Superman #53 (1939 Series) Origin of Superman Expanded August 1948 GD

Superman #53 (1939 Series) Origin of Superman Expanded August 1948 GD

Superman #53 (1939 Series) Origin of Superman Expanded August 1948 GD
Superman #53 (1939 Series) Origin of Superman Expanded August 1948 GD
Superman #53 (1939 Series) Origin of Superman Expanded August 1948 GD
Superman #53 (1939 Series) Origin of Superman Expanded August 1948 GD
Superman #53 (1939 Series) Origin of Superman Expanded August 1948 GD
Superman #53 (1939 Series) Origin of Superman Expanded August 1948 GD
Superman #53 (1939 Series) Origin of Superman Expanded August 1948 GD
Superman #53 (1939 Series) Origin of Superman Expanded August 1948 GD
Superman #53 (1939 Series) Origin of Superman Expanded August 1948 GD
Superman #53 (1939 Series) Origin of Superman Expanded August 1948 GD

Superman #53 (1939 Series) Origin of Superman Expanded August 1948 GD
Writer: Bill Finger, Alvin Schwartz, Don Cameron. Artist: Wayne Boring, Al Plastino. Cover Artist: Wayne Boring. Issue Note: Issue features an expanded version of Superman’s Origin by Bill Finger and Wayne Boring which focuses on his parents on Krypton and the politics around the destruction of the planet, much of which has been carried into modern retellings. Also features stories featuring art by Al Plastino. The comic is complete and intact with both staples attached to the cover. The cover color is nice but the back and inside covers show light tanning. The most noticeable flaw is the tear on the side of the front cover. There is another tear on the side of the back cover. There are very tiny pieces of tape along some of the edges and near the spine on the inside cover which I would grade as flaws (within GD range) as opposed to a restoration. The spine has some cracking but it seems to be contained and has good integrity. The interior pages are in really nice condition for the age, they have great color, and very little discoloration due to age. Please view the scans above and contact me if you have any questions or requests regarding condition. Images shown are scans or photos of the actual product, not stock images. About Our Grading: My client, Bruce Ayres, has been grading comics since 1975. We grade more conservatively and more accurately than the slabbing companies which tend to overgrade older and lower grade comics and which we do not endorse. Which isn’t to say that we never miss an important defect or make a poor call. But it is rare and I will go out of my way to make things right for you when I do. If you plan to CGC your book, please note. I can never guarantee how another grader will grade a book. Once a book is sent to CGC you are taking on additional costs. My suggestion is that when you receive your book you inspect the book carefully. If need be, have a knowledgeable friend or professional look it over as well. Because most of the items I sell are collectibles I pack your order so it will be protected and will arrive to you in the condition it was listed as. Regardless of which method I use I provide internal protection inside to keep the book from rubbing or bumping corners. All comics are bagged and boarded. Other products may be packaged differently but all are packed to be secure and protected. So I take great pride in being reliable in my packing. The item “Superman #53 (1939 Series) Origin of Superman Expanded August 1948 GD” is in sale since Friday, December 27, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Comics\Golden Age (1938-55)\Superhero”. The seller is “beanlynch” and is located in Madison, Wisconsin. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Issue Number: 53
  • Main Character: Superman
  • Series: Superman (1939 Series)
  • Grade: 2.0 GD
  • Publication Date: August, 1948
  • Publisher: DC

Superman #53 (1939 Series) Origin of Superman Expanded August 1948 GD
ACTION COMICS #242 CGC 2.5 Origin 1st App. Brainiac

ACTION COMICS #242 CGC 2.5 Origin 1st App. Brainiac

ACTION COMICS #242 CGC 2.5 Origin 1st App. Brainiac
ACTION COMICS #242 CGC 2.5 Origin 1st App. Brainiac

ACTION COMICS #242 CGC 2.5 Origin 1st App. Brainiac
See Title and Condition Description for specific product information. Photos/scans depict actual item(s) for sale. If you have any questions about condition or would like to see additional photos or scans, feel free to message us. We are NOT accepting offers at this time! Please put items in the cart when purchasing multiple items. USA buyers only, please. The item “ACTION COMICS #242 CGC 2.5 Origin 1st App. Brainiac” is in sale since Tuesday, April 14, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Comics\Silver Age (1956-69)\Superhero\Superman”. The seller is “enhancedimage” and is located in Panama City Beach, Florida. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Certification: CGC
  • Main Character: Superman
  • Grade: 2.5 GD+
  • Publisher: DC

