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Pg. 15; Tom Grummett pencils, Denis Rodier inks; 9" x 14"
"The Day of the Super-Comet"
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Pg. 16; Tom Grummett pencils, Denis Rodier inks and signed; 9" x 14"
"The Day of the Super-Comet"
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Pg. 4; Ron Frenz pencils, Sal Buscema pencils, inks and signed; 10.75" x 15.25"
"When?"
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Adam Hughes pencils, inks, ink wash, and signed; image size 11" x 13.5"
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05/10/79; George Tuska pencils and signed, Vince Colletta inks and signed; 17" x 5.5"
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Unpublished; Pgs. 1-4; Juan Ortiz pencils, inks and signed;"...Death Race for Krypton!"; 11.5" x17"
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Pg. 53; Ken Landgraf pencils, Romeo Tanghal inks; 10.75" x 15.75"
"Journey to the Center of Nowhere"
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Pg. 33; Win Mortimer pencils, Frank Chiaramonte inks; 10.5" x 15.75"
"Captives at the Edge of Forever!"
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Pg. 62; Ken Landgraf pencils, Romeo Tanghal inks; 10" X 15"
"The Ordeal of Ak-Var"
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Pg. 24; Win Mortimer pencils, Bob Smith inks; 10.5" x 16"
"Hospital Hostilities"
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Pg. 60; Don Heck pencils, Bob Smith inks; 10" x 15"
"Displaced Double Identity"
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Pg. 28; John Calnan pencils, Jim Janes inks; 10" x 15"
"Superman Interviews Clark Kent"
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Pg. 9; Jim Starlin pencils, Dick Giordano inks; 11.25" x 17.5"
"The Computers That Saved Metropolis!"
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Pg. 8; Jim Starlin pencils, Dick Giordano inks; 11.25" x 17.5"
"The Computers That Saved Metropolis!"
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Pg. 8; Werner Roth pencils, Vince Colletta and Murphy Anderson inks; 11" x 16"
"The Dark Side of the Justice League!"
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Pg. 10; Mike Sekowsky pencils, Bob Oskner inks; 10.25" x 16"
"The Double-Edged Sword"
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Pg. 4; Dan Jurgens pencils, Brett Breeding pencils, inks and signed; 10" x 15"
"Another Panic in the Sky!"
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Pg. 18 & 19; Jim Starlin pencils, Joe Rubinstein inks; 21" x 17"
"A Matter of Time"
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Pg. 22; Tony Daniel pencils, Matt Banning inks; 2014; image size 10.25" x 15.75"
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Pg. 23; Eduardo Barreto pencils and inks; 11" x 17"
"Speeding Bullets"
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CGC VF/NM: 9.0
Ashcan; off white pgs; 1 of 1!
Used to copyright the title of a new series; SUPER RARE!
Highest Graded
The Superman ashcan edition is arguably one of the most important comic books in existence, as it's the first time that the iconic Superman logo ever appeared on the cover of a comic. For 80 years the Superman logo has appeared on not only comic books but on tens of thousands of consumer products from toothpaste to t-shirts. The logo was created by legendary DC Comics designer Ira Schnapp, who devised many, if not most, of the famous logos for DC comic books well into the 1960s.

Ashcans were quickly and cheaply printed "proof" copies compiled by comic publishers to assure copyright for a planned title, only a handful were usually ever printed, with most of them discarded after copyright was attained. This makes these essential missing links of comic history extremely valuable and sought after amongst rarity comics collectors. The cover art on this ashcan is from Action Comics #7 - the rare second cover appearance of Superman. The interior is the complete Superman story from Action Comics #8.

One of only three known copies, this book was acquired in 1986 by the hobby's foremost authority on Golden Age ashcans, Gary Colabuono, directly from Sol Harrison, former president of DC Comics. He then sold this copy in 2001 for $37,000, and it subsequently changed hands in 2007 for $90,000. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own an important piece of super-rare comic book history.

