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Aug 4, 2016 ... A rare copy of Superman's 1938 comic-book debut sold at auction for almost $1 million. The Action Comics No. 1 had a cover price of 10 cents.


Jan 16, 2014 ... A daily newspaper comic strip came next, debuting on January 16, 1939, with a retelling of the character's origin on the doomed planet Krypton. Since then, Superman has appeared in innumerable comic books, TV shows, movies, radio serials, video games, novels and even a Broadway musical. Below ...


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Nov 24, 2017 ... Close. Looking for a holiday gift for your favorite comic nerd? Well, the first ever Superman comic, "Action Comics" No. 1 is set to be auctioned next month. The expected price? $1.2 million. That's enough to turn heads, but overall comic sales are down about 20 percent from this time last year. It's the latest in ...


Dec 22, 2017 ... I never thought I'd say this about an issue of Batman, but this might be the gosh darn cutest story I've read in a comic book this year.


Super heroes' comic books are born in the USA, and their authors have built entire universes around them, often based on the quest of the American Dream, and its success. From Superman to Captain America, contemporary myths have been built around these emblematic figures of today's pop culture. Beyond being  ...


Aug 24, 2014 ... 1, the first appearance of Superman in 1938, sold for $3.21 million Sunday in an unreserved auction on eBay. ... Online auction cements it as the world's most expensive comic book. ... The issue by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster is now the world's most expensive comic, surpassing an Action Comics No.


Superman is arguably the most famous and recognizable superhero in the history of the genre. With virtually limitless powers, a boy scout ethic, and the most ingenious disguise in all of comic books, the Last Son of Krypton has been delighting comic book readers, moviegoers, and television junkies since his introduction in ...