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World's Finest Comics
Cover of World's Best Comics #1 (Spring 1941)
Publication information
Publisher DC Comics
Schedule

Quarterly #1–20
Bimonthly #21–95 and #244–

269
Monthly #96–243 and #270–323
Format Ongoing series
Genre
Publication date Spring 1941 – January 1986
No. of issues 323
Main character(s) Superman
Batman
Robin
Creative team
Written by
Penciller(s)
Inker(s)
Collected editions
World's Finest Archives Volume 1 ISBN 1-56389-488-2
World's Finest Archives Volume 2 ISBN 1-56389-743-1
World's Finest Archives Volume 3 ISBN 1-4012-0411-2

World's Finest Comics was an American comic book series published by DC Comics from 1941 to 1986. The series was initially titled World's Best Comics for its first issue; issue #2 (Summer 1941) switched to the more familiar name. Most likely the reason for the title change was that DC received a cease and desist letter from Better Publications, Inc., who had been publishing a comic book entitled Best Comics since November 1939.[1] Virtually every issue featured DC's two leading superheroes, Superman and Batman, with the earliest issues also featuring Batman's sidekick, Robin.

Publication history[edit]

The idea for World's Best #1 originated from the identically formatted 1940 New York World's Fair Comics featuring Superman, Batman, and Robin with 96 pages and a cardboard cover.[2] The year before there was a similar 1939 New York World's Fair Comics featuring Superman but without Batman and Robin because Bill Finger and Bob Kane had not yet created them.

The series was initially a 96-page quarterly anthology, featuring various DC characters – always including Superman and Batman – in separate stories.[3] Comics historian Les Daniels noted that "Pairing Superman and Batman made sense financially, since the two were DC's most popular heroes."[4] When superheroes fell out of vogue in the early 1950s, DC shortened the size of the publication to that of the rest of its output, leaving only enough space for one story; this led to Superman and Batman appearing in the same story together starting with World's Finest Comics #71 (July 1954).[5] The title often depicted Batman gaining superpowers as a way to avoid having him be overshadowed by Superman.[6] Lex Luthor and the Joker first joined forces in issue #88 (June 1957).[7] A new super-villain, the Composite Superman was introduced in #142 (June 1964).[8] Noted Batman artist Neal Adams first drew the character in an interior story in "The Superman-Batman Revenge Squads" in issue #175 (May 1968).[9]

The title briefly featured Superman teaming with heroes other than Batman in the early 1970s beginning with issue #198 (November 1970).[10] That issue featured the first part of a two-issue team-up with the Flash.[11][12] Other characters to appear in the next two years included Robin,[13] Green Lantern,[14] Aquaman,[15] Wonder Woman,[16] the Teen Titans,[17] Doctor Fate,[18] Hawkman,[19] Green Arrow,[20] the Martian Manhunter,[21] the Atom,[22] and the Vigilante.[23] Nick Cardy was the cover artist for World's Finest Comics for issues #212–228.[24] Metamorpho was the backup feature in issues #218–220 and #229 after the character had a brief run as the backup in Action Comics.[25]

The series reverted to Superman and Batman team-ups after issue #214, initially with a unique twist, featuring the children they might one day have, Superman Jr. and Batman Jr. These characters, billed as the Super-Sons, were co-created by writer Bob Haney and artist Dick Dillin in issue #215 (January 1973).[26] Super-Sons stories alternated with tales of the original Superman and Batman through issue #263, with issues #215–216, 221–222, 224, 228, 230, 231, 233, 238, 242, and 263 featuring the sons.[27] Haney frequently disregarded continuity by scripting stories which contradicted DC's canon or by writing major heroes in an out-of-character fashion.[28] He introduced Batman's older brother, Thomas Wayne Jr., in World's Finest Comics #223 (May–June 1974). This story was used a basis for a plot detail in the "Court of Owls" story arc in 2012.[29] Issues #223 (May–June 1974) to #228 (March–April 1975) of the series were in the 100 Page Super Spectacular format.[30]

With issue #244 (April–May 1977), World's Finest Comics became one of the first 80-page Dollar Comics.[31] It featured the Superman and Batman team with back-up features. The number of pages was reduced from 80 to 64 starting with issue #252 (August–September 1978) and reduced to 48 pages with issue #266 (December 1980 – January 1981) which lasted until issue #282 (August 1982).

