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.
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What is the value of Superman issue 75 The Death of Superman Third Printin Printed in Canada?
i do the cha cha like a sissy girl and my tiny little nipples went to France. that's how much its worth ...
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It the death of Superman 93 a collectible edition?
The Death of Superman was issue #75 (vol 2), released in 1992. It was moderately valuable at one point, provided that it remained sealed in it's black plastic bag and contained the mourning armband. I recall seeing it go for $25-50 in various comic shops back in the day. However, there was a tremendous amount of them printed and the issue was made available in other forms as well, (TPBs, reprints) so the value fell. Sealed, they commonly sell these days for $10-20,...
How do you calculate the percentage decrease of 75 and 60?
20% % decrease = |original value - new value|/original value * 100% = |75 - 60|/75 * 100% = 15/75 * 100% = 0.20 * 100% = 20% ...
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Why don't superhero costumes get damaged?
because ...by the time the baddles over the super hero would be nacked They can and do. In the DC comics, at least, it's pretty common to see uniforms looking ragged by the end of an intense story arc. For a nice extreme example, Superman is practically naked at the climax of "The Death Of Superman" (Superman vol. 2 #75, 1992). Strangely enough, female superheros tend to loose larger pieces of their costumes than their male counterparts, but everyone's uniforms get damaged...
What is Death of Superman 75 Unopened and signed by Jerry Siegles and Dan worth?
Hello, As with most comics, the condition of the comic book is very important. This signed edition of Superman #75 was offered by Dynamic Forces in the eraly 1990's and should also include a Certificate of Authenticity. The correct names are: Jerry Siegel and Dan Jurgens. Jerry was one of the original creators of Superman way back in 1938. These comics range from $150-$350 if they have been certified by CGC (Certified Guaranty Company ). If I were you, I would keep...