Action Comics #10

    Action Comics » Action Comics #10 - The Treasure of Ghenghis Khan released by DC Comics on March 1939.

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    A certain gang is getting a visit from Superman to stop allegations of abuse and starvation.

    1. Nevertheless It's True - (Moldoff) illustrated trivia
    2. Untitled Superman story - (Siegel/Shuster) An escaped con contacts the Daily Star and lets Clark Kent know about the deplorable conditions in Coreytown Prison. But when Clark is forced to reveal his source, Superman goes undercover in the prison.
    3. Untitled Scoop Scanlon story
    4. Untitled Pep Morgan story
    5. "This Doggone World" [filler]
    6. Untitled Adventures of Marco Polo
    7. "Fighting Spirit" [text story]
    8. Untitled Tex Thomson story
    9. "Film Oddities" [filler]
    10. Untitled Chuck Dawson story
    11. "The Treasure of Ghenghis Khan" featuring Zatara
    12. "Old West" [filler]


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    When Superman Was a Force for Humanism and Social Justice 0

    Superman reviews - celebrating the 75th Anniversary of the Man of Steel!Review of the Superman story only:One of the great things about Golden Age Superman, something that's become a bit lost over the subsequent decades, is that Jerry Siegel's Superman did more than fight supervillains, hucksters and natural disasters; he also championed the oppressed and underprivleged. In just his first year he helped the wrongly condemned, orphans, exploited mine workers, and the urban poor.And he does it aga...

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    Action Comics Review# 10 0

    This time, Superman is playing the undercover detective cop, when after he investigate as Clark Kent, and after going in jail and make the life very difficult for the prison chief. A little bit boring in my advice, and we don't know what happen to his Clark Kent personna, because the story end so quickly. Also, Zatarra in his adventure is always encountering strange and very dangerous foes on his path, but he's so powerfull that I don't understand why he needs to complicate his way and not just...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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