ACTION COMICS #242 CGC 2.5 Origin 1st App. Brainiac
Action Comics #252 CGC 1.8 DC 1959 Origin & 1st app Supergirl (Kara Zor-El)

Action Comics #252 CGC 1.8 DC 1959 Origin & 1st app Supergirl (Kara Zor-El)

Action Comics #252 CGC 1.8 DC 1959 Origin & 1st app Supergirl (Kara Zor-El)
Action Comics #252 CGC 1.8 DC 1959 Origin & 1st app Supergirl (Kara Zor-El)
Action Comics #252 CGC 1.8 DC 1959 Origin & 1st app Supergirl (Kara Zor-El)
Action Comics #252 CGC 1.8 DC 1959 Origin & 1st app Supergirl (Kara Zor-El)

Action Comics #252 CGC 1.8 DC 1959 Origin & 1st app Supergirl (Kara Zor-El)
May 1959 DC Comics. Origin & 1st Supergirl (Kara Zor-El). Otto Binder & Robert Bernstein (Story) Howard Sherman (Art) Al Plastino (Cover & Art). “The Menace of Metallo”. John Corben is an unscrupulous reporter that works in the Metropolis. Aside from his mustache, Corben is practically the spitting image of Superman. While driving his car, Corben gets into a terrible accident and is nearly killed. His broken body is taken to the laboratory of Professor Vale. Who replaces Corben’s failing limbs with a super-strong metallic alloy. He replaces his heart with a surrogate pump made of Uranium. And covers the endoskeleton with a foam-latex sheathe resembling human skin. The operation is a success, but soon after, Professor Vale suffers from a mild stroke. Dubbed “Metallo”, Corben begins his new life a life of crime. Metallo’s Uranium heart will only last for one day before it needs to be replaced, so Metallo begins breaking into various facilities to steal more Uranium. Whenever he feels his Uranium stores running low, Metallo becomes weak and dizzy. Corben gets a job at the Daily Planet and begins courting Lois Lane. Lois is enamored with Corben due to his physical resemblance to Superman a fact that invariably irritates Clark Kent. Professor Vale meanwhile, discovers that Green Kryptonite can work just as effectively at powering Metallo as Uranium, but with the added benefit that it will no longer need to be recharged. Metallo steals a Kryptonite rock from a local exhibition hall and has Vale implant it into his chest. Metallo learns that Kryptonite can also destroy Superman. Certain that Superman will likely try to arrest him for his recent crimes, Metallo decides to use the power of his Kryptonite heart to strike the first blow against the Man of Steel. He baits a trap for Superman, but Superman manages to avoid exposure to Kryptonite and pursues Metallo. He chases him back to Lois Lane’s apartment when suddenly Metallo begins to feel weak. What neither Vale nor Metallo realize was that the Kryptonite that had been used to power his heart was actually fake. It was nothing more than an ordinary rock painted green to resemble Kryptonite. Unable to recharge himself, Metallo falls over dead from a heart attack. The Supergirl from Krypton! Clark Kent is working alone in his office one afternoon when he catches something out of the corner of his eye. Switching into his Superman costume, he flies off to investigate. When he arrives, he is shocked to discover that the rocket’s sole occupant is another Kryptonian a young blonde-haired girl named Kara. Kara tells Superman that her home town, Argo City was blasted free of Krypton’s destruction in a bubble of compressed air. The island soared through space as free-floating planetoid. Her father was a scientist named Zor-El who created a force field bubble around the city to contain the atmosphere and also coated the ground with sheets of lead to prevent traces of Kryptonite in the ground from poisoning the populace. Years later, when Kara was a teenager, a meteor shower in space penetrated the air bubble and tore through the lead shielding. His wife learned of the existence of Earth, and its Kryptonian hero, Superman. They chose to send Kara to Earth so that she can be with one of her own. Superman realizes that Kara’s father, Zor-El, was the brother of his own father, making the two of them cousins. He is elated to find another Kryptonian but remorseful for the fact that like he, Kara is now an orphan. Superman cannot take charge of Kara because he needs to protect his own secret identity. However, he flies her to the nearby town of Midvale and registers her at the Midvale Orphanage. He provides her with a brown pig-tailed wig, and Kara chooses the name Linda Lee as her new Earth name. Superman promises to train Kara in her new super-powers, stating that this Supergirl will become his new secret weapon against fighting crime. After Superman leaves, Kara settles in at the orphanage. She begins testing her new powers by cleaning her room with super-breath and fixing a bent iron bed leg with super-strength. She cannot wait for her first official adventure as Supergirl. Let me tell you my story, as my parents told it to me! Were not the only one to escape alive… By sheer luck, a large chunk of the planet was hurled away intact, with people on it… “Justice League Part 2″ Movie in Theaters April 8th, 2021! The item “Action Comics #252 CGC 1.8 DC 1959 Origin & 1st app Supergirl (Kara Zor-El)” is in sale since Friday, May 22, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Comics\Silver Age (1956-69)\Superhero\Superman”. The seller is “madeofmiracles925″ and is located in Dublin, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Modified Item: No
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Certification Number: 0216565005
  • Issue Number: 252
  • Certification: CGC
  • Main Character: Supergirl
  • Year: 1959
  • Series: 1
  • Theme: Comics
  • Featured Refinements: Action Comics #252
  • Grade: 1.8 GD-
  • Type: Comic
  • Genre: Superhero
  • Graded by: CGC
  • Publication Date: May 1959
  • Signed: No
  • Publisher: DC
  • Unit of Sale: Single Unit

