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FN+: 6.5
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68 pgs; unpublished Golden Age Flash story
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F/VF: 7.0
sm. crnr cr
Toth cvr/art; last Golden Age Green Lantern, last issue
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CGC F/VF: 7.0
ow/white pgs
Toth cvr/art; last Golden Age Green Lantern, last issue
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CGC VF+: 8.5
Cream to Off-White pages
new logo; giant robot cover
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CGC FN-: 5.5
Cream to Off-White pages, stain on 18th page
rare; bondage cover
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VG/F: 5.0
sl glue top of spn
rare; bondage cover
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CGC F/VF: 7.0
Off-White pages
scarce; Johnny Peril
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CGC VF+: 8.5
Cream to Off-White pages
scarce; classic cover (4-5/50)
D Copy
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VF+: 8.5
white pgs
circus cover
Arthur Peddy/Bernard Sachs cvr/art, Full page ad for Strange Adventures #1 & Danger Trail #1
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CGC VF-: 7.5
Off-White pages, 1 inch tear on centerfold
circus cover
Arthur Peddy/Bernard Sachs cvr/art, Full page ad for Strange Adventures #1 & Danger Trail #1
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FN: 6.0
crm/ow pgs; Mod/Ext (P): ct, tr sls,spine reinforcement, pc added 1st pg, clnd, pressed
1st appearance of the Justice League of America, Starro, and Snapper Carr (2-3/60)
In the Golden Age of comics, National Periodicals (later to become DC) stuffed their most popular characters into a team title, All Star Comics. Not long after the debut of the Justice Society, however, DC editors crafted new material for All Star, with each hero having a solo chapter adding up to a major storyline. When Julius Schwartz struck pay-dirt with the Silver Age hero revival, he tasked Gardner Fox with revamping the Justice Society concept in the serial title The Brave and the Bold, and the result was this instant smash hit, which gathered all the major revival heroes into one fantastic title, finally dispensing the anthology format of All Star in favor of a streamlined action comic full of pop and power. Readers responded enthusiastically to this debut performance, leading to a great scarcity of this issue in higher grades.

Inside this issue's pages appears the tale of the JLA's battle against the vaguely Lovecraftian Starro the Conqueror and his minions. The nascent superhero team defeat the creature employing a combination of their wits and a lot of quicklime. This issue, notably, also contains the first appearance of the League's Secret Sanctuary, which sits inside a cavernous mountain. The book represents a real milestone in comics history, one that has only increased in value to collectors with the recent frenzy of DC superhero movie announcements, culminating in a 2017's "Justice League" big-screen extravaganza!
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CGC FN-: 5.5
off white pgs; (C) tear seals to cvr; cvr reinforced
1st appearance of the Justice League of America, Starro, and Snapper Carr (2-3/60)
In the Golden Age of comics, National Periodicals (later to become DC) stuffed their most popular characters into a team title, All Star Comics. Not long after the debut of the Justice Society, however, DC editors crafted new material for All Star, with each hero having a solo chapter adding up to a major storyline. When Julius Schwartz struck pay-dirt with the Silver Age hero revival, he tasked Gardner Fox with revamping the Justice Society concept in the serial title The Brave and the Bold, and the result was this instant smash hit, which gathered all the major revival heroes into one fantastic title, finally dispensing the anthology format of All Star in favor of a streamlined action comic full of pop and power. Readers responded enthusiastically to this debut performance, leading to a great scarcity of this issue in higher grades.

Inside this issue's pages appears the tale of the JLA's battle against the vaguely Lovecraftian Starro the Conqueror and his minions. The nascent superhero team defeat the creature employing a combination of their wits and a lot of quicklime. This issue, notably, also contains the first appearance of the League's Secret Sanctuary, which sits inside a cavernous mountain. The book represents a real milestone in comics history, one that has only increased in value to collectors with the recent frenzy of DC superhero movie announcements, culminating in a 2017's "Justice League" big-screen extravaganza!
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VG/VG-: 3.75
cvr dtchd
1st appearance of the Justice League of America, Starro, and Snapper Carr (2-3/60)
In the Golden Age of comics, National Periodicals (later to become DC) stuffed their most popular characters into a team title, All Star Comics. Not long after the debut of the Justice Society, however, DC editors crafted new material for All Star, with each hero having a solo chapter adding up to a major storyline. When Julius Schwartz struck pay-dirt with the Silver Age hero revival, he tasked Gardner Fox with revamping the Justice Society concept in the serial title The Brave and the Bold, and the result was this instant smash hit, which gathered all the major revival heroes into one fantastic title, finally dispensing the anthology format of All Star in favor of a streamlined action comic full of pop and power. Readers responded enthusiastically to this debut performance, leading to a great scarcity of this issue in higher grades.

