$2 a pop. The covers are in good condition, but the pages are pretty yellowed/faded.
I picked up the issue in the OP and this one about 10 years back at a car boot sale. Framed them up and gave them to some equally nerdy friends after they got married a few years back.
is there some kind of collection of old silver age/ bronze age available online? there are huge gaps in DC's digital comic library, and I'm too retarded to figure out torrents on my Mac. can someone please help
This one is the best. I love it so much.
I've read this one
He has completely legitimate reasons for mutating himself into a kryptonian/giant ant hybrid monster man
Since he ends up fucking both of them, maybe?
I don't think there's a law for it
Man, they took every opportunity possible to have those incestuous overtones all throughout Solver-Age.
Its not enough he got him tied to the stake in the first place, is it
He has to go the extra mile
Can we have the full pic instead of the thumbnail?
>Sorry Super Cousin, the laws of a long extinct civilization forbid me from banging you super-senseless every night
Anyone here see the Batman: Brave and the Bold episode, "Battle of the Superheroes"? It's one big Superdickery homage.
Jimmy Olsen: Superman's turned into a real di-
Lois Lane: -different person!
>can throw around tanks like toys
>pretend lifting a fat woman is physically exhausting
>being so much of a dick you screw over yourself
I don't think the perspective is necessarily wrong. It's just that a better composition would have had something in the foreground overlapping Superman, to further establish the fact that he's in the background, and not just very small. A big part of our perception of distance is overlapping forms.
Probably could had drawn it so that Batman or the princess were positioned more in front of Superman.
First the cure for cancer, now his wife? Truly, there is no limit to the man's dickishness
So, why the fuck was he so butthurt about the pennies?
Kyle: What? No, you don't understand...
Policeman #1: You sure they've had sex?
Policeman #2: Has she performed oral sex on him?
Kyle: I think so.
Policeman #2: Nice.
Policeman #1: Nice!
Policeman #2: [whispers] Nicccce.
Police Sergeant: So, wait. What's the crime?
Policeman #1: The crime is she isn't doing it with me.
Kyle: Hey! He's totally underage. She's taking advantage of him!
Police Sergeant: You're right. We're sorry. This is serious. We need to track this student down and
Police Sergeant: give him his "Luckiest Boy in America" medal right away.
The giant ants are travelers from outer space who crash landed on Earth, their "attacks" are just them trying to get supplies to rebuild their ship and the Kryptonite they have with them is the ships fuel
Superman uses some Red Kryptonite and thinks "ant thoughts" to turn himself into an antman temporarily to settle the conflict peacefully
>lying to an obviously uneducated woman to make yourself look smart
Why Batman has that face in the second cover? "Superman is invulnerable to bullets" or "My parents are dead and what killed him was a gun, so I can not grab a gun. Cursed Superman"
Nature will find a way.
>someone sticks one of Toyman's Superman dolls up their ass
>Superman shudders in sheer terror as he is plummeted across the universe and shot into the anus of some ungodly Old One
Holy shit, the concept of the multiverse was a thing since the Silver-Age!
So Superman literally framed a guy just so he can arrest him as revenge for the other shit Prankster pulled? This is brilliant, I love jackass Superman.
I thought it was to show dangers of nuclear war...I might be thinking of another comic.
and since when does Red K work like that??? He would have to test it on another kryptonian to see how they react and then use it on himself (since red kryptonite only works once per person)
This is how Injustice should end. Complete with Clark Kent reskin for Metallo.
Most Super-Dickery is really an insanely complex plan by superman to get a bank robber to give up (or get his friends to stop annoying him).
See it really worked, they knew how to sell comics back then
You see these covers and you want to buy the comic!!!
>superman will never do this kind of stuff every again unless the writer is being "ironic"
There were a lot of reoccurring themes back in the Silver-Age. Gorillas being the most blatant, for some reason.