Kerry Callen’s SUPER ANTICS #19: A Hilarious, Untold Tale of SUPERMAN (and Friend)

DEBUT: It’s the first installment of SUNDAY FUNNIES With Kerry Callen

Hey, welcome to the very first installment of SUNDAY FUNNIES With Kerry Callen! This new weekly feature showcases the riotously funny, bright and colorful art of satirist Kerry Callen, best known for his work at Mad Magazine and his popular strip Super Antics.

Click here for all the background you need for this feature, including other examples of Kerry’s outstanding work.

But to kick us off properly, we present the debut of Kerry’s latest — Super Antics #19 — hot off the drawing board:

That’s it for this Sunday. Join us next week! And in the meantime, if you’re interested in a commission, send an email to You can also find other work at


— Introducing… SUNDAY FUNNIES With KERRY CALLEN. Click here.

— KERRY CALLEN: Why BATMAN Doesn’t Smile. Click here.

KERRY CALLEN spent much of his career as an artist and art director, developing product for Hallmark, but has also dabbled in comics for many years. As a freelancer, he creates work for a range of needs, spanning from Mad Magazine to children illustrations. He has two graphic novels available on Amazon worldwide, Halo and Sprocket: The Definitive Collection, as well as Dirtnap: Mystic Spit.

Author: Dan Greenfield

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  1. Everyone derives from Superman!

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  2. Kerry Callen is a gem. Looking forward to this new feature!

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  3. It makes sense now! I could never figure out how a bat could crash through a pane of glass like that!

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