Inside this issue's pages appears the tale of the JLA's battle against the vaguely Lovecraftian Starro the Conqueror and his minions. The nascent superhero team defeat the creature employing a combination of their wits and a lot of quicklime. This issue, notably, also contains the first appearance of the League's Secret Sanctuary, which sits inside a cavernous mountain. The book represents a real milestone in comics history, one that has only increased in value to collectors with the recent frenzy of DC superhero movie announcements, culminating in a 2017's "Justice League" big-screen extravaganza!
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G+: 2.5
3 non-manufacturing staples; off white pgs
1st appearance of the Justice League of America, Starro, and Snapper Carr (2-3/60)
In the Golden Age of comics, National Periodicals (later to become DC) stuffed their most popular characters into a team title, All Star Comics. Not long after the debut of the Justice Society, however, DC editors crafted new material for All Star, with each hero having a solo chapter adding up to a major storyline. When Julius Schwartz struck pay-dirt with the Silver Age hero revival, he tasked Gardner Fox with revamping the Justice Society concept in the serial title The Brave and the Bold, and the result was this instant smash hit, which gathered all the major revival heroes into one fantastic title, finally dispensing the anthology format of All Star in favor of a streamlined action comic full of pop and power. Readers responded enthusiastically to this debut performance, leading to a great scarcity of this issue in higher grades.

Inside this issue's pages appears the tale of the JLA's battle against the vaguely Lovecraftian Starro the Conqueror and his minions. The nascent superhero team defeat the creature employing a combination of their wits and a lot of quicklime. This issue, notably, also contains the first appearance of the League's Secret Sanctuary, which sits inside a cavernous mountain. The book represents a real milestone in comics history, one that has only increased in value to collectors with the recent frenzy of DC superhero movie announcements, culminating in a 2017's "Justice League" big-screen extravaganza!
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G: 2.0
page missing. does not effect story
1st appearance of the Justice League of America, Starro, and Snapper Carr (2-3/60)
In the Golden Age of comics, National Periodicals (later to become DC) stuffed their most popular characters into a team title, All Star Comics. Not long after the debut of the Justice Society, however, DC editors crafted new material for All Star, with each hero having a solo chapter adding up to a major storyline. When Julius Schwartz struck pay-dirt with the Silver Age hero revival, he tasked Gardner Fox with revamping the Justice Society concept in the serial title The Brave and the Bold, and the result was this instant smash hit, which gathered all the major revival heroes into one fantastic title, finally dispensing the anthology format of All Star in favor of a streamlined action comic full of pop and power. Readers responded enthusiastically to this debut performance, leading to a great scarcity of this issue in higher grades.

Inside this issue's pages appears the tale of the JLA's battle against the vaguely Lovecraftian Starro the Conqueror and his minions. The nascent superhero team defeat the creature employing a combination of their wits and a lot of quicklime. This issue, notably, also contains the first appearance of the League's Secret Sanctuary, which sits inside a cavernous mountain. The book represents a real milestone in comics history, one that has only increased in value to collectors with the recent frenzy of DC superhero movie announcements, culminating in a 2017's "Justice League" big-screen extravaganza!
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DC
CBCS G: 2.0
ow/white pgs
1st appearance of the Justice League of America, Starro, and Snapper Carr (2-3/60)
In the Golden Age of comics, National Periodicals (later to become DC) stuffed their most popular characters into a team title, All Star Comics. Not long after the debut of the Justice Society, however, DC editors crafted new material for All Star, with each hero having a solo chapter adding up to a major storyline. When Julius Schwartz struck pay-dirt with the Silver Age hero revival, he tasked Gardner Fox with revamping the Justice Society concept in the serial title The Brave and the Bold, and the result was this instant smash hit, which gathered all the major revival heroes into one fantastic title, finally dispensing the anthology format of All Star in favor of a streamlined action comic full of pop and power. Readers responded enthusiastically to this debut performance, leading to a great scarcity of this issue in higher grades.