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CGC PR: 0.5
crm/ow pgs; logo & Superman images (fc/bc) from original cover taped to color copy; coverless; tp on cf
origin of Superman; 1st four Action stories retold; one of the most famous first issues of the Golden Age!
The first name in superheroes has always been Superman. "Look, up in the sky, it's a bird, it's a plane, it's...Superman!" Those words have been used to identify the character for decades and the big red "S" is one of the most-easily-recognized symbols in the world. Created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, Superman has enjoyed decades of popularity and been featured in cartoons, serials, movies, and television shows.

As one of the top Golden Age keys, this issue features the origin of DC's most well known and best-loved hero! Also, often overlooked is the historical importance of this book, which showcases three of the most important supporting characters in the Superman pantheon: Ma and Pa Kent, as well as Lois Lane.
Are you looking for a conversation piece? A great affordable copy that presents well and grants instant bragging rights? This is the book for you -- the logo and Superman images are from this very copy but were removed long ago and kept with this handsome coverless key. These pieces have been painstakingly affixed to a color copy of this classic cover, creating a remarkable and delightful collectors' treasure that is a terrific showpiece in its own right! As Golden Age keys have been skyrocketing in value, savvy collectors on a budget have been snapping up unusual lower-grade copies such as this, and this bright and attractive example is guaranteed to delight!

Pictures of the inside front and back cover. One-sided xerox cover highlights the sections that are original. Incredibly detailed work was done to integrate the original logo and Superman images.

Overstreet Guide 2017 GD (2.0) value = $80,000.

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CGC PR: 0.5
ow/white pgs, Sl(C-1) sm amt of glue on spine of cvr, 2 center wraps missing, affects story, Incomplete
Joe Shuster train cvr/art
Superman 3, one of the popular and sought-after train covers, is one of the most famous images of Superman from his early days. With a cover drawn by Joe Shuster and stories by Jerry Siegel, the comic retains its fresh originality and luster. Notice the clean lines on this cover rendered by Superman co-creator, Joe Shuster! Known as the Superman train cover (alongside it's counter-part Action 13), it features The Man Of Steel saving a little boy!
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CGC FN-: 5.5
ow/white pgs
Joe Shuster cvr/art; 2nd Luthor (Spring 1940)
Charleston copy
As Holmes had Moriarty and Flash Gordon had Ming the Merciless, so did Superman have Lex Luthor, the tortured, evil genius hell bent on world domination and the subjugation of the Kryptonian hero. In only his second appearance, Luthor is established as a money-mad, power-crazed menace, using a convoluted scheme involving oil wells and real estate to conquer the business world and the American landscape, and capturing the attention of a certain reporter-cum-superhero in the process. Early Man of Steel tales were almost mundane in scale, with Supes taking on such depression-era scapegoats as robber barons, gangsters, greedy tycoons, and corrupt pols, making Luthor's operatic badness stand out from the pack. Though even in this instance, Siegel and Shuster still trafficked in the street-level nefariousness that came to define their early plotting. Also of note is the bald baddie on the cover. He can't possibly be Luthor, who still sports his original shock of red hair in the interior tale, but could this follicly challenged cover cameo have spurred Siegel's later alteration of the ginger-tressed villain within? Hmm &?
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CGC VG-: 3.5
off white pgs; (Q) m cf
Joe Shuster cvr/art; 2nd Luthor (Spring 1940)
As Holmes had Moriarty and Flash Gordon had Ming the Merciless, so did Superman have Lex Luthor, the tortured, evil genius hell bent on world domination and the subjugation of the Kryptonian hero. In only his second appearance, Luthor is established as a money-mad, power-crazed menace, using a convoluted scheme involving oil wells and real estate to conquer the business world and the American landscape, and capturing the attention of a certain reporter-cum-superhero in the process. Early Man of Steel tales were almost mundane in scale, with Supes taking on such depression-era scapegoats as robber barons, gangsters, greedy tycoons, and corrupt pols, making Luthor's operatic badness stand out from the pack. Though even in this instance, Siegel and Shuster still trafficked in the street-level nefariousness that came to define their early plotting. Also of note is the bald baddie on the cover. He can't possibly be Luthor, who still sports his original shock of red hair in the interior tale, but could this follicly challenged cover cameo have spurred Siegel's later alteration of the ginger-tressed villain within? Hmm &?
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