(If you missed the previous column, go read it quickly here, and come back!)
Throwing a little more joy into the world with more coverage of a superhero who has fun!
Get Me Out Of Here
...which was slightly misrepresentative...
...but more on that later).
This issue especially shows the influence of Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko on some of Paris Cullins' work!
Heart Of Stone
Metallo, in the next issue blurb and on the letters' page). But, back to the issue by Gary Cohn, Dan Mishkin, Paris Cullins and Gary Martin.
As Sharon arrives in Metropolis, Superman lets Blue Devil know a little of Metallo's history (giving Dan pause, as thought Metallo was just a robot, not a man with his own grafted on super-suit requiring Kryptonite as a power source). Superman is concerned that S.T.A.R. Labs is developing their own Kryptonite (which Jenet says was to use against Phantom Zone villains should they attack when Superman is not around....).
Superman lets Blue Devil know he was impressed by his actions, and, with Dr. Klyburn saying there is little S.T.A.R. Labs can do to help, Superman volunteers to take Dan to someone who knows more about magic and demons than he, and they leave, just as Sharon arrives at S.T.A.R. Labs.