I've kind of wrapped up the history of Superman's Newspaper strip, at least for now, so today's info section is instead going to be links for places you can track down these hardcover collections I've been rambling about, at as cheap of price as possible. After doing some searching at a number of sites, it looks like generally Amazon is the best way to go for getting these hardcover collections of Superman's Newspaper strips at a hearty discount. And the best part about going through Amazon is, the awesome Two True Freaks Network that I've mentioned so many times gets a kickback. It doesn't cost you anything and goes a long way to keeping that fine network of podcasts up and running. All of the links post below have already been routed through the Two True Freaks referral link, so all you have to do is click and buy!
Sterling Publishing's SUPERMAN: The Dailies, reprinting the strips from 1939 through 1942, you can get it on Amazon for as low as $5 + shipping!!! Hundreds of pages of Golden Age Superman goodness cheap!
SUPERMAN: The Dailies 1939-1942 Hardcover
Sterling Publishing's SUPERMAN: Sunday Classics 1939-1943 reprints the Sunday Full Color comic strips from 1939-1943! You can get this fine hardcover collection starting as low as $7 + shipping!
SUPERMAN: Sunday Classics 1939-1943
The next collection published in line would be IDW's continuation of the full-color Sunday strips in their hardcover SUPERMAN: The Golden Age Sundays 1943-1946. This collection picks up where the Sterling collection left off and continues the series into 1946. This is a newer collection that was released with a $50 price tag, but you can find it on Amazon for as low as $17.90 + shipping!
SUPERMAN: The Golden Age Sundays 1943-1946
And the final hardcover collection that I'll be linking into this post (the final 4 hardcover collections will be listed tomorrow) is IDW's final Golden Age Sunday collection, SUPERMAN: The Golden Age Sundays 1946-1949. This full color collection picks up where the last volume left off in 1946 and brings the series into 1949.
SUPERMAN: The Golden Age Sundays 1946-1949
And now, without further delay, the real reason you came here, the next six installments (#73-78) of Superman's Daily Newspaper exploits!