Superman: Toys of Terror

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Capstone Classroom, Jan 1, 2009 - Juvenile Fiction - 128 pages
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"Christmas dreams become nightmares when toys turn deadly. Tiny helicopters attack holiday shoppers. Cannons shoot out rubber duckies. Even a bouncing soccer ball is transformed into a deadly weapon. SUPERMAN must save LOIS LANE and a group of children trapped on a runaway holiday parade float. But when the float hides inside a giant tunnel made of lead, even SUPERMAN'S super-vision cannot find the victims. Only one person can be behind all the mayhem, the TOYMAN!"
 

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Chris Everheart always dreamed of interesting places, fascinating people, and exciting adventures. He is still a dreamer. He enjoys writing thrilling stories about young heroes who live in a world that doesn't always understand them. Chris lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota with his family. He plans to travel to every continent on the globe, see interesting places, meet fascinating people, and have exciting adventures.

John Delaney is an award-winning storyboard artist, director, animator and design artist with over 20 years of experience in both live-action production and animation. For the past 15 years John has also worked as a comic book artist for DC Comics and Bongo Comics. He has pencilled a wide variety of characters such as Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and the Justice League, as well as shows like Dexter's Laboratory, Scooby-Doo, Futurama, the Simpsons, and many more.

Lee Loughridge has been working in comics for more thannbsp;fifteen years. He currentlynbsp;lives in sunny California in a tent on the beach.

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