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DC
CGC VF: 8.0
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Jimmy Martin becomes Hourman's sidekick
Nicolas Cage Collection
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Rick Jones appears in Bucky costume (8/64)
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Keeping with the idea of Nazi scourge Baron Zemo continuing to vex Captain America, this story sees the patriotic supersoldier chasing the WWII villain into the jungle, while Thor archnemeses the Enchantress and the Executioner plague the Avengers by trying to hypnotize the blond hammer-god into joining the forces of evil. It all seems overwrought and nutty, but by this point, Kirby et al were firing on all cylinders, and the loopy tale gave the King a chance to flex his muscles both on cosmic costume design and atmospheric jungle settings. Nobody else could have made that combination work, which is what made him one of the greats.
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CGC NM: 9.4
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Gil Kane motorcycle cover; 1st brief app. Daimon Hellstrom
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Ghost Rider's origins began in the Wild West, the original character was an eerie gunslinging horseback rider in his first iteration. Reimagined in the rough-and-tumble era of the 1970s as a motorcycle stuntman, no doubt influenced by the antics of Evel Knievel, Ghost Rider would become an instant cult success. The image of a rebel on a motorbike whose head is a flaming skull could simply not be denied, and the occult and supernatural trappings of his adventures appealed greatly to a public weaned on the grindhouse horrors of the era. This first issue of Ghost Rider capitlaized on Johnny Blaze's success in the "try-out" anthology Marvel Spotlight which was spun off into this memorable and beloved series, spawning several series reboots and motion pictures in the future.
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Timely
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1st Solo Cap, 1st Human Torch/Sungirl team-up, scarce
Nicolas Cage Collection
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DC
CGC NM-: 9.2
CGC #0055526017, Off-White to White pages, 12/1940 - Bernard Baily continues his run of Hourman covers with this issue.
Baily Hourman cvr
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All Star Comics #1; gold exterior, silver velvet interior, slight tearing on backing paper facing wall; 21-1/4" long x 18" wide x 4" deep
Originally owned by the actor Nicolas Cage to display his famed comic book collection.
Nicolas Cage Collection
Are you looking for a sophisticated way to display your treasured comic books? We are delighted to offer this handsome, hand-crafted Comic Book Gallery Display Frame designed to hold a treasured favorite from your vintage comic collection.

We knew these would be beautiful, but we were surprised as to how high-end, well-made, and just plain nice these are. Not only will these protect your comic from damaging UV rays, but they are beautiful and will leave a lasting impression on your guests, even your least pop-cultured friends and relatives.

The frame was originally custom-crafted for the actor Nicolas Cage to display a comic from his impressive vintage comic collection in his Beverly Hills mansion. At the time, they were sold for $400 each, and today would cost approximately $600 to have made. Each is crafted with UV protected plexiglass. The shadow box frame opens to insert a comic book. At the center of the inner-well is a triangular arch with Velcro tape lining the top. Mr. Cage had a matching triangular arch made of wood (not included but easily reproduced) glued to the back of his comic book holders, with Velcro tape lining the under-side. Using this technique, the comics would be placed on the arch and levitated at the center of the frame. At the time, Cage used fortresses  to hold his comic books, but the same can easily be done today to display comics in CGC holders or mylars. The display window of the frame is 15-3/4  long x 12-1/2  wide, and able to display most any Golden Age, Silver Age or Bronze Age comic book holders at full length. The frames come unlocked, as the lockset would need a new key or to be replaced. U.S. domestic FedEx Ground shipping will be $25. International rates, please inquire.

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Detective Comics #35 plaque; gold exterior, silver velvet interior, slight tearing on backing paper facing wall; 21-1/4" long x 18" wide x 4" deep
Originally owned by the actor Nicolas Cage to display his famed comic book collection.
Nicolas Cage Collection
Are you looking for a sophisticated way to display your treasured comic books? We are delighted to offer this handsome, hand-crafted Comic Book Gallery Display Frame designed to hold a treasured favorite from your vintage comic collection.

We knew these would be beautiful, but we were surprised as to how high-end, well-made, and just plain nice these are. Not only will these protect your comic from damaging UV rays, but they are beautiful and will leave a lasting impression on your guests, even your least pop-cultured friends and relatives.

The frame was originally custom-crafted for the actor Nicolas Cage to display a comic from his impressive vintage comic collection in his Beverly Hills mansion. At the time, they were sold for $400 each, and today would cost approximately $600 to have made. Each is crafted with UV protected plexiglass. The shadow box frame opens to insert a comic book. At the center of the inner-well is a triangular arch with Velcro tape lining the top. Mr. Cage had a matching triangular arch made of wood (not included but easily reproduced) glued to the back of his comic book holders, with Velcro tape lining the under-side. Using this technique, the comics would be placed on the arch and levitated at the center of the frame. At the time, Cage used fortresses  to hold his comic books, but the same can easily be done today to display comics in CGC holders or mylars. The display window of the frame is 15-3/4  long x 12-1/2  wide, and able to display most any Golden Age, Silver Age or Bronze Age comic book holders at full length. The frames come unlocked, as the lockset would need a new key or to be replaced. U.S. domestic FedEx Ground shipping will be $25. International rates, please inquire.

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