The Adventures Continue

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Photos of the Month
January 2004 - December 2004

December, 2004

Seasons Greetings from Janet and Eddie Caro
When I recevied this card (created by Randy Garrett) from Janet and Eddie Caro,
I knew I had to share it with all of you. Thank you Eddie and Randy for your kind permission.

And Happy Holidays from The Adventures Continue
along with wishes for a most joyous and prosperous New Year.

(Click here for Bonus Photo)


November, 2004


I don't know if this qualifies for a photo of the week, but I found it interesting. It's from "The Face And The Voice" just as we view the grocer behind the counter before Boulder makes a $165 withdrawal in those pre ATM days. If you look closely on the counter, there are boxes of Kellogg's Sugar Smacks and Frosted Flakes.

Shows you how dumb a crook can be! Imagine him not taking the Sugar Smacks!

Mr. X

October, 2004

Interest in George's ring continues. It's been more than two years since we first tried to identify
the insignia on the ring. Perhaps this latest attempt will provide some clue.

September, 2004

"The Dog Who Knew Superman"

August, 2004

"The Big Squeeze"

July, 2004

Professor Roberts! The observatory!

June, 2004

Showcasing Randy Garrett's composite photo from "Riddle of the Chinese Jade" (1951, #20)

May, 2004

Showcasing Randy Garrett's composite photo from "The Perils of Superman" (1957, #103)

April, 2004

Showcasing Randy Garrett's composite photo from "The Mysterious Cube" (1957, #95)

March, 2004

Composite photo compliments of Randy Garrett.
Showcasing Randy Garrett's composite photo from "The Stolen Elephant" (1956, #89)

Street scene from "Czar of the Underworld," 1951.
Occasionally, actual Los Angeles locations were used
on the Adventures of Superman. The photo shown
above is a scene from 1951's "Czar of the Underworld."
Can anyone identify the location?

Three responses have been received so far.

February, 2004

 George Reeves as Superman - 1951  
Rarely do we see George Reeves' pinkie ring on Superman's finger. To my knowledge, it shows up there only once in the series, near the end of "The Man Who Could Read Minds." But thanks to Randy Garrett's keen eye and photoshop expertise we can now also see it on Superman's finger in this 1951 publicity photo. It's also amusing to see that he's sporting what appears to be a band aid on his left hand.

January, 2004

Bette Shayne takes a closer look at
Gary Grossman's Superman: Serial to Cereal
after the luncheon in July 2001.
(Photo courtesy of Lou Koza)

 "Like The Only Real Magic -- The Magic Of Knowledge"