Somehow, Superman wasn't a sure thing. DC Comics, then National Periodicals, was so uncertain that the second cover to the Action series, prepared before the initial issue hit the stands, didn't even feature the Man of Steel on its cover. “Action #2 is arguably even scarcer than the first as the number of copies on the CGC census are less than half that of the mighty Action Comics #1,” ComicConnect’s COO Vincent Zurzolo said. “The stunning Leo O’Mealia cover features an unusually subtle color palette and is a wonder to behold.”
A copy of Action Comics #2 CGC 7.5 is currently taking bids in ComicConnect’s Spring Special Auction. In addition, rarity seekers will find Action Comics #21 CGC 8.5, Adventure Comics #52 CGC 9.4 Church Copy, Adventure Comics #61 CGC 7.0 (first appearance of Starman), two copies of Batman #1, More Fun Comics #56 CGC 9.2 Church Copy, New Adventure Comics #27 CGC 6.5, Superman #1, and Suspense Comics #3 CGC 8.0 R.
The auction end-dates are as follows:
Session 1 (Abbott & Costello – Canteen Kate) May 1, 2017
Session 2 (Captain America – Fantastic Four) May 2, 2017
Session 3 (Fantastic Four – Mystic Comics) May 3, 2017
Session 4 (National Comics – Supernatural Thrillers) May 4, 2017
Session 5 (Superworld Comics – Zoot) May 5, 2017
ComicConnect is currently accepting consignments for their next major auction. Contact them today to reserve space as it is on a first come, first served basis. Call toll free (888) 779-7377 or email their staff at email@example.com. Cash advances up to $5 million are available.