Action Comics

Publisher: DC
Published: Jun 1938
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  • 1st appearance of Superman
  • 1st appearance of Lois Lane
  • 1st appearance of Zatara, Zatanna's father
  • 1st appearance of Tex Thompson, later becomes Mr. America
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  • 2nd appearance of Superman
  • 2nd appearance of Lois Lane and Zatara
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  • 3rd appearance of Superman
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  • 5th appearance of Superman
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  • 1st appearance of Jimmy Olsen, unnamed, referred to only as Office Boy
  • 1st reference to Superman as "The Man of Steel" (newspaper headline)
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  • 2nd cover appearance of Superman
  • 1st time "Superman" is in print on a comic book cover
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  • First time Superman displays an extraordinary ability to hear
  • Cover art inspired by the 1919 painting 'Last of the Mohicans' by N.C. Wyeth
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  • Early Superman story
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  • 3rd cover appearance of Superman
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  • Debut of Superman's X-Ray Vision
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  • Advertisement for Detective Comics #27, Batman's 1st appearance
  • 1st cover appearance of Zatara
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  • 1st appearance of Ultra-Humanite (1st Superman supervillain)
  • Advertisement for Superman #1
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  • 1st appearance of Clip Carson
  • 2nd appearance of Zatara, the father of Zatanna
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  • Advertisement for the 1939 World's Fair
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  • 1st appearance of Lex Luthor (with red hair)
  • 1st mention of The Daily Planet
  • 1st appearance of Black Pirate
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  • 1st cover appearance of Lois Lane
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  • Debut of Krypto Ray Gun
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  • Tex Thompson becomes Mr. America, and later a member of the All-Star Squadron
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  • Origin of Congo Bill (becomes Congorilla)
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  • 1st appearance of the Star-Spangled Kid
  • 1st appearance of Stripsey, Pat Dugan who later becomes S.T.R.I.P.E.
  • Three-page original story advertising Star-Spangled Comics #1
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  • 1st appearance of Vigilante
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  • 1st appearance of Billy Gunn
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  • 1st appearance of Stuff the Chinatown Kid (Vigilante's sidekick)
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  • 1st cover appearance of Lex Luthor
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  • 1st appearance of the Prankster
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  • Mr. America becomes Americommando, a secret commando under President FDR ordered to infiltrate the Axis powers
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  • 3rd cover appearance of Lois Lane
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  • Racist WWII propaganda
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  • Lois Lane as Superwoman
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  • 1st appearance of Toyman
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  • 2nd appearance of Mr. Mxyzptlk
  • 1st cover appearance of Mr. Mxyzptlk
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  • 1st team appearance of Hocus Pocus (Doc and Flannelhead)
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  • 1st time Superman flies
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  • Early Golden Age super-villain team-up (Lex Luthor, the Prankster and Mr. Mxyztplk)
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  • Origin of Superman retold
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  • Debut of Green Kryptonite
  • The first classic representation of Kryptonite
  • In Action Comics #141, Lex Luthor synthesizes Kryptonite that is green in appearance but ineffective
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  • 1st issue of Action Comics published during the Silver-Age (1956-1970)
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  • Variant error cover, incorrectly numbered as issue #233
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  • 'Death of Superman' story
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  • Introduction of the Fortress of Solitude
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  • 1st appearance and origin of Brainiac
  • 1st appearance of the Bottle City of Kandor, the capital city of Krypton
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  • 1st appearance of Congorilla (formerly Congo Bill)
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  • 1st appearance of Supergirl
  • 1st appearance of Metallo
  • 1st appearance of Zor-El, the father of Supergirl
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  • 2nd appearance of Supergirl
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  • 1st appearance and origin of Bizarro #1, an imperfect version of Superman
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  • 1st appearance of Bizarro Lois Lane
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  • 1st appearance of Streaky the Supercat
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  • Introduction of the concept that Kryptonians derive their powers from Earth's yellow sun
  • Introduction of the concept that Kryptonians are as powerful as ordinary humans under their native planet's red sun
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  • 1st appearance and origin of Bizarro World
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  • 3rd appearance of the Legion of Super-Heroes
  • 1st meeting of the Legion and Supergirl
  • 1st appearance of Chameleon Boy
  • 1st appearance of Invisible Kid
  • 1st appearance of Colossal Boy
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  • Debut of Red/Green Kryptonite
  • Causes mutations, an extra eye on the back of Superman's head in this issue
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  • 1st appearance of Sun Boy
  • 1st appearance of Phantom Girl
  • 1st appearance of Triplicate Girl
  • 1st appearance of Bouncing Boy
  • 1st appearance of Shrinking Violet
  • 1st appearance of Braniac 5
  • Supergirl joins the Legion of Super-Heroes