1st Feature 2nd Feature 3rd Feature 4th Feature
Green Arrow[32]
#244–259, 261–270, 272–284
Vigilante
#244–248
Wonder Woman of Earth-Two
#244–250
Black Canary[32]
#244–256
Atom
#260
Creeper
#249–255
Wonder Woman
#251–252
Black Lightning
#257–261
Hawkman
#256–259, 261–262, 264–270,
272–277, 279–282
Shazam!
#253–270, 272–282
Aquaman
#262–264
Adam Strange
#263
Red Tornado
#265–270, 272
Plastic Man
#273
Zatanna
#274–278
no fourth backup feature
#260, 279–282

Issue #250 (April–May 1978) combined Superman and Batman with Green Arrow, the Black Canary, and Wonder Woman into the World's Finest Team in a 56-page story.[33] Writer Roy Thomas wrote a book-length story for issue #271 (September 1981) which pieced together all the "first meetings" of Superman and Batman.[34] This issue did not have any backup features. The Hawkman story "Drive Me To The Moon!" in #272 (October 1981) featured Hawkgirl changing her title to Hawkwoman.[35] As of issue #283 (September 1982), the series reverted to a standard format title again featuring only Superman and Batman team-ups, which continued until the series' cancellation with issue #323 (January 1986). The series reached issue #300 in February 1984. This double-sized anniversary issue was a "jam" featuring a story by writers David Anthony Kraft, Mike W. Barr, and Marv Wolfman with art by Ross Andru, Mark Texeira, Sal Amendola, and George Pérez.[36][37] David Mazzucchelli, the artist of the "Batman: Year One" storyarc in 1987, first drew Batman in a backup story in World's Finest Comics #302 (April 1984).[38] Issue #314 (April 1985) was the last pre-Crisis and first Crisis on Infinite Earths appearances of the Monitor and (Lyla) Harbinger.[39] The series ended with issue #323 (January 1986) by writer Joey Cavalieri and artist José Delbo.[40]

Titles[edit]

A number of World's Finest titles have since appeared:

Collected editions[edit]

Title Volume Material collected Publication date ISBN
World's Finest Archives 1 World's Finest Comics #71–85 and Superman #76 March 1999 978-1563894886[48]
2 World's Finest Comics #86–101 January 2002 978-1563897436[49]
3 World's Finest Comics #102–116 September 2005 978-1401204112[50]
Batman: The World's Finest Comics Archives 1 Batman stories from World's Finest Comics #1–16 and New York World's Fair Comics #2 October 2002 978-1563898198[51]
2 Batman stories from World's Finest Comics #17–32 January 2005 978-1401201630[52]
Superman: The World's Finest Comics Archives 1 Superman stories from World's Finest Comics #1–16 and New York World's Fair Comics #1–2 September 2004 978-1401201517[53]
2 Superman stories from World's Finest Comics #17–32 November 2009 978-1401224707[54]
Showcase Presents: World's Finest 1 World's Finest Comics #71–111 and Superman #76 October 2007 978-1401216979[55]
2 World's Finest Comics #112–145 October 2008 978-1401219819[56]
3 World's Finest Comics #146-60, #162–69, #171–73 March 2010 978-1401225858[57]
4 World's Finest Comics #174–178, #180–187, #189–196, #198–202 November 2012 978-1401237363[58]
Showcase Presents: Green Arrow 1 Green Arrow stories from World's Finest Comics #95–140 January 2006 978-1401207854[59]
Showcase Presents: Aquaman 2 Aquaman stories from World's Finest Comics #130–133, 135, 137, and 139 January 2008 978-1401217129[60]
Superman vs. The Flash 1 Superman #199, The Flash #175, World's Finest Comics #198–199, and DC Comics Presents #1–2, May 2005 978-1401204563[61]
Superman/Batman: Saga of the Super Sons 1 Super Sons stories from World's Finest Comics #215–216, 221–222, 224, 228, 230–231, 233, 238, 242, 263 and Elseworlds 80-Page Giant #1 December 2007 978-1401215026[62]
The Creeper by Steve Ditko 1 Creeper stories from World's Finest Comics #249–255 April 2010 978-1401225919[63]

