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VF/NM: 9.0
The Great Superman Comic Book Collection; 1981 TPB reprinting classic Golden thru Silver Age stories; tough to find!
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Superman From the 30's to the 70's; classic hardback anthology of vintage Superman tales; first printing
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Superman From the 30's to the 70's; classic hardback anthology of vintage Superman tales; second printing
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"Terasmies" #3 (rare Finnish Superman comic); Hitler app.
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1977 Whitman 180 piece jigsaw puzzle
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CBCS NM: 9.4
Extensive Professional Restoration, Off-White to White pages, CBCS RESTORED 9.4 HIGHEST SINGLE GRADED!!
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 has 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! 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.
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CGC VF-: 7.5
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full pg ad for 1939 NY World's Fair Comics; rare!!
It's almost impossible to imagine a world without Superman. This past April marked seventy-five years since the Man of Steel changed the American cultural landscape. Superman was the country's unique creation, and came to embody the best of a young nation, becoming her cultural ambassador during the dark times of the character's primitive years. These early Superman comics, with their energy and can-do spirit in the face of adversity, are among the most coveted and valuable vintage comics the market has to offer. Each displays the barrel-chested power, unwavering spirit, and guileless moral character of the first and still finest of superheroes.
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CGC G/VG: 3.0
Restored Holder, Slight Professional Restoration, Off-White to White pages
full pg ad for 1939 NY World's Fair Comics; rare!!
It's almost impossible to imagine a world without Superman. This past April marked seventy-five years since the Man of Steel changed the American cultural landscape. Superman was the country's unique creation, and came to embody the best of a young nation, becoming her cultural ambassador during the dark times of the character's primitive years. These early Superman comics, with their energy and can-do spirit in the face of adversity, are among the most coveted and valuable vintage comics the market has to offer. Each displays the barrel-chested power, unwavering spirit, and guileless moral character of the first and still finest of superheroes.
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VG: 4.0
Selling 3 issues 151,154 & 157 incl Mr. MXYZPTLK & Invasion Super People
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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PGX G: 2.0
Cream to Off-White pages
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+: 6.5
off white pgs
Joe Shuster cvr/art; 1st Luthor (Spring 1940). This book appeared on newsstands BEFORE Action 23.
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/F: 5.0
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Joe Shuster cvr/art; 1st Luthor (Spring 1940). This book appeared on newsstands BEFORE Action 23.
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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PGX VG+: 4.5
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Joe Shuster cvr/art; 1st Luthor (Spring 1940). This book appeared on newsstands BEFORE Action 23.
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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VG: 4.0
Selling lot of 4 161,162,163 & 164 incl Superman Goes To War &Lex Luther Showdown
Joe Shuster cvr/art; 1st Luthor (Spring 1940). This book appeared on newsstands BEFORE Action 23.
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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No Grade: 0.3
front cover only
Joe Shuster cvr/art; 1st Luthor (Spring 1940). This book appeared on newsstands BEFORE Action 23.
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: 4.0
white pgs
4th Luthor app.; full page ad for Batman #1 and All Star #1
Ruben Blades Copy
What's striking about early Superman appearances is how cleanly and unabashedly it presents the adolescent male fantasy image, the barrel-chested, incorruptible big brother figure soaring across skies and smacking around baddies with aplomb and stern precision. All of the iconic images of the period feature our hero effortlessly domineering all the mysterious elements of grownup life, from banks to trains to warplanes, you name it. This issue features a typically manly image and an early Luthor appearance within. It is unsurprising that this simple, effective imagery continues to bewitch collectors to this day, and has hardly aged a bit.
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PGX G: 2.0
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4th Luthor app.; full page ad for Batman #1 and All Star #1
What's striking about early Superman appearances is how cleanly and unabashedly it presents the adolescent male fantasy image, the barrel-chested, incorruptible big brother figure soaring across skies and smacking around baddies with aplomb and stern precision. All of the iconic images of the period feature our hero effortlessly domineering all the mysterious elements of grownup life, from banks to trains to warplanes, you name it. This issue features a typically manly image and an early Luthor appearance within. It is unsurprising that this simple, effective imagery continues to bewitch collectors to this day, and has hardly aged a bit.
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PGX VG+: 4.5
Cream to Off-White pages
Joe Shuster cvr; contains 1st Superman splash pg
half pg ad for All Star Comics #1
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CBCS VG: 4.0
ow/white pgs; smll pc cvr reattached w/small pc tp int. cvr, 1 smll pc tpo int. cvr & 1 smll pc cfld
Joe Shuster cvr; contains 1st Superman splash pg
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CBCS FA: 1.0
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Joe Shuster cvr; contains 1st Superman splash pg
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Coverless: 0.1
Incomplete -52 interior pps, missing total of 16 pps including cover
Joe Shuster cvr; contains 1st Superman splash pg
half pg ad for All Star Comics #1
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CGC G: 2.0
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1st app. Perry White
Great Caesar's Ghost! The first appearance of the Chief, Perry White, makes this Super-issue a great key for hardcore Superfans, and a nice little piece of comics history. The striking Shuster cover also eerily predicts the character's full-force leap into the patriotic realm only a year later, as this pre-WWII cover shows the Man of Steel handily shrugging off fiery bullets from a wartime dogfighter.
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Coverless: 0.1
Incomplete 60 of 68 pps
1st app. Perry White
Great Caesar's Ghost! The first appearance of the Chief, Perry White, makes this Super-issue a great key for hardcore Superfans, and a nice little piece of comics history. The striking Shuster cover also eerily predicts the character's full-force leap into the patriotic realm only a year later, as this pre-WWII cover shows the Man of Steel handily shrugging off fiery bullets from a wartime dogfighter.
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CBCS VG/F: 5.0
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full pg ad for All Star Comics #3
Fred Ray's aggressive and muscular dynamism is shown to great effect on this exciting cover. The first twenty or so issues of Superman boast some of the most iconic and recognizable hero imagery of the Golden Age, and are perenially popular with collectors.
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CGC VG+: 4.5
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full pg ad for All Star Comics #3
Fred Ray's aggressive and muscular dynamism is shown to great effect on this exciting cover. The first twenty or so issues of Superman boast some of the most iconic and recognizable hero imagery of the Golden Age, and are perenially popular with collectors.
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