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CGC VG-: 3.5
off white pgs; Slight (B-1) restoration includes: tr sl bc, cvr clnd
Kirby cvr; Ditko art; origin & 1st app. Spider-Man; 1st Uncle Ben & Aunt May (8/62)
Marvel Japan Collection
This is the Silver Age equivalent of Action Comics #1: a historic, game-changing key issue that acts as a pivot point from what came before, and what came after. The creation of Stan Lee and Steve Ditko, this radical new concept featured a passive, neurotic, everyman hero; an unusually emotionally charged origin story touching on issues of mortality and family tragedy; a worldview grounded solidly in a real, recognizable universe obviously our own; and open-ended storytelling that rewarded close attention and regular readership. This milestone has also proven to be the success story of comics investment, growing rapidly and unstoppably in value and becoming one of the few completely bulletproof investments in recent times.
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CGC VF+: 8.5
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1st app. Silver Age Vision; Black Widow and Ultron app. (10/68)
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"Behold the Vision!" There's pretty much no better way to sum up the iconic cover of this comic, a book that looms large in the mythology of the Marvel Universe, and served as the inspiration for the international blockbuster film Avengers: Age of Ultron. The Vision was created in collaboration between Stan Lee and Roy Thomas, who decided to revive the Golden Age character as an android and stick him into the Avengers as a new team member. Thomas claims he was influenced by Adam Link, a robot with humanistic qualities that appeared in Amazing Stories pulp magazines, and not Mr. Spock from Star Trek as many have theorized.
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VF: 8.0
pg. 2. by Jim Starlin & Dave Cockrum. Features Black Panther, Iron Man, Scarlet Witch and Hawkeye caught in an anti-gravity field. 11" x 17"
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Issue #107 of the Avengers is titled "The Master Plan of the Space Phantom" and on this compelling Jim Starlin page the titular villain plots the fate of four captive Avengers with fellow baddie the Grim Reaper. As the Scarlet Witch, Black Panther, Iron Man and Hawkeye stand there helplessly the duo of villains get to chew the scenery, and chew they do, engaging in the sort of banter that only exists in the pages of comics like this one.

Jim Starlin's pencils and Dave Cockrum's inks tell the story with the practiced ease of two veteran talents who are fully in control of their medium, employing dramatic angles and detailed close-ups these two masters of comic art work in unison to create a wonderful page, stuffed with popular heroes, that is guaranteed to be a popular piece of comic art for all those Earth's Mightiest Heroes fans out there.
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CGC NM: 9.4
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classic flag cover; Steve Rogers resigns
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VF: 8.0
Tradd Moore pencils and inks; 11" x 17"
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Tradd Moore's cover art for Deadpool Vs. Thanos #3 is an exquisite example of modern comic art. Moore's precision and terrific line work make this unlikely pairing of Marvel characters come to life. The wise-cracking Wade Wilson continually makes the godlike Thanos into his comic foil in this strange comic, where the team takes on Mephisto after they venture into Hell to witness a battle raging amongst armies of damned souls as they search for Mistress Death.

Tradd Moore, known primarily for his work on "The Strange Talent of Luther Strode," shows off his enviable chops on this cover piece, which features two of Marvel Comics' heavyweight characters that have both enjoyed plenty of success on the silver screen. This page should be of great interest to Thanos and Deadpool fans of all stripes, and, if you happen to be a fan of both characters, you have just hit the jackpot!
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CGC VG/F: 5.0
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1st Dr. Strange in his own title, origin retold
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CGC VG: 4.0
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Kirby cvr/art; origin & 1st app. Fantastic Four; 1st Mole Man; the Marvel Age begins here (11/61)
Marvel Japan Collection
Inspired by DC's top-selling smorgasbord of heroes, the Justice League of America, Stan Lee and Jack Kirby went one better when creating a copycat title for Marvel. Instead of a mashup of existing heroes, Lee and Kirby struck upon the novel concept of creating a super-family, letting young readers instantly identify with the day-to-day squabbles and growing pains of the protagonists while still enjoying liberal doses of heroism. This dynamic and historic first issue hit the ground running with an action-packed cover and one of the most thrilling and engrossing origin stories of the era. Disney's purchase of Fox Studios has given Marvel back their rights to the Fantastic Four properties so expect another silver screen reboot in the MCU in the coming years, we are certain that the third time will be a charm. Silver Age Marvel keys like this one are always in high demand and there is no sign of abatement anytime soon.
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NM: 9.4
Hard Cover, contains Gaurdians of the galaxy issues 1-6
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VF: 8.0
Pgs. 10-11; Ian Churchill pencils and signed, Mark Farmer inks; 17" x 21"
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Hulk Smash Deadpool!!! This double-page splash by the uber-talented Ian Churchill shows the Hulk and Deadpool taking on a bunch of Deadpool LMDs, the piece was so well-received that it was eventually repurposed as a variant cover for this issue when it went into a second printing. Churchill's agile pen placed the massive Hulk in the center of the mayhem while all around him Deadpool copies are filling up every corner of the page.

