Superman's Pal, Jimmy Olsen #33

DC Comics

United States

Published
December 1958
Page count
36
Cover price
0.10 USD
Colour
Colour
Format
Comic series
GCD
www.comics.org/issue/14782

Credits

Editing
Whitney Ellsworth

Issue contents Hide all

Show/hide Cover Untitled (Jimmy Olsen) Cover, 1 page

Featuring

Feature
Jimmy Olsen
Genre
Superhero

Credits

Pencils
Curt Swan
Inks
Stan Kaye
Letters
Ira Schnapp
Show/hide 1. The Legends that Came to Life! (Jimmy Olsen) Comic story, 9.67 pages

Featuring

Feature
Jimmy Olsen
Genre
Superhero

Credits

Script
Otto Binder
Pencils
Curt Swan
Inks
Ray Burnley

Reprint history

Also printed
United Kingdom
Superman (Colour Comics, 1950 series) #109 ([May 1959])
The Legends That Came to Life
Show/hide 2. The Lady-Killer from Metropolis! (Jimmy Olsen) Comic story, 7.67 pages

Featuring

Feature
Jimmy Olsen
Genre
Superhero

Credits

Script
Alvin Schwartz
Pencils
Curt Swan
Inks
Ray Burnley

Reprint history

Also printed
Australia
Century the 100 Page Comic Monthly (Colour Comics, 1956 series) #36 (May 1959)
The Lady Killer from Metropolis
 
Australia
Super Adventure Comic (Colour Comics, 1960 series) #46 ([June 1971])
The Lady-Killer From Metropolis
Original
Superman's Pal, Jimmy Olsen 33, December 1958
This version
Superman's Pal, Jimmy Olsen 119, April 1969
Show/hide 3. Supergram The Superman Puzzle Game Activity, 1 page

Notes

puzzle page

Show/hide 4. Meet TV's Jimmy Olsen Text article, 1 page

Credits

Author
Letters
typeset
Show/hide 5. The Human Flame-Thrower! (Jimmy Olsen) Comic story, 7.67 pages

Featuring

Feature
Jimmy Olsen
Genre
Superhero
Characters
Jimmy Olsen; Superman; Prof. Potter; Perry White; "Hot Shot" Holton

Credits

Script
Otto Binder
Pencils
Curt Swan
Inks
Ray Burnley

Synopsis

An accident involving an experiment of Prof. Potter's gives Jimmy fire-breath. When he accidentally burns $1,000 meant for charity, Jimmy tries to use his abilities to raise replacement funds. In doing so, however, he draws the attention of "Hot Shot" Holton, who forces Jimmy to use his fire-breath to commit robberies. But Jimmy uses his fire-breath to signal Superman, and eventually douses his fire with mere water.


Status

AusReprints ID

  • 40477

Entry created

  • 04/04/2017

Index completed

  • 04/04/2017

Last updated

  • 04/04/2017