ALL-STAR COMICS #16 (Apr 1943) DC Comics

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ALL-STAR COMICS #16
Date: Apr 1943
Cover Price: $2.99
Publisher: dccomics.com

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    writer:  James Robinson
    art:  Mark Bagley
    Norm Rapmund
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    DC Comics removed Jerry Siegel's name from later reprints of The Spectre

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    Did you know that DC fired Jerry Siegel, because he wanted the copyright to Superman? DC later removed his name/credit from The Spectre (leaving only Bernard Baily as sole creator or artist) from later reprints - via cbr.com

    DC would eventually acknowledge Siegel's credit and contribution.





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