Superman Comics Complete Year 1996 Action/Adventures/Man of Steel & More

Superman Comics Complete Year 1996 Action/Adventures/Man of Steel & More

Superman Comics Complete Year 1996 Action/Adventures/Man of Steel & More
Superman Comics Complete Year 1996 Action/Adventures/Man of Steel & More
Superman Comics Complete Year 1996 Action/Adventures/Man of Steel & More
Superman Comics Complete Year 1996 Action/Adventures/Man of Steel & More
Superman Comics Complete Year 1996 Action/Adventures/Man of Steel & More
Superman Comics Complete Year 1996 Action/Adventures/Man of Steel & More
Superman Comics Complete Year 1996 Action/Adventures/Man of Steel & More
Superman Comics Complete Year 1996 Action/Adventures/Man of Steel & More
Superman Comics Complete Year 1996 Action/Adventures/Man of Steel & More
Superman Comics Complete Year 1996 Action/Adventures/Man of Steel & More
Superman Comics Complete Year 1996 Action/Adventures/Man of Steel & More
Superman Comics Complete Year 1996 Action/Adventures/Man of Steel & More
Superman Comics Complete Year 1996 Action/Adventures/Man of Steel & More
Superman Comics Complete Year 1996 Action/Adventures/Man of Steel & More
Superman Comics Complete Year 1996 Action/Adventures/Man of Steel & More
Superman Comics Complete Year 1996 Action/Adventures/Man of Steel & More
Superman Comics Complete Year 1996 Action/Adventures/Man of Steel & More
Superman Comics Complete Year 1996 Action/Adventures/Man of Steel & More
Superman Comics Complete Year 1996 Action/Adventures/Man of Steel & More

Superman Comics Complete Year 1996 Action/Adventures/Man of Steel & More
I have several Complete Superman years up for sale – please check out my Store Listings for more details! These lots will contain all of the “shield number” issues for the year. Sometimes some extra issues are included so see list below. May, or may not include annuals. Superman 1996 Complete Year: Action Comics #717-728, Annual #8/ Adventures of Superman #531-541. / Man of Steel #52-63. / Man of Tomorrow #4-6 – also includes Wedding Special #1, Eradicator #1-3 complete mini series, Alpha Centurion Special #1 (58 comics total). Overall average Comic is F+/VF- with a few light stress marks, some nicer. All you need to do is put the items you want into your cart and then select the “Send me Total” or “Send Invoice” button. I’ll make any adjustments needed on the invoice and send it back – It’s just that easy. Grading is based on Overstreet standards. We all know grading is subjective to every individual. Please refer to the pictures provided and ASK QUESTIONS if you aren’t sure, or need clarification. Like most things, it isn’t what it was when you were 12, and it won’t ever be again. We’ll get over it. What little extra may accumulate is use to help offset supply costs. Graphic Novels/TPB are the sole exception as those are allowed.
Superman Comics Complete Year 1996 Action/Adventures/Man of Steel & More
Superman #61, 1949, CGC PG, page 17 only, 1st image of Kryptonite on this page

Superman #61, 1949, CGC PG, page 17 only, 1st image of Kryptonite on this page

Superman #61, 1949, CGC PG, page 17 only, 1st image of Kryptonite on this page
Superman #61, 1949, CGC PG, page 17 only, 1st image of Kryptonite on this page
Superman #61, 1949, CGC PG, page 17 only, 1st image of Kryptonite on this page

