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You could say it's a simple matter of supply and demand there are so many people out there would love to own this -- we're getting calls every day.
From all over the world.
Comic book fans need super -- wallets if they hope to add this rare copy of action comics number one to their collections.
Experts expect the comic which was printed in 1938 and features the first appearance of Superman.
To break the previous price record of one point five million dollars when it sells and an online auction on Wednesday.
It is the first appearance of the first superhero.
Is the first superhero with out Superman without his popularity you would never have the demand for other superheroes.
Nothing this particular copy of action comics was stolen from the home of an American collector eleven years ago.
Leads to turn cold until amazingly the comic turned up unharmed in a storage -- in San Fernando Valley last April what makes this comic book very interest thing -- it was.
Printed with three.
Which helped us to identify effort had been -- the comic book is being auctioned by comic connect dot com.
There's a -- isn't surprised that rare high quality comics are selling for more than a million dollars people -- call.
Happy -- times of their lives which are usually their child when they were first inch Jews too complex and as you grow older you come to a point in life -- like to recapture some of -- -- They're also people who simply believe in them as.
A very very important American art form.
Pop culture iconic characters.
And want to have a piece of that.
A copy of action comics number one was stolen from the home of actor Nicolas Cage in 2000 however there's -- -- says that -- confidentiality agreement prevents him from saying whether the comic being auctioned is the same one.
This is -- Stillman with the New York Post.
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