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Ziff-Davis
CGC VF-: 7.5
off white pgs; QES Certified - Criteria met: Preferred staple placement + Flawless staple area + flawless back cover edges + Deep Color Strike (Yellow, Blue & Red)
classic painted robot cover
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CGC NM-: 9.2
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1st Silver Age Riddler; classic cover
While the Riddler first appeared in the late Golden Age, he didn't really make a full impact until the mid-60s, when his garish costume, high-camp modus operandi, and cynical demeanor fit perfectly in the Infantino-designed "new look" of the series. It's not an accident that this fast-paced, ceaselessly inventive relaunch was directly adapted as the opening adventure of the pop-art Batman TV series, as the show took its colorful, meta-comic tone from the series' successfully remodeled style. The bright, poppy colors and gleefully improbable staging on this issue's cover were a stunning riposte to the challenges DC faced from its brash Marvel competition. Epic and over-the-top where Marvel was gritty and intimate, wildly diverse when Marvel was cannily spreading its Kirby-derived house style across its line to solidify its readership, this issue proved the template for the DC gogo era to come, a sleeper milestone revered by DC and Batman fans and a major turning point for the industry as a whole.
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DC
CGC NM: 9.4
ow/white pgs
Kane/ Anderson cvr
Northland Copy
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CGC NM: 9.4
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classic Kane/Anderson cover; "Death Knocks Three Times" (5/66)
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DC
CGC NM-: 9.2
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Infantino/Anderson cvr; 1st app. Poison Ivy
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DC
CGC NM: 9.4
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classic Joker cover
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DC
CGC NM+: 9.6
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Infantino cvr/art
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DC
CGC NM+: 9.6
ow/white pgs; tied for second highest!
classic Infantino/Anderson DC newsstand cover
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DC
CGC NM/M: 9.8
white pgs; tied for highest!
68 pgs; bowling cover
Highest Graded
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CGC FN-: 5.5
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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
CGC VG/F: 5.0
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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
VG/F: 5.0
2nd app. Justice League; robot cover
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DC
FN-: 5.5
3rd app. Justice League; 1st app. Amazo
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DC
CGC NM+: 9.6
white pgs; tied for second highest!
Starman/Black Canary (10-11/65)
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DC
CGC FN: 6.0
white pgs
origin & 1st app. of Batgirl (Barbara Gordon)
Inspired by the Silver Age Bat-Girl, who was devised as a sidekick for Bat-Woman during the family-friendly days of the 1950s, the producers of the 1960s Batman TV series tasked DC editor Julius Schwartz with the creation of a new character to boost the show's sagging ratings with female audiences. Schwartz, in collaboration with Gardner Fox and Carmine Infantino, responded with a new, improved Batgirl, this time tying her in more closely with Batman by casting her as Commissioner Gordon's daughter, Barbara. While the TV show didn't last much longer, the comic character was an instant success with readers, becoming a vital and integral part of the DC Universe over the next half-century.
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DC
CGC NM: 9.4
white pgs; tied for highest 1 of 3!
Flash; Infantino cover
Don/Maggie Thompson Collection
Highest Graded
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DC
CGC FN+: 6.5
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origin and 1st app Kid Flash (Wally West); 1st app. of the Weather Wizard
Keeping with the tradition of pairing off adult heroes with kid partners, DC editor Julius Schwartz responded to the success of the rebooted Flash by inserting his nephew, Wally West, as Kid Flash. Readers responded favorably, as the Flash's core audience turned out to be science-savvy and entranced by the lengths gone to by writer John Broome to pepper real data into the Flash's otherwise outlandish exploits. Wally proved to be a smash hit, beginning a tradition of passing the Flash moniker from one generation to the next.
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DC
CGC VF: 8.0
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re-intro Golden Age Flash; classic "Flash of Two Worlds" cover; 1st Earth II
One of the most important and historic comic books ever published, without which, DC's entire modern Universe may not have come into being. The success of "Flash of Two Worlds" encouraged DC to revive many of its Golden Age characters. Eventually, crossovers between the two Earths would become an annual feature in the Justice League of America comics, beginning with issue #21, "Crisis on Earth-One!" (August 1963), and culminating in the 12-issue mini-series, Crisis on Infinite Earths. The cover itself has become an iconic image, and has been referenced in the covers to Flash v.1 #147 (Sep. 1964), Dark Horse Presents #67 (November 1992), Flash v.2 #123 (Mar. 1997), and Impulse #70 (Mar. 2001), among others.
