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DC
CGC VF+: 8.5
off white pgs; Sl/Mod(A-2) sm amt of ct on cvr, pcs added to cvr, tear seals to cvr, cvr cleaned, reinforced
1st Superman by Siegel and Shuster
The most important comic book in the history of the industry, and the introduction of the archetype of all other heroes to come, Superman transcends the comic medium, and pop culture in general, as an icon of truth, justice, and the American way! Created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, Superman is quite possibly the most recognizable fictional character in the world. The creation of two struggling sci-fi fans from the Rust Belt, the Man of Steel became an instant icon to Depression-era readers and transformed into a symbol of American spirit and spunk during the brutal days of WWII. Since then, he has lasted as both a beloved character and an embodiment of hope and vigor, making this first appearance not just a piece of comics' history, but of American history as well.
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DC
CGC G-: 1.8
off white pgs; spine of cvr split & re-attached with tape, 1 very small pc re-attached with tape on int. cvr
Joe Shuster cvr/art; 3rd Superman cvr
The First World War was seared into the world's mass consciousness in the early twentieth century. Millions were traumatized by the unprecedented horrors and loss of life the war delivered in such a short time. This trauma explains the introversion the American public experienced concerning involvement in the new conflict brewing across Europe in the late 1930s. Comic covers such as this, in which Superman seems to be battling against war as a concept than against a defined enemy, were common in the pre-Pearl Harbor days. This Superman image is a far cry from the beefy, smiling patriot soon to grace WW II DC covers, and still startles with its raw emotion and power. This is yet another extremely rare early Action comic that commands top dollar on the Golden Age market.
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DC
CGC G: 2.0
ow/white pgs; cvr re-attached with tape, tape on cvr & int. cvr
classic Fred Guardineer art deco Zatara cvr; 1 panel Batman ad for Det #27; RARE!
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DC
CGC VF: 8.0
white pgs; QES Certified - Criteria met: Deep color strike (purple, blue, red, yellow), preferred staple placement
Curt Swan cvr; origin & 1st app. Brainiac; 1st app. of the shrunken city of Kandor
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DC
CGC VF: 8.0
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Joe Simon/Jack Kirby Sandman cvr/art
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DC
CGC VF: 8.0
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Curt Swan cvr; 1st app. of the Legion of Super-Heroes
Intended to be a one-off featuring Superboy, the Legion of Super-Heroes has gone on to become the focus of countless stories since its introduction. Adventure Comics #247 tells the tale of three time-traveling teenagers from the 30th century who are looking to recruit Superboy into their outfit. Cosmic Boy, Lightning Boy (later referred to as Lightning Lad), and Saturn Girl, sit with stern faces, claiming Clark Kent is "too ordinary" to join their group. The title story and accompanying statements by Cosmic Boy were just enough to entice young readers into finding out why Superboy was deemed so pedestrian. The curious plot-line in this issue would prove to become a benchmark for DC storytelling. The Legion returned several issues later for an encore and were adored by fans, subsequently, they appeared in issues of Action and Adventure Comics over the next few years. The continued success of the Legion proved that this story was not a throw-away Silver Age ploy, the group had staying power throughout the years, and most recently secured a reboot in the post-Infinite Crisis storyline in 2007.
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DC
CGC G/VG: 3.0
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Curt Swan cvr; 1st app. of the Legion of Super-Heroes
Intended to be a one-off featuring Superboy, the Legion of Super-Heroes has gone on to become the focus of countless stories since its introduction. Adventure Comics #247 tells the tale of three time-traveling teenagers from the 30th century who are looking to recruit Superboy into their outfit. Cosmic Boy, Lightning Boy (later referred to as Lightning Lad), and Saturn Girl, sit with stern faces, claiming Clark Kent is "too ordinary" to join their group. The title story and accompanying statements by Cosmic Boy were just enough to entice young readers into finding out why Superboy was deemed so pedestrian. The curious plot-line in this issue would prove to become a benchmark for DC storytelling. The Legion returned several issues later for an encore and were adored by fans, subsequently, they appeared in issues of Action and Adventure Comics over the next few years. The continued success of the Legion proved that this story was not a throw-away Silver Age ploy, the group had staying power throughout the years, and most recently secured a reboot in the post-Infinite Crisis storyline in 2007.
