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Fawcett
CGC VF+: 8.5
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bondage cover
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Fawcett
CGC NM: 9.4
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Mac Raboy, Basil Wolverton art
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Marvel
CGC VF-: 7.5
ow/white pgs
Kirby cvr/art; origin & 1st app. Hulk, Rick Jones, Betty Ross, & General Ross; one of the top five Marvel keys!!
Inspired by Jekyll & Hyde and the Jewish myth of the Golem, Stan Lee and Jack Kirby kept their Silver Age hot streak running with the big and brutal Hulk. This issue preys on Cold War fears of nuclear annihilation and the average boy's body discomfort to create one of the most haunting and affecting of hero origins. Initially colored grey in his premiere appearance, the character was quickly reworked into a big green beast when the primitive four-color printing process mangled the grey color scheme throughout the book, altering the goliath's hue from page to page. The famous cover image still resonates with fans to this day.

While the initial run didn't sell in numbers big enough to be considered viable in the long term, the Hulk kept popping up in anthologies and guest spots alongside favorites such as the Fantastic Four until he returned to his own title after developing a following through his involvement with the Avengers.
The superiority of this 7.5 copy of Incredible Hulk #1 amazes with its incredibly rich, dark background, making the otherwise drab monster pop as he looms over his meeker self. The tonality of this cover is quite striking as the colors used in its composition tend to fade the fastest.

Overstreet Guide 2019 VF- (7.5) value = $44,925.

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Marvel
CGC VG-: 3.5
white pgs
Kirby cvr/art; origin & 1st app. Hulk, Rick Jones, Betty Ross, & General Ross; one of the top five Marvel keys!!
Inspired by Jekyll & Hyde and the Jewish myth of the Golem, Stan Lee and Jack Kirby kept their Silver Age hot streak running with the big and brutal Hulk. This issue preys on Cold War fears of nuclear annihilation and the average boy's body discomfort to create one of the most haunting and affecting of hero origins. Initially colored grey in his premiere appearance, the character was quickly reworked into a big green beast when the primitive four-color printing process mangled the grey color scheme throughout the book, altering the goliath's hue from page to page. The famous cover image still resonates with fans to this day.