Inside this issue's pages appears the tale of the JLA's battle against the vaguely Lovecraftian Starro the Conqueror and his minions. The nascent superhero team defeat the creature employing a combination of their wits and a lot of quicklime. This issue, notably, also contains the first appearance of the League's Secret Sanctuary, which sits inside a cavernous mountain. The book represents a real milestone in comics history, one that has only increased in value to collectors with the recent frenzy of DC superhero movie announcements, culminating in a 2017's "Justice League" big-screen extravaganza!
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CGC FA: 1.0
crm/ow pgs (looks better than a 1.0); tape on cover
1st appearance of the Justice League of America, Starro, and Snapper Carr (2-3/60)
In the Golden Age of comics, National Periodicals (later to become DC) stuffed their most popular characters into a team title, All Star Comics. Not long after the debut of the Justice Society, however, DC editors crafted new material for All Star, with each hero having a solo chapter adding up to a major storyline. When Julius Schwartz struck pay-dirt with the Silver Age hero revival, he tasked Gardner Fox with revamping the Justice Society concept in the serial title The Brave and the Bold, and the result was this instant smash hit, which gathered all the major revival heroes into one fantastic title, finally dispensing the anthology format of All Star in favor of a streamlined action comic full of pop and power. Readers responded enthusiastically to this debut performance, leading to a great scarcity of this issue in higher grades.

Inside this issue's pages appears the tale of the JLA's battle against the vaguely Lovecraftian Starro the Conqueror and his minions. The nascent superhero team defeat the creature employing a combination of their wits and a lot of quicklime. This issue, notably, also contains the first appearance of the League's Secret Sanctuary, which sits inside a cavernous mountain. The book represents a real milestone in comics history, one that has only increased in value to collectors with the recent frenzy of DC superhero movie announcements, culminating in a 2017's "Justice League" big-screen extravaganza!
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CBCS No Grade: 0.3
off white pgs; Coverless
1st appearance of the Justice League of America, Starro, and Snapper Carr (2-3/60)
In the Golden Age of comics, National Periodicals (later to become DC) stuffed their most popular characters into a team title, All Star Comics. Not long after the debut of the Justice Society, however, DC editors crafted new material for All Star, with each hero having a solo chapter adding up to a major storyline. When Julius Schwartz struck pay-dirt with the Silver Age hero revival, he tasked Gardner Fox with revamping the Justice Society concept in the serial title The Brave and the Bold, and the result was this instant smash hit, which gathered all the major revival heroes into one fantastic title, finally dispensing the anthology format of All Star in favor of a streamlined action comic full of pop and power. Readers responded enthusiastically to this debut performance, leading to a great scarcity of this issue in higher grades.

Inside this issue's pages appears the tale of the JLA's battle against the vaguely Lovecraftian Starro the Conqueror and his minions. The nascent superhero team defeat the creature employing a combination of their wits and a lot of quicklime. This issue, notably, also contains the first appearance of the League's Secret Sanctuary, which sits inside a cavernous mountain. The book represents a real milestone in comics history, one that has only increased in value to collectors with the recent frenzy of DC superhero movie announcements, culminating in a 2017's "Justice League" big-screen extravaganza!
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DC
FN-: 5.5
3rd app. Justice League; 1st app. Amazo
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VG: 4.0
1" pc msg fc
3rd app. Justice League; 1st app. Amazo
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G/VG: 3.0
3rd app. Justice League; 1st app. Amazo
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CGC G: 2.0
CGC #1265846017, Cream pages
3rd app. Justice League; 1st app. Amazo
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NM-: 9.2
ow/w pgs
Strangest Sports Stories
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VF+: 8.5
white pgs
Strangest Sports Stories
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VF-: 7.5
Strangest Sports Stories
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$29  
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