It’s amazing to think that the folks at LCA (who handled all of the DC comics characters at the time) approved weird artwork like this. The man of steel on this AHI “zing-wing” has an enormous noggin and apparently tiny baby doll like hands, kind of nightmarish if you stare long enough at it.
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