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Superman’s first flight up for auction

The very first appearance of Superman in a comic book - "Action Comics" number one, from June, 1938. SOUNDBITE: Vincent Zurzolo, co-owner, Metropolis Collectibles, Inc. & Comicconnect Corp, saying (English): "This comic book in the world of collecting is viewed as the greatest book you could own." Co-owner of Metropolis Collectibles, Vincent Zurzolo says the find is "just like a treasure" and marks the birth of Superman and all superheroes. The comic was found by a man in Hoffman, Minnesota, inside the walls of a home he bought for around $10,000 U.S. dollars. SOUNDBITE: Vincent Zurzolo, co-owner, Metropolis Collectibles, Inc. & Comicconnect Corp, saying (English): "He gets into the house and realizes there is going to be a lot of remodeling done here and he starts tearing down the drywall. Tearing down the walls and he finds insulation and also comic books. And one of the comic books he finds and the most valuable comic books he found is this comic

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