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Eclipse
VF: 8.0
Pg. 20; Tom Yeates art; from the classic 3-D comic available only at Disneyland/Disneyworld; image size 14.5" x 22"
featuring Michael Jackson!
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Eclipse
VF: 8.0
Pg. 25; Tom Yeates art; from the classic 3-D comic available only at Disneyland/Disneyworld; image size 15" x 22.25"; matted 22" x 28"
featuring Michael Jackson!
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Eclipse
VF: 8.0
Pg. 27; Tom Yeates art; from the classic 3-D comic available only at Disneyland/Disneyworld; image size 15" x 22"
featuring Michael Jackson!
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Eclipse
VF: 8.0
Pg. 29; Tom Yeates art; from the classic 3-D comic available only at Disneyland/Disneyworld; image size 14" x 22.5"
featuring Michael Jackson!
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Gilberton
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Complete 44 page story of "The Black Tulip" - Alex Blum and Matt Baker art; each page's image size measures approximately 11.75" x 17.75"
It is with great pleasure that we bring this complete story to our clientele. This set is composed of forty-four pages from issue #73 of the omnipresent literary adaptation series, Classics Illustrated. Based on Alexandre Dumas' novel "The Black Tulip," the story involves Cornelius van Baerle's attempt to produce the legendary perennial of the book's title to win a prize, prestige, and celebrity. The tale contains a myriad of twists and turns, historical drama, political machinations, and intrigue. Every page was crafted by Alex Blum, whose many contributions to Classics Illustrated form the bulk of his published output, with assistance by GGA pioneer, the legendary Matt Baker. Although uncredited, Baker's smooth style is apparent in these pages, making this set even more desirable. Classics Illustrated is one of the building blocks of the comic industry, any collection of Golden Age books is not complete without a few entries from this most important and, dare we say, educational, of comic titles. Each page measures 14.25" x 22.5".
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Marvel
VF: 8.0
Jose Delbo pencils and signed, Mark Texeira inks and signed; 1989; image size 9.75" x 15"
This is a beautiful cover from Marvel's long running series starring Robert E. Howard's Conan. The issue feature the Cimmerian "Alone against the City of the Were-Cats!," portrayed beautifully on this cover by Delbo and Texeira. Pen and ink. Art is in excellent condition. Signed in the image by Delbo and Texeira.
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Marvel
VF: 8.0
Aubrey Bradford pencils and inks; 1975; image size 10" x 15"
"A Monster Walks Amongst Us!"
What nameless evil lurks in the Crypt of Shadows? Aubrey Bradford aims to find out in this ominous cover, harkening back to the classic horror comic covers. Pen and ink. Art is in excellent condition, though there are a couple of missing paste-ups.
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Avon Periodicals
CGC F/VF: 7.0
ow/white pgs; first copy we've ever offered! only 6 copies on census!
scarce; painted cover
Phantom Lady Collection
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Marvel
CGC VF+: 8.5
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Kirby cvr/art; 1st issue; origin retold
A Jack Kirby cover highlights the first issue of Captain America's Silver Age solo career. Without his own comic for 14 years, Cap's popularity kept him bouncing back and forth between titles until Marvel, continuing the numbering and storyline from Tales of Suspense #99, gave Captain America his own comic again.
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Marvel
CGC VF+: 8.5
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Kirby cvr/art; origin retold
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Marvel
CGC NM+: 9.6
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Steranko cvr/art; death of Steve Rogers identity
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Marvel
CGC NM-: 9.2
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Steranko cvr/art; death of Steve Rogers identity
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Marvel
CGC NM: 9.4
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1st app. Nomad
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Timely
CGC G/VG: 3.0
lt tan/ow pgs; Joe Simon, Stan Lee Signature Series
Alex Schomburg cvr; Red Skull 1st cvr app, Stan Lee 1st published at Marvel (Timely)
Published in May 1941, this third appearance of the popular Marvel character, Captain America, is of particular significance because it contains the very first published work by Stan Lee. "Stan the Man" made his foray into the comics world by scripting a text story here entitled "Captain America Foils the Traitor's Revenge." In addition to the first cover appearance of Cap's arch villain the Red Skull, the story unfolds with a twist, including the first time Captain America uses his signature "shield-toss," in which he employs his shield as a weapon, rather than just as a defensive object.


This striking 3.0 copy still packs a powerful punch, despite the wear around the perimeter of this cover, the colors remain sharp, and the bright yellow background pushes the action to the fore on this Golden Age classic. The Stan Lee and Joe Simon signatures add that extra jolt of provenance for the dedicated collector.

