If there's anything better than geeky Valentine's Day cards , it's superhero valentines — you know, the ones you used to pass out in grade school. If you never thought you'd see them again, then you'll be happy to know we found these gems just for you. From the vintage to the more modern, these valentines are filled with puns ("you're purr-fect") and pleas ("let's be friends") you won't be able to pass up. Give 'em to your loved ones and keep some for yourself — they're that cool.
This Superman comic  ($7) from 1966 takes it way back, as evidenced by the use of the word "neat."
Batman gets serious (and a little romantic) in this valentine  found in the Young Romance book  ($10) from DC Comics.
Love how Aquaman and Mera have underwater talking bubbles in this comic valentine  ($5) from 1980.
Flash makes an impressive appearance in this valentine  that you can get when you buy the Young Romance book  ($10) from DC Comics.
Wait, are you supposed to pick just one of the guys in this Batman, Robin, and Joker valentine  ($6) from 1980?
Robin knows how to swoon you with jokes, as he makes clear in this valentine  that you can find in the Young Romance book  ($10) from DC Comics.
Flash and Supergirl look superenthusiastic in this throwback valentine  ($6) from 1980. But . . . what if you want to be more than just friends?
Animal Man has a sort of creepy message in this valentine  inside the Young Romance book  ($10) from DC Comics.
These vintage superhero valentines  ($5) are all about showing the teacher some love.
This valentine  proves Superman is quite the charmer. Find it in the Young Romance book  ($10) from DC Comics.
Robin and Joker prove everyone can be friends in this 1980 valentine  ($10).
So much to love about this set of three valentines  ($10) from 1982.
Catwoman will seduce you with her words in this valentine  included in the Young Romance book  ($10) from DC Comics.
How great are the puns in this set of vintage valentines  ($15)?