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Superman: Sunday Classics 1939-1943 (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – 4. Mai 2006

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Great Book 1. September 2006
Von tongor - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
This book gives all the Sunday classics from the first four years of this popular comic strip! The book is hardcover with a great rap around dustcover with great interior art on the inside covers. It printed on high quality paper and all strips are in full color!! A great book for a low price. A must for any Superman Fan!!!!
4 von 4 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Its a Steal 30. Juli 2009
Von Ganapathy Subramaniam - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe Verifizierter Kauf
This Man of Steel book is a steal!

For around ten dollars, what you get is,

a large format,
rock solid edition,
in full color,
on great quality paper,

of the first years of this awesome comic strip.

Each page contains one Sunday strip, for back to back entertainment, that seems to go on and on.


I do have a thought on the glossy papers, though its not a dampener. I would think those acid-free non-reflecting crisp sheets of paper would bring out the vivid black pen-brush work as well as those colors better.
3 von 3 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Great Coffeetable Books 11. Juni 2013
Von Man of La Book - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
Super­man: Sun­day Clas­sics 1939-1943 by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shus­ter is a col­lec­tion of the comic strips which were pub­lished in papers across the coun­try between the four years men­tioned. Some of the illus­tra­tions are done by Peter Poplaski and an intro­duc­tion is writ­ten by Roger Stern.

This is a won­der­ful cof­fee table book with an amaz­ing wrap­around dust­cover and excel­lent inte­rior art. This is a large for­mat, hard­bound book in full color printed on pres­tige for­mat paper - some­thing unusual for today and a great value for the money.

As one might imag­ine, the book is a blast to read. Care­fully read­ing and study­ing the panel, one could how Siegel and Shus­ter pro­gressed as a writer and artist and their train of thought. Clark Kent is hardly men­tioned, not sur­pris­ing if you want kids to come back and read the strip the next week, Super­man is not the all-powerful super­hero, his pow­ers haven't yet fully devel­oped (he doesn't fly, just jumps real high). In one of the strips he gets hurt and the famous "S" shield varies as the char­ac­ter was being developed.

Super­man in this strip is a step, or a few steps, above a cir­cus strong­man accom­plish­ing mag­nif­i­cent feats, under­wear on the out­side and all. The adven­tures are mas­ter­fully repro­duced to insure enjoy­ment of fan­tas­tic sto­ry­telling, active imag­i­na­tion and the begin­ning of the great­est super-hero of all.
3 von 3 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Great Golden Age Art and Classic Lois Lane 28. Oktober 2013
Von Adam - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
This book contains the first nearly three and a half years or so of Superman strips that appeared in Sunday papers. These run parallel to the Daily Strips that have been collected in other works.

The multi-part series are solid golden age Superman stories told over the course of several weeks. There are no story lines that are poor though a few seem more improbable than usual. The last five strip stories turn solidly towards World War II as Superman helps out fundraising in Hollywood and on various national defense projects,including helping a young man grow up to face the challenges of war time.

If you're a fan of the Golden Age Lois Lane, this is also a great book because she features prominently in every strip. Her extreme bravado is particularly pronounced in the series entitled Luthor: Master of Evil in which Lois attacks Clark for not wanting to go out into the midst of a Hurricane.

The art in that particular story is superb, particularly the scenes with Lois and Superman in the hurricane. It's Golden Age Comic art as good as it gets and makes the book a great read for fans of Superman.
2 von 2 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Interesting look into the early Superman character. 7. Juni 2010
Von Nighhawk - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
I have been a fan of the Man of Steel for most of my life. This volume is a great look at what the originators, Siegel and Shuster thought of the character. The Clark Kent legend is glossed over for the sake of precious newpaper strip space. I like the fact that Siegel and Shuster were trying to keep Superman based in a 'reality' of sorts. He doesn't fly, but leaps incredibly high, can't be hurt by gunfire, but in one strip he can be gassed.. and his uniform colors (the "S" varies ) as the authors were changing and developing the character. I found Superman in the early strips to be a lot like Spiderman in his early days, climbing up buildings and quick with a flip remark when perfoming a super feat. All in all it was a great "let's do the time-warp" into Superman's early manifestation and I recommend it to any fan of the Man of Tomorrow!
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