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Marvel
VF: 8.0
Pg. 1; Dwayne Turner pencils, Chris Ivy inks; image size 10" x 15.5"
"Signifying Nothing"
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Marvel
CGC NM: 9.4
off white pgs
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
white pgs
Kirby cvr/art; origin retold
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Marvel
CGC VF+: 8.5
white pgs
Steranko story, classic cover; Hulk app.
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Marvel
CGC NM-: 9.2
ow/white pgs
Steranko cvr/art; death of Steve Rogers identity
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Marvel
CGC NM-: 9.2
ow/white pgs
origin & 1st app. of the Falcon (Sam Wilson) and Redwing (9/69)
Marvel had always been at the forefront of American popular culture, daring to stake out territory otherwise considered taboo or too controversial, as when Stan Lee published a pair of Spider-Man issues without the comics code stamp due to anti-drug imagery. The Black Panther had already broken down barriers as the first black superhero appearing in a mainstream title. There had been black characters in comics previously, of course, but they had either been wince-inducing caricatures, or punted off into "racial" titles meant solely for an inner-city readership segregated from the mainstream. But, by the late 1960s, audiences were ready for a change, and Lee, along with the supremely gifted Gene Colan, developed a character designed to stand on his own as an urban black hero, sans gimmicks, and paired him with the personification of America itself, Captain America. The result was this instant success, an acknowledged breakthrough in hero comics, which introduced the Falcon, a tough and determined former social worker (though this was later retconned) who proves a formidable ally for our titular hero.
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Marvel
CGC NM/M: 9.8
white pgs; tied for highest!
X-Men x-over (5/74)
Key Comics Collection
Highest Graded
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Timely
CGC F/VF: 7.0
crm/ow pgs, Sl(P) sm amt ct, glue on spine of cvr, tr sl cvr, top & right edge trimmed
Kirby & Simon cvr/art; origin & 1st app. Captain America, Bucky, & Red Skull; classic Hitler cover! (3/41)
We've said it before, but it bears repeating that the popularity of characters such as Captain America and the willingness of comic writers and artists to confront the Axis threat went a long way toward mobilizing a heretofore isolationist American populace in the long, dark days of the late 30s and early 40s. While many other art forms desperately avoided or ignored the ugly truth of Europe's rapid slide into fascism and Nazism in an obvious attempt to protect their own financial interests overseas, the almost entirely US-based comics business, staffed and developed largely by fugitives from those same wartime horrors, boldly waved the flag of freedom, most notably in this instant classic. Readers immediately fell in love with this gutsy, gleefully aggressive new hero, who wore his allegiance on his sleeve (well, his forehead, at any rate) and made his intent powerfully clear by taking aim directly at the mustachioed puss of the Fuhrer himself. In those pre-Pearl Harbor days, such an image was simply incendiary, and copies flew off shelves almost immediately, leading to a 78-year run as the preeminent symbol of American heroism.
This copy has participated in a minor restoration regimen which has helped preserve this gem for years to come. The red, white, and blue of Cap's uniform are as bright as ever, and the majority of the cover is unblemished. This is a handsome example of a sought-after Golden Age key, one which will start patriotic hearts a-fluttering as they take a shot at owning one of the more-memorable comic books of all time.

Overstreet Guide 2016 F/VF (7.0) value = $87,000.

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Timely
CGC FN: 6.0
crm/ow pgs
Cap America vs hillbilly battle cvr
Picking up where Jack Kirby left off Al Avison turns in a wonderful cover piece for Captain America Comics #11, which features Cap battling a new enemy, a gang of evil hillbillies, this cover is based on the story "The Feud Murders" inside the book, and serves as an interesting twist on the run of Nazi covers up to this point. Perhaps signalling a turn away from Kirby's inflammatory anti-Axis obsession, this book is of some note in the history of Captain America, as it is the launching point of the decades-long estrangement the character would spend away from his co-creator, Kirby, who would return to the fold and his progeny in Marvel's influential Silver Age.
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Timely
CGC VG/F: 5.0
crm/ow pgs
Al Avison WWII Nazi robot bondage cvr
Young Stanley Leiber, aka Stan Lee, aspiring novelist and brash young upstart, was already putting his mark on the Marvel stable long before there was a Marvel, during the glory days of WWII Timely publications, penning typically grandiose yarns in between office gopher jaunts and editorial errands. Aided by the able art staff of Timely, the departure of Cap creator Jack Kirby was smoothed over with dramatic WWII propaganda on the covers and sweaty, manic hero yarns within. The typical intense bondage-and-branding cover shows the Timely staff firing on all cylinders and boasts both our titular hero and his teenage sidekick fearlessly swooping in on massively grotesque baddies.
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Timely
CGC VF+: 8.5
off white pgs, very minor amt of glue on spine of cvr
WWII cover; Hitler app.
The early days of WWII were a frightening and tumultuous time, with the American people stiffening their spines and showing a brave front to the world, but inwardly full of doubt, fear, panic, and rage, with the war coming hot on the heels of a depression that seemed to grind on interminably. The frenetic, almost psychotic mood of the time exploded into the culture via anarchic humor, hyperpatriotic fervor, and, in comics, especially, a bloodthirsty hunger for more and more jingoistic derring do. Timely was in the forefront of this movement, with the covers of Captain America reaching a feverish level of ultra-violence and nearly panicked energy by early 1943. Among the most violent and hysterical of WWII covers, comics fans go nuts for these rare treasures, especially jarring and startling in our modern, PC era.
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CGC FN-: 5.5
crm/ow pgs
Classic WW II Skiing cover
Rockford Copy
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CGC VF: 8.0
off white pgs
WWII Japanese bondage cvr by Schomburg
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CGC NM: 9.4
ow/white pgs; tied for highest 1 of 3!
classic "Bucky Strapped to Bomb" cover!
Highest Graded
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CGC VG/F: 5.0
off white pgs; 2 ctr wraps dtch
Schomburg Nazi WWII cover; Red Skull app.
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CGC VF: 8.0
crm/ow pgs
Schomburg cvr; last Japanese WWII cvr
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Timely
CGC G-: 1.8
ow/white pgs, cvr detached, tape int cvr
classic Schomburg Holocaust cover (4/45)
One of the toughest Caps to find and one of the most graphic covers ever published this issue depicts the Holocaust with Nazis burning Jews alive in ovens. Many of the early comic creators were European Jews and they knew what was happening to their families and friends. They used comic books to spread the word and make people aware of the atrocities that were taking place in Europe.
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CGC VF: 8.0
crm/ow pgs
Schomburg Times Square Subway cover (7/45)
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CGC VF+: 8.5
crm/ow pgs
Schomburg bondage cvr; Atomic Bomb story
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CGC VF+: 8.5
off white pgs
Schomburg atomic bomb robbery cover (1/46)
Human Torch vs Cat-Man story
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CGC VF: 8.0
off white pgs
Human Torch story
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CGC VF+: 8.5
off white pgs
Infantino art
Super Soldier Collection
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CGC VF/NM: 9.0
ow/white pgs; "Stan Lee '81" on 1st pg
Syd Shores cvr/art; Classic Cap origin retold
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CGC VF+: 8.5
off white pgs
Infantino art/Shores cvr (1/47)
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CGC VG/F: 5.0
scarce; Weird Tales cover; Human Torch story
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