Action Comics #252 CGC 1.8 DC 1959 Origin & 1st app Supergirl (Kara Zor-El)

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Action Comics #18 CGC 3.5 WP 1939 Origin & 1st app Three Aces

Action Comics #18 CGC 3.5 WP 1939 Origin & 1st app Three Aces

Action Comics #18 CGC 3.5 WP 1939 Origin & 1st app Three Aces
Action Comics #18 CGC 3.5 WP 1939 Origin & 1st app Three Aces
Action Comics #18 CGC 3.5 WP 1939 Origin & 1st app Three Aces
Action Comics #18 CGC 3.5 WP 1939 Origin & 1st app Three Aces

Action Comics #18 CGC 3.5 WP 1939 Origin & 1st app Three Aces
October 1939 DC Comics. Origin & 1st Three Aces Last non-Superman cover. 2 ads 1939 New York’s World Fair. Siegel, Finger & Fox (Stories) Wayne Boring (Cover) Bert Christman, Bernard Bailey & Bob Kane (Art) Fred Guardineer (Cover & Art). While riding horses with Mary on her father’s farm, Pep. Is introduced to Jake Garrow, owner of the neighboring ranch. An old man the locals call “Old Elias” is scaring people off Jake’s land with a shotgun. But when Pep digs a little deeper, he discovers that Elias may not be the crazy troublemaker he at first seems. Garrow tries to frame Elias for the killing of some sheep, but when that doesn’t work, he resorts to murdering a ranch-hand and pinning the blame on Elias. Pep uncovers the truth, however, when the bullet used to commit the murder is matched with Garrow’s own weapon. Chuck Dawson: “The Frame”. Wanders into a town, hitching his horse by the trough while he stops in the local pub. Among the crowd, he hears his name being called. To Chuck’s surprise, he’s greeted by Bart Jackson, an old friend of his. Before the two hombres could catch up, though, the sheriff comes in and arrests Bart for murder! Bart swears he didn’t kill anyone, but no one except Chuck believes him. Later, a man takes Chuck aside and tells him that he also believes Bart is innocent. If Chuck would only go to the sheriff’s office and hold off the lynch mob that will inevitably gather there. Chuck agrees this is a good idea and runs to the office. But when he gets there, he finds the Sheriff’s been murdered, and Bart was missing! A posse is heard outside, and Chuck sees them being led by the man he just spoke to. Suddenly, it all became clear. It was a set-up by that man to get Chuck framed for the sheriff’s death, getting him out of the way. Well, Dawson wouldn’t have it! He escaped out the door and leapt across rooftops to his horse, Blacky. Together, they rode on out of town! Clip Carson: “The Cult of the Tiger (Part II)”. Stepping stealthily to the door. Meets Nakir, the Chunda family’s servant, on the other side of the door. He was just bringing his master and Clip some cool drinks for the warm night. A bloodcurdling cry is heard coming from Japur’s room! Clip and Jaffeer race to see what was wrong. Another member of the Tiger Cult has attacked Japur! Clip shoots the fiend dead with his pistol! Japur is bleeding out and doesn’t move. Moments later, as Jaffeer and Panjore wait in the hall, Clip comes out and reports that Japur is dead. The next night, Clip notices someone moving about in the shadows. The figure creeps off the grounds and into the jungle. Clip keeps hidden as he follows behind. But a man wearing a tiger skin knocks him out from behind with a blunt object. Clip regains consciousness inside a cavern with a