To make the material on this site more navigable, the content has been broken out into various ages and eras. The start and end dates of each age or era are not hard and fast. Rather, they are a general guidelines and may vary slightly from series to series. The Golden Age refers to DC Comics material published prior to circa 1956. The Silver Age refers to DC Comics material published between circa 1956 and circa 1970. The Bronze Age refers to DC Comics material published between circa 1970 and circa 1986. The Dark Age refers to DC Comics material published between circa 1986 and circa 2000. The Millennial Era refers to material published circa 2000 to cover date September 2011. The New 52 Era refers to material published since cover date October 2011 to present.

ARCHIVES - GOLDEN AGE
All-Star Comics
Batman
Batman: Dark Knight
Batman: World's Finest Comics
Black Canary
Blackhawk
Comic Cavalcade
DC Comics Rarities
Doctor Fate
Flash
Green Lantern
Hawkman
JSA All-Stars
Plastic Man
Robin
Sandman
Seven Soldiers Of Victory
Shazam
Shazam Family
Spectre
Starman
Superman
Superman: Action Comics
Superman: World's Finest Comics
Wonder Woman
World's Finest Comics

ARCHIVES - SILVER AGE
Action Heroes
Adam Strange
Aquaman
Atom
Batman: Dynamic Duo
Brave And The Bold Team-Up
Challengers Of The Unknown
Doom Patrol
Enemy Ace
Flash
Green Lantern
Hawkman
Justice League Of America
Legion Of Super-Heroes
Metal Men
Sgt. Rock
Sugar And Spike
Supergirl
Superman: Man Of Tomorrow
Superman's Girl Friend Lois Lane
Teen Titans
World's Finest Comics

ARCHIVES - BRONZE AGE
Justice League Of America
Kamandi
Legion Of Super-Heroes
New Teen Titans

OMNIBUS - SILVER AGE
Green Lantern

OMNIBUS - BRONZE AGE
Jack Kirby's Fourth World
Kamandi
New Teen Titans

HARDCOVERS - MILLENNIAL ERA
Green Lantern
SUPERMAN AND ACTION COMICS
(SILVER AGE)
COLLECTED IN SUPERMAN: THE MAN OF TOMORROW ARCHIVES


ARCHIVES
SUPERMAN: THE MAN OF TOMORROW
Volume 1
  • Collects Action Comics 241-247; Superman 122-126
  • Volume 2
  • Collects Action Comics 248-254; Superman 127-131
  • Volume 3
  • Collects Action Comics 255-268; Superman 132-139
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    SUPERMAN: THE MAN OF TOMORROW

    Archives Volume 4
  • Collects Action Comics 269-278; Superman 140-147
  • Archives Volume 5
  • Collects Action Comics 279-290; Superman 148-155
  • Archives Volume 6
  • Collects Action Comics 291-302; Superman 156-163
  • Archives Volume 7
  • Collects Action Comics 303-314; Superman 164-171
  • Archives Volume 8
  • Collects Action Comics 315-328; Superman 172-179
  • Archives Volume 9
  • Collects Action Comics 329-341; Superman 180-190
  • Archives Volume 10
  • Collects Action Comics 342-356; Superman 191-200
  • Archives Volume 11
  • Collects Action Comics 357-370; Superman 201-211
  • Archives Volume 12
  • Collects Action Comics 371-383; Superman 212-223
  • Archives Volume 13
  • Collects Action Comics 384-395; Superman 224-232
  • After Action Comics 395 and Superman 232, this Silver Age Archives line would likely be completed. Superman and the Superman feature in Action Comics would continue in a not-yet-launched Superman Bronze Age Archives line.

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