[Superman Fan Club] Presents: DC Challenge #4 / Challenge of the Superfans Season 3 Week 2

Welcome to Week 2 of Season 3 of a very special challenge / contest , reading **one single issue a week from the currently- digitized DC Universe Infinite collection of Silver and Bronze Age Superman and Family comic over an interesting space of time! As always, you can go back and read an issue and comment on it weeks after it is posted.

This time around: DC Challenge #4, written at the very precipice of the Bronze Age before the Crisis rolled in the Modern Age officially at DC Comics . This is the Pre-Bryne Superman, the pre-Perez Wonder Woman.

DC Challenge #4 “Atomic Nights”

Writer: Paul Levitz Artist: Gil Kane

(link is blurred to avoid spoilers for this 37 year old story)

Q & A:

  1. Are you enjoying the Adam Strange tie in?

  2. Where you surprised at the hero that was revealed at the end of the issue that was there the whole time?

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Does this cover scream “the Bronze Age” or what?


It has definitely been an interesting read so far.


This week’s newly-digitized issue will be posted shortly, but please jump in on this whenever you have a moment. It’s really heating up!!!


Yes, I think I always like an Adam Strange appearance and I was definitely surprised by the hero revealed at the end of the issue. It addded to the delightful chaos of the story. And yes, anytime there is an ape on the cover you know you’re in for an old fashioned, silver-age good time!