Superman is an ongoing American comic book series featuring the DC Comics superhero Superman as its main protagonist. Superman began as one of several . Superman is a comic book published by DC Comics. The character Superman began as one of several anthology features in the National Periodical. Found some vintage Superman comic books? Find out what your Superman or Action Comics are worth at Sell My Comic Books.
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No other copies of Action Comics 1 have been graded higher and only one other has ever received a 9. There are only around original copies believed to still be in existence, the New York Post reported.
Christopher Reeve famous played Superman in the s and '80s. Most books have a history Adams's copy was particularly well preserved because the original owner kept it in a cedar chest at high altitude in the mountains of West Virginia after downloading it from a newsstand in It remained there until he died, and was later sold to Adams for a seven-figure sum.
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Become a member. Mail This Article. The Death of Superman. One of my favorite graphic novels and it never gets old. It brings me back to my younger days. If you have not read this title then I feel sorry for you.
The Real Man of Steel Superman: Comic Chapter Books. Bought for my nephew for Christmas as he needed to read more chapter books for school.
This book is more weighted on reading and the story line and a few pages with comic imagery. So glad I got this for my five-year-old son last Christmas. It's very appropriate for that age. My biggest gripe is that it's only available in paperback and not hardcover. With the beating this book has taken in the past six months, I have doubts it will still be around in a year or two when he is finally able to read it to himself.
The Dark Side of Apokolips Superman: Only 10 left in stock more on the way. Superman The Dark Side Of Apokolips is a book that is part comic and part chapter book about Superman who, in addition being super strong and able to fly, has some interesting powers, like ice breath.
He leads a rebellion against an evil villain, Darkseid, who enslaved the people of planet Apokolips! This book is great for beginner readers and kids who still like picture books because it has a page of comics in every chapter. It has limited amount of violence, which is good for younger readers.
It also teaches crucial lessons like teamwork, reliability, and kindness. But this book is also excellent for older kids who resent reading. I would give this book 4 stars for good lessons, attractive pictures and good writing.
I wish it had more humor. Review by Maccabee, age 10, Atlanta Mensan. Superman Classic: It's a great book for new readers. Simple text, easy to comprehend, and engaging. Covers all the cool Superman stuff. My 3 year old nephew is very advanced, I've started to download him level one and two books as he is beginning to read on his own.
For a typically developing reader in this age range, I'd go with level one books. Only 16 left in stock more on the way.
Arrived on time and as described. A new title, The Adventures of Superman , premiered with , continuing the numbering of the original Superman series.
The initial team working on the renamed title was writer Marv Wolfman and artist Jerry Ordway. The Adventures of Superman was numbered from issue January to issue April , for a total of monthly issues including issue 0 October published between issues and during the Zero Hour crossover event and issue 1,, November during the DC One Million crossover event and nine Annuals published between to The plots of the Superman books were often linked during the first few years of the series run.
To coordinate the storyline and sequence of event, from January to January , "triangle numbers" or "shield numbers" appeared on the cover of each Superman comic book. During these years the Superman story lines ran with the story continuing through the titles Superman , Action Comics and later in two further series, Superman: The Man of Steel and Superman: