πŸ’΅ Superman 406 Newsstand (1985)

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“The Fight for the Right to Be Superman!” Moe Ramboe was a two-bit wrestler who used the name “Superman” before the debut of Superman, and he wants to wrestle Superman for the rights to the name. Can You Stump Superman?, scriptby Craig Boldman, pencils by Alex Saviuk, inks by Karl Kesel; Superman challenges a crowd to guess the one thing Earth people can do that Superman cannot do. -MyComicShop

Dollar Issue No. 406
Published: April, 1985
Script: Paul Kupperberg
Art: Irv Novick, Dave Hunt
Cover: Ed Hannigan, Klaus Janson
Notes: Tearing and bending on covers

Weight0.2 lbs
Dimensions7 × 10.5 in
Grade

2.0 GD Good Low Grade

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