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CGC G+: 2.5
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classic WWII swastika Schomburg torture Bucky cover
The legend of Alex Schomburg has grown over the years as Golden Age collectors chase after his covers like Wile E. Coyote pursues the Road Runner, and it is obvious to anyone that takes a gander at this classic why Schomburg is so beloved to GA fanatics. This illustration is as busy as a "Where's Waldo" puzzle, a viewer hardly knows where to focus as every inch of the page is jam-packed with raucous action. The familiar Bucky in bondage theme is front and center as Cap swings into the melee once again to save his teenage sidekick. Another iconic wartime cover by the master of the Golden Age.


This book presents a freshness that belies its grade and vintage, the rigors of time have left their mark around the edges of this comic, yet the central action is relatively intact, with deep green tones and sunny yellows framing the action, highlighting the heroic form of the First Avenger in all his glory.
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CGC VF/NM: 9.0
ow/white pgs; only 1 copy graded higher!
WWII Japanese bondage cover by Schomburg
Captain America Comics #31 is graced with a Schomburg cover that covers all of the bases, explosive mayhem, maiden in bondage, with Cap and Bucky in the center of it all, while the interior story features the gruesome Fungi, a precursor to the Man-Thing. This Pacific theater battle cover was typical of the period, as the demonization of Axis foes was all the rage in the comic industry, the grotesque caricatures of Japanese soldiers may seem crass to the modern viewer, but during the emotionally pitched era of WWII, covers like this, by GA wunderkind Alex Schomburg, helped raise morale and steel the populace for the unpleasant struggle raging across the planet.

This is the second-highest-graded example of this issue on the census, and this place of prominence is easily earned by the striking condition of this comic. Boasting shimmering hues and rock-solid construction, there are few flaws visible to the naked eye, so we expect Golden Age collectors to compete heartily for this VF/NM prize.

Overstreet Guide 2019 VF/NM (9.0) value = $5,250.

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CGC VF: 8.0
ow/white pgs
classic Schomburg WWII Nazi cvr; Torch story
Chicago Copy
This amazing Alex Schomburg cover takes place in the historically significant Brenner Pass, a geographic location of prominence dating back to the days of the Roman Empire, but during WWII the area served as a meeting place for Hitler and Mussolini, and this is, likely, the impetus for Schomburg to place his typically impressive action tableau in the region. As Schomburg matured his layouts became more focused and less cartoonish, and this cover shows a maestro conducting a symphony of the comic art form. From the foreground to the background, this fantastic piece showcases just why Schomburg is the most revered artist from the period.

Earning a VF grade for its stunning preservation, this cover is in astounding condition for its age, the beautiful color strike on this Chicago pedigree copy stretches the four-color process to its limits. Some slight tanning affects the right side of this book, but the main focus is clean and clear as the day it was printed, surely another piece of candy for those wartime sweet teeth bidding in this EA.

Overstreet Guide 2019 VF (8.0) value = $3,000.

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CGC NM-: 9.2
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WWII Japanese bondage/torture cvr; Human Torch story (2/44)
Highest Graded
Syd Shores had the thankless task of stepping into the breach whenever Alex Schomburg was unable to create covers for Captain America Comics, and as most Golden Age mavens agree, he did an admirable job of keeping the continuity flowing along seamlessly. This oddball Japanese torture cover is incredibly well balanced, as both sides of the page mirror the action of one another. Cap drops in from stage left to clobber one of the ogres as Bucky prepares to dispatch his comrade on the right, and the look of the fellow at center is simply priceless, as he is well-aware his number is up. This cover is quite beautiful in its composition, which makes it an outlier from all of the helter-skelter wartime covers Golden Age fans are accustomed to.

Tied for top-of-census bragging rights, it is easy to see why this copy has earned such a high grade, bright, clean, solid, and nicely centered, this is a gem of the Golden Age. The dramatic colors are resplendent, from the florid purple of the Buddha's robe to the sickly yellowish-green pallor of the guards, this comic is simply breathtaking to view in person. A definite sleeper book to keep an eye on at auction.

Overstreet Guide 2019 NM- (9.2) value = $7,500.