In other media[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Uslan, Michael (2004). "Forward". Superman: The World's Finest Comics Archives Vol. 1. DC Comics. p. 7. ISBN 1-4012-0151-2. 
  2. ^ New York World's Fair Comics at the Grand Comics Database
  3. ^ Wallace, Daniel; Dolan, Hannah, ed. (2010). "1940s". DC Comics Year By Year A Visual Chronicle. London, United Kingdom: Dorling Kindersley. p. 36. ISBN 978-0-7566-6742-9. With ninety-six packed pages and DC's three biggest stars sharing the cover, World's Best Comics promised a galaxy of stories for the low price of 15 cents...The new ongoing title, renamed World's Finest Comics with issue #2, featured heavy-hitters Superman and Batman. 
  4. ^ Daniels, Les (1995). DC Comics: Sixty Years of the World's Favorite Comic Book Heroes. New York, New York: Bulfinch Press. p. 57. ISBN 0821220764. 
  5. ^ Irvine, Alex "1950s" in Dolan, p. 73: "Although the covers of World's Finest Comics had teased co-appearances of Batman and Superman for years, the first joint adventure of the two in the comic occurred in issue #71...written by Alvin Schwartz, pencilled by Curt Swan, and inked by Stan Kaye."
  6. ^ Manning, Matthew K.; Dougall, Alastair, ed. (2014). "1950s". Batman: A Visual History. London, United Kingdom: Dorling Kindersley. p. 57. ISBN 978-1465424563. It became challenging for writers and artists to tell a story without one hero overshadowing the other. A common gimmick was for Batman to swap powers with Superman, something he did for the first time in [issue# 77]. 
  7. ^ Manning "1950s" in Dougall, p. 63: "This story, written by Edmond Hamilton and illustrated by Dick Sprang, would be the first time these two notorious villains joined forces, a tradition that would continue into the modern era."
  8. ^ Forbeck, Matt "1960s" in Dougall, p. 84: "In this tale from Edmond Hamilton and Curt Swan, an angry janitor received the powers of the entire Legion of Super-Heroes."
  9. ^ McAvennie, Michael "1960s" in Dolan, p. 129: "1968 was the year when Neal Adams and Batman's fates became forever intertwined...Adams tackled his first interior with Batman on Leo Dorfman's script for 'The Superman-Batman Revenge Squads' story in World's Finest Comics #175."
  10. ^ Kingman, Jim (August 2013). "Men of Steel: Superman and Julius Schwartz in World's Finest Comics and DC Comics Presents". Back Issue!. Raleigh, North Carolina: TwoMorrows Publishing (66): 51–53. 
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  17. ^ Skeates, Steve (w), Dillin, Dick (p), Giella, Joe (i). "The Computer that Captured a Town!" World's Finest Comics 205 (September 1971)
  18. ^ Wein, Len (w), Dillin, Dick (p), Giella, Joe (i). "Peril of the Planet-Smashers!" World's Finest Comics 208 (December 1971)
  19. ^ Friedrich, Mike (w), Dillin, Dick (p), Giella, Joe (i). "Meet the Tempter.... and Die!" World's Finest Comics 209 (February 1972)
  20. ^ Maggin, Elliot S! (w), Dillin, Dick (p), Giella, Joe (i). "World of Faceless Slaves!" World's Finest Comics 210 (March 1972)
  21. ^ O'Neil, Dennis (w), Dillin, Dick (p), Giella, Joe (i). "...And So My World Begins!" World's Finest Comics 212 (June 1972)
  22. ^ Maggin, Elliot S! (w), Dillin, Dick (p), Giella, Joe (i). "Peril in a Very Small Place!" World's Finest Comics 213 (August–September 1972)
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  28. ^ Eury, Michael (August 2013). "The Batman of Earth-B: The Caped Crusader's Bravest and Boldest Writer, Bob Haney". Back Issue!. Raleigh, North Carolina: TwoMorrows Publishing (66): 2–5. 
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  33. ^ Conway, Gerry (w), Tuska, George (p), Colletta, Vince (i). "The Reality War!/Collision With Destiny/The Ravager of Time" World's Finest Comics 250 (April–May 1978)
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  39. ^ Cavalieri, Joey (w), Woch, Stan (p), Alcala, Alfredo (i). "Gotham Bridge Is Falling Down!" World's Finest Comics 314 (April 1985)
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  41. ^ Manning "1990s" in Dolan, p. 246: "Writer Dave Gibbons and artist Steve Rude presented a three-issue miniseries...that proved the World's Finest team of Superman and Batman was still relevant."
  42. ^ Manning "1990s" in Dolan, p. 289: ""Batman and Superman reunited in April [1999] in the ten-issue limited series World's Finest...The series was written by Karl Kesel."
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