‘Action Comics’ #1 sets new high for sale at auction, breaking the million dollar mark

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5 Responses

  1. Glenn Hauman says:

    Gee, just 4000 of those and you could have bought Marvel Comics.

  2. Kathy says:

    Watch out the random wheel, Superman! Blast it with your eye lasers otherwise you may drop that giant bag of money!

    • Brandon Barrows says:

      He only had super human strength in his early appearances. He picked up freeze breath, heat vision, actual flight (instead of just jumping really far and high) later after the popularity of the original Captain Marvel took off.

      • mike weber says:

        Flying was more-or-less a result of people realising how ridiculous jumping looked when the Fleischer Brothers cartoons were being done. So long as the artist could portray him in mid-air in a suitably dynamic (but, obviously, static) panel, all was fine.But when they actually showed him in motion, leaping along – he looked like a red and blue kangaroo.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Bologna…fake sale, where is the proof ??? There is none….these two guys would say anything to sooth their itty bitty ego's ….ahhahahahhahahah