Superman #183 (DC, 1966) CGC NM- 9.2 CREAM TO OFF-WHITE pages.Click the image to load the highest resolution version.
DescriptionSuperman #183 (D.C. Comics, 1966). 1/1966 - Curt Swan & George Klein cover. DC Giant with reprinted stories: Case of the Funny Paper Crimes starring Superman and Funnyface, by Jerry Siegel, John Sikela and Ed Dobrotka. Clark Kent's College Days, by Jerry Coleman & Al Plastino; Superman recalls his college days, particularly the professor who tried to scientifically prove that Clark Kent was Superboy. When Superman Lost His Powers!, by Robert Bernstein, Wayne Boring and Stan Kaye. The Mysterious Mr. Mxyzptlk!, by Jerry Siegel, Joe Shuster and Ira Yarbrough; An imp from another dimension plagues Superman with practical jokes until he can make him say his name backwards. The Eye of Metropolis!, by Bill Finger, Wayne Boring and Stan Kaye.
Page Quality: CREAM TO OFF-WHITE
Artists/Writers: Curt Swan and George Klein cover
Significance: 80 Page Giant.
CGC census 7/19: 13 in 9.2, 14 higher.
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