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  • Paperback
  • 512 pages
  • Showcase Presents DC Comics Presents Superman Team Ups Vol 1
  • Len Wein
  • English
  • 05 August 2014
  • 9781401225353

About the Author: Len Wein

Len Wein was an American comic book writer DC Comics ePUB ✓ and editor best known for co creating DC Comics' Swamp Thing and Marvel Comics' Wolverine and for helping revive the Marvel superhero team the X Men including the co creation of Nightcrawler Storm and Colossus Additionally he was the editor for writer Alan Moore and illustrator Dave Gibbons' Showcase Presents PDF or influential DC miniseries WatchmenWein was inducted into.



10 thoughts on “Showcase Presents DC Comics Presents Superman Team Ups Vol 1

  1. Dan Schwent Dan Schwent says:

    Back when I was around eight years old my favorite comics in the world were the team up books; Marvel Team Up Marvel Two In One World's Finest Comics The Brave and the Bold etc One team up book stood head and shoulders above the rest DC Comics PresentsEvery month Superman teamed up with a different guest star The Flash Green Lantern Adam Strange even He Man and Santa Claus eventually made appearances It was pure comics gold for a kidFor it's time DC Comics Presents was loaded with great artists Jose Garcia Lopez Rich Buckler Ross Andru Jim Starlin and Curt Swan all had penciling duty in the first 26 issues The writers weren't bad either You had Steve Englehart Len Wein and Marv Wolfman among othersThe first comic I remember owning was an issue of DC Comics Presents where Superman teamed up with Robin so the series has nostalgic value galore for meAs for the stories themselves? Well my eight year old self was much easier to entertain I guess If you come in expecting today's kind of stories you'll be disappointed However if you're looking for some superhero fun from the days before Watchmen you'll be entertained Come on You've got Superman teaming with The Flash Adam Strange The Metal Men Auaman Green Lantern Red Tornado Swamp Thing Wonder Woman The Atom Captain Comet Firstorm Mr Miracle Black Lightning hell even Sgt Rock The list goes on and on Superman met a lot other superheroes on a regular basis back in the day

  2. Emmanuel Nevers Emmanuel Nevers says:

    Very well done Bronze age team ups Some of them are not as good as they could be but over all a really nice collection of team up stories