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Marvel
VF: 8.0
Pg. 10; Gene Ha pencils, Al Vey inks; image size 10" x 15.25"
"Wish You Were Here!"
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Hillman
CGC VF+: 8.5
crm/ow pgs; 1 of 1 at the top!
classic WWII Valkyrie swastika cover
Highest Graded
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Hillman
CGC G: 2.0
light tan/ow pgs
classic woman tied to an airplane propeller bondage cover
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Marvel
CGC VG/F: 5.0
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Ditko cvr/art
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Marvel
CGC G+: 2.5
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Kirby cvr; Ditko art; origin & 1st app. Spider-Man; 1st Uncle Ben & Aunt May (8/62)
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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Centaur
CGC VG+: 4.5
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rare! lion battle cover; Everett art
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Marvel
CGC VG+: 4.5
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Ditko cvr/art; origin & 1st app. of Mysterio
If you're going to do a hero book with Steve Ditko you may as well go for broke and throw him the most unusual and imaginative villains you can. Thus, Mysterio was born! You can feel everything falling into place by this point, as the Lee/Ditko machine fires on all cylinders. Even the cover seems more confident, more willing to experiment, and more full of ideas than ever before. Note, also, the classic hucksterism along the bottom of the cover, with Marvel happily bragging about its stark break with past conventions, as more and more readers turn on to the Marvel Age of comics. The story within this comic's pages is a real blast as well, introducing a new antagonist, with a bit of a twist, as well as heightening the ongoing tension between Parker/Spider-Man, and Daily Bugle editor, J. Jonah Jameson, who ends up in a sticky situation by the end of the tale.
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Marvel
CGC VF: 8.0
ow/white pgs
Ditko cvr/art; Spider-Man vs Daredevil (1st crossover)
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Marvel
VF: 8.0
recreation art by Bruce McCorkindale, signed on back; image size 9.75" x 14.25"
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Marvel
CGC NM: 9.4
off white pgs
Romita bondage cover (6/68)
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Marvel
CGC NM/M: 9.8
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classic Kane/Romita cvr; 1st app. the Punisher; one of the top three Bronze Age keys!
Highest Graded
After more than a decade as Marvel's friendly neighborhood front man, the amazing web-slinger swings into the Bronze age with renewed fervor. This issue marks the first appearance of the Punisher. Created by Gerry Conway as the Assassin, but renamed by Stan Lee, and depicted in all his vengeful prowess by Gil Kane, Ross Andru and John Romita, Sr, the Punisher would quickly become one of Marvel's most popular and enduring anti-heroes. Relevant to big city crime problems and Mafia activity of the turbulent 1970s, ex-marine and war veteran Frank Castle's vigilantism is born from the horrible slaying of his wife and two children in a Central Park mob shootout. In the wake of tragedy, the Punisher emerges to seek vengeance on organized crime using any and all means at his disposal. Also appearing for the first time in this issue is the Jackal, evil alter ego of biology professor Miles Warren, introduced in Amazing Spider-Man #31. Now an associate of the Punisher, the Jackal convinces him to wage war on the webbed wonder, who he blames for the death of his secret love Gwen Stacy. The Jackal would become the main antagonist in the 90's Clone saga and the 2011 Spider-Island storyline, while the Punisher would appear in multiple self-titled series, and three major motion pictures, along with the cult status obtained from his portrayal in Frank Miller's acclaimed run on Daredevil. Who could have guessed that Creator Gerry Conway's original sketch of a small deaths head on his new character's chest would be brought to iconic t-shirt stardom by Gil Kane's stunning 1974 cover art. One of the most revered and iconic key issues of the Bronze Age. Hot on the tail of his recent appearance in the second season of Marvel's critical smash Netflix series, the Punisher is currently in greater demand than ever. This near-perfect copy of the first appearance of one of the more-popular anti-heroes in the genre should demand a ton of attention in our upcoming auction. The sky is the limit for the future of this book, one of the biggest Bronze Age comics out there.
