Eighty Page Giant #10 Vg 4.0 1965
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Eighty Page Giant #10 Vg 4.0 1965:
Eighty Page Giant #10 VG 4.0 1965
This is a low grade item. It will be complete and readable, but will show significant wear. Allowed defects for this grade include: spine roll, a moderate amount of staining or water damage, writing or other marks on the cover, up to one inch spine splits or other tears, a cover or centerfold that is detached at one staple, discoloration due to oxidation, and a minor piece or pieces missing. An item could be assigned this grade due to either an accumulation of minor/moderate defects or one or two major defects.
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.Item image
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