Nicolas Cage just wants his stolen comics back

It’s no secret that Nicolas Cage is a big fan of comics. The iconic actor almost played Superman, played Ghost Rider, and even named his son Kal-El. Cage previously owned a bunch of high-value comics, including Action comics #1, which features Superman’s debut. In 2000, these comics were stolen from Cage’s home, but some were recovered in 2011. Cage later sold Action comics #1 for a record $2.1 million. However, not all of the comics have been picked up, including Cage’s copy of Detective comic #27. In fact, all these years later, Cage is still hoping that his missing comics will be returned to him. The actor is currently promoting his new film, The unbearable weight of massive talentand a new promo for the film shows him pleading for his comics.

Cage was answering questions from fans, including what real treasure he could steal if he had the chance since his national treasure character went after the declaration of independence. “I just want my comics back,” Cage explained. “They were stolen, you know, I bought those books at a really good price and now they’re like 10 million dollar treasures. Someone has them in a treasure chest somewhere and I – s please return them, because I could do a lot with this. I could donate them to charity at this point. You can watch the video, which includes a fake hotline number, below:

Cage answered lots of fun questions this month in honor of his upcoming movie. Yesterday it was revealed that the actor wanted to be in a Muppet movie. Cage also participated in a Reddit AMA last week and shared some fun facts about his career. He revealed his favorite Nic Cage movies, shared he wanted David Lynch to appear in Massive talentand said he would be there to make a Face/Stop 2. A fan asked if Cage had any dream roles, and the actor revealed he’d love to play Jules Verne’s Captain Nemo.

In The unbearable weight of massive talent, Cage plays himself alongside Pedro Pascal, who plays a billionaire Cage super-fan who hires the actor to come to his birthday party.‘s Patrick Cavanaugh called the film a “charmingly authentic celebration of Nicolas Cage” in his review, which is exactly why we’ve refreshed the actor’s filmography. Previously, we organized a Front/Off watch party and we’ll be back on Twitter for a ghost rider watch party on April 16 at 9 p.m. CT.

The unbearable weight of massive talent hits theaters April 22.

Daniel K. Denny