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Superboy: The Greatest Team-Up Stories Ever Told (The Greatest Stories Ever Told)
Superboy, the hero who would grow up to become Superman, battles evil alongside some of the world's greatest heroes and others in this exciting new collection. In this volume, the teen hero teams up with Supergirl, Robin, Jimmy Olsen and Bruce Wayne, and faces a young Lex Luthor.
Paperback, 168 pages
Published January 26th 2010 by DC Comics
(first published January 20th 2010)
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with a selection of stories spanning a period of twenty years. this collection follows of the adventures of superboy from the silver age to the bronze age of comics. most of the DC greats are here such as robin, supergirl, green lantern, aquaman and Green Arrow. the latter is my fave of the bunch. I recall reading it in a superboy annual round my aunties when I was younger. the earlier stories are the best as the have they epitomise the wonderful joy of the silver age perfectly. the seventies ...more
I've got a soft spot for the classics. I like this retro Superboy era and who doesn't love a good team up. It was a little funny how often they dipped into the time travel and subsequent amnesia well, but I can overlook it I suppose. I thought the team up stories with Aquaboy and Batlad (aka The Executioner)were the standouts, mostly because they weren't time travel or imaginary stories but rather just early team ups between these iconic characters. I felt like the young Bruce Wayne in this ...more
Though the stories in this collection are apocryphal in current DC continuity (or maybe not with that Hypertime thing), they are some the most enjoyable comics for fans of team-ups. Witness the incident that made Lex Luthor the villain he is. See Robin travel back in time to meet Superman when he was a boy. Read the once long-awaited and now long sought after team of Superboy and the young (and really angry) Bruce Wayne. Then there's the story of Clark's trip to California where he befriends a ...more
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