Superman #168 Apr 1964 Comic Book

vintage comic book

Special All Lex Luthor issue

Era: Silver Age Superman #168 Apr 1964

Condition as per photograph.

Due to the Superman character's popularity after his premiere in Action Comics #1, National Allied Publications decided to launch an entirely new magazine featuring a single character, which at that time was unprecedented. Superman #1 appeared on the shelves in the summer of 1939. Superman now also had the distinction of being the first ever hero-character featured in more than one comic magazine. 

Superman was the first DC title with a letters column as a regular feature beginning with issue #124 (September 1958). In the view of comics historian Les Daniels, artist Curt Swan became the definitive artist of Superman in the early 1960s with a "new look" to the character that replaced Wayne Boring's version. Writer Jim Shooter and Swan crafted the story "Superman's Race With the Flash!" in Superman #199 (Aug. 1967) which featured the first race between the Flash and Superman, two characters known for their super-speed powers.

Supplied in pro plastic bag and will be posted in a hard envelope to ensure it arrives with you the way it let us.

We have priced our comic books based upon a fair estimation of its condition and the market price as detailed through Comic Book Realm. We are not professional comic book graders.

Superman #168 Apr 1964 Comic Book

$154.00
vintage comic book
Superman #168 Apr 1964 Comic Book

Superman #168 Apr 1964 Comic Book

$154.00
vintage comic book
$154.00

Special All Lex Luthor issue

Era: Silver Age Superman #168 Apr 1964

Condition as per photograph.

Due to the Superman character's popularity after his premiere in Action Comics #1, National Allied Publications decided to launch an entirely new magazine featuring a single character, which at that time was unprecedented. Superman #1 appeared on the shelves in the summer of 1939. Superman now also had the distinction of being the first ever hero-character featured in more than one comic magazine. 

Superman was the first DC title with a letters column as a regular feature beginning with issue #124 (September 1958). In the view of comics historian Les Daniels, artist Curt Swan became the definitive artist of Superman in the early 1960s with a "new look" to the character that replaced Wayne Boring's version. Writer Jim Shooter and Swan crafted the story "Superman's Race With the Flash!" in Superman #199 (Aug. 1967) which featured the first race between the Flash and Superman, two characters known for their super-speed powers.

Supplied in pro plastic bag and will be posted in a hard envelope to ensure it arrives with you the way it let us.

We have priced our comic books based upon a fair estimation of its condition and the market price as detailed through Comic Book Realm. We are not professional comic book graders.