Action Comics #1053 Cover G Eleonora Carlini International Womens Day Card Stock Variant (1938)

USD $6.25 Dan Jurgens [Writer] Phillip Kennedy Johnson [Writer] Leah Williams [Writer] Published by-DC Entertainment

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No livin' thing's supposed to have power like this. No matter how blue your eyes are or how pretty your face is, you're just as much a monster as me."" War rages on between Metropolis's two men of steel, Superman and Metallo! As Metallo's new body continues to evolve in unexpected and nightmarish ways, the voice of his ""operating system"" has been changing too, testing the limits of his sanity. Finally, when his alien tech takes on a life of its own and infects the most violent members of the Blue Earth movement, the resultant abominations target Superman’s greatest strength and greatest weakness: his family! Introducing the first appearance of the Necrohive!

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The price of "Action Comics #1053 Cover G Eleonora Carlini International Womens Day Card Stock Variant (1938)" at DreamDaze Comics Fun & Games is USD $6.25.

"Action Comics #1053 Cover G Eleonora Carlini International Womens Day Card Stock Variant (1938)" is associated with the Superman brand.

The publisher of "Action Comics #1053 Cover G Eleonora Carlini International Womens Day Card Stock Variant (1938)" is DC Entertainment.

The genre of "Action Comics #1053 Cover G Eleonora Carlini International Womens Day Card Stock Variant (1938)" is Superheroes.

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The artists of "Action Comics #1053 Cover G Eleonora Carlini International Womens Day Card Stock Variant (1938)" are Rafael Sandoval, Marguerite Sauvage, and Lee Weeks.

The writers of "Action Comics #1053 Cover G Eleonora Carlini International Womens Day Card Stock Variant (1938)" are Dan Jurgens, Phillip Kennedy Johnson, and Leah Williams.