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complete 22 pg color guide for "Choices!" story from Amazing Spider-Man #423; signed by Bob Sharen; COA included
This complete issue color guide by Bob Sharen (coloring pages by Joe Bennett) features our favorite Web-Head battling it out against one of his most dangerous foes, the newly restored Electro, who feels he has the power of a god! This issue sees a Morbius-weakened Spidey defeated and begging for his life from the electrified bad guy after some intense fighting! Also feared prominently are The Rose, Madame Qwa, and Meiko the Dragonfly. Bob Sharen's colors are absolutely stunning as every panel pops off the page!

Prior to the digital era, color guides were used to inform the printer on how to accurately print the colors of the comic book. These are ONE OF A KIND pieces of the production process of each comic book. Although they vary in size, most color guides were normal note-book paper sized photocopies of the comic book's original art, that were provided to the staff colorist, who would hand-color, water-color, or paint the color guides. The work was pain-staking and required a high level of attention to detail, as well as consistency! Often times a coding system of numbers and/or letters was used to indicate specific colors, shades, and information that was vital to ensuring the printer accurately printed the comic's coloration. These are sometimes drawn right onto the color guides themselves, and in some instances the colorists would mark them up on an acetate or rice paper overlay. Color guides are a unique, one-of-a-kind collectible aspect of the production of a comic book, and as such they have historic value, because they provide insight into the studio and artist's vision of how the comic book should appear in print. Often times the color guide colors are more vibrant and richer than the actual printed comic book, since colors often degraded when printed onto the cheap newsprint paper that comics were traditionally printed on. In addition, some of the nuances of shading and color gradation were sometimes more complex than the print house was able to recreate (or cared to take the time and effort to recreate) and so the color guides often have a truer sense of what the comic should look like, than the actual comic book itself.

In today's digital age, color guides are no longer used, and therefore, vintage color guides are garnering more interest from collectors who are looking for a unique piece of a particular comic book's history and production process to own.
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complete 39 pg color guide for "The Chump, the Challenge and the Champion!" story from Amazing Spider-Man #425 - DOUBLE SIZED!
This complete double-sized issue color guide by Bob Sharen (coloring pages by Steve Skroce) has twice the action and thrills and is so full of awesome action pages, we can hardly contain ourselves! Featuring Spider-Man teamed up with Nate Grey the X-Man, it is a battle-fest as the two take on the recently super-juiced Electro in a battle to the finish! Also featuring the Rose, Delilah, and the first appearance of Master Zei. Here's a great example of a modern color guide that has electrifying imagery that jumps off the page!

Prior to the digital era, color guides were used to inform the printer on how to accurately print the colors of the comic book. These are ONE OF A KIND pieces of the production process of each comic book. Although they vary in size, most color guides were normal note-book paper sized photocopies of the comic book's original art, that were provided to the staff colorist, who would hand-color, water-color, or paint the color guides. The work was pain-staking and required a high level of attention to detail, as well as consistency! Often times a coding system of numbers and/or letters was used to indicate specific colors, shades, and information that was vital to ensuring the printer accurately printed the comic's coloration. These are sometimes drawn right onto the color guides themselves, and in some instances the colorists would mark them up on an acetate or rice paper overlay. Color guides are a unique, one-of-a-kind collectible aspect of the production of a comic book, and as such they have historic value, because they provide insight into the studio and artist's vision of how the comic book should appear in print. Often times the color guide colors are more vibrant and richer than the actual printed comic book, since colors often degraded when printed onto the cheap newsprint paper that comics were traditionally printed on. In addition, some of the nuances of shading and color gradation were sometimes more complex than the print house was able to recreate (or cared to take the time and effort to recreate) and so the color guides often have a truer sense of what the comic should look like, than the actual comic book itself.