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DC
CGC NM+: 9.6
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2nd Golden Age Flash; 1st SA app. JSA in flashback
Captain Cold and Trickster app.
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DC
CGC VF-: 7.5
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Infantino cover/art; origin & 1st app. of Reverse Flash (Prof. Zoom) (9/63)
Every superhero needs his arch-rival, and in the case of the Silver Age Flash, the simplest route seemed the easiest: the Reverse Flash, also known as Professor Zoom. Devious and sociopathic where Barry Allen was ethical and good-natured, physically intimidating where the Flash was sleek and "built for speed," Eobard Thawne was yin to the yang of the newly rebooted speedster's clean, bright, cheerful Atomic Age exploits. Even his costume was a model of simplicity, designer Carmine Infantino cannily reversing the entire look of the new Flash's already-iconic costume, swapping around colors and adding a clever little touch of darkness. The evil Zoom eventually outgrew the charming derring-do of the Silver Age, and by the dawn of the modern era, was wantonly murdering Iris West, threatening the family of any poor sap unlucky enough to become a speedster, and leaving a trail of mayhem across Central City, and time itself. This classic first appearance is among the most beloved of DC Silver Age premieres, and proved to have a permanent effect on the course of the series, and DC's universe in general.
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CGC F/VF: 7.0
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origin retold, 1st app. Guardians of the Universe
After the runaway success of the Flash's reintroduction, DC Publisher Julius Schwartz and his hungry staff of writers and artists hurriedly resuscitated more of their beloved Golden Age favorites. One of the indisputable successes was the reboot of the mystical Green Lantern franchise, featuring a new look by industry favorite Gil Kane. DC was placing all its bets on the new, Atomic-Age breed of heroes, expecting that they would break the company's long dry spell on the stands. Boomer readers were instantly transfixed by the cleverly boyish cover image. In the Silver Age iteration of Green Lantern, Hal Jordan receives his power ring from dying alien Abin Sur, resulting in an audience with the Guardians of the Universe, who deem him worthy to take the place of their fallen charge. Jordan soon heads off to Calor to battle a volcanic monster, thus launching the revamped version of the Green Lantern on his star-bound service in defense of the cosmos.
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CGC VG/F: 5.0
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origin retold, 1st app. Guardians of the Universe
After the runaway success of the Flash's reintroduction, DC Publisher Julius Schwartz and his hungry staff of writers and artists hurriedly resuscitated more of their beloved Golden Age favorites. One of the indisputable successes was the reboot of the mystical Green Lantern franchise, featuring a new look by industry favorite Gil Kane. DC was placing all its bets on the new, Atomic-Age breed of heroes, expecting that they would break the company's long dry spell on the stands. Boomer readers were instantly transfixed by the cleverly boyish cover image. In the Silver Age iteration of Green Lantern, Hal Jordan receives his power ring from dying alien Abin Sur, resulting in an audience with the Guardians of the Universe, who deem him worthy to take the place of their fallen charge. Jordan soon heads off to Calor to battle a volcanic monster, thus launching the revamped version of the Green Lantern on his star-bound service in defense of the cosmos.
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DC
CGC VF/NM: 9.0
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Murphy Anderson cvr/art; origin & 1st app. Zatanna
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CGC F/VF: 7.0
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classic chess cover; origin and 1st app. Despero
After a short but successful run in The Brave and the Bold, the Justice League of America debuted in its very own title in 1960. The superhero team united the forces of some of DC's prime talent, including Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Green Lantern, and the Flash. This issue features the JLA fighting a losing battle against the hypnotic Despero only to be rescued by a simple hipster, Snapper Carr, who is impervious the to the crafty villain's powers. The memorable Murphy Anderson chessboard cover was an instant classic that has been parodied and copied repeatedly in the years since publication. The fine detail of this cover design showcases the impeccable craft of Anderson's crackerjack talents.
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DC
CGC FN: 6.0
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classic chess cover; origin and 1st app. Despero
After a short but successful run in The Brave and the Bold, the Justice League of America debuted in its very own title in 1960. The superhero team united the forces of some of DC's prime talent, including Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Green Lantern, and the Flash. This issue features the JLA fighting a losing battle against the hypnotic Despero only to be rescued by a simple hipster, Snapper Carr, who is impervious the to the crafty villain's powers. The memorable Murphy Anderson chessboard cover was an instant classic that has been parodied and copied repeatedly in the years since publication. The fine detail of this cover design showcases the impeccable craft of Anderson's crackerjack talents.
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