The Origin of Sadman

Several weeks ago, I introduced you to my favorite superhero, Sadman. As luck would have it, while browsing a stack of old comics at a flea market this week I came upon a tattered copy of Sadman #146. That rare issue from July 1961 was the first to tell the complete origin of Sadman. The seller didn’t know what he had, so I bought it for a song.

I scanned the whole issue and edited it into easy-to-browse images. Click the cover to start reading. Don’t miss it. It’s a classic.

The Origin of Sadman

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“The Origin of Sadman” contains material from:

  1. The Adventures of Superman #146, by Otto Binder and Al Plastino, published by National (DC) Comics, July 1961.
  2. Amazing World of Superman, “The Origin of Superman,” by Carmine Infantino, Curt Swan, Murphy Anderson, and E. Nelson Bridwell; published by DC Comics, 1973.

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