The third time Action Comics has appeared in this series, issue #7 is a strange choice. A very sought after issue because of its rarity, it continues the style of the time in having a mix of small stories inside. in this case there are seven overall, with six being essentially throwaway stories. The headliner is Superman and this is the second time the character had ever appeared on a comic cover.
The Superman story is a pretty stupid one, revolving around the attempted sabotage of a circus, of all things. The legendarily powerful Superman of the modern time is clearly yet to develop. Nevertheless, probably one of the ten most valuable DC Golden Age comics of all time.
For the uninitiated, this series of ‘Premium SIlver Foils’ is comprised of relatively huge silver foils of 35 grams in weight. They reproduce classic DC Comics covers and do so very well, we have to say. They are easy to display and good value compared to an original. One of these in a very average condition would make $30k with relative ease. Available now and added to our guide to the series.
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