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Marvel
VF: 8.0
complete 17 pg color guide to classic Copper Age Cap #246; colors by Bob Sharen, with signature and remark on first page
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Marvel
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Color Guide Pgs 18-19; John Kalisz watercolor; mounted on backing board with notes on tracing paper 11" x 14.25"
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Marvel
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Charles Vess signed #31/150; image size 13" x 20.75"


This item will ship in a tube.
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VF: 8.0
2 Charles Vess signed lithos, one signed by Stan Lee, both numbered #1303/2500; comes with COA and the sealed envelope; litho image size 13" x 18.25"
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VG: 4.0
Chas Bohannan paints, inks, and signed; 7" x 10.5
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Marvel
F/VF: 7.0
Pg. 5; Barry Windsor-Smith pencils; Dan Adkins inks; 10" x 15"
When Barry Windsor-Smith and Roy Thomas teamed to create Conan the Barbarian for Marvel Comics, the undertaking was seen as a risky proposition, as the muscular barbarian had no connection to the Marvel Universe of superheroes, existed in a different time period, and took part in adventures that had adult themes. The gamble paid off. Not only did Conan the Barbarian become an instant cult success, but the character was then spun off into two black-and-white magazines, Savage Tales and The Savage Sword of Conan.

This page, from the series' first issue, depicts Conan selling his services to Olav, the leader of the Aesir, a band of warriors. The pair discusses their business arrangements and battle strategy as readers are provided an introduction to the Cimmerian warrior and his straightforward personality. Smith's take on Conan was that of a youthful adventurer, who was still developing into manhood, with human weaknesses, very much the opposite of John Buscema's indestructible musclebound death machine. The early issues of Conan are considered to be some of Smith's best, and his fluid line work and strong sense of composition were the perfect fit for Marvel's foray into the world of Sword & Sorcery. When it comes to Conan fans you can't ask for more than a page from the first issue of the revered, long-running series.

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Marvel
VF: 8.0
Pg. 27; Barry Windsor-Smith pencils and inks; image size 10" x 15"
Page 6 from the story, The Sword and the Sorcerers!
This Barry Windsor-Smith piece features Starr the Slayer, a Conan-inspired figure designed before Marvel acquired the rights to Robert E. Howard's creation, making this quite the interesting collectible. Appearing in both Chamber of Darkness #4 and Conan the Barbarian #16, this tale, featuring the barbarian prototype, bears an almost indistinguishable resemblance to Smith's rendition of Conan. The story on the page involves the Slayer's mind-bending trip to a parallel universe, in which he finds the author of a story featuring himself, and, in true barbarian fashion, attempts to kill its creator. Employing creative panel design and the strong-yet-delicate line work Smith is known for, this is a special piece for those Sword and Sorcery fans out there.
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Marvel
VF: 8.0
Pg. 11; John Buscema pencils, Steve Gan inks, signed by Buscema ; 10" x 15"
From the story, Lord of the Lions
Amra is a name fans of Conan the Barbarian know quite well, once the owner of the name is defeated, his opponent assumes the mantle and carries on the tradition of being Amra, the Lion. It stands to reason that the blonde macho man that is courting Belit on this page is just one in a line of Amras, who will eventually relinquish his title to another (hint: Conan), but Crom help the next guy who want to take the name after that. Illustrated by the instantly recognizable hand of John Buscema this piece practically oozes testosterone, and some estrogen to boot, as the loinskin clad Amra wrestles with his pet Shulo, the equally minimally clothed and buxom Belit seems a bit confused about whether or not she really wants to escape the clutches of her captor. There is some steamy savage sensuality at play here to be sure.
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Marvel
VF: 8.0
Pg. 14; John Buscema pencils and inks; 10" x 15"
from the story, Destroyer in the Flame
Feast your eyes upon some classic barbarian action as John Buscema illustrates and inks this fantastic page featuring the ghoulish Jergl Zadh and the dreaded Brotherhood of the Falcon pitted against Conan and Fafnir. As the two adventurers hide in the tall grass from their pursuers, they run afoul of a pit of angry snakes which quickly engulf everyone's favorite Cimmerian. Rendered with stark simplicity that highlights the muscular characters, this page showcases Buscema's ease and familiarity with his subject matter, as the renowned artist had been creating Conan tales for literally hundreds and hundreds of pages up to this point. Fans of Conan can never get enough his exploits, and we here at ComicConnect are pleased to be able to offer three different pages featuring Sword and Sorcery action in this auction.
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Marvel
VF: 8.0
Pencils Gil Kane, Inks Ernie Chan; 10" x 15"
Horror comics had become the subject of controversy in the Seduction of the Innocent era of the 1950s, and, as a result, were severely toned down in the Silver Age, but the genre underwent a renaissance in the 70s when morals and inhibitions were loosening, and previously taboo subjects became socially acceptable. With the success of Universal movie-inspired comics like Tomb of Dracula, Werewolf by Night, The Living Mummy, and a slew of other horror titles, Marvel jumped back into the subject matter with both feet. This intricately designed, and exceptionally terrifying cover was illustrated by the unique hand of Gil Kane and inked by the talented Ernie Chan, both respected Bronze Age mainstays over at Marvel. Art from the BA is starting to heat up as Silver and Golden Age page prices become out of reach for many collectors, so grab this piece while you still can.
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Centaur
CGC VF-: 7.5
ow/white pgs; 1 of 1!
SCARCE; 1942 giveaway; Invisible Terror
Highest Graded
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Centaur
CGC FN: 6.0
off white pgs; second highest 1 of 1!
scarce; giveaway; Invisible Terror
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St. John
CGC VF: 8.0
off white pgs
scarce; classic Matt Baker cvr/art
The legendary Matt Baker contributes his impeccable style and glamour to this rare and desirable war comic gem. Combining the lush lines and inviting heroines of the St. John romance titles with the relatable, rough and tumble world of post-WWII Army life comics, this unique and historic book is a highly-sought-after rarity that attracts both Baker aficionados and romance rarity collectors, as well as war comic completists. Baker has gained newfound appreciation in recent years both for his unusual bio -- he was one of the very few black artists working in Golden Age comics -- and his inimitable style, which stands alongside Raymond and Caniff as one of the finest illustrative artists working in comics at the time. His work, especially the very rare St. John's output, is sought after and highly prized, and this is one of the shining examples of his warm and inviting artistry.
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Holyoke
CGC VF+: 8.5
off white pgs
classic L.B. Cole sci-fi cover
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Marvel
CGC VF: 8.0
crm/ow 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 NM-: 9.2
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Steranko story, classic cover; Hulk app.
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Marvel
FN+: 6.5
signed by Steranko, fc
Steranko story, classic cover; Hulk app.
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Marvel
CGC NM+: 9.6
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last 15 cent issue; Romita cvr/art
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Marvel
CGC VF+: 8.5
white pgs; Stan Lee & Joe Simon signature series (both signatures in Russian); price sticker on cvr; Russian Edition
death of Captain America
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Marvel
CGC VF+: 8.5
white pgs
classic Zeck Wolverine cover (1986)
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CGC F/VF: 7.0
crm/ow pgs
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 these pre-Pearl Harbor days, such an image was simply incendiary, and copies flew off shelves almost immediately, leading to a nearly 78-year run as the preeminent symbol of American heroism.
Captain America Comics #1 is a rare find as of late, and copies of this quality almost never surface. Even in the absence of the fervor created by the MCU, this would be a highly sought after collectible surely to cause a bidding war.

