Superboy Vol. 1 (1949-1979)

Superboy #118 Vol. 1 (1965) Curt Swan Cover Art & Pencils. Jerry Siegel Story.  Superboy #118 Vol. 1 (1965) Curt Swan Cover Art & Pencils. Jerry Siegel Story. To test out a memory-erasing machine for Kryptonians, Varn, son of Vol-Don of Kandor’s Look-Alike Squad, goes back to Superboy’s time, masquerades as an obnoxious youth who discovers Clark Kent’s secret identity, makes life hell for the Kents for a week, and then reveals his secret to Superboy and uses the device to wipe the memory of his visit from Superboy and the Kents.
Superboy #118 Vol. 1 (1965) Very Good/Fine $25.00
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Superboy #145 Vol. 1 (1949-1979) Neal Adams Cover. Stories written by Otto Binder & Jerry Siegel. The Fantastic Faces! and Superboy Meets William Tell!   Superboy #145 Vol. 1 (1949-1979) Neal Adams Cover. Stories written by Otto Binder & Jerry Siegel. The Fantastic Faces! and Superboy Meets William Tell! In the dimension of Thraxx, the head of Galaxo Movie Studios made a new reality show starring Superboy! But to boost the ratings, ma and Pa are made younger by putting a youth serum in the well water. In this "Demand Classic," Clark Kent has to write a report on William Tell and what better way to research than going in the past to find him?
Superboy #145 Vol. 1 (1949-1979) Good/Very Good $20.00
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Superboy #157 Vol. 1 (1949-1979) Neal Adams Cover.   Superboy revives an ailing albino gorilla with some bananas taken from a red-sun world and irradiated under Earth’s yellow sun to impart enough super-power to the ape to ensure his survival. Unfortunately, Smallville jock Bash Bashford accidentally ingests some of the bananas, and gains super-strength. His already-large ego grows even greater as Smallville dubs him 'Superbash' and calls on him for super-deeds. But when a giant meteor nears Earth, he finally admits that he is inadequate to the task, and 'allows' Superboy to deflect it. Superboy helps save Bash’s pride by telling the townspeople Bash was his 'secret deputy' for the duration. Superboy #157 Vol. 1 (1949-1979) Neal Adams Cover. Superboy revives an ailing albino gorilla with some bananas taken from a red-sun world and irradiated under Earth’s yellow sun to impart enough super-power to the ape to ensure his survival. Unfortunately, Smallville jock Bash Bashford accidentally ingests some of the bananas, and gains super-strength. His already-large ego grows even greater as Smallville dubs him 'Superbash' and calls on him for super-deeds. But when a giant meteor nears Earth, he finally admits that he is inadequate to the task, and 'allows' Superboy to deflect it. Superboy helps save Bash’s pride by telling the townspeople Bash was his 'secret deputy' for the duration.
Superboy #157 Vol. 1 (1949-1979) Fine/Very Fine $50.00
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Superboy #189 (1972) Nick Cardy Cover. Leo Dorfman Story. Bob Brown Pencils. Superboy #189 (1972) Nick Cardy Cover. Leo Dorfman Story. Bob Brown Pencils. Jonathan Kent is almost strangled by a rope, vines, and a garden hose, and tells Superboy the attacks are a manifestation of the Kent family curse.
Superboy #189 (1972) Nick Cardy Cover Very Good/Fine $9.99
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