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  • Supergirl is introduced to the world
  • Classic cover art by Curt Swan
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  • Origin of Comet the Superhorse
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  • Anniversary of Action Comics issue #300
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  • 1st appearance of the Black Flame (Zora Vi-Lar)
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  • Appearance of President John F. Kennedy who had been assassinated days before the issue went on sale
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  • Debut of Jewel Kryptonite
  • Enhances the mental abilities of criminals trapped inside the Phantom Zone to affect events throughout the universe
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  • 1st appearance Zigi and Zagi
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  • 1st appearance of Parasite
  • Includes a double-page pin-up of Superman
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  • 1st appearance of Bizarro Supergirl and Bizarro Jr.
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  • Giant-Size issue featuring Supergirl
  • Origin of Supergirl
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  • 2nd appearance of Parasite
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  • Superman contracts Virus X, a Kryptonite-based disease capable of killing him
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  • Giant-Size issue featuring Supergirl
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  • Anniversary of Action Comics issue #400
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  • 1st appearance of Human Target
  • Classic cover art by Neal Adams
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  • 1st appearance of Captain Horatio Strong, a character reminiscent of Popeye who gains his strength from an organic seaweed called Sauncha
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  • 1st appearance of Toyman (Jack Nimball)
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  • 1st artwork on Green Arrow by Mike Grell
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  • 16-page promotional reprint referred to as the "sleeping bag" version due to an ad for sleeping bags on the back cover
  • $0.10 cover price
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  • 16-page promotional comic given away with the purchase of Safeguard deodorant (1976)
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  • 1st appearance of Blackrock
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  • First use of the iconic 'bullet' DC logo on an Action Comics cover
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  • 1st appearance of Faora Hu-Ul, a serial killer targeting Kryptonian males
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  • 1st appearance of Supermobile
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  • 1st appearance of Microwave Man
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  • Anniversary of Action Comics issue 500
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  • Whitman variant
  • Very low print run
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  • 1st team appearance of H.I.V.E., the Hierarchy of International Vengeance and Extermination
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  • 1st appearance of Vixen, the first black female member of the Justice League of America
  • [October 2020 - a unconfirmed project is rumored to be in the works for HBO Max]
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  • 16-page reprint of Action Comics #1
  • Obtained by mail after submitting two labels of peanut butter branded with Superman as a spokesman
  • Celebration of Superman's 45th anniversary
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  • Reprint of Action Comics #1 with a Nestle advertisement on the back cover and a $0.10 cover price
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  • Debut appearance of Lex Luthor's Warsuit
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  • First written work in the comic book industry by Mark Waid
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  • Written by Alan Moore titled "Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow?" part 2
  • 1st full appearance of Jonathan Elliot, the super-powered baby son of Superman and Lois in an alternate reality where the Clark Kent identity was revealed and changed to Jordan Elliot
  • Story continued from Superman #423 where Jonathan makes a one panel appearance, unnamed
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  • 1st appearance and origin of Sleez, a troll-like alien from the sewers of Apokolips
  • 1st appearance of a pimp named "Fancy Man"
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  • Controversial story
  • Sleez, an alien from Apokolips, nearly succeeds in using mind-control to produce a sex-tape for Grossman Pictures starring Superman and Big Barda
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  • 1st appearance of Silver Banshee, an enemy of Superman who can instantly kill a person with her Death Wail
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  • 1st team appearance of Checkmate: Harvey Bullock, Harry Stein, Knight-Two
  • Metropolis is misspelled on the cover
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  • Reprint of Superman's first appearance in celebration of the 50 year anniversary of Action Comics #1
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  • Anniversary issue celebrating Superman's 50th year
  • Cover homage to Superman Annual #7
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  • 1st team appearance of the second Secret Six
  • Death of Katma Tui
  • Mockingbird's identity revealed
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  • 1st appearance of the second Phantom Lady, Dee Tyler
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  • Homophobic slurs printed on protest signs
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  • 1st appearance of Maxima. a representative of Almerac sent out into the galaxy to find a mate to repopulate her world
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  • 1st appearance of Blaze, the demon sister of Satanus
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  • Clark Kent tells Lois Lane that he is Superman
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  • 1st appearance of the second Atomic Skull (Joe Martin)
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  • 16-page promotional insert included in multiple DC publications, often removed and sold erroneously as a rarer issuance
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  • 4th cameo appearance of Doomsday, the mysterious fist succeeds in punching a hole through the steel door with a caption that reads '...Doomsday Is Here!'