large, old statue, depicting a man with the head of a tiger. At the base of the statue is a throne on which sits Panjore, with Jaffeer at his side. The two of them have revived the long dead Cult of the Tiger, paying the natives to pretend to be from the old tribe, all so they could kill off the inheritors of the Chunda riches. Then, right in front of Clip’s eyes, Panjore turns on Jaffeer and has his followers kill him, so that now won’t have to split the inheritance. He sics his natives on Clip, who begins to fight them off with the skills he’s picked up in his adventures. Suddenly, a pair of elephants charge into the cave, carrying Nakir and a very alive Japur! In the face of this elephant cavalry charge, the Tiger-men flee, abandoning their leader as they run back into the jungle. In his panic, Panjore accidentally steps in one great animal’s path, and is crushed to death by its mighty foot! The next day, Clip says his goodbyes to Japur and Nakir as he leaves to find new adventures. Three Aces: “The Captured Planes”. “Fog” Fortune, “Gunner” Bill, and “Whistler” Will were former army pilots who grew sick of the futility of war and the tragedy it brought, so they decided to team up and use their skills to help restore peace and sanity to the world. This earned them the title “The Three Aces”, bestowed by the people they helped. While staying in Baghdad, the Three Aces meet a young woman and a doctor who need to cross the desert where the young woman’s father lies ill. But the journey would take days by camel, and she fears her father hasn’t that long to wait. Whistler Will, never one to shy away from a lady’s plea, agrees that he and the others will be happy to fly them across, their planes will be quicker than any ground transport. But it’s a trick! The Aces (except for the suspicious Gunner Bill) land near a camp of men that seem to be in trouble. The men then take out machine guns and force Fog and Whistler out of the cockpits. Gunner swoops around and tries firing on the hijackers, but with his friends as hostages, he dares not endanger them. So he continues circling around the camp, waiting. But his fuel eventually runs out, so he is forced to land. The bandits follow his plane on horseback. What they don’t notice until it is too late, is the squadron of British fighter planes coming straight at them! Gunner had been on his radio the whole time, to summon the reinforcements. Soon, the plane hijacking operation has been quashed, the doctor and his cohorts are all arrested, and the Three Aces fly off to find more people in need. “Justice League Part 2″ Movie in Theaters April 8th, 2021! The item “Action Comics #18 CGC 3.5 WP 1939 Origin & 1st app Three Aces” is in sale since Monday, April 22, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Comics\Golden Age (1938-55)\Superhero”. The seller is “madeofmiracles925″ and is located in Dublin, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Modified Item: No
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Certification Number: 1361737002
  • Issue Number: 18
  • Certification: CGC
  • Main Character: Superman
  • Series: 1
  • Grade: 3.5
  • Publication Date: November 1939
  • Publisher: DC
  • Year: 1939

Action Comics #18 CGC 3.5 WP 1939 Origin & 1st app Three Aces
Superman Sunday Page #1A Origin Of Superman 1939 Rare Action Comics HTF

