How many copies of Superman exist?
It means the issue of Action Comics #1, which sold for 10 cents when it was released in 1938, is the world’s most valuable comic book. The comic includes the story of Superman’s origins and is considered to be the start of the superhero genre. It is thought only around 100 copies of the comic still exist.
How do you tell if a comic is a reprint?
Just like paperback novels, reprinted comic books will list when they were printed originally and to which reprint run they belong. First editions usually have a “#1” or “First Edition” printed on the cover, or in the indicia, if applicable. Check the age.
What is the most expensive Batman toy?
10 Extremely Valuable Batman Figures (With Prices)
- 1 Ideal Super Queens Batgirl ($17,925)
- 2 Marx Bagatelle Batman Game ($11,825)
- 3 Ideal Batman Utility Belt ($11,000)
- 4 Ideal Official Batman & Justice League of America Playset ($10,755)
- 5 Ideal Official Batman Playset ($10,245)
- 6 Marx Batman Water Blaster ($4,210)
How many copies of Superman Action 1 are there?
This is also a very rare Superman comic book. Only 52 have been graded by CGC (plus 82 restored copies). While it’s not the bonanza payday that stumbling across a copy of Action 1 would be, Superman #1 is really a nice book to find. Almost any comic book collector wants to own one.
How much is a Superman comic book worth?
This drives the price up during an otherwise pretty average early 1950s. Superman #76 is worth three times as much as other issues from the period. Superman comic books #95: Last pre-Code issue.
When did Superman first appear in Action Comics?
Most comic fans know that Superman actually began life in Action Comics. You can find out values of Action issues by clicking here. This page lists prices for the first 100 issues of Superman’s appearances in his solo series, which began in 1939. The #1 issue has been reprinted many times. We also feature later key issues worth looking for.
Who was on the cover of Superman # 17?
With Hitler and Hirohito on the cover of Superman #17 and a classic ‘bomb rodeo’ cover on Superman #18, you can quickly see how WWII had entered the mass consciousness. All classic super-villains have a landmark first appearance. Mr. Mxyztplk shows up for the first time in Superman #30.