Superman Comics, Spider-Man, the Savage Dragon

Superman Comics, Spider-Man, the Savage Dragon

Superman Comics, Spider-Man, the Savage Dragon
Superman Comics, Spider-Man, the Savage Dragon
Superman Comics, Spider-Man, the Savage Dragon
Superman Comics, Spider-Man, the Savage Dragon
Superman Comics, Spider-Man, the Savage Dragon
Superman Comics, Spider-Man, the Savage Dragon
Superman Comics, Spider-Man, the Savage Dragon
Superman Comics, Spider-Man, the Savage Dragon
Superman Comics, Spider-Man, the Savage Dragon
Superman Comics, Spider-Man, the Savage Dragon
Superman Comics, Spider-Man, the Savage Dragon
Superman Comics, Spider-Man, the Savage Dragon
Superman Comics, Spider-Man, the Savage Dragon
Superman Comics, Spider-Man, the Savage Dragon
Superman Comics, Spider-Man, the Savage Dragon
Superman Comics, Spider-Man, the Savage Dragon
Superman Comics, Spider-Man, the Savage Dragon

Superman Comics, Spider-Man, the Savage Dragon
For sale is a 3 pack of new unused, unopened in original packaging 1978 Superman comics. Also in group are 11 1993 Spider-Man comics. These had been enclosed in a stiff cardboard backing and though used appear to be in excellent condition. Also included are 3-The savage Dragon comics dated 1996 #s 27,23,25. These are used and show wear but overall pretty fair shape.
Superman Comics, Spider-Man, the Savage Dragon
Action Comics 258 (Superman) CGC early silver age early Supergirl vintage

Action Comics 258 (Superman) CGC early silver age early Supergirl vintage

Action Comics 258 (Superman) CGC early silver age early Supergirl vintage
Action Comics 258 (Superman) CGC early silver age early Supergirl vintage

Action Comics 258 (Superman) CGC early silver age early Supergirl vintage
Up for sale is a highly sought after comic book, Action Comics 258, featuring the iconic character Superman in the early silver age. This particular issue also includes an early appearance of Supergirl, making it a must-have for any collector of US Comics and DC Comics in particular. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to own a piece of comic book history.
Action Comics 258 (Superman) CGC early silver age early Supergirl vintage
ACTION COMICS #1 1976 REPRINT? Superman Feature. DC Comic

ACTION COMICS #1 1976 REPRINT? Superman Feature. DC Comic

ACTION COMICS #1 1976 REPRINT? Superman Feature. DC Comic
ACTION COMICS #1 1976 REPRINT? Superman Feature. DC Comic
ACTION COMICS #1 1976 REPRINT? Superman Feature. DC Comic
ACTION COMICS #1 1976 REPRINT? Superman Feature. DC Comic
ACTION COMICS #1 1976 REPRINT? Superman Feature. DC Comic

ACTION COMICS #1 1976 REPRINT? Superman Feature. DC Comic
This iconic comic book features everyone’s favorite superhero – Superman – in his debut appearance in Action Comics #1. Published in 1976 and in a single issue format, this Copper Age reprint is a must-have for any comic book collector or fan of the DC Comics universe. The issue number is #1, and the series title is Action Comics. The comic book has been professionally graded by Certified Guaranty Company (CGC) and received a near mint/mint grade of 9.8. It is a US Comics tradition and falls under the Superheroes genre. The comic book also includes features such as a reprint of the original issue. Don’t miss out on the chance to own a piece of comic book history with this amazing comic book!
ACTION COMICS #1 1976 REPRINT? Superman Feature. DC Comic
Zero Hour 25th Anniversary Omnibus (DC Comics, Hardcover, 2019)

Zero Hour 25th Anniversary Omnibus (DC Comics, Hardcover, 2019)

Zero Hour 25th Anniversary Omnibus (DC Comics, Hardcover, 2019)
Zero Hour 25th Anniversary Omnibus (DC Comics, Hardcover, 2019)
Zero Hour 25th Anniversary Omnibus (DC Comics, Hardcover, 2019)
Zero Hour 25th Anniversary Omnibus (DC Comics, Hardcover, 2019)
Zero Hour 25th Anniversary Omnibus (DC Comics, Hardcover, 2019)

