Sat, 19 March 2011
Welcome to a new era in Golden Age Superman, as I say goodbye to the days where Superman was only ever published in one book. This week, I'll be taking a look at Action Comics 12, where Superman declares war on reckless drivers, but is a bit reckless himself in the process. Then it's a trip to the World's Fair with the Man of Tomorrow in New York World's Fair Comics. With more books come more minutes spent talking about them, so this episode is a bit longer than they have usually been, but that's going to be more common as we move forward. So come along into this new chapter in the life of the Man of Steel!
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Your comments about this story, and the driving hazards of the first half of the 20th Century, reminded me of a story my father told me. As a boy, he remembered when the state of Florida (where I live at present) first required drivers licences. My grandfather was annoyed about it, because it wasn't enough that a person had to pay hard earned money to buy a car. He then had to pay for the privilege of driving it.