Superman #165

    Superman » Superman #165 - Beauty And The Super-Beast!; The Sweetheart Superman Forgot! released by DC Comics on November 1963.

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    1. Cover by Curt Swan and George Klein.
    2. "Beauty and the Super-Beast!" written by Robert Bernstein, penciled by Curt Swan and inked by George Klein. Reprinted in Superman #272.
    3. "Casey the Cop" gag strip by Henry Boltinoff.
    4. The Sweetheart Superman Forgot! - written by Jerry Siegel, penciled and inked by Al Plastino. After an encounter with red kryptonite, Superman loses his powers and forgets who he is...then he falls in love! Reprinted in Superman #222 & Superman in the Sixties.



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