The Impossible Collection: an archive of 1000 DC Comics

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The Impossible Collection: an archive of 1000 DC Comics

An archive of comics - thought to be one of the world's most important - has arrived in London.

The Impossible Collection was put together by Ayman Hariri, the entrepreneur son of a former Lebanese Prime Minister, and contains two copies of Action Comics 1 - the first book to feature superman. Each one is thought to be worth over £2million each.

Hariri told London Live why he started to gather them - and how his hobby led to him featuring in the movie: Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.

The exhibition was designed by Tupac Matir and was on display at the St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel.

The collection will be returning to London later this year as part of a world tour.

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