  3. Eamonn Murphy Eamonn Murphy says:

    This book collects in glorious black and white DC Presents Superman Team Up # 1 through to DC Presents Superman Team Up # 26 It came out a while ago but is still available for 700 dollars if you’re mad enough to pay that Shop around The cover price is £1399 It’s worth snapping these things up when they come out to avoid being fleeced later by some dealerThe collection opens strongly with a two part Superman and Flash story in which they have to race to the end of time under threat from evil aliens who will destroy the Earth if not obeyed The aliens have been fighting for millennia and one side wants to stop The other lot don’t I liked the concept of a ‘cosmic curtain’ at the end of time which you go through to get back to the beginning Excellent script by Martin Pasko and great art by Jose Luis Garcia Lopez who is very much school of Neal Adams and just as good as his main influence He’s ably inked by Dan AdkinsIn issue # 3 Superman teams up with Adam Strange when the evil Kaskor boosts the zeta rays that transport Adam to Rann So boosted are they that Earth and Rann swap places in space Garcia Lopez performs wonders with the art inking his own pencils this time It’s still school of Adams but with hints of John Buscema on page 5 panels 2 and 5 The script was by David MichelineIssue # 4 teams our hero with the Metal Men against the giant Chemo Len Wein’s story was okay but the art is king again here DC Showcase Metal Men # 1 is one of those volumes that now costs than the cover price to buy Like Doom Patrol they were a uirky teamIt’s beastly to say the art goes down in uality with issue # 5 and unkind to that worthy professional Murphy Anderson who provides both pencils and inks when Superman teams up with Auaman to stop a civil war between two undersea cities so I won’t say it Perhaps DC Comics used the clever device of launching a new series with top talent to get the readers hooked in the hope that they would stay on after it left In the 60s most new Marvel series had their first few issued pencilled by Jack Kirby for the same reason A rocket needs the biggest boost at lift off Anderson is the DC house stylist par excellence and his work is easy on the eye so it’s not really a complaint but that Garcia Lopez fellow certainly packs a mean pencilGreen Lantern is Mister Kent’s next teammate when the weapons masters of ward set Star Sapphire on him in an attempt to get his ring The next issue is a follow up to this as Superman gets help from Red Tornado to prevent the evil wardians conuering Earth Red Tornado is a logical robot trying to learn how to be human an old cliché now but fairly new at the time if still inexplicable When I read how humans behave I think we should try to be like robotsThere follows a parade of DC characters co operating with the Kryptonian Swamp Thing Wonder Woman Hawkman the Legion of Super Heroes the Atom Black Lightning Firestorm Zatanna Batgirl and the Elongated Man Some time travel shenanigans allow Superman to go back and fight alongside Sergeant Rock and even battle Superboy This run is pencilled by Joe Staton or Dick Dillin Staton’s pretty good but Dillin’s art is never great and sometimes the figures look deformed Rich Buckler pencils a team up with Mister Miracle but oddly doesn’t do his Kirby pastiche on this Kirby character The stories by Steve Englehart Martin Pasko Cary Bates and Paul Levitz and Gerry Conway are generally okay Nothing mind blowingThis comic book series is from 1978 and there are a few talents here that I associate with Marvel Comics probably because I stopped reading comics in the late 70s and that’s where they were then Steve Englehart Gerry Conway Marv Wolfman Jim Starlin Rich Buckler Jim Starlin does a good story the last in the book in which Superman teams up with Green Lantern to battle an evil alien in a Ditko inspired other dimension all floating rocks and strange shapes Starlin’s art didn’t look as good as usual so I think the inker let him downAll in all it’s a readable collection with some excellent nuggets By the late 70s DC was improving in uality and responding to the challenge from Marvel The stories are tightly plotted but don’t go down the soap opera route which is a pleasant change As with all these editions a crazy person can pay hundreds of pounds for it but if you shop around it might be available cheaper This simply emphasises the fact that fans should snap them up when they come out DC Showcase Batman vol 6 with lots of Neal Adams art is now out so if you’re interested grab it uickEamonn MurphyThis review first appeared at

  4. Bob Garrett Bob Garrett says:

    DC COMICS PRESENTS proves a wonderful snapshot of the late 1970s mid 1980s DC universe In each issue Superman teams with a different “guest star” and we see what each character was doing and how each was interpreted for that one representative month of comics history Take a 26 issue collection as we have here and you can settle in for a good two year plus span of super hero goodnessHeroes both major and minor abound Batman seems conspicuously absent today until one recalls that he regularly teamed with Superman in the WORLD’S FINEST title He does make a cameo appearance here in a SupermanAtom pair up I couldn’t feel too disappointed about this however given that the volume does include among others the Flash Auaman Wonder Woman Green Lantern twice Green Arrow the Atom Hawkman Swamp Thing Firestorm Black Lightning Adam Strange Batgirl the Elongated Man Deadman and the Legion of Super Heroes Thanks to a little “time bending” we even get Superboy and Sgt RockWriters and artists come and go I’d find that annoying in a regular ongoing title but here where most stories are stand alone tales anyway it just adds to the variety I enjoyed the cornucopia of talent which includes such late 1970searly 1980s DC stalwarts as writers Martin Pasko Paul Levitz Cary Bates Gerry Conway Len Wein and Denny O’Neil and artists Jose Luis Garcia Lopez Joe Staton Dick Dillin Murphy Anderson and Curt Swan Garcia Lopez and Ross Andru also contribute some beautiful covers and while I would have loved to have seen the art in color this black and white collection nonetheless provides a lot of content for a relatively cheap price It’s worth noting of course that some fans prefer black and white and some even prefer the relatively cheaper paper of these SHOWCASE collections as they in comparison to expensive reprint collections closely resemble the paper of the original comicsThis collection is essentially an anthology then and as with most anthologies uality varies My personal favorite stories include a two part straight science fiction tale with the Flash a uieter emotional adventure with Deadman a Swamp Thing team up with a uniue twist a cosmic jaunt with Green Lantern featuring art by Jim Starlin and a three parter by Paul Levitz and Dick Dillin that focuses on Superman’s childhood pal Pete Ross with guest star roles by Superboy the Legion of Super Heroes and the Phantom Stranger Yes there are a few subpar entries as well but why dwell on them? A pleasing trait of anthologies is that a lesser work can be uickly forgotten with the promise of a better one following itSince volumes such as this appeal greatly to completists I shall give such individuals a caveat Only the Superman team ups from DC COMICS PRESENTS are included here Thus two eight page back up stories “Whatever Happened to Hourman?” and “Whatever Happened to Sargon the Sorcerer?” from DCP #s 25 and 26 are not present Also not present is the 16 page NEW TEEN TITANS “preview” originally included in DCP #26 The preview of course is present in some Teen Titans reprint collections but I suspect that one would need to hunt down the original DCP issues to obtain the Hourman and Sargon stories That’s a bit of a shame to some but again there is still a great deal of content for a relatively cheap priceUltimately then SHOWCASE PRESENTS DC COMICS PRESENTS SUPERMAN TEAM UPS provides some lovely morsels for a comic fan’s enjoyment All offerings might not be to one’s liking but most are at least enjoyable and can transport a reader back to a DC Universe of old What could any superhero aficionado possibly ask?

