Skip to main content
Go to accessibility notice

    Description

    Action 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.

    Publisher: DC
    Category: Universal
    Page Quality: White
    Pedigree: CBCS CERTIFIED
    Artists/Writers: Cary Bates and Len Wein stories "Curt Swan, Murphy Anderson and" "Dick Giordano art, Nick Cardy cover"
    Significance: Human Target backup story. Toyman appearance.
    CGC census 1/19: 4 in 9.0, 36 higher.


    Shipping, Taxes, Terms and Bidding
    View Shipping in Cart.

    Sales Tax information  |  Terms and Conditions

    Glossary of Terms

    What is Comic Market? Heritage Auctions now allows approved members to offer CGC-certified comics and some comic art/memorabilia through the Comic Market section of our website. This item is not part of Heritage's inventory. Heritage is acting as broker and escrow agent for comics available from multiple sources. The image and description have been provided by the consignor, so Heritage makes no representations as to the accuracy of the descriptions or photography or the fairness of the pricing. This item is subject to prior sale and price may change without notice. All Comic Market items carry an unconditional return privilege with the following terms: 1) the book must be returned to Comic Market by the buyer no later than 3 days from receipt, 2) Send email here within that 3-day time period stating that the book is going to be returned, 3) the item must be received by Comic Market in the same condition within 7 days from receipt by buyer, and 4) the buyer will be charged a 3% (minimum $9 per book) restock fee. No Buyer's Premium is charged on Comic Market items.