ONE OF A KIND
DC Comics 1993 issue of "Superman-Back for Good" signed by creator Jerry Siegel.
18 1/2x15 Blk frame with green matting
When Jor-El, the top scientist of the planet Krypton realized that his world was doomed, he sent his baby son Kal-El off into space in a rocket ship. The ship traveled far from the red sun of the exploding planet Krypton, eventually landing on Earth. There, the baby was found by a kindly old couple, the Kents, who named him Clark, and raised him as their own son. Our world’s yellow sun gave Clark incredible powers, eventually turning him into the legendary hero Superman.
Siegel and Shuster’s creation was already the headliner in Action Comics when this solo Superman series began. Running for over forty-five years, this title introduced readers to Mr. Mxyzptlk, Kryptonite, and some of the most delightfully gimmicky Superman stories of all time. The series concluded in 1986 when John Byrne began a reinvention of Superman in The Man of Steel (Mini-Series). It later picked up again as Adventures of Superman.