The value of Superman heart or stone?
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Action Comics (the Issue with the origin of Superman) original version in mint condition has fetched at auction in excess of US$ 275,000.oo Overstreets Comic Price Guide lists the value of them all...you can probably get this information off their website
Superman is a man whose abilities and moral values transcend to somewhere between civilization and God. His a man that metaphorically walks through the encaging boundaries of super practical perceptions of reality. With his selective allies and families. The opposite of the evil genius and mortal fo…r. (MORE)
The 1993 version printed by DC in the US goes for around $20 right now. Edit: It depends on the cover. The platinum edition, for example, goes for a lot more than the others. Anywhere from $50-$400.
I paid $200 to a friend for a 30-06 in used but working order. Origins of it are unknown. (I am using a friends computer)
No one can actually be superman because he is a fictional character created by people for entertainment,
hard hearted, not affectionate.. Well, I don't know but my best geuss would be the eldunari mentioned in the third book (Brisingr).
He lives life as Clark Kent working a job as a reporter for a newspaper called the Daily Planet. When there is trouble- he assumes the identity of Superman as a disguise so he can use his superpowers in public without anyone knowing it is actually Clark Kent doing all that stuff. His abilities are s…uperstrength, super flight, super hearing, super breath, heat vision, and X-ray vision. He does not kill his enemies as he fights for "truth, justice, and the American way". (MORE)
Superman was really from the planet Krypton- but it exploded and hewas sent to Earth where he was raised in Smallville, Kansas. Andthen he got a job at the daily planet.
There are actually several comics labeled Funeral for a Friend . It was part of a series referencing the death of Superman. Comics included in this are: . World Without a Superman . The Adventures of Superman #498: Death of a Legend . Action Comics #685, Featuring Supergirl: RE: Actions . L…egacy of Superman: Waverider at Vanishing Point . Superman: The Man of Steel #20: Funeral Day . Superman #76: Metropolis Mailbag 2 . Adventures of Superman #499: Grave Obsession . Action Comics #686: Who's Buried in Superman's Tomb? . Superman: The Man of Steel #21: Ghosts . Superman #77: The End . World Without Superman contains a storyline called Funeral for a Friend . The others have Funeral for a Friend headlined across the top of the front cover. To get the most accurate value, you would need to know which of these you have, along with what condition the comic is in. The CGC value for The Adventures of Superman #498: Death of a Legend currently stands at: $0.03 for poor condition up to $200.00 for gem mint. Also check if your issue number has a variant. For instance, there is a The Adventures of Superman #498, The Adventures of Superman #498A, and The Adventures of Superman #498B. This can dramatically effect values. (MORE)
i don't know but truly, this puzzle has been bothering me for many years. has anyone yet figured this out?
superman is a super cool dude who loves to eat pie on Sundays and has a really cool curl in his hair and loves cats his cats name is fluffy he loves poop
i do the cha cha like a sissy girl and my tiny little nipples went to France. that's how much its worth
Superman can do a lot of things no ordinary person can. He can fly, he has super strength, heat vision, X-ray vision, and super breath. He is also invulnerable to anything made on Earth. His only major weakness is kryptonite.
Action Comics #1 (features the origin of Superman) In Mint Condition has fetched over $275,000 $US at auction.
The price of the Death of Superman comic book will vary dependingon the condition. This comic book can be worth anywhere from $10 toover $200.
The value is diverse depending on many factors. One autographed by the actor portrayed can be purchased for less then $50.
United States Scott #1293. You can purchase a used copy for 25cents. A mint, or unused, copy would be $2.75.
HE CAME TO EARTH IN A PAD (SPACE-POD), depending on the comic your reading, HE LANDED IN AMERICA OR RUSSIA He was adopted by simple townsfolk who teach him the important human values - most importantly - the importance of helping others. He then discovered a whole range of different powers at his… disposal. SUPER STRENGTH Invulnerability Heat Vision Ice Breath Distance Vision Micro-Vision Ability to Fly X-Ray Vision and a whole host of other abilities such as brain power, magic S and telepathy. He is hurt by Kryptonite (or he loses his power when near it) Superman has never actually done anything except infiltrate the hearts and minds of all those still young at heart. He is a symbol of hope and personifies the ideals on selflessness. He is also a loner in a world where no one knows who he really is. He has fought baddies and protected goodies for a very long time. (MORE)
Death of Superman is by DC not marvel. Comics need about 20 years to start gaining value, so next year they'll start rising. Right now, depending on condition, about 1 Â½ times face value
A very cold and unfeeling nature, as in You'll get no sympathy from her; she has a heart of stone . This idea dates from ancient times and in English appeared in the Bible
First, you have to have the national dex. Then go to the poke'athlon place and go to your left to find a counter. Talk to her and she will give you a list of prizes( but you have to have points). Keep talking to her every day of the week, and one day she will have a fire stone.
