DescriptionJoe Shuster Studio Unpublished Superman Story "Supermite" Lois Shrunk Too page 8 Original Art (c. 1944). Even though he's now small in stature, the Man of Tomorrow proves he's no quitter or push-over. With a storyline and art this super, it's hard to believe that only after being turned down by every other publisher, DC printed the first Superman story, comprised of panels from the series of rejected comic strips that Siegel and Shuster had shopped around to no avail. By this time the two creators had established themselves as comic book super-stars. This spectacular show-stopper from the Golden Age has an image area of 13" x 18", and the condition of the art is Excellent.
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