World’s Finest Presents Superman and Batman: No. 202  — Neal Adams cover art (May 1971).
With the filming of Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice shooting at MSU, campus is abuzz with talk of big-name stars and Lexcorp signage sightings on the sides of vehicles. The movie has a March 2016 release date. 
“Dreams save us. Dreams lift us up and transform us. And on my soul, I swear… until my dream of a world where dignity, honor and justice becomes the reality we all share — I’ll never stop fighting." - Superman

World’s Finest Presents Superman and Batman: No. 202  — Neal Adams cover art (May 1971).

With the filming of Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice shooting at MSU, campus is abuzz with talk of big-name stars and Lexcorp signage sightings on the sides of vehicles. The movie has a March 2016 release date.

Dreams save us. Dreams lift us up and transform us. And on my soul, I swear… until my dream of a world where dignity, honor and justice becomes the reality we all share — I’ll never stop fighting." - Superman

1930s Baseball Combo (1934, 1939).

This set includes the 1939 Who’s Who in Baseball featuring Jimmy Foxx on cover and Baseball from the Kellogg’s Sports Library, a 1934 promotional piece. The first Who’s Who was published in 1912, consecutively since 1916. The Kellogg’s Sports Library is mostly instructional, but with a section on records and World Series results.

Love is the most important thing in the world, but baseball is pretty good, too,” Yogi Berra.

Ride This Night! (First Edition)— Vilhelm Moberg (1943).
First published in 1941 in Sweden, this historical novel posits a 17th Century German occupation of the Swedes. It is credited with helping to sway the neutral nation to an anti-Nazi position during World War Two. This First English Edition is very rare in its dust jacket.
“Eyes that do not cry, do not see,” Swedish Proverb.

Ride This Night! (First Edition)— Vilhelm Moberg (1943).

First published in 1941 in Sweden, this historical novel posits a 17th Century German occupation of the Swedes. It is credited with helping to sway the neutral nation to an anti-Nazi position during World War Two. This First English Edition is very rare in its dust jacket.

“Eyes that do not cry, do not see,” Swedish Proverb.

Batman: The Killing Joke— First Printing-by Alan Moore and Brian Bolland (1988). 
The graphic novel details the origin story of the Joker. It won the Eisner Award in 1989 as Best Graphic Album.  This copy is in Near Mint condition.
“The world is a tragedy to those who feel, but a comedy to those who think.” Horace Walpole.

Batman: The Killing Joke— First Printing-by Alan Moore and Brian Bolland (1988).

The graphic novel details the origin story of the Joker. It won the Eisner Award in 1989 as Best Graphic Album.  This copy is in Near Mint condition.

“The world is a tragedy to those who feel, but a comedy to those who think.” Horace Walpole.

Princess Pamela’s Soul Food Cookbook — Signed by the Author (1969).

New York restaurateur, Princess Pamela, was famous for her ornery demeanor and refusing admission to prospective guests for no reason. Dizzy Gillespie is reported to have been a regular.

“A recipe has no soul, you as the cook must bring soul to the recipe.” Thomas Keller

Allied Bayonets of World War II — J. Anthony Carter (1969).
This oddly specific book contains information on bayonets used by the . United Kingdom, United States and U.S.S.R.; India and Australia; France, Belgium and the Netherlands; Denmark and Norway; Poland and Greece. It’s in amazing condition and with an even better dust jacket. 
 
"The miners lost because they had only the constitution. The other side had bayonets. In the end, bayonets always win," Mother Jones.

Allied Bayonets of World War II — J. Anthony Carter (1969).

This oddly specific book contains information on bayonets used by the . United Kingdom, United States and U.S.S.R.; India and Australia; France, Belgium and the Netherlands; Denmark and Norway; Poland and Greece. It’s in amazing condition and with an even better dust jacket.

 
"The miners lost because they had only the constitution. The other side had bayonets. In the end, bayonets always win," Mother Jones.