WEFOUNDAdventure Comics (1938 series) #457


It's the first appearance of Prince Gavyn, a.k.a. Starman! Plus, Plastic Man and Woozy Winks are asked to make sure the snitch Carlton Canary gets to police custody safely. 

Adventure Comics began its nearly 50-year run in December 1935 under the title New Comics , which was only the second comic book series published by National Allied Publications, now DC Comics . [2] The series was retitled New Adventure Comics with its 12th issue in January 1937. [3] Issue #32 (November 1938) saw the title changed again to Adventure Comics , which would remain the book's name for the duration of its existence. [4] [5]

As part of the 2008 " Superman: New Krypton " story arc, a special issue of Adventure Comics was published, titled Adventure Comics Special featuring the Guardian #1 (cover dated January 2009). Jimmy Olsen continues to delve into the mystery surrounding the American government's safeguards against the new Kryptonian population.

After the Johns and Manapul run, writer Paul Levitz took over the series. It was renumbered with its previous numbering and highlighted Clark Kent's years as Superboy as well as the Legion of Super-Heroes' past. Starting with issue #523, the Legion Academy, by Levitz and Phil Jimenez , became the major feature.

Cover art by Jim Aparo. The Wrath of... the Spectre, script by Michael Fleisher and Russell Carley, art by Jim Aparo; Jim Corrigan arrives on the scene of a crime in which an armored car has been held up and the guards shot to death; When he learns that even a member of the gang was shot to death by his own men, it is the Spectre who decides to track down the gang members one by one and exact justice. Is a Snerl Human?, script by Sheldon Mayer, art by Alex Toth.

It's the first appearance of Prince Gavyn, a.k.a. Starman! Plus, Plastic Man and Woozy Winks are asked to make sure the snitch Carlton Canary gets to police custody safely. 

It's the first appearance of Prince Gavyn, a.k.a. Starman! Plus, Plastic Man and Woozy Winks are asked to make sure the snitch Carlton Canary gets to police custody safely. 

Adventure Comics began its nearly 50-year run in December 1935 under the title New Comics , which was only the second comic book series published by National Allied Publications, now DC Comics . [2] The series was retitled New Adventure Comics with its 12th issue in January 1937. [3] Issue #32 (November 1938) saw the title changed again to Adventure Comics , which would remain the book's name for the duration of its existence. [4] [5]

As part of the 2008 " Superman: New Krypton " story arc, a special issue of Adventure Comics was published, titled Adventure Comics Special featuring the Guardian #1 (cover dated January 2009). Jimmy Olsen continues to delve into the mystery surrounding the American government's safeguards against the new Kryptonian population.

After the Johns and Manapul run, writer Paul Levitz took over the series. It was renumbered with its previous numbering and highlighted Clark Kent's years as Superboy as well as the Legion of Super-Heroes' past. Starting with issue #523, the Legion Academy, by Levitz and Phil Jimenez , became the major feature.


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