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  • Doomsday reaches the city limits of Metropolis
  • Every page of this issue has exactly three panels except the first page
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  • DC Universe logo
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  • 'Funeral for a Friend' part 2
  • Cover art inspired by Action Comics #1
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  • 'Funeral for a Friend' part 6
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  • DC Universe logo
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  • 1st full appearance of the Eradicator, referred to as The Last Son of Krypton
  • Introduction of the Kryptonian Regeneration Matrix, the technology that would resurrect Superman
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  • Resurrection of Superman
  • Debut of Superman's black suit, intended to aid in his regeneration
  • July 2020 - Zack Snyder revealed a clip of Superman in his black suit during JusticeCon
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  • The Last Son of Krypton becomes the Eradicator
  • 'Reign of the Supermen' tie-in
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  • Anniversary of Action Comics issue #700
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  • DC Universe logo
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  • DC Universe logo
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  • 1st appearance of Demolitia, a new vigilante using Bloodsport's tech
  • Cover art inspired by Superman #4 (1987)
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  • DC Universe logo
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  • 1st appearance of Dominus, a Lord of Order
  • Dominus to reappear after two decades
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  • Reprint of Action Comics #1 distributed in 1998 by the US Post Office commemorating 50 years of Superman
  • Scarce issue, sealed with a book of Superman stamps
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  • 1st appearance of Encantadora
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  • 1st appearance of Scarlet Scythe
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  • 1st team appearance of The Elite: Manchester Black, Coldcast, Menagerie and The Hat
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  • Newsstand Edition, indicated by the barcode
  • 1st team appearance of The Elite led by Manchester Black
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  • Cover art by Drew Struzan is an homage to Action Comics #1
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  • Natasha Irons becomes Steel
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  • 1st appearance of Livewire in regular DC continuity
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  • 1st appearance of Christopher Kent AKA Lor Zod, the son of General Zod and Ursa
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  • 1st appearance of General Zod, Non and Ursa as they are represented in the Superman movie
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  • Christopher Kent revealed to be Lor-Zod, the son of General Zod and Ursa
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  • Recalled cover depicts Clark Kent drinking a beer
  • Re-released with Clark Kent drinking a soda pop
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  • Death of Pa Kent, after suffering a heart attack
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  • Variant cover art by Ivan Reis, celebrating DC's 75th anniversary
  • Cover inspired by Superman #199 (1967)
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  • 1st cover appearance of Death on a mainstream DC book
  • It is a common misconception that Death first appears in DC’s mainstream universe in this issue but a decade earlier she appears in Captain Atom #42. In fact, she appears in the Marvel Universe prior to her appearance in Action Comics when she makes a cameo at the wedding of Rick Jones and Marlo Chandler in the Incredible Hulk #418
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  • Variant cover art by P. Craig Russell
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  • Reprint of Action Comics #1 in it's 68-page entirety
  • Distributed by Loot Crate
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  • 1st full appearance of Lor-Zod
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  • Rare second printing
  • Identifiable by the DC Universe logo in the bottom right corner
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  • 1st appearance of Rogol Zaar, a villain named after the doctor who saved Brian Michael Bendis's life after he contracted MRSA
