JFK & Superman Comic Sells for $112K

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A comic book about Superman and President Kennedy sells for over $100,000.  The issue came out just one day after President Kennedy’s death in 1963.  In the issue, Superman needs help and the President poses as Clark Kent in disguise.  Last week at an auction at Hakes Americana in York County, the issue sold for $112,000.  And the shop’s owner says the issue shows how beloved the President was in America.  The seller bought the issue in 1974 for just $75 and was sold to an international comic collector.

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