Zero Hour 25th Anniversary Omnibus (DC Comics, Hardcover, 2019)
Zero Hour 25th Anniversary Omnibus (DC Comics, Hardcover, 2019). Celebrate one of the most monumental crossovers in DC history in the ZERO HOUR 25TH ANNIVERSARY OMNIBUS, which collects the time-bending miniseries as well as every comic book that tied into it, featuring appearances by every major DC super hero, including Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, the Flash and more, as well as many forgotten cult-favorite characters. EVERYTHING YOU KNOW ABOUT THE DC UNIVERSE IS UNDER ATTACK. THE UNIVERSE WILL BE SHAKEN TO ITS VERY FOUNDATIONS… In 1985, DC Comics dramatically altered comics’ original universe with. Crisis on Infinite Earths. An unforgettable, defining event in comics history that streamlined the DC Universe continuity. Nine years later, the heroes of the DC Universe found the temporal fabric of their new reality unraveling, and the biggest threat since the Crisis was about to be revealed in. Zero Hour: Crisis in Time. When time itself comes under attack, it will take the combined efforts of history’s greatest heroes to save the entire DC Universe. A catastrophic temporal distortion is creating chaos across the past, present, and future, leaving puzzling alterations and anachronisms in its wake. As villains across time rise to take advantage of the disruption, it’s up to a team of time-tossed heroes to uncover the true mastermind behind the crisis before the universe itself is destroyed. Win or lose, the history and future of the DC Universe will be forever altered! From comics legends Dan Jurgens and Jerry Ordway comes. One of the most all-encompassing events to ever hit the DC Universe. In this 25th Anniversary Omnibus, every chapter in the groundbreaking saga is presented in chronological order for the first time ever, including well-over a dozen never-before-collected issues. Featuring a legion of heroes from the iconic to the obscure with an all-star cast of writers and artists, this watershed event left its mark on the DC Universe for years to come. Batman: Shadow of the Bat. #31, Catwoman #14, Damage #6, Darkstars #24, Detective Comics #678, The Flash #0 and #94, Green Arrow #90. Justice League Task Force. #16, L. E. G. Superman: Man of Steel. #4-0, and stories from. 94 #8-10, along with a foreword by Dan Jurgens, afterword by series editor KC Carlson, the. R, and an extensive gallery of promotional and behind-the-scenes material.
Zero Hour 25th Anniversary Omnibus (DC Comics, Hardcover, 2019)
Superman Action Comics #1 Loot Crate Variant Reprint Sealed Lot of 20

Superman Action Comics #1 Loot Crate Variant Reprint Sealed Lot of 20

Superman Action Comics #1 Loot Crate Variant Reprint Sealed Lot of 20
Superman Action Comics #1 Loot Crate Variant Reprint Sealed Lot of 20
Superman Action Comics #1 Loot Crate Variant Reprint Sealed Lot of 20
Superman Action Comics #1 Loot Crate Variant Reprint Sealed Lot of 20
Superman Action Comics #1 Loot Crate Variant Reprint Sealed Lot of 20

Superman Action Comics #1 Loot Crate Variant Reprint Sealed Lot of 20
Superman Action Comics #1 Loot Crate Variant Reprint Sealed Lot of 20. Please see pictures for exact items you will be receiving. COMICS USUALLY COME IN FINE OR BETTER CONDITION. IF THE LOT IS LOWER THEN FINE PLEASE SEE ABOVE. This excludes weekends and holidays. At searchlightcomics, we are committed to providing our customers with the best possible on-line shopping experience. This includes a commitment to excellent customer service, even after your order has been delivered. Please send us a message containing the following order identifiers so we can service your request in a more efficient & timely manner. 12 Digit Numerical Value – 123456789123. Additionally, feel free to give us a call and our trained support staff will be happy to help you. If the order was damaged, keep the packaging! IF WE ACCIDENTALLY OVERGRADED A COMIC. Our experts have decades of comic book experience and really know their stuff, but, from time to time, because they’re human (we’re working on that) mistakes happen. Comics graded by CGC and PGX are not returnable. If you can include pictures of why you think it’s not the right grade, we will print them out, roll them up, and swat our graders on the nose. Most times that’s all it takes. Please include a contact number, in case we have questions. If you don’t want to keep the comic, send it back. We’re good – but sometimes everyone has a bad day. If we screw up and send you the wrong item, or completely fall asleep on the job and forget to send your item, please give us a hand and tell us about it within 30 calendar days of receipt (or lack thereof). We will make it right, as we deem appropriate. If you bought the wrong thing. Hey – we’ve butt dialed a few people too. We’ve also gotten that “oh gee you shouldn’t have” look after giving a gift. We make this a little harder because “one apple spoils the bunch”. We’ve gotten burned a few times on people trying to take us for a ride. So we have to show a little tough love here.
Superman Action Comics #1 Loot Crate Variant Reprint Sealed Lot of 20
Action Comics (1938 series) #232 in Very Good + condition. DC comics s