  • Cover art by Jim Lee
  • Interior stories and art by various notable creators
  • Includes a previously unpublished Curt Swan illustrated story
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  • Variant cover art by Gabriele Dell'Otto
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  • Variant virgin cover art by Gabriele Dell'Otto
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  • 1st cover appearance of Rogol Zaar
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  • Beginning of Brian Michael Bendis's run on the series
  • 1st appearance of Red Cloud
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  • Variant silver-foil cover art by Jim Lee
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  • Variant cover art by Francis Manapul
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  • Origin of Red Cloud
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  • 1st appearance of Leone, a new antagonist with unknown motives
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  • Introduction of a synthesized Kryptonite that provides a temporary disguise
  • Superman appears to be an African-American man who goes by the name 'Chaz'
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  • 1st crossover cameo appearance of Naomi (final page)
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  • Origin of Red Cloud
  • Leviathan joins the Legion of Doom
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  • DC 4-packs have landed at participating Walmarts
  • ⚠️ Answers To Frequently Asked Questions
  • Comics are usually found in the same section as baseball and Pokémon cards
  • We will add new Walmart comics to the database if they begin to consistently resell for $10+
  • We do not know if or when specific Walmarts will stock the issues
  • It is your choice to open the 4-pack or keep it sealed - Marvel packs at times have had individual exclusives that are sought after, DC lately has been repackaging issues already released in comics shops with a cardboard backing and an illustration that creates a connecting image
  • DC has been less in-demand than Marvel because they are not exclusive covers
  • There are multiple different 4-packs, this image is an example to pass along the message
  • There is no guarantee that the packs will sell for higher than the original retail price or maintain value after the first week
  • Thank you Phillip Bell for the heads up
  • We are being told that a Legion of Super-Heroes #6 (Gold Lantern) is in the pack with the Outsiders facing frontwards
  • There is a Wonder Woman movie variant that is the same cover as the one distributed in stores but a different UPC
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  • 1st cameo appearance of Thao-La
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  • 1st full appearance of Thao-La, refugee from Warworld
  • [May 2021 - the character who appears in full in this issue is also on the solicited cover for Action Comics #1033 and #1034. She'll be around for at least a few months and could develop into a more significant player with a solid character design]
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  • 1st team appearance of the Warzoons, servants of Mongul: Mother, Orphan, Unmade, Darling, Teacher, Chaytil
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  • 1st appearance of Kryl-Ux, a Phaelosian Kryptonian mentor
  • Possible cameo in Action Comics #1037
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Action Comics #1 $155k $475k $2.8M
Action Comics #2 $8.8k $18k $119k
Action Comics #3 $6k $18k $77k
Action Comics #4 $3k $9k $39k
Action Comics #5 $3k $9k $39k
Action Comics #6 $3k $9k $39k
Action Comics #7 $23k $68k $232k
Action Comics #8 $2.2k $6.5k $29k
Action Comics #9 $2.2k $6.5k $29k
Action Comics #10 $17k $51k $163k
Action Comics #11 $1k $3k $12k
Action Comics #12 $2.1k $6.4k $27.8k
Action Comics #13 $10k $30k $88k
Action Comics #14 $1k $3k $12k
Action Comics #15 $1.9k $6.6k $26.5k
Action Comics #23 $2.2k $6.8k $27k
Action Comics #29 $380 $2.8k $9.5k
Action Comics #32 $270 $810 $3.3k
Action Comics #33 $330 $975 $4.1k
Action Comics #37 $270 $810 $3.3k
Action Comics #40 $460 $1.4k $5.8k
Action Comics #42 $270 $810 $3.3k
Action Comics #43 $260 $770 $2.8k
Action Comics #45 $260 $770 $2.8k
Action Comics #47 $360 $1.1k $4.4k
Action Comics #51 $235 $700 $2.5k
Action Comics #52 $300 $1k $3.8k
Action Comics #57 $215 $650 $2.4k
Action Comics #58 $270 $810 $3.3k
Action Comics #60 $210 $625 $2.3k
Action Comics #64 $170 $500 $1.9k
Action Comics #80 $95 $275 $850
Action Comics #83 $100 $300 $1k
Action Comics #123 $80 $230 $840
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