How Much Is My Death Of Superman #75 Worth?

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The value of your comic, The Death of Superman No.75, will be very dependent on its condition and individuality. If it is signed and has a Certificate of Authenticity, then it could sell for anything between $150 and $350. There was also a Platinum Edition made available with a unique cover that, at auction, could fetch as little as $50 or as much as $400. If you have a copy of the 1993 normal version in mint condition then it can be valued at around $20, although this is probably the maximum.

No. 75, ‘The Death of Superman’, saw the conclusion of an ongoing storyline in 1992. Superman engages in battle with ultimate bad-guy and killing machine Doomsday, which concludes with both fighters dying of their injuries. The comic was only made up of 22 panels, each of which filled a whole page, and was reproduced along with the rest of the ‘Death of Superman’ storyline in a trade paperback.

The comics to follow No. 75 saw the characters and the public deal with a ‘World without a Superman’. After a three-month hiatus of Superman comics, the producer DC Comics returned with four new superheroes each claiming to be a superman in ‘The Reign of the Supermen’. These four heroes were The Man of Steel, The Man of Tomorrow, The Metropolis Kid and The Last Son of Krypton.

Each hero had aspects of the original Superman in them, but in time the real Superman does appear. The Last Son of Krypton stole Superman’s body and put it in the regeneration matrix in the Fortress of Solitude. Over time, Superman drew on his recovering powers to power himself before the matrix broke open and the original Superman emerged. To prove he is the original, Superman mentions To Kill a Mockingbird, Clark Kent’s favourite film.
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The book that I  black cover over book not opened s symbol re on it says Dan Jurgene 264/7500 botton signd also Brett breeding  also  have cert. Of death  0264 what is ths wort h excellent condition never opened

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