Superman #20 (DC, 1943) CGC GD+ 2.5 OFF-WHITE TO WHITE pages.Click the image to load the highest resolution version.
DescriptionSuperman #20 (D.C. Comics, 1943). 1-2/1943 - Jack Burnley's action-packed World War II cover sets the stage for the interior story, "Destroyers From the Depths," which features an appearance by Adolf Hitler. Also appearing in this issue: Bruce Wayne and Dick Grayson (in a cameo) and the Puzzler. Artists include Ed Dobrotka and John Sikela. Inside is the famous story where the Daily Planet reveals Superman's secret identity to be Clark Kent.
Page Quality: OFF-WHITE TO WHITE
Artists/Writers: "Jerry Siegel story, Jack Burnley cover" Ed Dobrotka and John Sikela art
Significance: Half page ad for Boy Commandos #1
CGC census 6/19: 7 in 2.5, 92 higher.
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