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CGC F/VF: 7.0
off white pgs
Schomburg Japanese WWII cover; awesome Red Skull cf
Golden Age tastemaker Alex Schomburg is at it again on this amazing wartime cover, it boggles the mind, after having viewed so many of the artist's masterpieces, that there are always more to astound the senses. This particular cover belongs to the rarely employed stateside wartime genre, which shows a group of Japanese saboteurs attempting to blow up the Boulder Dam and cause all sorts of pandemonium in the good old USA. But Cap and Bucky have something to say about that! Their evil plot is doomed to failure as the perpetrators are laid waste, lickety-split! Does one really have to say anything besides Alex Schomburg and WWII to pique interest? I think not.

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CGC G: 2.0
ow/white pgs; cvr and pgs dtchd, stpl removed
Schomburg Japanese WWII cover; awesome Red Skull cf
Golden Age tastemaker Alex Schomburg is at it again on this amazing wartime cover, it boggles the mind, after having viewed so many of the artist's masterpieces, that there are always more to astound the senses. This particular cover belongs to the rarely employed stateside wartime genre, which shows a group of Japanese saboteurs attempting to blow up the Boulder Dam and cause all sorts of pandemonium in the good old USA. But Cap and Bucky have something to say about that! Their evil plot is doomed to failure as the perpetrators are laid waste, lickety-split! Does one really have to say anything besides Alex Schomburg and WWII to pique interest? I think not.

As bruised and battered as this copy is, it retains it particular charms, bright reds beam off the page as the action scene reads as clear as day. The structure of the book is compromised, to be sure, but the book remains complete, the cover is in generally acceptable condition, and the illustration is pure perfection.
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CGC VF+: 8.5
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Syd Shores cvr/art; Human Torch story
After the end of WWII many of the superheroes in the comics were faced the conundrum of who to turn their attention towards, and Captain America would be one of the heroes most radically affected by the changing times, as the Axis threat provided his meat and potatoes for the entire duration of the conflict. Here we see the First Avenger taking on a gang of art thieves who present an obviously comedic and hapless enemy for Cap to thrash. The point of interest here is the interior of the MMA and the precious pieces of art that reside within, pieces that provide an engaging backdrop unlike any other in the history of the series. This issue is of interest to dedicated students of he comic art form, as it quite accurately displays the confusion and subsequent scramble to reconfigure the cape book into something appetizing for the post-war reader.

This copy is in impressive condition, displaying a strong color scheme, the book is solid, with a tight spine, nice sharp edges, and an unmarred Cap at center. Overall a very enticing curio of the Golden Age.
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CGC VF+: 8.5
lt tan/ow pgs
Infantino art/Shores cvr (1/47)
Syd Shores creates a cover design that is guaranteed to cause episodes of vertigo as Cap and trusty sidekick Bucky attempt to deal with the masked marauder, the Human Fly. This black-clad villain carries a blonde-tressed damsel-in-distress up the side of a water tower that is poised several floors above the hard concrete of the city streets below. This illustration offers a sneak peek at the future of where Marvel Comics would find their groove in the Silver Age, there is a definitive turn away from the wartime vibe of this title as hero comics began their slow fade from the spotlight. It is with these hidden gems of the Golden Age that we find fascinating material that drives the growing interest in post-war superhero comics.


This comic is in an excellent state of preservation, the colors are vibrant, the deep blacks on the Human Fly's outfit contrast strongly with the pale hues of the cityscape, making the shocking reds all the brighter. All of the minor condition issues are relegated to the edges of the issue, far away from the hero/villain interplay that dominates the cover.
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CGC VF: 8.0
lt tan/ow pgs
Syd Shores Bucky bondage cvr
Well, this is quite the departure from the Nazi-bashing covers of yore, as hapless Bucky continues to be bound and endangered, but there is now the threatening specter of another kind, the rise of Good Girl Art, and the cheap thrills offered by horror and crime comics that were moving in on the superhero territory. Soon to snuff out the genre almost entirely, in a symbolic decapitation that mirrors the more adult-themed chills and thrills offered on this interesting genre-blending cover. The sleazy cheroot-munching king provides the icing on the cake of this fascinating design.


Bright reds, yellows, and orange hues dominate this domination cover, as this gleaming 8.0 example of a sadly underrated Captain America Comics issue presents some of the most saturated colors of the Golden Age. The Amazonian captors on this cover are as sharp and sleek as the integrity of this comic's construction.
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Charlton
CGC NM: 9.4
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Ditko cvr/art; 1st app. of Nightshade & Ghost
Highest Graded
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Charlton
CGC VF-: 7.5
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Ditko cvr/art; 1st app. Silver Age Blue Beetle (Ted Kord) (movie forthcoming!)
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