Superman #226 - May 1970 Issue - DC Comics
From View Obscura Comics
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This comic book is in used condition. Comic is complete with cover and all pages attached. This comic has flaws that warrant a Fine grade.
Note: Mild spine creasing. .5 inch tear on right hand edge of front cover. Moisture stain on bottom edge of back cover.
Comic Book will be shipped bagged and boarded!
Script by Leo Dorfman, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by George Roussos.
Superman is affected by Red Kryptonite while watching the movie King Kong. As a result, he grows to giant-size, has his intellect dulled for a time, is incapable of speech, and goes on a rampage duplicating that of King Kong in the movie. Later, when the effect wears off, Superman transports Titano from the past to help protect his secret identity from Jimmy’s and Lois’s suspicions.
Clark Kent gets an interview with scientist Dr. Carl Cathcart, who dies during the session and passes on the key formula of his last invention to him. As a result, Kent is guarded round the clock by American agents, which makes it difficult for him to perform super-deeds, and is later captured by enemy agents who wish to pry from him the secret of the formula.
See Also: Superman #219 - August 1969 Issue - DC Comics, Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen (1954) #155, January 1973 Issue - DC Comics, Action Comics (1938 DC) #325 - June 1965 Issue - DC Comics, Superman (1939 1st Series) #423 - September 1986 Issue - DC Comics, Action Comics (1938 DC) #395 - December 1970 Issue - DC Comics, Rare Video Interview of Superman Artists Curt Swan and Jerry Ordway, Rare Curt Swan Non-DC Comics Cover, Adventure Comics (1938 1st Series) #252 - September 1958 Issue - DC Comics.,
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