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Superman #1 (1939). Man-crush Monday. Literally.

Superman #1 (1939). Man-crush Monday. Literally.

Superman #1 (1939). Well that's one way to make sure the person doesn't get in your way.

Superman #1 (1939). Well that's one way to make sure the person doesn't get in your way.

Batman #1 (1940).  Yup.  It was that easy.

Batman #1 (1940). Yup. It was that easy.

Detective Comics #1 (1937). My goodness, that is one ugly broad.

Detective Comics #1 (1937). My goodness, that is one ugly broad.

All-Star Comics #8 (1941). While Wonder Woman's bracelets help her in combat, they are actually worn as a reminder of Amazon slavery.

All-Star Comics #8 (1941). While Wonder Woman's bracelets help her in combat, they are actually worn as a reminder of Amazon slavery.

Superman #2 (1939). He must be a killer in bed.

Superman #2 (1939). He must be a killer in bed.

Superman #4 (1940). Who else but Superman?

Superman #4 (1940). Who else but Superman?

Superman #1 (1939). In other words, "I'm Clark Kent."

Superman #1 (1939). In other words, "I'm Clark Kent."

Action Comics #21 (1940). Don't you miss the old Superman?

Action Comics #21 (1940). Don't you miss the old Superman?

Superman #7 (1940). Remember that time when Perry White became the editor of the Daily Planet and George Taylor magically disappeared with the Daily Star?

Superman #7 (1940). Remember that time when Perry White became the editor of the Daily Planet and George Taylor magically disappeared with the Daily Star?

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