Amazing Fantasy No. 15
August 1960, with the comic book series scheduled for cancellation, but sales proved to be one of Marvel’s highest at the time and The Amazing Spider-Man was quickly launched.
Flash Comics No. 1
Detective Comics No. 27
Superman No. 1
Action Comics No. 1
“Action Comics #1 is the Holy Grail of comic books. Before Action Comics #1, there was no such thing as a superhero or a man who could fly. Comics weren’t even that popular. It’s the single most important event in comic book history.” ~Stephen Fishler
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