The Golden Age of Superman tales are collected for the first time in their entirety in this oversize omnibus series, continuing with stories from the late 1940s in Superman: The Golden Age Omnibus Vol. 6.
By 1947 the trauma of World War II was starting to fade into memory and America had begun one of the greatest economic expansions in history. The future looked bright for both the nation and the singular costumed hero who embodied its generosity, optimism, and can-do spirit. But the battle for truth and justice never ends, even after such a monumental victory, and Superman likewise never falters in his tireless commitment to fight the forces of chaos and corruption that threaten the world's newfound peace and prosperity--no matter how strange the circumstances or how comical the characters who cross his path!
Now, for the first time, these era-defining adventures from comics' Golden Age--including "The Man Who Out-Supered Superman," "Lois Lane, Superwoman," "That Old Class of Superboy's," "Clark Kent's Most Dangerous Assignment," and "The Origin of Superman" from his special 10th-anniversary issue--are gathered together in a single hardcover edition.
Superman: The Golden Age Omnibus Volume Six collects many never-before-reprinted stories, including all of the Metropolis Wonder's tales from Action Comics #106-125, Superman #44-54, andWorld's Finest Comics #26-36, and features a foreword by celebrated comics writer and former DC editor Paul Kupperberg.