*DC: From the 1950s, two classic anthologies this week featuring Smallville’s Favourite Son – Man and Boy! Superman, of course, was the lead feature in Action Comics from its beginning , and 1957’s Action #233 brought us one of the more charming Superman adventures when our hero travelled to Borgonia, the ‘Land of One Million Supermen!’; other features this issue included Congo Bill (pre-gorillafication), and Tommy Tomorrow. Superman’s adventures as a boy, meanwhile, had been occupying Adventure Comics since the late 1940s, and 1953’s Adventure #188 brought us yet another of Pa Kent’s wacky alter egos, as ‘The Bullfighter From Smallville!’, backed up by Green Arrow, Johnny Quick and Aquaman in a vintage super-hero showcase. Action #233 is VG+, with light lower corner cover creases and a small tear at the lower cover edge, but bright colours and excellent interiors. On sale at £87. Adventure #188 is VG, lightly glued spine, patch of erasure at upper right cover corner and, again, a small tear mid-cover edge, but extremely well-presenting; on sale at £75.