You can get a fisherman's phone number and then someday he'll call you and make you come in where the fisherman battled you and maybe he might give you a water stone.
Yes. If you get 1st place in the bug catching contest, you could get one. Or you can go to the Seafoam Islands and there is one in there.
You can buy it in the pokeathleon dome. it costs 2500 points on some days
you get a water stone when you battle some trainers they tell you they found something go to the route where they are and you might get the water stone with luck
You can get a fire stone from the Pokeathalon sometimes for 2500 points, or sometimes as a reward for the Bug Catching Contest, or sometimes the Schoolboy Alan kid will call you with one
I know you can get them in the Pokethlon dome, at the prize exchange. Check back there every day and every now and then they have them, as well as pretty much every other stone you can possibly get.
You can get 1st place in the bug catching contest or get an action replay and cheat.(NOTE: The evolution stones that you get for winning th B.C.C. are random.)
i think you will have to trade it from another game with a Pokemon, good luck! :)
first you have go to the pokeathlon but make sure 1 of youre Pokemon has all the 5 badges ( or thing whatever ) then you got 1/2 and 2/2 go to 2/2 there is a sun stone a dawn stone and a dusk stone and a water stone i think you become al that on Friday i don't know it realy exacley ..... hope it …helps (MORE)
One of the easiest ways to get a moon stone is by going to Mount Moon Square. A few Clefairy will be dancing. Walk up to them, and they will run away, leaving behind a moon stone. Of course, there are other ways, too.
Well, if you've got the game I think you have, you can go to the Athlete Shop in the Pokeathlon Dome daily to see if they have it (it will take 2,500 Athlete Points.) If it is not the game I think you have, just look for Pokeballs on the ground. Or if you have the new Heart Gold, you can do both. Bu…t I think there isn't one in a Pokeball. (MORE)
Johto: National Park (1st in bug catching contest), Route 36 (Pokegear phone call) Or at the Pokeathlon shop on Thursdays and Sundays ( 2,500cp ) Kanto: Route 25 (Show Bill's Grandad a Growlthie (HG) Or Vulpix (SS) ) Sources: Serebii.net
Bill's grandfather, Fisherman Tully on Route 42, the first prize in the Bug-Catching Contest, the Seafoam Islands, and you can get it in the Athlete Shop in the Pokeathlon dome.
you go to Eterna City talk to an old man then you get an adventure kit or something like that then you go on to it (it goes on wifi) then mine for it by pressing on a sparkle in a wall and use the tools and pound.
Superman , issue # 151 "The Super- Creature From Krypton" in VG condition is selling for $ 22.00 .
I would suggest getting it from the second story of the Lost tower in Platinum, Pearl, or Diamond, then give it to a Pokemon and get a friend that has a DS to let you use it if you don't have more then one and trade the Pokemon with the oval stone to your HeartGold game.
Depending on which man is that 'Super'. I have no idea why your related topic is Justin Bieber or baboons, and Snow leopards. ~~Note: [If you are going to vandalize WikiAnswers, this question will be flagged, and thus removed.] ~~New notice: [Thank you for noticing this notice.] ~ ~~[Last edited by …Phillip Yifei Zhong] !~[From The Editors of WikiAnswers] (MORE)
Superman vs. Muhammad Ali HC (2010 Deluxe Edition) #1-1ST , is selling for $19.99 .
The Superman pep pin was made in every series of pep pins. So its not real rare like the Phantom or Felix the cat. In good condtion about 10 to 15 us dollars
Is it the one with a blue cover and superman emblem on it? If so, amazon has it listed at $2.11. I have the same comic and was doing a little research myself.
A heart of gold itself is an expression relating to someone kind. "They have a heart of gold".
It means that someone I guess rude or insensitive I guess, like, it means someone has no heart.
if your talking about it in leafgreen of firered version pokemon, take it to celio, and he will take it and tell you to get a ruby also, then you are able to trade with ruby, sapphire, and emerald games.
u melt it by not being sweet but telling him ure the one for him if u be yourself like say uve gone throu somethin in ure life he'll understand and kno how it feels
A man does not have a stone heart. It would not function. To melt stone apply copious amounts of heat.
Like many comics outside of the "golden age" and some "silver age", the Legacy of Superman is hardly worth the paper it is printed on in the modern market.
Generally we speak of someone having "a heart of stone." It means unmoved by another's distress..
In mint condition and if you find a collector who actually wants it; around $100 If there are any flaws whatsoever it will be worth considerably less; there is also a limited market for people interested in niche novelty items like this (in contrast to those who collect the toys or comics which a…re much more sought after) (MORE)
Without the issue number and condition you'll need to refer to theOverstreet Comic Book Price Guide .