Welcome to history. Action Comics #1 slabbed and CGC graded at 6.0 is currently at auction from Heritage Auctions as part of their Platinum Collection,
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Action Comics #1 is one of the most valuable, most desired, most famous superhero comic books of all time. It features the first appearance of Superman,
Ending today, Comic Connect is having yeat another awesome round of auctions featuring tons of key books and amazing original art!
A little under a week away, Bleeding Cool takes a look at the 10 SDCC exclusive collectibles at the show that we can't wait to get our hands on!
Two Mattel DC Comics exclusives are coming to SDCC this year- an Aquaman figure three-pack, and a Hot Wheels set paying tribute to Action Comics #1!
DC Comics is giving away a CGC graded 35g pure silver variant cover for Action Comics #1, produced by the New Zealand mint in partnership with CGC. The unique collectible is made from 35 grams of .999 fine silver.
Nicolas Cage will finally get to play Superman, as he will voice the character in the upcoming Teen Titans GO! To The Movies feature film!
Let's take a look at some of the auction highlights from last night's Comic Connect's Jon Berk Collection Session 1. Original Art and early alphabet comics.
I was catching up on the day's trailer releases just now, when I spotted something that made me do a double take, quickly followed by a reflexive cringe
Curious, Gonzales looked up the comic book online-and discovered it was Action Comics 1-Superman's first appearance. Now free from its confines after more than seventy years, this copy, though showing the effects of its long service as insulation, boasts bright, sparkling colors and sturdy off-white pages ComicConnect has become the undisputed industry leader in selling copies[...]
Finally, we understand exactly why Superman seems to be so angry with a car on the cover of Action Comics #1. For the second time in two years, someone
Over at Jalopnik, Jason Torchinsky tackles a question I'm sure a few of us have wondered about over the years: What's that car Superman is hoisting on the
Remodeler finds comic book worth over $100K in wall at Elbow Lake house is the headline. amid old newspapers used to insulate a wall of a fixer-upper he
Rich nails it in his post on what makes New 52 Action Comics #5 so potentially interesting. Action Comics volume 1 number 1 page 1 by Jerry Siegel and Joe
The First Comic To Break The $2 Million Barrier: Nicolas Cage Action Comics 1 Sells For Record $2,161,000
It has become the most famous individual copy of any comic book in the world. And now, the Nicolas Cage copy of Action Comics #1, graded CGC 9.0 and the
We have a new world record for the highest price ever paid for a single comic book. Now, the question becomes just how high it will go. With 24 hours
The vintage comics scene has been buzzing for the past several days about word that a very high grade copy of Action Comic #1 -- stolen from Nicolas
Last week, New York had Jim Lee and pizza. This week, London had Tony Lee and donuts. Regardless of where they are, it looks like stores have been having
Here's a sample from Cosmic Book News (hat tip DCWKA) Justice League 1 by Geoff Johns, Jim Lee, and Scott Williams: BATMAN #1 by Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo and Jonathan Glapion: Action Comics 1 by Grant Morrison, Rags Morales and Rick Bryant: Rich writes from San Diego: A Little Bleeder emails in… The 'New 52' teaser It's basically 35 pages[...]
In 1938, Action Comics 1 introduced the world to Superman by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, changed the world of comics and all of entertainment, and over the subsequent 73 years Superman has become one of the world's best-known fictional characters. Two copies have sold for a million dollars or more in recent times — last year, a[...]
It's probably the most notorious comic book heist ever. In 2000, high grade copies of Action Comics #1 and Detective Comics #27 were stolen from Nicolas
It's hard to believe we live in a world in which Charlie Sheen can have owned and sold a very nice copy of Action Comics #1, and for that to have remained