SUPERMEN! THE FIRST WAVE OF COMIC BOOK HEROES 1936-1941 edited by Greg Sadowski (Fantagraphics)
A bizarre collection of stories from the earliest years of superhero comics, when characters with names like “Fero, Planet Detective” and “Cosmic Carson” headlined stories mostly free of logic, characterization or continuity. A fascinating document of an era when a lack of storytelling rules inspired mind-boggling unintentional Dada art.
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