Superman Sunday Page #1A Origin Of Superman 1939 Rare Action Comics HTF

Superman Sunday Page #1A Origin Of Superman 1939 Rare Action Comics HTF
Superman Sunday Page #1A Origin Of Superman 1939 Rare Action Comics HTF
Superman Sunday Page #1A Origin Of Superman 1939 Rare Action Comics HTF
Superman Sunday Page #1A Origin Of Superman 1939 Rare Action Comics HTF
Superman Sunday Page #1A Origin Of Superman 1939 Rare Action Comics HTF
Superman Sunday Page #1A Origin Of Superman 1939 Rare Action Comics HTF

Superman Sunday Page #1A Origin Of Superman 1939 Rare Action Comics HTF
Sunday color comic page 1A. Original newspaper page in very good condition for its age. Has some tear on edges – refer to picture gallery. Please inspect all the pictures and let me know if any questions. Very good long term investment or excellent gift for fan. Check out my other auctions. The item “Superman Sunday Page #1A Origin Of Superman 1939 Rare Action Comics HTF” is in sale since Wednesday, February 12, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Comics\Golden Age (1938-55)\Superhero”. The seller is “easydeal_usa” and is located in Alexandria, Virginia. This item can be shipped to United States, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Brazil, Chile, Panama, Jamaica, Bangladesh, Brunei darussalam, Bolivia, Ecuador, Egypt, French guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, Macao, Martinique, Nicaragua, Peru, Pakistan, Paraguay, Viet nam, Uruguay, Canada.
  • Publisher: McClure Newspaper Syndicate
  • Publication Date: 1939
  • Main Character: Superman

Superman Sunday Page #1A Origin Of Superman 1939 Rare Action Comics HTF
Action Comics #252 May 1959 CGC 3.0 1st App Origin of Supergirl Graded G/VG

Action Comics #252 May 1959 CGC 3.0 1st App Origin of Supergirl Graded G/VG

Action Comics #252 May 1959 CGC 3.0 1st App Origin of Supergirl Graded G/VG
Action Comics #252 May 1959 CGC 3.0 1st App Origin of Supergirl Graded G/VG
Action Comics #252 May 1959 CGC 3.0 1st App Origin of Supergirl Graded G/VG
Action Comics #252 May 1959 CGC 3.0 1st App Origin of Supergirl Graded G/VG
Action Comics #252 May 1959 CGC 3.0 1st App Origin of Supergirl Graded G/VG
Action Comics #252 May 1959 CGC 3.0 1st App Origin of Supergirl Graded G/VG
Action Comics #252 May 1959 CGC 3.0 1st App Origin of Supergirl Graded G/VG

Action Comics #252 May 1959 CGC 3.0 1st App Origin of Supergirl Graded G/VG
CGC 3.0 ACTION COMICS #252 DC Comic Book. First appearance and origin of Supergirl. FRESH back from CGC this week, case is excellent. Cream to Off-white pages. Has an address stamp on the front cover. This, and other flaws can be seen in the pictures. Still, a fairly good grade and condition for a very sought after key issue! The item “Action Comics #252 May 1959 CGC 3.0 1st App Origin of Supergirl Graded G/VG” is in sale since Saturday, April 18, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Comics\Silver Age (1956-69)\Superhero\Superman”. The seller is “river_city_retro” and is located in Oswego, New York. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Brazil, Chile, Panama, Jamaica, Bangladesh, Bermuda, Brunei darussalam, Bolivia, Ecuador, Egypt, French guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, Macao, Martinique, Maldives, Nicaragua, Peru, Pakistan, Paraguay, Reunion, Viet nam, Uruguay.
  • Main Character: Supergirl
  • Publisher: DC

Action Comics #252 May 1959 CGC 3.0 1st App Origin of Supergirl Graded G/VG
Action Comics #33 CGC 1.0 FR DC 1941 Superman! ORIGIN Mr. America

Action Comics #33 CGC 1.0 FR DC 1941 Superman! ORIGIN Mr. America

Action Comics #33 CGC 1.0 FR DC 1941 Superman! ORIGIN Mr. America
Action Comics #33 CGC 1.0 FR DC 1941 Superman! ORIGIN Mr. America

