Action Comics #432 - CBCS CERTIFIED (DC, 1974) CGC VF/NM 9.0 White pages.Click the image to load the highest resolution version.
DescriptionAction Comics #432 (D.C. Comics, 1974). 2/1974 - Nick Cardy cover. "Target of the Toymen!", Cary Bates story, art by Curt Swan and Murphy Anderson; Clark Kent is shooting a commercial at the airport when a criminal similar to the Toyman shrinks and steals a 707; The new Toyman is able to escape, forcing Superman to abandon the chase to protect the residents; Within a few days, a nuclear submarine and a solar-powered train are stolen as this new Toyman intends to ransom off the stolen vehicles. "The Million-Dollar Methuselah Contract" Len Wein story, art by Dick Giordano. The Human Target, Christopher Chance is hired by millionarie oilman Henderson Repp, who suspects his nephew is trying to kill him.
Page Quality: White
Pedigree: CBCS CERTIFIED
Artists/Writers: Cary Bates and Len Wein stories Curt Swan and Dick Giordano art Nick Cardy cover
Significance: 1st appearance of the new Toyman (Jack Nimball). Toyman (Winslow Schott) appearance. Human Target backup story.
CGC census 5/20: 4 in 9.0, 40 higher.
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