Overstreet Guide 2018 F/VF (7.0) value = $116,000.

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CGC VG-: 3.5
crm/ow pgs; Signature Series Joe Simon 10/15/09; sm amt dried glue on dtchd cf, 1 pc tp int cvr
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 these pre-Pearl Harbor days, such an image was simply incendiary, and copies flew off shelves almost immediately, leading to a nearly 78-year run as the preeminent symbol of American heroism.
Boasting seven tales of heroic adventure, five of which feature Cap and Bucky, this issue is jam-packed with all sorts of treats. This historical copy of Captain America #1 bears the signature of legendary artist Joe Simon making this a particularly unique and important collector's item. Paired with the stunning visual quality of this copy, this really is a jaw-dropping key issue.

Overstreet Guide 2018 VG- (3.5) value = $42,000.

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CGC No Grade: 0.3
ow/white pgs; cvrless; 5 ctr wraps missing, affects story; pc out pg 5-11, slightly affects story, incomplete
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 these pre-Pearl Harbor days, such an image was simply incendiary, and copies flew off shelves almost immediately, leading to a nearly 78-year run as the preeminent symbol of American heroism.


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Timely
CGC VG/F: 5.0
crm/ow pgs; cf dtchd
Alex Schomburg cvr; Red Skull 1st cvr app, Stan Lee 1st published at Marvel (Timely)
Published in May 1941, this early comic book and 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.
Golden Age comics have been highly sought after by collectors, for what seems like decades now, but as we move deeper into the 21st century, they are becoming much harder to find as collectors hoard their prize possessions as values never seem to plateau. Timely Comics in particular, including Marvel Mystery, Human Torch, Sub-Mariner, and of course, Captain America Comics, are in increasingly high demand and command two to three times, if not more, than Overstreet Price Guide values.

Overstreet Guide 2018 VG/F (5.0) value = $6,250.

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CGC VF-: 7.5
crm/ow pgs
Human Torch story
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