War Of The Worlds Invasion logo Buy Waging the War of the Worlds.

Superman 62: Black Magic On Mars. (DC, 1950).

Orson Welles tried to warn Earth in Black Magic On Mars.

The pairing of Superman and Orson Welles must rate as one of the oddest crossover comics ever created, but how this came about is probably lost in the mists of time. I can find no reference in any biography of Welles to indicate that DC Comics sought permission for the use of his name and likeness .... read more.

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Superman #62: Black Magic On Mars (DC, 1950) front cover. Superman #62: Black Magic On Mars (DC, 1950) interior illustration 1. Superman #62: Black Magic On Mars (DC, 1950) interior illustration 2.

Superman #62: Black Magic On Mars, front cover (DC, 1950)

Superman #62: Black Magic On Mars (DC, 1950) interior illustration.

Superman #62: Black Magic On Mars (DC, 1950) interior illustration.


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Black Magic (1949) Orson Welles, movie poster

Black Magic (1949) Orson Welles, movie poster.

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1955
Classics Illustrated #124

Classics Illustrated #124. The most famous and enduring comic book adaptation of The War Of The Worlds.

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