In today's digital age, color guides are no longer used, and therefore, vintage color guides are garnering more interest from collectors who are looking for a unique piece of a particular comic book's history and production process to own.
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Alex Saviuk pencils and signed, Joe Sinnott inks and signed, Stan Lee signature; 10/04/09; image size 16" x 8.5"
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Marvel
CGC NM: 9.4
ow/white pgs
Ditko cvr/art; origin retold; 1st Chameleon; 1st J. Jonah Jameson; Fantastic Four cover (3/63)
Where previous heroes had their origin stories based in spectacular events, dramatic twists, and high tragedy, Stan Lee and Steve Ditko firmly planted their flagship character's feet in the hard ground of daily life in the big city. Shy, insecure, lower-class teen, Peter Parker, drawn to scrawny imperfection by Ditko, transforms into a freakish, wise-cracking daredevil, tortured by guilt over the loss of his father figure, all while scrambling to make a quick buck from his sudden brush with semi-greatness. Spider-Man's first appearance in Amazing Fantasy #15 was like nothing anyone had seen before and was an overnight sensation, leading to a hurriedly prepared solo debut issue. Note the use of the Fantastic Four on the cover as insurance, as their group exploits were Marvel's one real box-office draw at the time, and the hungry, ambitious Lee was taking no chances. One of the most important comics of the Silver Age, and the book that proved the Marvel Age was no fluke. Spider-Man's first title issue demarcates a new era of superheroes that is characterized by humanistic protagonists and energetic art that stands apart from the clean-cut crusaders of the Golden Age.


Overstreet Guide 2018 NM- (9.2) value = $72,000.

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CGC FN-: 5.5
crm/ow pgs
Ditko cvr/art; origin retold; 1st Chameleon; 1st J. Jonah Jameson; Fantastic Four cover (3/63)
Where previous heroes had their origin stories based in spectacular events, dramatic twists, and high tragedy, Stan Lee and Steve Ditko firmly planted their flagship character's feet in the hard ground of daily life in the big city. Shy, insecure, lower-class teen, Peter Parker, drawn to scrawny imperfection by Ditko, transforms into a freakish, wise-cracking daredevil, tortured by guilt over the loss of his father figure, all while scrambling to make a quick buck from his sudden brush with semi-greatness. Spider-Man's first appearance in Amazing Fantasy #15 was like nothing anyone had seen before and was an overnight sensation, leading to a hurriedly prepared solo debut issue. Note the use of the Fantastic Four on the cover as insurance, as their group exploits were Marvel's one real box-office draw at the time, and the hungry, ambitious Lee was taking no chances. One of the most important comics of the Silver Age, and the book that proved the Marvel Age was no fluke. Spider-Man's first title issue demarcates a new era of superheroes that is characterized by humanistic protagonists and energetic art that stands apart from the clean-cut crusaders of the Golden Age.

This copy of Spidey #1 is in shockingly good condition for its grade, despite some mild stains, this book is fetching overall. With many being priced out of the market for Amazing Fantasy #15, this issue has become in greater demand for Webhead fans who want to own a piece of the character's origins. One could do worse than this example, the colors are sharp, the book is solid, and the addition of the first family of Marvel sure doesn't hurt.

Overstreet Guide 2018 FN- (5.5) value = $6,600.

