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"Has the Man of Steel finally met his match when a super-monster from his native planet menaces Metropolis?"
 
'The Girls in Superman's Life' - Lana Lang, now an adult, shows up in Metropolis at the offices of the Daily Planet and convinces editor Perry White to give her a job as a reporter and Lois offers to let her be her roommate. The trouble starts when Lana (who was always convinced that Clark Kent really was Superboy) finds a way to expose Superman's secret identity.

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The Real Death of Superman was the 1950s 0

I always wondered why there was a separate 'Golden Age' and 'Silver Age' of comics. Didn't one just run into the other? The Golden Age was the beginning until the 60s and the Silver Age was the 60s onward? Well... no. You see, sandwiched in between was the decade of the 1950s. And in the 1950s, Crime, Western, Horror comics (and just about every genre that wasn't superheroes) ruled the day. And now I know why.  While the art in Superman, thanks to Al Plastino, was some of the best comics had eve...

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