Superman #19 (DC, 1942) CGC VG- 3.5 CREAM TO OFF-WHITE pages.Click the image to load the highest resolution version.
DescriptionSuperman #19 (D.C. Comics, 1942). 11-12/1942 - Cover art by Jack Burnley. Case of the Funny Paper Crimes, script by Jerry Siegel, pencils by Ed Dobrotka, inks by John Sikela; Superman must battle a new villain who has invented a machine that can materialize two-dimensional figures out of the comics to rob for him. Superman, Matinee Idol, script by Jerry Siegel [as Jerome Siegel], pencils by Joe Shuster (pencil layouts) and Ed Dobrotka [as Joe Shuster] (finished pencils), inks by John Sikela [as Joe Shuster]; Clark and Lois decide to go to the movies, but when Clark discovers that it's the the latest Fleisher Superman cartoon, he has to think fast to keep Lois from discovering that he is Superman.
Page Quality: CREAM TO OFF-WHITE
Artists/Writers: "Jerry Siegel story, Jack Burnley cover" "John Sikela, Ed Dobrotka and" Joe Shuster art
CGC census 6/19: 7 in 3.5, 66 higher.
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