While the initial run didn't sell in numbers big enough to be considered viable in the long term, the Hulk kept popping up in anthologies and guest spots alongside favorites such as the Fantastic Four until he returned to his own title after developing a following through his involvement with the Avengers.
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Marvel
CGC VF-: 7.5
white pgs; Sl(C-1) sm amt ct on cvr, 3 edges trimmed
Kirby/Ditko cvr/art; 1st Green Skinned Hulk; 1st app. the Toad Men
It's amazing to think about it now, but comics were once the cheapest of the cheap. Despite the extraordinary talents and herculean efforts of the artists, colorists, and editors at the major publishers, visual quality in the comics of the Golden through Bronze Age was dicey at best, with blacks often smearing into a pulp, reducing fine linework to mush, and some colors not remaning consistent from page to page. Such was the fate that befell the mighty Hulk, whose skin tone in the first issue was deep grey, meant to evoke the black-and-white Universal horrors that inspired his menacing appearance. Deeply disappointed in the results of the first issue's cheap and unforgiving printing process, Stan Lee demanded a visual change for his hulking protagonist in his second appearance, and so the recognizable emerald beast we've come to know and love finally appeared. It's hard to say whether he would have achieved iconic status without this startling, searing skin color. Rather than the wounded, lumbering beast of issue #1, this cover boasts an instantly arresting neon monster, clobbering his way into the hearts and minds of the young boys who made up comics' main audience, and who identified strongly with his simple, violent, misunderstood thought process.
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Marvel
CGC FN+: 6.5
white pgs; right edge trimmed
Kirby/Ditko cvr/art; 1st Green Skinned Hulk; 1st app. the Toad Men
It's amazing to think about it now, but comics were once the cheapest of the cheap. Despite the extraordinary talents and herculean efforts of the artists, colorists, and editors at the major publishers, visual quality in the comics of the Golden through Bronze Age was dicey at best, with blacks often smearing into a pulp, reducing fine linework to mush, and some colors not remaning consistent from page to page. Such was the fate that befell the mighty Hulk, whose skin tone in the first issue was deep grey, meant to evoke the black-and-white Universal horrors that inspired his menacing appearance. Deeply disappointed in the results of the first issue's cheap and unforgiving printing process, Stan Lee demanded a visual change for his hulking protagonist in his second appearance, and so the recognizable emerald beast we've come to know and love finally appeared. It's hard to say whether he would have achieved iconic status without this startling, searing skin color. Rather than the wounded, lumbering beast of issue #1, this cover boasts an instantly arresting neon monster, clobbering his way into the hearts and minds of the young boys who made up comics' main audience, and who identified strongly with his simple, violent, misunderstood thought process.
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Marvel
CGC VG-: 3.5
ow/white pgs
Kirby/Ditko cvr/art; 1st Green Skinned Hulk; 1st app. the Toad Men
It's amazing to think about it now, but comics were once the cheapest of the cheap. Despite the extraordinary talents and herculean efforts of the artists, colorists, and editors at the major publishers, visual quality in the comics of the Golden through Bronze Age was dicey at best, with blacks often smearing into a pulp, reducing fine linework to mush, and some colors not remaning consistent from page to page. Such was the fate that befell the mighty Hulk, whose skin tone in the first issue was deep grey, meant to evoke the black-and-white Universal horrors that inspired his menacing appearance. Deeply disappointed in the results of the first issue's cheap and unforgiving printing process, Stan Lee demanded a visual change for his hulking protagonist in his second appearance, and so the recognizable emerald beast we've come to know and love finally appeared. It's hard to say whether he would have achieved iconic status without this startling, searing skin color. Rather than the wounded, lumbering beast of issue #1, this cover boasts an instantly arresting neon monster, clobbering his way into the hearts and minds of the young boys who made up comics' main audience, and who identified strongly with his simple, violent, misunderstood thought process.
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Marvel
FA: 1.0
tape, color touch
Kirby/Ditko cvr/art; 1st Green Skinned Hulk; 1st app. the Toad Men
It's amazing to think about it now, but comics were once the cheapest of the cheap. Despite the extraordinary talents and herculean efforts of the artists, colorists, and editors at the major publishers, visual quality in the comics of the Golden through Bronze Age was dicey at best, with blacks often smearing into a pulp, reducing fine linework to mush, and some colors not remaning consistent from page to page. Such was the fate that befell the mighty Hulk, whose skin tone in the first issue was deep grey, meant to evoke the black-and-white Universal horrors that inspired his menacing appearance. Deeply disappointed in the results of the first issue's cheap and unforgiving printing process, Stan Lee demanded a visual change for his hulking protagonist in his second appearance, and so the recognizable emerald beast we've come to know and love finally appeared. It's hard to say whether he would have achieved iconic status without this startling, searing skin color. Rather than the wounded, lumbering beast of issue #1, this cover boasts an instantly arresting neon monster, clobbering his way into the hearts and minds of the young boys who made up comics' main audience, and who identified strongly with his simple, violent, misunderstood thought process.
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$325
 

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Marvel
CGC VF+: 8.5
off white pgs
Kirby cvr/art; 1st app. the Ringmaster (9/62)
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Marvel
CGC FN+: 6.5
ow/white pgs
Kirby cvr/art; Hulk's origin retold
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Marvel
CGC VF/NM: 9.0
crm/ow pgs
Kirby cvr/art; 1st app. of Tyrannus & Gen. Fang (1/63)
Incredible Hulk #5 was the last issue of the original Hulk run drawn by co-creator, Jack Kirby, and it features a truly bombastic cover, showing the Green Goliath breaking through a concrete wall like it was a flimsy cardboard box. The stories contained within the rampaging cover see the Hulk doing battle with such illustrious Kirby villains as the Ancient Roman-styled Tyrannus and the fiendish commie General Fang. Needless to say, the duo of bad guys find out the hard way that it's not easy beating green, and are vanquished in smashing style by our Gargantuan Golem.

MCU fans are eagerly awaiting the return of the Hulk in the upcoming Thor: Ragnarok, and, typically, when a new Marvel movie is released, the comic market invariably sees an uptick in interest and value in the featured heroes.


Overstreet Guide 2019 VF/NM (9.0) value = $3,725.

