Superman/Batman #26

    Superman/Batman » Superman/Batman #26 - The Boys are Back in Town!; Sam's Story released by DC Comics on June 1, 2006.

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    The Boys are Back in Town!; Sam's Story last edited by SaveMeAndy on 04/20/23 07:39AM View full history

    At the height of INFINITE CRISIS, Robin and Superboy team up for an extra-sized story that's not to be missed! Written by Sam Loeb and some of the best writers in comics today, this issue was completed by Sam's artist and writer friends - a veritable Who's Who of modern comics, including Jim Lee, Mike Turner, Geoff Johns, Joss Whedon, Brad Meltzer, Ed McGuinness and many more! This issue also features a bonus SUPERMAN FOR ALL SEASONS short story by Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale! Don't miss it!

    Tribute issue, co-written with the late Sam Loeb and finished by many other writers and artists



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      Sam Loeb and Michael Turner share a few similarities with this comic.  Both me were involved one way or another for issue #26 of Superman/Batman.... Sam being the inspiration and Michael Turner the cover artist.  Irony would strike because we lost them both to cancer.... Sam July of 1005 and Turner June of 2008 An over-sized 40 page tribute for both Conner Kent and Sam Loeb was created by a superstar line up of some of DC comic's fine back in 200...

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