Clark Kent guise leads to the closest near-reveal of his dual identity to date (excluding only his deliberate and misunderstood unmasking in a previous issue of Action).
Superman’s connubial slipperiness leads Lois into the arms of a dashing con man who, ultimately, underlines the problem with anyone pitching woo at Superman’s Girlfriend - who in their right mind wants to get Superman angry at them? 
Of course, Lois fails to inherit the money, but it all works out for the best, and the romantic status quo is reestablished in time for the next adventure.

thechronologicalsuperman:

"Lois Lane, Millionaire" Superman Daily Newspaper Strip - December 4, 1944 to February 10, 1945

Lois Lane stands to inherit a small fortune from her recently deceased great-granduncle, unless an unscrupulous lawyer can take advantage of the strange stipulation - Lois, as the sole heir, if unmarried, has ten days to find a husband.

Superman is, naturally, her first choice, But the Man of Steel’s dogged persistence that Lois should fall for him in his Clark Kent guise leads to the closest near-reveal of his dual identity to date (excluding only his deliberate and misunderstood unmasking in a previous issue of Action).

Superman’s connubial slipperiness leads Lois into the arms of a dashing con man who, ultimately, underlines the problem with anyone pitching woo at Superman’s Girlfriend - who in their right mind wants to get Superman angry at them? 

Of course, Lois fails to inherit the money, but it all works out for the best, and the romantic status quo is reestablished in time for the next adventure.

theartisticendeavor:

Superman by Otto Schmidt

theartisticendeavor:

Superman by Otto Schmidt

browsethestacks:

Vintage Comic - Superman #088

Pencils: Win Mortimer
Inks: Win Mortimer
DC (March1954)

browsethestacks:

Vintage Comic - Superman #088

Pencils: Win Mortimer
Inks: Win Mortimer
DC (March1954)

rockofeternity:

Superman vs. Doomsday — Dan Jurgens & Brett Breeding

rockofeternity:

Superman vs. Doomsday — Dan Jurgens & Brett Breeding

xombiedirge:

Classic DC Trinity by Jason Fitzpatrick

thechronologicalsuperman:

Action Comics vol.1 #79 - Cover date December 1944
Dom Cameron returns to the scripting duties for another outing of J.Wilbur Wolfingham, the con-man who can’t seem to con anyone but himself. This is the second of three appearances of Wolfingham in the same year - once each in Action, Superman and World’s Finest. Two of Superman’s other “funny little” villains (Prankster and Toyman) received much cover fanfare in their appearances, and even Superman impersonator Adelbert Dribble showed up on the cover of his single appearance.
This issue marks Wolfingham’s first gracing of a cover, although he doesn’t so much as share it with Superman as much as he imagines Superman’s presence. Still, it’s an important graduation for a solid, recurring villain.

thechronologicalsuperman:

Action Comics vol.1 #79 - Cover date December 1944

Dom Cameron returns to the scripting duties for another outing of J.Wilbur Wolfingham, the con-man who can’t seem to con anyone but himself. This is the second of three appearances of Wolfingham in the same year - once each in Action, Superman and World’s Finest. Two of Superman’s other “funny little” villains (Prankster and Toyman) received much cover fanfare in their appearances, and even Superman impersonator Adelbert Dribble showed up on the cover of his single appearance.

This issue marks Wolfingham’s first gracing of a cover, although he doesn’t so much as share it with Superman as much as he imagines Superman’s presence. Still, it’s an important graduation for a solid, recurring villain.

ryannorth:

kateordie:

mikemaihack:

No one is more excited about Batgirl’s new costume than Kara.
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ryannorth:

kateordie:

mikemaihack:

No one is more excited about Batgirl’s new costume than Kara.

Original available here
More BGSG comics

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ADORBS