After reading the book and deciding I wanted to review it, I bought another copy.
I love that Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, were young men living during the depression at the time they created Superman.
Younger children will follow the text, which is readable for slightly older children and entertaining for adults.
Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster were teenagers when they created the world’s first – and greatest – superhero, and then sold the rights to Superman to the company that would become DC... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Sam Quixote
This was a stripped down comic book that has nothing to tell you that a review would not tell you.Published 12 months ago by Bill B
Interesting history of the life of the men who created Superman. It's a kids book but has some fun background.Published 12 months ago by KneebarStar
I knew my Superman fan husband wold enjoy this book so I ordered it for him for Father's Day. The book came in a timely manner, but one of the corners was crunched. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Sara Hewitt
After reading Mr. Nobleman's latest book, "Bill, the Boy Wonder", I knew I had to read the first in the series "The Boys of Steel. Read morePublished on September 28, 2012 by Ricky L. Phillips
Marc Tyler Nobleman is coming to speak at our local Elementary School next month. My daughter was so excited when she found out, she came home and asked me to request the book... Read morePublished on November 9, 2011 by Barb Mechalke
Amid the economic despair and political uncertainty of the Great Depression, two Jewish immigrants--16 year old Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster--drew from pop culture to create... Read morePublished on August 5, 2010 by Brandon Lori
Jerry Siegel wasn't crazy about school. He would much rather be home with his imaginary friends, Tarzan, Flash Gordon and Buck Rogers. Read morePublished on October 10, 2009 by D. Fowler
Hello comic fans! Kirk Kimball aka Robby Reed of DIAL B for BLOG. "BOYS OF STEEL" has been reviewed by the Midwest Book Review, USA Today, and here on Amazon. Read morePublished on December 6, 2008 by Kirk Kimball