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A 1938 comic book featuring the first appearance of Superman was sold for a record $6 million to an anonymous collector, announced by the auction house Heritage Auctions.

The comic, titled “Action Comics No. 1,” is described as the most important comic book ever published, featuring a version of Superman that was later used in subsequent comics and movies.

The comic also marks the first appearance of Lois Lane, the journalist whom Superman falls in love with.

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The previous record for the sale of a comic book was also held by a Superman issue, which sold for $5.3 million in 2022.

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