Superman #61, 1949, CGC PG, page 17 only, 1st image of Kryptonite on this page
Fresh encapsulation, with no visible defects. The Kryptonite is the red stone on the swami’s turban. Page collecting is an emerging investment strategyand hobby in the comic book industry. There are a number or reasons for this. Page collecting allows a means of owning a partof key issues at a much more affordable price. One can see sentinel moments in the history andstoryline of a character that can’t be viewed from an encapsulated whole comicbook. Page collecting can serve as a complement toowning a higher grade issue that the page is from. There is a relative scarcity of key individuallygraded pages. Actual encapsulation of only pages is relatively new with third partygrading companies. The key issues that the pages are from can be rare to begin with, especiallyGolden Age examples. The key issues that are already encapsulated are usually at a grade too highfor one to want to separate the key pages. As this is an emerging phenomenon, percentage increase of these bargain examples is likely higher in the futurethan other means of comic book investing. In the hallowed halls of comic book history, there exists a pivotal moment captured within the pages of Superman #61, a publication that heralded the introduction of Kryptonite to the world of Superman. This radioactive mineral, with its deadly glow and ominous implications, not only changed the course of Superman’s narrative but also left an indelible mark on broader cultural perceptions. For Superman, the introduction of Kryptonite was a watershed moment. Until then, he had stood as the paragon of invincibility, his superhuman abilities seemingly unmatched. However, with the discovery of Kryptonite, writers found a potent tool to introduce vulnerability into his story. No longer was Superman impervious to all threats; the glowing substance became his Achilles’ heel, a weakness that added layers of drama, tension, and character depth to his adventures. Beyond the comic book panels, Kryptonite’s influence seeped into popular culture, becoming a symbol of weakness or vulnerability universally recognized. Its inclusion in Superman lore expanded the rich tapestry of his backstory, weaving in elements from his shattered home planet of Krypton. This expanded lore fueled adaptations across various media, ensuring that Kryptonite’s glow remained a fixture in the collective imagination of audiences worldwide. Imagine possessing the very page depicting the first image of Kryptonite-a historical artifact steeped in comic book lore. This page not only represents a creative milestone but also serves as a tangible connection to the origins of a character who transcends comic book pages. It’s a collector’s dream, a piece of cultural history that speaks to the enduring impact of a single idea within the realms of comics and beyond. In essence, Superman #61’s introduction of Kryptonite is more than a plot twist; it’s a narrative catalyst that propelled Superman into new realms of storytelling while leaving an indelible mark on popular culture. Owning the page showcasing this pivotal moment isn’t just ownership of paper and ink-it’s a testament to the creativity, imagination, and timeless allure of comic book storytelling.
Superman #61, 1949, CGC PG, page 17 only, 1st image of Kryptonite on this page
Superman #61 (1949) 1st Green Kryptonite! Origin retold! 1st Time to Krypton

Superman #61 (1949) 1st Green Kryptonite! Origin retold! 1st Time to Krypton

Superman #61 (1949) 1st Green Kryptonite! Origin retold! 1st Time to Krypton
Superman #61 (1949) 1st Green Kryptonite! Origin retold! 1st Time to Krypton
Superman #61 (1949) 1st Green Kryptonite! Origin retold! 1st Time to Krypton
Superman #61 (1949) 1st Green Kryptonite! Origin retold! 1st Time to Krypton
Superman #61 (1949) 1st Green Kryptonite! Origin retold! 1st Time to Krypton
Superman #61 (1949) 1st Green Kryptonite! Origin retold! 1st Time to Krypton
Superman #61 (1949) 1st Green Kryptonite! Origin retold! 1st Time to Krypton
Superman #61 (1949) 1st Green Kryptonite! Origin retold! 1st Time to Krypton
Superman #61 (1949) 1st Green Kryptonite! Origin retold! 1st Time to Krypton
Superman #61 (1949) 1st Green Kryptonite! Origin retold! 1st Time to Krypton
Superman #61 (1949) 1st Green Kryptonite! Origin retold! 1st Time to Krypton
Superman #61 (1949) 1st Green Kryptonite! Origin retold! 1st Time to Krypton
Superman #61 (1949) 1st Green Kryptonite! Origin retold! 1st Time to Krypton
Superman #61 (1949) 1st Green Kryptonite! Origin retold! 1st Time to Krypton
Superman #61 (1949) 1st Green Kryptonite! Origin retold! 1st Time to Krypton
Superman #61 (1949) 1st Green Kryptonite! Origin retold! 1st Time to Krypton

Superman #61 (1949) 1st Green Kryptonite! Origin retold! 1st Time to Krypton
This is an exciting comic book featuring Superman #61, published in 1949 by DC Comics. The story revolves around Superman’s origin and his first encounter with Kryptonite. It’s a must-read for fans of superheroes and US comics. The comic is part of the Golden Age era (1938-55) and is a great addition to any collection. The issue number is 61, and the series title is Superman. The comic is in excellent shape and is a first edition. The publisher is DC Comics, and the genre is superheroes. This comic book is a great find for collectors and fans alike.
Superman #61 (1949) 1st Green Kryptonite! Origin retold! 1st Time to Krypton
Superman 63 1950 DC Golden Age Superman Pinup Cover

Superman 63 1950 DC Golden Age Superman Pinup Cover

Superman 63 1950 DC Golden Age Superman Pinup Cover
Superman 63 1950 DC Golden Age Superman Pinup Cover
Superman 63 1950 DC Golden Age Superman Pinup Cover
Superman 63 1950 DC Golden Age Superman Pinup Cover
Superman 63 1950 DC Golden Age Superman Pinup Cover
Superman 63 1950 DC Golden Age Superman Pinup Cover
Superman 63 1950 DC Golden Age Superman Pinup Cover
Superman 63 1950 DC Golden Age Superman Pinup Cover
Superman 63 1950 DC Golden Age Superman Pinup Cover
Superman 63 1950 DC Golden Age Superman Pinup Cover
Superman 63 1950 DC Golden Age Superman Pinup Cover
Superman 63 1950 DC Golden Age Superman Pinup Cover
Superman 63 1950 DC Golden Age Superman Pinup Cover

