So you are looking at the title to this post and quite possibly you are asking yourself is, “What is ACC?”
Well, ACC is the Atlanta Comic Convention, a great one day comic show that happens once every three months in, well, Atlanta. I mean it’s right there in the name. It’s run by Wes Tillander, who is a great guy and puts on a fantastic one day show that is 90% comics, which is fantastic. Sure you have some off the beaten path dealers, like the person selling fans and parasols and such and you also have one or two DVD dealers, but other than that it is all comics, which is a rare thing to find these days considering even most supposed comic book conventions are, in reality, pop culture conventions. It’s not that there is anything wrong with that sort of thing, but I’m a comics guy, so it is nice to be with my people and see all of the pretty books.
I didn’t have a whole heck of a lot of money this time out, so I wasn’t planning on getting much of anything. I had a small list of comics I was on the look out for and would buy if the price was cheap enough. In an odd bit of coincidence all of the items I bought were Superman related and one…one was such a freaking epic find that four days later I am STILL geeking out about it, but I will save that for last.
The first thing I found was a copy of Superman: Adventures of the Man of Steel. This is a trade paperback of the first six issues of the Superman Adventures book that was published to go along with Superman: The Animated Series.
Bask in the glow of the Bruce Timm cover.
More under the cut.