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Marvel
CGC VF/NM: 9.0
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classic Kane/Romita cvr; 1st app. the Punisher; one of the top three Bronze Age keys!
After more than a decade as Marvel's friendly neighborhood front man, the amazing web-slinger swings into the Bronze age with renewed fervor. This issue marks the first appearance of the Punisher. Created by Gerry Conway as the Assassin, but renamed by Stan Lee, and depicted in all his vengeful prowess by Gil Kane, Ross Andru and John Romita, Sr, the Punisher would quickly become one of Marvel's most popular and enduring anti-heroes. Relevant to big city crime problems and Mafia activity of the turbulent 1970s, ex-marine and war veteran Frank Castle's vigilantism is born from the horrible slaying of his wife and two children in a Central Park mob shootout. In the wake of tragedy, the Punisher emerges to seek vengeance on organized crime using any and all means at his disposal. Also appearing for the first time in this issue is the Jackal, evil alter ego of biology professor Miles Warren, introduced in Amazing Spider-Man #31. Now an associate of the Punisher, the Jackal convinces him to wage war on the webbed wonder, who he blames for the death of his secret love Gwen Stacy. The Jackal would become the main antagonist in the 90's Clone saga and the 2011 Spider-Island storyline, while the Punisher would appear in multiple self-titled series, and three major motion pictures, along with the cult status obtained from his portrayal in Frank Miller's acclaimed run on Daredevil. Who could have guessed that Creator Gerry Conway's original sketch of a small deaths head on his new character's chest would be brought to iconic t-shirt stardom by Gil Kane's stunning 1974 cover art. One of the most revered and iconic key issues of the Bronze Age. Hot on the tail of his recent appearance in the second season of Marvel's critical smash Netflix series, the Punisher is currently in greater demand than ever. This near-perfect copy of the first appearance of one of the more-popular anti-heroes in the genre should demand a ton of attention in our upcoming auction. The sky is the limit for the future of this book, one of the biggest Bronze Age comics out there.
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Marvel
CGC NM: 9.4
white pgs
origin and first app. Hydro-Man
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Marvel
CGC NM+: 9.6
white pgs
origin & 1st full app. Venom; McFarlane cvr; last black costume
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Marvel
CGC NM+: 9.6
white pgs; Todd McFarlane Signature Series
origin & 1st full app. Venom; McFarlane cvr; last black costume
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Marvel
CGC NM/M: 9.8
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Bagley cvr/art; 1st full app. Carnage (Cletus Kasady) (4/92)
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Marvel
VF: 8.0
Pg. 4; Jackson Guice breakdowns, Rick Magyar finishes; image size 10" x 15"
"Moonrise"
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Marvel
CGC G: 2.0
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Kirby cvr/art; origin and 1st app. of the Avengers; Fantastic Four app. (9/63)
The Avengers movie and its sequels sit firmly in the ranks of the highest-grossing movies of all time. The enduring popularity of the films and subsequent interest in back-issue investment comics, has catapulted auction prices of the original Silver Age series and affiliated titles. With no plans to end the Avengers film franchise anytime soon, our educated guess is that the books will continue to gain in value as demand remains strong for this popular key. Avengers #1 debuted in September 1963, piggybacking on the success of DC's Justice League and Marvel's original super team, The Fantastic Four. With art by Jack Kirby and story by Stan Lee, this classic Silver Age issue has garnered a tremendous amount of respect and value recently. Readers were delighted to read the story of how the Incredible Hulk, Thor, Iron Man, Ant-Man, and Wasp joined forces to become Earth's Mightiest Heroes. As far as Marvel keys are concerned, Avengers #1 is still an undervalued comic.
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