Action Comics #33 CGC 1.0 FR DC 1941 Superman! ORIGIN Mr. America
Action Comics #33 DC 1941. All items listed are checked to the best of our abilities and found to be. We offer LARGE pictures that once clicked, you can easily drag to your desktop for a closer look! Half page ad for All Star Comics #3! (FR) example – Cream to Off. White Pages with Excellent Gloss quality! Lies flat -Tape on cover and interior cover. Apine of cover completely split and cover detached. No missing pages or cut-outs. Check out all of our other. Listings for more treasured collectibles. Boxed and well cushioned with bubble wrap/newspaper/packing peanuts. Get Supersized Images & Free Image Hosting. Create your brand with Auctiva’s. Attention Sellers – Get Templates Image Hosting, Scheduling at Auctiva. Track Page Views With. Auctiva’s FREE Counter. The item “Action Comics #33 CGC 1.0 FR DC 1941 Superman! ORIGIN Mr. America” is in sale since Monday, October 21, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Comics\Golden Age (1938-55)\Superhero”. The seller is “collectors_comics” and is located in San Diego, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Publisher: DC

Action Comics #33 CGC 1.0 FR DC 1941 Superman! ORIGIN Mr. America
Action Comics #33 (1941) Golden Age Superman! Mr. America Origin! CGC 3.5

Action Comics #33 (1941) Golden Age Superman! Mr. America Origin! CGC 3.5

Action Comics #33 (1941) Golden Age Superman! Mr. America Origin! CGC 3.5
Action Comics #33 (1941) Golden Age Superman! Mr. America Origin! CGC 3.5
Action Comics #33 (1941) Golden Age Superman! Mr. America Origin! CGC 3.5
Action Comics #33 (1941) Golden Age Superman! Mr. America Origin! CGC 3.5
Action Comics #33 (1941) Golden Age Superman! Mr. America Origin! CGC 3.5
Action Comics #33 (1941) Golden Age Superman! Mr. America Origin! CGC 3.5

Action Comics #33 (1941) Golden Age Superman! Mr. America Origin! CGC 3.5
Action Comics #33 (1941) – Golden Age Superman!!! – CGC 3.5!! Early Golden Age Superman!! Story, Art and Cover. Jerry Siegel and Gardner Fox Stories! Jack Burnley, Sheldon Moldoff, George Papp and Bernard Baily Art! Please feel free to ask questions or for additional pictures. New comics added regularly! Comics will be securely packed and protected. The item “Action Comics #33 (1941) Golden Age Superman! Mr. America Origin! CGC 3.5″ is in sale since Friday, March 27, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Comics\Golden Age (1938-55)\Superhero”. The seller is “automatic_comics” and is located in Arlington, Virginia. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Issue Number: 33
  • Certification: CGC
  • Main Character: Superman
  • Grade: 3.5 VG-
  • Publication Date: 2/1941
  • Publisher: DC

Action Comics #33 (1941) Golden Age Superman! Mr. America Origin! CGC 3.5
Superman #53 CGC 3.0 Origin retold, 10th Anniversary Issue, Classic Cover! DC

Superman #53 CGC 3.0 Origin retold, 10th Anniversary Issue, Classic Cover! DC

Superman #53 CGC 3.0 Origin retold, 10th Anniversary Issue, Classic Cover! DC
Superman #53 CGC 3.0 Origin retold, 10th Anniversary Issue, Classic Cover! DC
Superman #53 CGC 3.0 Origin retold, 10th Anniversary Issue, Classic Cover! DC
Superman #53 CGC 3.0 Origin retold, 10th Anniversary Issue, Classic Cover! DC

Superman #53 CGC 3.0 Origin retold, 10th Anniversary Issue, Classic Cover! DC
Superman 53 – Classic Cover, Origin Retold! All photos are of the actual comic you will receive. This is a CGC graded comic. Book Grade – CGC 3.0. CGC comics will be boxed in packages specifically made to ensure a safe and secure journey. Boxes will be placed in a mailer (double boxed) for additional protection from damage. I have been an avid comic book collector and fan since I read my first book (Marvel Two-In-One #4). Please contact me if you have any questions about the book. I will respond to all inquiries as soon as possible. Responses may be delayed by up to a day due to time zone differences. The item “Superman #53 CGC 3.0 Origin retold, 10th Anniversary Issue, Classic Cover! DC” is in sale since Monday, March 23, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Comics\Golden Age (1938-55)\Superhero”. The seller is “selectcomics” and is located in Pelham, New York. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Issue Number: 53
  • Certification: CGC
  • Main Character: Superman
  • Grade: 3.0 GD/VG
  • Publication Date: 1948
  • Publisher: DC

