Action Comics #20

    Action Comics » Action Comics #20 - The Zombies; The Moon Men released by DC Comics on January 1940.

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    Superman visits a Hollywood set!

    1. Untitled Superman story (Siegel/Shuster/Cassidy) - The Man of Steel investigates the out of character activities of a famous Hollywood actress.
    2. Untitled Pep Morgan story (Fox/Guardineer)
    3. Untitled Chuck Dawson story (Fleming)
    4. Untitled Clip Carson story (Finger/Kane)
    5. "The Zombies" (part 2; Baily) featuring Tex Thomson
    6. "Five Star Trap" [text story]
    7. Untitled Three Aces story (Christman)
    8. "The Moon Men" (Fox/Guardineer) featuring Zatara


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    Superman's 'Detective Comics'-like story in 'Action Comics' 0

    In January of 1940, Clark Kent asks for, and is granted, a 'work-vacation' from his boss at the Daily Star. He's sent to Hollywood to cover the movie news. While on a studio tour, Clark saves the life of actress Dolores Winters. The grateful actress grants him an exclusive interview the following night. But, when Clark shows up at her home, she wants nothing to do with him.Soon thereafter, Winters announces her retirement, and throws a star-studded party aboard her yacht. Once the celebrities ar...

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