adventures-of-the-blackgang:

Adventure Comics #32 (DC, 1938) 
First issue (formerly titled New Adventure Comics). Cover by Creig Flessel. Artists include Fred Guardineer, Bob Kane, and Joe Shuster. 

hugs not thugs…

adventures-of-the-blackgang:

Adventure Comics #32 (DC, 1938) 

First issue (formerly titled New Adventure Comics). Cover by Creig Flessel. Artists include Fred Guardineer, Bob Kane, and Joe Shuster.

hugs not thugs…

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(via The Pictorial Arts: So Much Fun!)
Leering down at Kent were skeleton faces of a skeleton crew.

…The 1942 novelization of Superman by George Lowther helped to solidify the legend, including a description of Krypton in detail, re-naming Kal’s parents as Jor-el and Lara (previously Jor-L and Lora) and so forth.
The illustrations are golden, by Joe Shuster—the original Superman artist, showing depth and vitality…

(via The Pictorial Arts: So Much Fun!)

Leering down at Kent were skeleton faces of a skeleton crew.

…The 1942 novelization of Superman by George Lowther helped to solidify the legend, including a description of Krypton in detail, re-naming Kal’s parents as Jor-el and Lara (previously Jor-L and Lora) and so forth.

The illustrations are golden, by Joe Shuster—the original Superman artist, showing depth and vitality…

dulltooldimbulb:

“Education” by Joe Shuster (co-creator and illustrator of Superman)
Vintage Sleaze the Daily Art Blog

dulltooldimbulb:

“Education” by Joe Shuster (co-creator and illustrator of Superman)

Vintage Sleaze the Daily Art Blog

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