This is from the current catalog of Easton Press Leather Bound Books. My mom is addicted to these and brought it to my attention that they are finally binding something worthwhile. Haha, I joke - I like a lot of the books they put out, which either look like or are made to look like they belong in the library of Dr. Frasier Crane. When it comes to collecting classic books, I generally prefer pulpy old paperpacks with trippy painted covers, but to each his own. I'm pretty happy with trade paperbacks for my classic comic strip needs, but I suppose if you want to read some original Sunday Superman while wearing a smoking jacket, in your comfy easy chair in the study, whilst sipping a Cognac and smoking a fine cigar, the good people at Easton will set you up.
I also included the Universal Monsters book in the scan because it looks quite cool, and shows the Easton people rightly recognize an overlap between comic fans and classic monster lovers. The catalog also advertises a leather bound copy of the book Stan Lee: Excelsior; as well as many bound volumes of classic sci-fi that apparently include reproductions of the pulpy covers, such as the E.E. Smith "Lensman" books that were likely an inspiration for the Green Lantern concept.