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"Yesterday's" Comic> Superman Adventures #45

Superman Adventures #45

DC Comics (July, 2000)

“Mateless In Metropolis”

WRITER: Jeff Grubb

PENCILER: Aluir Amancio

INKER: Terry Austin

COLORIST: Marie Severin


LETTERER: Phil Felix… 324 more words

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