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Cover to Superman The Secret Years #2 by Frank Miller
Cover to Superman The Secret Years #2 by Frank Miller

Yet, we get to see Superboy up against his arch-enemy Lex Luthor, with the same kind of humor we would expect from Sherman Howard (the Lex Luthor of the 'Superboy' show). And by the 4th issue, Superboy has made the final decision to become Superman and gets hired at the Daily Planet, the first step to the life of the legend. Read about all four issues by clicking on the photo covers and enjoy--emerging into the story that started it all!
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Cover to Superman The Secret Years #1 by Frank Miller
Cover to Superman The Secret Years #1 by Frank Miller

Superman: The Secret Years is a four-issue limited series which takes place on Earth-One of Pre-Crisis continuity.
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Cover to Tales to Offend #1 by Frank Miller
Cover to Tales to Offend #1 by Frank Miller

Tales To Offend reprints short stories found in other books. Lance Blastoff is as over the top as they come, about a guy in space doing some awful things for a buck. Daddy's Little Girl, the Sin City story, is about a father and what happens to the men his little girl brings home.
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Cover to Wipeout TPB by Frank Miller
Cover to Wipeout TPB by Frank Miller

Whiteout is also an example of a story that reads much better all at once than serialized, further strengthening the argument for original graphic novels. While it was certainly plenty readable in its original four-part form, following the intricate narrative and the suspects in the whodunit is much easier when the whole story is read in one piece. In addition, though serialization often leads to a greater sense of suspense, having to wait a month between cliffhangers, none of the series' cliffhangers lose anything by having the story pick up on the next page instead of the next month. There's a good deal of character drama here, and that is where the suspense comes from. The rest comes from a stringent time limit on the investigation that is driven home throughout the story.
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Cover to Solar Man of Atom #12 by Frank Miller
Cover to Solar Man of Atom #12 by Frank Miller

Unity Chapter Nine
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