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Marvel
CGC VG-: 3.5
ow/white pgs
Steve Ditko cvr/art; 1st app. of the Teen Brigade and the Metal Master, last issue
Toying with an idea that was much utilized in future story lines, this early Hulk tale grapples with idea of the man trapped within the monster, their struggles to control their shared anatomy and the possibilities of the partial emergence of one persona into the other. The plot involves General Ross and his attempt to get help from Bruce Banner to deal with the evil Metal Master, who wreaks all forms of metallic havoc before being caught and ultimately cowed by the big green Goliath, and forced to clean up his own mess.
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Marvel
CGC FN+: 6.5
white pgs; looks like an 8.0
first issue (continued from Tales to Astonish #101); origin retold
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Marvel
CGC VF/NM: 9.0
white pgs
Trimpe cvr/art; origin & 1st app. of Doc Samson (7/71)
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Marvel
CGC F/VF: 7.0
ow/white pgs
Trimpe art; 1st app. Wolverine (last pg)
He's tucked away at the end of the issue, in a small cliffhanger panel, but there he is: the first appearance of the Wolverine. Intended as a gift to Canadian Marvel fans and destined to become the first true superstar of the Copper Age of comics. This issue is a fine example of the consistently high standard of storytelling from Len Wein and Herb Trimpe, who performed unheralded but top-notch work keeping this fan favorite title chugging along during some of the toughest times in the industry's history.
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Marvel
CGC FN: 6.0
off white pgs
Trimpe art; 1st app. Wolverine (last pg)
He's tucked away at the end of the issue, in a small cliffhanger panel, but there he is: the first appearance of the Wolverine. Intended as a gift to Canadian Marvel fans and destined to become the first true superstar of the Copper Age of comics. This issue is a fine example of the consistently high standard of storytelling from Len Wein and Herb Trimpe, who performed unheralded but top-notch work keeping this fan favorite title chugging along during some of the toughest times in the industry's history.
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Marvel
CGC NM: 9.4
white pgs
Herb Trimpe cover/art; 1st full app. of Wolverine; the Action #1 of the Bronze Age (11/74)
Born of a desire to diversify the Marvel roster by adding international heroes, and inspired by the feisty, ill-tempered animal that is his namesake, Wolverine quickly became the breakout character of Marvel's Bronze Age. This book is a demarcation between what came before and what comes after, as this dark, brooding anti-hero flew in the face of all previous conventions and came to define the cynical, haunted heroes of the Bronze and Copper Age. Hands down, this is the best-known of all Bronze Age keys, and the first Bronze book to break the $10,000 sales mark. With an X-Men reboot planned, this is a comic every collector should add to their checklist.
The brilliant red blazing from the background helps to highlight the Hulk's emerald skin as well as the more subtle tones on this iconic cover. This copy hits all of the marks that combine to merit such an impressive grade.

Overstreet Guide 2019 NM- (9.2) value = $5,000.

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Marvel
CGC FN-: 5.5
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Herb Trimpe cover/art; 1st full app. of Wolverine; the Action #1 of the Bronze Age (11/74)
Born of a desire to diversify the Marvel roster by adding international heroes, and inspired by the feisty, ill-tempered animal that is his namesake, Wolverine quickly became the breakout character of Marvel's Bronze Age. This book is a demarcation between what came before and what comes after, as this dark, brooding anti-hero flew in the face of all previous conventions and came to define the cynical, haunted heroes of the Bronze and Copper Age. Hands down, this is the best-known of all Bronze Age keys, and the first Bronze book to break the $10,000 sales mark. With an X-Men reboot planned, this is a comic every collector should add to their checklist.
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Marvel
CGC F/VF: 7.0
white pgs
Wolverine cameo; 1st app. Hammer and Anvil
And, just like that, he's outta here -- at least for now. Wolverine fanatics know that this issue comprises the third part of Wolverine's debut trilogy. As open-ended storytelling was the norm in the Bronze era, it was not unusual for first appearances or major events to sprawl across multiple issues (or even titles) in this way, making obsessive Wolvie fans hellbent on having all three parts of this historic character's first outing. As always, Trimpe knocks it out of the park, his clean line and inviting style making this one of the most popular runs among younger audiences to this day.
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Marvel
CGC NM/M: 9.8
white pgs; only 1 copy graded higher!
Al Milgrom cvr, Sal Buscema art; 1st comic book app. Rocket Raccoon (Guardians of the Galaxy)
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Marvel
CGC NM: 9.4
white pgs
Al Milgrom cvr, Sal Buscema art; 1st comic book app. Rocket Raccoon (Guardians of the Galaxy)
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Marvel
CGC NM/M: 9.8
white pgs; tied for second highest!
Todd McFarlane classic Hulk vs. Wolverine battle cvr
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Marvel
CGC NM/M: 9.8
white pgs
1st app. of the Thunderbolts (Citizen X, Meteorite, Techno, MACH-1, Songbird, & Atlas)
Highest Graded
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EC
CGC FN+: 6.5
ow/white pgs
Williamson, Krenkel art; Davis checkers cover
Phantom Lady Collection
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Marvel
CGC NM+: 9.6
white pgs; Jim Starlin Signature Series
Perez cvr/art
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