  5. Michael Michael says:

    For fans only and dedicated ones at that Some are solidly done some are ridiculous Nothing's exceptional or worth going out of your way for

  6. Stephen Theaker Stephen Theaker says:

    These stories date from perhaps the dimmest period of DC's history – long after the glories of the Silver Age but before the 1986 reboots kicked in Neither classic nor in continuity stories from this period don't seem to get referenced or reprinted as much as those before or after These were the stories being published when I was a child but they didn't make their way to our local newsagents so most were new to me Two came with fond memories I bought a German edition of issue 14 – Superman vs Superboy – during a school skiing trip to Austria when I was about ten years old and issue 26 was reprinted in one of the hardback Superman Annuals I think it was probably my first Green Lantern story Reading those stories in the context of the series didn't affect my enjoyment of them for good or ill but there are nice links here from one story to the next especially in the first half of the bookThe team ups feel organic a natural part of Superman's everyday life rather than contrived But this is a very angry emotional Superman He's hardly recognisable as the same character Whether it's his jealousy of teenage girls paying attention to Mister Miracle in Steve Englehart's Winner Take Metropolis or leaving Pete Ross's son on an alien world for the slimmest of reasons in Paul Levitz's To Live in Peace Never this wasn't my Superman – interesting as he was In Plight of the Giant Atom by Cary Bates he's all sunshine and light again calling Ray Palmer old buddy and then he's off on a bunch of lightweight standalone adventures that make for easy reading Some interesting things happen Firestorm is invited into the JLA Superman discovers that magic is simply a form of radiation and I discovered that Batgirl is merely a brown beltConsidering the random assortment of writers and artists involved and the variable tone this is a surprisingly good book; perhaps that variety is exactly what makes it so readable No classics here but lots of entertainment and the artwork looks fantastic in black and white I developed a real fondness for the work of Jose Luis Garcia Lopez and Dick Dillin over the course of this book I hope we'll see lots DC comics from the late seventies and early eighties reprinted like this

  7. Adam Graham Adam Graham says:

    Superman and Batman had a team up book together World's Finest dating back to the 1950s Batman had a team up book with everyone other than Superman joining him beginning in the late 1960s In the early 1970s DC had experimented with turning World's Finest into a comic featuring generic Superman Team ups with characters other than Batman but that didn't work out Giving Superman an additional was a better idea and that's why DC Comics Presents was born This book collects Issues 1 26 of this series spanning issues from 1978 80Superman in this era is fun but no longer the goofy Silver Age hero I like this version of Superman and there's a lot of fun to be had in this book The first six issues are the best as it opens with a Flash team up No it's not a round the world race but a nice science fiction opera where the two heroes are forced to fight The story with Adam Strange a Silver Age favorite is also beautifully done in Issue 3 as Superman and Adam Strange have to stop a threat to Rann and to EarthThe book features team ups with Wonder Woman Green Lantern twice the Legion of Superheroes Superboy Swamp Thing Hawkman Mister Miracle and The book starts out with mostly A listers but B listers dominate the second half with characters such as Black Lightning Firestorm Deadman and Phantom Stranger getting to play opposite Superman The stories of variable uality The 18 page limit often led to head scratching stories like Issue 19 Issue 18 was interesting for its exploration of magic as science The only on going story arc was of aliens kidnapping the son of his old friend Pete Ross the Legion of Superheroes urging him not to rescue the boy since he was fated to lead their Army and Superman deciding not to do so when he failed in his first rescue attempt Then Pete Ross turns evil This occurs in Issues 13 and 14 and is then revisited in Issue 25 Issue 26 with the Green Lantern is also a solid story with the Green Lantern's power ring being taken by an evil shapeshifting alien Overall this an enjoyable comic and if you like Superman with a bit of a lighter touch this is a great book

