Monday, February 22, 2010

Nerd Moment: Superman's Debut = $1 Million




NEW YORK – A rare copy of the first comic book featuring Superman sold Monday for $1 million, smashing the previous record price for a comic book.

A 1938 edition of Action Comics No. 1, widely considered the Holy Grail of comic books, was sold from a private seller to a private buyer, neither of whom released their names. The issue features Superman lifting a car on its cover and originally cost 10 cents.

The transaction was conducted by the auction site ComicConnect.com. Stephen Fishler, co-owner of the site and its sister dealership, Metropolis Collectibles, orchestrated the sale.

Fishler said it transpired minutes after the issue was put on sale at around 10:30 a.m. Eastern time (1530 GMT). He said that the seller was a "well known individual" in New York with a pedigree collection, and that the buyer was a known customer who previously bought an Action Comics No. 1 of lesser grade.

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Damn I gotta truck full of ollectibles I need to sort through and see if I'm sitting on some cash.

Oh and no matter the fact the Superman came first.....no one tops the "god damn Batman!!!"

1 comments:

Frankie said...

LMAOOOO @ the goddamn batman! Hmmmm the buyer/seller is anonymous. Was it YOU???

 
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