Action Comics (1938 series) #232 in Very Good + condition. DC comics s

Action Comics (1938 series) #232 in Very Good + condition. DC comics s

Action Comics (1938 series) #232 in Very Good + condition. DC comics s
Action Comics (1938 series) #232. This comic is in Very Good + condition. Scroll down for Grader Notes. They’re under the cover photo. This comic in other conditions. The comic’s condition is described below. Very Good + condition. Grader’s notes for this comic in yellow. Cover free of tears? Yes, minor creases OK. 1 staple loose OK. 201,000 more comics. 6,600 comics added every day. FREE bag & board – Fortified Packaging. Tracking # emailed – Package is stamped. Oct 1 to Dec 31, 2023. Per 10,000 outside the USA. Beats milehigh in customer service, by a mile! April 15 to Oct 14, 2023. Negatives per 10,000 orders. Read the Feedback >>. Rated a Perfect 5.0 by customers? If ordered by 5 p. We want to be the Amazon for comics! Fast, Accurate and Secure. I’m Jim Drucker, NewKadia’s CEO. Like Amazon, nothing distracts us from keeping our customers happy. To over 157,000 customers. We only sell comics and only online. To ask me any question. I guarantee you’ll be pleased, or you’ll. NewKadia & NewKadiaMan are registered trademarks.
Action Comics (1938 series) #232 in Very Good + condition. DC comics s
Superman (1939 series) #148 in Fine minus condition. DC comics q

Superman (1939 series) #148 in Fine minus condition. DC comics q

Superman (1939 series) #148 in Fine minus condition. DC comics q

Superman (1939 series) #148 in Fine minus condition. DC comics q
Superman (1939 series) #148. This comic is in Fine – condition. Scroll down for Grader Notes. They’re under the cover photo. This comic in other conditions. The comic’s condition is described below. Grader’s notes for this comic in yellow. Cover free of tears? No, but staples very firm. Tiny tears, long crease or color chipping. 201,000 more comics. 6,600 comics added every day. FREE bag & board – Fortified Packaging. Tracking # emailed – Package is stamped. Oct 1 to Dec 31, 2023. Per 10,000 outside the USA. Beats milehigh in customer service, by a mile! April 15 to Oct 14, 2023. Negatives per 10,000 orders. Read the Feedback >>. Rated a Perfect 5.0 by customers? If ordered by 5 p. We want to be the Amazon for comics! Fast, Accurate and Secure. I’m Jim Drucker, NewKadia’s CEO. Like Amazon, nothing distracts us from keeping our customers happy. To over 157,000 customers. We only sell comics and only online. To ask me any question. I guarantee you’ll be pleased, or you’ll. NewKadia & NewKadiaMan are registered trademarks.
Superman (1939 series) #148 in Fine minus condition. DC comics q
Action Comics #395 DC 1970 Bronze Age Issue CGC NM 9.0

Action Comics #395 DC 1970 Bronze Age Issue CGC NM 9.0

Action Comics #395 DC 1970 Bronze Age Issue CGC NM 9.0
Action Comics #395 DC 1970 Bronze Age Issue CGC NM 9.0

Action Comics #395 DC 1970 Bronze Age Issue CGC NM 9.0
Synopsis for Superman: “The Secrets of Superman’s Fortress”. Superman is giving a tour of his fortress to Lois Lane. Lois inquires about a locked door marked “prohibited” but Superman refuses to offer any details about what it contains. Superman plays a memory tape in which causes him to recall an adventure in which he encounters a jungle planet containing primitive humans who are fleeing from a pack of hunting dogs. He rescues the humans and carries the dogs away to safety. He is unaware that he is being observed by a race of Amazon women from the planet Vrandar who are using the humans to mine Ergonite. The Ergonite is used for energy on their home planet. Their leader is the beautiful captain Althera who seems taken by Superman’s heroic actions and physique. Superman observes the Amazons and notices Althera right away. He promises the humans that he will protect them from the Vrandars. At one point he rescues the humans once more as they are trapped on a fruit tree which becomes magnetized by the Vrandars. The rescue is witnessed by Althera as she admires Superman’s fantastic powers. She is warned by her peers that she is not allowed to respect or admire males. They are only fit to be servants and slaves. Superman then observes Althera one night carving his image into the side of a huge rock. He realizes that Althera is falling in love with him and he finds that he has similar feelings. Althera’s leg suddenly sets off a booby trap and it seems that she will be crushed by a huge stone slab but Superman rescues her right away. Althera believes that his super strength must mean that Superman is a member of the Vrandar race and urges him to return to their planet to be her mate. He kisses Althera which causes her head to spin. She inadvertently removes her helmet revealing that her head is covered with plumes instead of hair. Althera explains that all Vrandars have plumes. Superman surmises that they are an Avian race related to birds. Althera then states that Superman has no plumes but he has the ability to fly just like the Vrandar forefathers. Superman explains that he is a Kryptonian and Althera realizes that she can never have a future with a member of another race. Superman later assists the Vrandars by helping them mine the rest of the Ergonite so they can transport it back to their planet. The Vrandan spaceship takes off as Superman notices a lone plume on the ground which belonged to Althera.
Action Comics #395 DC 1970 Bronze Age Issue CGC NM 9.0