Superman #53 CGC 3.0 Origin retold, 10th Anniversary Issue, Classic Cover! DC
Adventure Comics #260 (dc 1959) Cgc 4.0 1st Sa Origin Of Aquaman! Superman

Adventure Comics #260 (dc 1959) Cgc 4.0 1st Sa Origin Of Aquaman! Superman

Adventure Comics #260 (dc 1959) Cgc 4.0 1st Sa Origin Of Aquaman! Superman
Adventure Comics #260 (dc 1959) Cgc 4.0 1st Sa Origin Of Aquaman! Superman
Adventure Comics #260 (dc 1959) Cgc 4.0 1st Sa Origin Of Aquaman! Superman
Adventure Comics #260 (dc 1959) Cgc 4.0 1st Sa Origin Of Aquaman! Superman
Adventure Comics #260 (dc 1959) Cgc 4.0 1st Sa Origin Of Aquaman! Superman

Adventure Comics #260 (dc 1959) Cgc 4.0 1st Sa Origin Of Aquaman! Superman
This listing is for Adventure Comics #260, published by D. Ccording to the CGC census, there are. Only 216 graded copies. This one is rated 4.0 (Very Good) by CGC and has “Cream to Off-White Pages”. It is priced it to sell. If you would like any additional info or pics, please message. Just hit Add to Cart for the comics you want and the discount will be automatically applied at checkout. We want happy customers. Please be aware that if you crack a comic out of its case for re-submission to a grading service, you are taking the risk is doing so, and we cannot be liable if you do not like how it is regraded. Broad selection & fair prices. We make every effort to disclose non-trivial damage to the holders, but minor imperfections such as light surface wear or slight inner well scuffing (present at the time of encapsulation) are common straight from CGC/CBCS/PGX. Newton Rings are also extremely common in newly slabbed CGC books (CGC tried to better protect the books by sandwiching them tighter in the cases, but as a result, a very large portion of newly slabbed books have some degree of rings). If these are important to you, please message and we’ll be happy to provide more detail on the case. For those unfamiliar with Newton Rings: This is an occasional effect produced by the inner and outer cases being in direct contact with one another. The visual effect is similar to oil on a water puddle because of the two plastics. Ultimately it is not anything that is in direct contact with your comic, nor will it affect the comic’s condition over time. Gemma Adel, CGC. View more great items. The item “ADVENTURE COMICS #260 (DC 1959) CGC 4.0 1ST SA ORIGIN OF AQUAMAN! SUPERMAN” is in sale since Friday, September 20, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Comics\Silver Age (1956-69)\Superhero\Aquaman”. The seller is “supreme-comics” and is located in Los Angeles, California. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, China, Mexico, Germany, Japan, Brazil, France, Australia, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, South africa, Thailand, Belgium, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, Ukraine, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Chile, Colombia, Costa rica, Panama, Trinidad and tobago, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Antigua and barbuda, Aruba, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Saint kitts and nevis, Saint lucia, Montserrat, Turks and caicos islands, Barbados, Bangladesh, Bermuda, Brunei darussalam, Bolivia, Ecuador, Egypt, French guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Cayman islands, Liechtenstein, Sri lanka, Luxembourg, Monaco, Macao, Martinique, Maldives, Nicaragua, Oman, Peru, Pakistan, Paraguay, Reunion, Viet nam, Uruguay.
  • Main Character: Aquaman
  • Publication Date: 5/1959
  • Grade: 4.0 VG
  • Certification: CGC
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Publisher: DC

Adventure Comics #260 (dc 1959) Cgc 4.0 1st Sa Origin Of Aquaman! Superman