Supermen! The potent, primitive four-color heroes of 1936-41

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6 Responses to “Supermen! The potent, primitive four-color heroes of 1936-41”

  1. Umbriel says:

    That makes perfect sense. But I still prefer the image of the cops shaking the guy down and finding an incriminating bag of chips in his coat…

  2. Marble River says:

    What a treat to see this on BoingBoing on a Monday morning! I scanned a number of the stories (both of the Hanks stories are from my collection) for this book, and was also a production assistant for Greg; he did a fantastic job pulling this all together. I hope he decides to do a non-superhero volume sometime, there’s tons more weird and wonderful old comics out there.

    MR

  3. jimh says:

    Very nice. Apparently Mr. Sadowski also did the design work, I had my money on Chip Kidd.

  4. Anonymous says:

    “remarkable lack of anatomical accuracy”

    Well, it’s good to know some things haven’t changed. Entire Career Of Rob Liefeld, we are looking at you.

  5. Umbriel says:

    I’m a little confused by the term “dip and drug addict” — by “dip” do they mean snuff, or guacamole?

  6. Takuan says:

    a dip is a pick pocket.

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