Superman Supacomic #199

Published
May 1976
Page count
68
Cover price
0.35 AUD
Colour
Black & white
Size
Standard size
Interior paper
Newsprint
Cover stock
Glossy colour
Binding
Saddle-stitched
Format
Comic series
Branding
Planet Comics (2)
 
Planet Comics (2)

Credits

Editing
, editor

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Show/hide Cover Who was that dog I saw you with last night? (Superman) Cover, 1 page

"This is a job for… Superdog?!?"

Featuring

Feature
Superman
Genre
Superhero
Code
S-1954
Characters
Krypto

Credits

Art
Dick Giordano, line art
Editing
Julius Schwartz, original editor

Reprint history

First print
United States
Superman (DC, 1939 series) #287 (May 1975)
Who Was That Dog I Saw You With Last Night?
Show/hide 1. Who Was that Dog I Saw You With Last Night? (Superman (with Krypto)) Comic story, 13 pages

Featuring

Feature
Superman (with Krypto)
Genre
Superhero
Code
S-1888

Credits

Writing
Elliot Maggin, scripter [as Elliot S! Maggin]
Art
Curt Swan, penciller
 
Bob Oksner, inker
Editing
Julius Schwartz, editor

Reprint history

First print
United States
Superman (DC, 1939 series) #287 (May 1975)
Also printed
Australia
Superman (Murray, 1978 series) #17 ([June 1980])
 
United States
Superman in the Seventies (DC, 2000 series) ([October] 2000)
Show/hide 2. The Tattoo Switcheroo (The Private Life of Clark Kent) Comic story, 5 pages

Featuring

Feature
The Private Life of Clark Kent
Genre
Superhero

Credits

Writing
Marty Pasko, scripter
Art
José Luis García-López, penciller [as Jose Luis Garcia Lopez]
 
Vince Colletta, inker
Editing
Julius Schwartz, editor

Reprint history

First print
United States
Superman (DC, 1939 series) #294 (December 1975)
The Tattoo Switcheroo!
Also printed
Australia
Superman (Murray, 1982 series) ([October 1982?])
The Tattoo Switcheroo
Show/hide 3. The Magical Mystery Mirror (The Elongated Man) Comic story, 8 pages

Featuring

Feature
The Elongated Man
Genre
Superhero
Code
S-1777

Credits

Writing
Mike W. Barr, scripter
Art
Ernie Chan, line art [as Ernie Chua]
Editing
Julius Schwartz, editor

Reprint history

First print
United States
Detective Comics (DC, 1937 series) #444 (December 1974-January 1975)
Also printed
Australia
Super Action Album (Murray, 1980 series) #19 ([March 1981?])
 
United States
The Best of DC (DC, 1979 series) #30 (November 1982)
Show/hide 4. A Modern Alice in Wonderland (Superman) Comic story, 13 pages

Featuring

Feature
Superman
Genre
Superhero
Code
N-1160

Credits

Writing
Jerry Siegel, scripter
Art
Sam Citron, penciller
 
Stan Kaye , inker
Editing
Julius Schwartz, editor

Reprint history

First print
United States
Superman (DC, 1939 series) #41 (July-August 1946)
This version
United States
Superman (DC, 1939 series) #284 (February 1975)

Notes

This reprint version has an introductory strip at the top of the first page, in the form of a fake newspaper headline.

Show/hide 5. The Super-Exiles of Earth (Justice League of America) Comic story, 25 pages

Featuring

Feature
Justice League of America
Genre
Superhero
Characters
Dr. Destiny (villain); Superman; Batman; Martian Manhunter [John Jones/J'onn J'onzz]; The Flash [Barry Allen]; Green Lantern [Hal Jordan]; Wonder Woman; Atom [Ray Palmer]; Green Arrow [Oliver Queen]; Aquaman; Snapper Carr; Jean Loring; green kryptonite

Credits

Writing
Gardner Fox, scripter
Art
Mike Sekowsky, penciller
 
Bernard Sachs, inker
Text
Gaspar Saladino, letterer
Editing
Julius Schwartz, original editor

Reprint history

First print
United States
Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #19 (May 1963)
The Super-Exiles of Earth!
Also printed
Australia
Mighty Comic (Colour Comics, 1960 series) #40 ([April 1964?])
The Super-Exiles of Earth
 
United States
Justice League of America (DC, 1960 series) #112 (July-August 1974)
The Super-Exiles of Earth!
 
United States
Justice League of America Archives (DC, 1994 series) #3 ([November] 1994)
The Super-Exiles of Earth!
 
United States
Showcase Presents: Justice League of America (DC, 2006 series) #2 ([July] 2007)
The Super-Exiles of Earth!

Synopsis

The JLAers each face their evil doppelgangers and are then blamed for their lawless actions and exiled from Earth. When they return to fight their duplicates, the JLA discovers they are manifestations of their own dreams. The Atom performs microscopic brain surgery to disable them and the JLA shuts down Dr. Destiny's materiopticon to destroy the dream-beings.


Status

AusReprints ID

  • 1283

Entry created

  • 04/02/2004

Cover added

  • 04/02/2004

Index completed

  • 04/02/2004

Last updated

  • 03/09/2019