(See also "3-D Batman")
Single issue One-Shot.
Exactly 100 years after Wilhelm Rollman first demonstrated the anaglyphic method of creating 3-D images using glasses with 1 red and 1 blue lens, Superman leaped off the page in Three-Dimension Adventures. The comic tapped into the trend that was popular in movie theatres at the time. Shipped with a pair of 3-D glasses,the comic reprinted 3-D versions of three stories; "The Man Who Stole the Sun" from Superman #48, "The Man Who Bossed Superman" from Superman #51 and "The Origin of Superman" from Superman #53.
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