Superman 63 1950 DC Golden Age Superman Pinup Cover
This is a rare and valuable Superman 63 comic book from 1950, featuring pin-up artwork of the iconic superhero. The publication year, type, format, and series title are all included in the detailed aspects section. The comic is in 3.5 Very Good- grade and is a single issue. The character, Superman (Clark Kent), is prominently featured in this action-packed comic book, which also includes appearances from the Justice League of America. The comic is part of the DC Universe and is a must-have for any collector of US Comics. This item falls under the categories of Collectibles, Comic Books & Memorabilia, Comics, and Comics & Graphic Novels.
Superman 63 1950 DC Golden Age Superman Pinup Cover
DC Comics SUPERMAN #78 Vol. 1 Sept. 52

DC Comics SUPERMAN #78 Vol. 1 Sept. 52

DC Comics SUPERMAN #78 Vol. 1 Sept. 52
DC Comics SUPERMAN #78 Vol. 1 Sept. 52
DC Comics SUPERMAN #78 Vol. 1 Sept. 52
DC Comics SUPERMAN #78 Vol. 1 Sept. 52
DC Comics SUPERMAN #78 Vol. 1 Sept. 52
DC Comics SUPERMAN #78 Vol. 1 Sept. 52
DC Comics SUPERMAN #78 Vol. 1 Sept. 52
DC Comics SUPERMAN #78 Vol. 1 Sept. 52
DC Comics SUPERMAN #78 Vol. 1 Sept. 52
DC Comics SUPERMAN #78 Vol. 1 Sept. 52
DC Comics SUPERMAN #78 Vol. 1 Sept. 52
DC Comics SUPERMAN #78 Vol. 1 Sept. 52
DC Comics SUPERMAN #78 Vol. 1 Sept. 52

DC Comics SUPERMAN #78 Vol. 1 Sept. 52
This is an amazing DC Comics Superman #78 Vol. Written by Wayne Boring, this Golden Age comic book features Superman, Perry White, and Flame-Dragon. It is a must-have collectible for any fan of US Comics and Comic Books & Memorabilia. The issue number is 1, and it is published by DC Comics. This series title is Superman, and it falls under the Comics & Graphic Novels category. Don’t miss out on the chance to own this piece of comic book history.
DC Comics SUPERMAN #78 Vol. 1 Sept. 52
Superman #58 FA/GD 1.5 1st appearance of Tiny Trix! 1949! DC Comics 1949

Superman #58 FA/GD 1.5 1st appearance of Tiny Trix! 1949! DC Comics 1949

Superman #58 FA/GD 1.5 1st appearance of Tiny Trix! 1949! DC Comics 1949
Superman #58 FA/GD 1.5 1st appearance of Tiny Trix! 1949! DC Comics 1949

Superman #58 FA/GD 1.5 1st appearance of Tiny Trix! 1949! DC Comics 1949
Superman #58 FA/GD 1.5 1st appearance of Tiny Trix! Centerfold detached; inner wraps fragile – splitting down spine; spine of cover split 107mm; cover detached. All uncertified books are graded to current market standards, taking into account what we know of CGC grading and Overstreet’s Grading Standards. Our graders have over 20 years of grading experience each. We do occassionally miss a defect on a book.
Superman #58 FA/GD 1.5 1st appearance of Tiny Trix! 1949! DC Comics 1949
Superman #55 Nice Repro CVR Colors Featured in Seduction of the Innocent

Superman #55 Nice Repro CVR Colors Featured in Seduction of the Innocent

Superman #55 Nice Repro CVR Colors Featured in Seduction of the Innocent
Superman #55 Nice Repro CVR Colors Featured in Seduction of the Innocent
Superman #55 Nice Repro CVR Colors Featured in Seduction of the Innocent
Superman #55 Nice Repro CVR Colors Featured in Seduction of the Innocent
Superman #55 Nice Repro CVR Colors Featured in Seduction of the Innocent
Superman #55 Nice Repro CVR Colors Featured in Seduction of the Innocent
Superman #55 Nice Repro CVR Colors Featured in Seduction of the Innocent
Superman #55 Nice Repro CVR Colors Featured in Seduction of the Innocent
Superman #55 Nice Repro CVR Colors Featured in Seduction of the Innocent

Superman #55 Nice Repro CVR Colors Featured in Seduction of the Innocent
This is a rare and highly sought after comic book featuring Superman #55 with a fantastic cover and vibrant colors. The comic was published by DC Comics during the Golden Age of US Comics and is a must-have for any collector or fan of superheroes. The comic is in 4.5 Very Good+ grade and is a vintage piece from the United States. It is a colorful addition to any collection and will surely impress any enthusiast. Original partial piece of cover included, last story in book is incomplete.
Superman #55 Nice Repro CVR Colors Featured in Seduction of the Innocent