Drawn to Comics June 2015

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, SUPERMAN!

June 18th is officially Superman’s birthday (also marked as the day he was adopted by Jonathan and Martha Kent)! Learn more Superman trivia from Newsarama.com’s article
“Superman Secrets: 10 Things You Maybe Didn’t Know” by Alan Kistler.

Check out the following titles and more at your library!

DC Friends Happy Birthday Superman

Happy Birthday, Superman!
By Fisch, Sholly
Illustrator Bone, J.
2014-07 – Stone Arch Books
The Super Friends get together for a party celebrating DC’s first and greatest super hero. But LEXLUTHOR wants to wish SUPERMAN an entirely different kind of day.

Superman The Power Within

Superman: The Power Within
By Stern, Roger
Illustrator Swan, Curt
2015-01 – DC Comics
When Superman saves an innocent man from murder, he discovers two disturbing facts: That the man he saved is part of a cult that worships the Man of Steel, and that the would-be killer is part of another faction dedicated to wiping them out Even worse, both groups are gaining super-powers due to a mysterious, spaceborn source that Superman traces back to the dread ruler of Apokolips: Darkseid.

Superman Krypton Returns

Superman: Krypton Returns (the New 52)
By Lobdell, Scott
Illustrator Rocafort, Kenneth
2015-02 – DC Comics
Crossing over between SUPERMAN, SUPERGIRL, SUPERBOY, and ACTION COMICS, this Super-family team up brings all the fan-favorite heroes together to take on H’el The Super team must travel through time and Krypton’s history to prevent H’el from dooming the entire universe.

Earth One Volume Three

Superman: Earth One Vol. 3
By Straczynski, J. Michael
Illustrator Syaf, Ardian
2015-02 – DC Comics
The follow-up to the NEW YORK TIMES #1 bestselling graphic novels SUPERMAN: EARTH ONE VOL. 1 and 2 is here Written by J. Michael Straczynski with art by Ardian Syaf (BATGIRL), SUPERMAN: EARTH ONE VOL. 3 follows a young Clark Kent as he continues his journey toward becoming the World’s Greatest Super Hero. After defeating villains terrestrial and beyond, Superman faces a threat that he can’t simply outmuscle. A threat smarter, more cunning and deadly than he can imagine: the Luthors.

Superman in the Forties

Superman in the Forties
By Siegel, Jerry
Created by Shuster, Joe
2005-11 – DC Comics
Tracing the root of the world’s fascination with Superman from his debut in 1938 and through the 1940s as his powers developed and his place in society changed, these stories have been culled from the comics, comic strips, and other rare sources.
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