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When reading Superman (or any comic) from the Golden Age, it's easy to dismiss the science in the stories as 'silly' and 'immature'. And in a lot of cases, that's probably a dead-on accurate assessment - but not always! Take the story The Battle of the Atoms from Superman #38. It opens with Clark and Lois investigating a 'terrific disturbance' in the countryside. What they find is nothing short of shocking - trees bent, boulders melted and steel structures twisted. Superman soon...5 out of 5 found this review helpful.
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