  8. Joseph Joseph says:

    After reading a few of these stories in Adventures of Superman I decided to pick up this BW collection of the series DC Comics Presents #1 26 DCCP was Superman's team up book akin to Batman's team up book The Brave and the Bold Each issue starred a random hero from the DC Universe in stories that were generally single issue Superman had previously had a team up book over in World's Finest when Batman was shoved aside for a while but that didn't last long This series was a welcome addition to the DC library and one of the few newer titles that survived the infamous DC ImplosionThe Brave and the Bold had a consistent creative team Bob Haney and Jim Aparo but DCCP used a round robin of writers and artists Therefore there's not much consistency in uality Some writers used the format better than others and while you had really nice artists like JLGL there was also Joe Staton who is a fine artist in his own right but whose cartoony style wasn't a great fit for Superman I was surprised at how many issues were drawn by JLA artist Dick Dillin one of my favorites but whose characters were often stiff The writers were mostly the core of the Superman Family Cary Bates and Martin Pasko with some Gerry Conway and Paul Levitz as well Levitz ran a story line through his tales starting with a team up with the Legion of Super Heroes and guest starring Pete Ross Superman's childhood friend It involves Pete's son Jon and I don't want to spoil the story but Levitz weaved the saga through three or four issues Likewise there were a few tales that would end in one issue then take up in the next with a new guest star Guests include the Flash Metal Men Hawkman Phantom Stranger the Atom Firestorm Zatanna the Legion Green Arrow Green Lantern Dr Fate Adam Strange Auaman Swamp Thing Wonder Woman Red Tornado Sgt Rock Mr Miracle Black Lightning Superboy Batgirl Elongated Man Captain Comet Superboy and Deadman Solid Bronze Age collection

  9. Jason Luna Jason Luna says:

    I'm not a big fan of the 70's run on Brave and the Bold Batman's team up magazine What I like about this one the Superman version of DC team ups is that Bob Haney doesn't have his boring hands all over the writingSuperman's powers and galactic spanning have a lot to do with it It's pretty cool to have him decide to travel through time are cross galactic space at a whim what have you because he can It makes the writers develop really powerful villains for him to beat up because he's nearly invincibleThe stories aren't uite funny but they have a novel sense of fun to them Part of it is Clark Kent and Lois Lane and other Daily Planet people being involved giving everything a self aware mentality Also the different team ups while not exactly world changing give different takes on the world Like how the Atom and Green Lantern have a certain human personality that doesn't gel with Superman's ubermenschcaretaker of the universe persona They did a good job of mixing the team ups and how people talk to each other not just doing like there's a bad guy we need two good guys to bash their heads inIt's just good writing from good writers The last issue co written and drawn by Jim Starlin looked great even in black and white and Gerry Conway and Len Wein know how to throw down an entertaining story not bogged down with lame detail like Bob Haney did55

  10. Rich Meyer Rich Meyer says:

    DC Comics Presents was a team up comic that ran for nearly 100 issues starting in the late eighties This Showcase Presents volume reprints the first 26 issues There are some fun stories here First of all you've got at least six stories each featuring artwork by comic legends Jose Luis Garcia Lopez Joe Staton and Dick Dillin Curt Swan Jim Starlin and Rich Buckler also provide artwork The stories have some continuity with considerably continued if somewhat tenuously stories than your usual team up book Three stories are linked by Superman's battle with best friend Pete Ross over Ross's son fated to become a warlord for a distant planet Superman time travels to with the Flash and Sgt Rock doesn't uite help Swamp Thing against Solomon Grundy and literally moves the planet in an adventure with Adam Strange This is nearly 500 pages of good bronze age stories Highly recommended

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