This issue represents Churchill's first work on a Hulk title, best known for his work on "Cable," this series allowed him to flex his artistic muscle while depicting the Red Hulk in all of his smashing glory. This piece is signed by the artist and is sure to be a popular lot amongst Hulk and Deadpool fans alike.
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VF/NM: 9.0
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1st full app. War Machine
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VF: 8.0
Bill Sienkiewicz pencils and inks; 11" x 17"; zip-a-tone; the large black areas on the outside of the original artwork are a framing stat
30th anniversary of Iron Man; cvr tribute to "The Vitruvian Man" by Leonardo da Vinci
Marvel Japan Collection
Leonardo da Vinci's "The Vetruvian Man" has been repurposed innumerable times in pop culture, a simple Google search will show everyone from Homer Simpson to Kermit the Frog splayed out in the iconic pose inside of a circle and a square. But the image has not often been used as effectively as this homage that adorns the cover to issue #1 of "The Iron Manual."

"The Iron Manual" is a unique comic book in the sense that is does not tell a story, instead it offers an in-depth study of Tony Stark's armor, covering all iterations of the famous suit that made Iron Man one of the most-popular characters in Marvel's stable. The cover art is by Bill Sienkiewicz, one of the incredible talents in Marvel's stable, Sienkiewicz is known for his neo-abstract style and has won numerous awards in the comic art field for his signature illustrative approach. His work on this cover combines classical imagery and modern comic book art in perfect harmony. This is assuredly a piece that will demand serious attention from die-hard Iron Man fans.
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CGC VG: 4.0
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Kirby cvr/art; Ditko art; origin and 1st app. Thor (8/62)
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Melding elements of Norse mythology with the by-now-standard superhero tropes of the funny pages, Stan Lee followed up his Jekyll & Hyde-style Hulk with this cosmic, high-camp treasure. The book was initially scripted by Stan's brother Larry (to give the overworked and exhausted Lee some breathing room), and penciled with surprising grace and elegance by Jack Kirby. Another instant favorite, the comic confirmed Lee's Midas touch in the early 1960s as the title soon became the bedrock for Marvel's more theatrical and grandiose styling. In recent years, the character has enjoyed yet another renaissance thanks to Marvel's savvy cinematic exploitation, and this debut appearance, already extremely rare thanks to an unusually low print run, has become in even greater demand as a result.
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CBCS VG-: 3.5
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Kirby cvr; 1st app. Dr. Strange by Steve Ditko; 1st Paste-Pot Pete and Wizard team-up
Marvel Japan Collection
Waiting inside this issue, unbeknownst to young readers, was the Master of Black Magic, the Sorcerer Supreme, Doctor Strange. His tales were brought to life by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko, two of the legendary architects of Marvel's Silver Age. It was easily overlooked on the newsstands, as there is no signifier of Doctor Strange's appearance in the issue on its cover illustration by Jack Kirby, which depicts Strange Tales' main protagonist, the Human Torch, facing off against his nemesis Paste-Pot Pete. The surprise introduction of Earth's sole defender from magical and mystical threats made this issue a sleeper hit. With the success of Benedict Cumberbatch as the good doctor in the Doctor Strange movie and his upcoming appearance in Thor Ragnorak and Avengers Infinity War, this book is sure to reach new heights in popularity!

Strange Tales issues have been heating up in popularity over the past few years, and due to the influx of new Marvel movie announcements, it has been increasingly difficult to keep this issue in stock in any grade. This is one of the toughest Silver Age key issues to find, likely due to a small print run, but, that hasn't stopped collectors from snapping up copies as quickly as they can.
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CBCS FN-: 5.5
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Kirby cvr/art; origin and 1st app. X-Men; 1st app. Magneto
Marvel Japan Collection
Stan Lee once explained that his original title for this comic was "The Mutants" but publisher Martin Goodman didn't like the sound of it. Lee, in a stroke of genius, named the newly formed group after its founder, Professor X, and thus was born the X-Men. A band of outcasts hated and feared by the human world. The title was almost canceled due to poor sales but was reborn with a new cast of characters in the 70s which went on to make them a perennial favorite ever since. Everybody can relate to what it is like being an outsider, and that is what draws us to the X-Men. With a staggering number of comic spinoffs, blockbuster movies, and a variety of TV shows and cartoons, the popularity of this first issue has proven to be a strong investment with values continually rising.
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