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CGC VG-: 3.5
ow/white pgs
Ditko cvr/art; origin retold; 1st Chameleon; 1st J. Jonah Jameson; Fantastic Four cover (3/63)
Where previous heroes had their origin stories based in spectacular events, dramatic twists, and high tragedy, Stan Lee and Steve Ditko firmly planted their flagship character's feet in the hard ground of daily life in the big city. Shy, insecure, lower-class teen, Peter Parker, drawn to scrawny imperfection by Ditko, transforms into a freakish, wise-cracking daredevil, tortured by guilt over the loss of his father figure, all while scrambling to make a quick buck from his sudden brush with semi-greatness. Spider-Man's first appearance in Amazing Fantasy #15 was like nothing anyone had seen before and was an overnight sensation, leading to a hurriedly prepared solo debut issue. Note the use of the Fantastic Four on the cover as insurance, as their group exploits were Marvel's one real box-office draw at the time, and the hungry, ambitious Lee was taking no chances. One of the most important comics of the Silver Age, and the book that proved the Marvel Age was no fluke. Spider-Man's first title issue demarcates a new era of superheroes that is characterized by humanistic protagonists and energetic art that stands apart from the clean-cut crusaders of the Golden Age.
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CGC FA: 1.0
off white pgs; Sl(C-1) pcs added to cvr, tr sls cvr, stpls rplcd, tp on cvr & int cvr
Ditko cvr/art; origin retold; 1st Chameleon; 1st J. Jonah Jameson; Fantastic Four cover (3/63)
Where previous heroes had their origin stories based in spectacular events, dramatic twists, and high tragedy, Stan Lee and Steve Ditko firmly planted their flagship character's feet in the hard ground of daily life in the big city. Shy, insecure, lower-class teen, Peter Parker, drawn to scrawny imperfection by Ditko, transforms into a freakish, wise-cracking daredevil, tortured by guilt over the loss of his father figure, all while scrambling to make a quick buck from his sudden brush with semi-greatness. Spider-Man's first appearance in Amazing Fantasy #15 was like nothing anyone had seen before and was an overnight sensation, leading to a hurriedly prepared solo debut issue. Note the use of the Fantastic Four on the cover as insurance, as their group exploits were Marvel's one real box-office draw at the time, and the hungry, ambitious Lee was taking no chances. One of the most important comics of the Silver Age, and the book that proved the Marvel Age was no fluke. Spider-Man's first title issue demarcates a new era of superheroes that is characterized by humanistic protagonists and energetic art that stands apart from the clean-cut crusaders of the Golden Age.
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CGC FN: 6.0
GOLDEN RECORD REPRINT; white pgs
Ditko cvr/art; origin retold; 1st Chameleon; 1st J. Jonah Jameson; Fantastic Four cover (3/63)
Where previous heroes had their origin stories based in spectacular events, dramatic twists, and high tragedy, Stan Lee and Steve Ditko firmly planted their flagship character's feet in the hard ground of daily life in the big city. Shy, insecure, lower-class teen, Peter Parker, drawn to scrawny imperfection by Ditko, transforms into a freakish, wise-cracking daredevil, tortured by guilt over the loss of his father figure, all while scrambling to make a quick buck from his sudden brush with semi-greatness. Spider-Man's first appearance in Amazing Fantasy #15 was like nothing anyone had seen before and was an overnight sensation, leading to a hurriedly prepared solo debut issue. Note the use of the Fantastic Four on the cover as insurance, as their group exploits were Marvel's one real box-office draw at the time, and the hungry, ambitious Lee was taking no chances. One of the most important comics of the Silver Age, and the book that proved the Marvel Age was no fluke. Spider-Man's first title issue demarcates a new era of superheroes that is characterized by humanistic protagonists and energetic art that stands apart from the clean-cut crusaders of the Golden Age.
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Marvel
CGC VG: 4.0
ow/white pgs
1st app. Vulture; 1st app. the Tinkerer
It's telling that in the first appearances of their new creation, Lee and Ditko played it largely straight, setting up their teen hero against the troubles of city life and garden-variety thugs, peppered with a bet-hedging cover appearance by the Fantastic Four. By this point, though, they clearly knew they were on to something, and so this initial attempt to expand the webhead's world to include super-villains began with the villainous Vulture, an odd but somehow appropriate nemesis for the new hero. This is also the first truly classic cover of the series, with Ditko's nightmarish visuals allowed to flower in full, backed by an aggressive red-based color scheme that hadn't been tried on Marvel's books to that point.
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CGC VF+: 8.5
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Ditko cvr/art; 1st app. Doctor Octopus (7/63)
Every great hero needs a great villain, and while the Vulture, who appeared in the second issue of this title, is great fun and a fine bad guy, he isn't quite the showstopper that Spidey needed to solidify his place in hero history. Enter Doctor Octopus, one of the wildest, most inspired, and most enduring of all the rogues' gallery that the fevered Lee-Ditko hive mind ever cooked up. In keeping with the Marvel theme of misunderstood loners and accidental heroes and villains, tortured genius Otto Octavius finds himself turned into a monster when his experiments in radiation lead to a bizarre apparatus being fused to his body, making him a multi-armed and demented foil for our increasingly beleaguered Webhead. Illustrated with Ditko's typically feverish, imaginative panache, and liberally applied with plenty of high-melodrama Lee dialogue, the first appearance of Doc Ock proved a knockout, and gave Spider-Man his first truly iconic foe.

Near-perfect registration, tight binding, and sharp corners make this VF+ copy a real winner. The deep blacks are free of any color breaks, the reds, blues, and yellows stand out in relief against a detailed but subtle background. This copy is a feast for the eyes.

Overstreet Guide 2018 VF+ (8.5) value = $5,090.

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CGC PR: 0.5
off white pgs; pg 12 missing, does not affect story, incomplete; cvr re-attchd w/tp
Ditko cvr/art; 1st app. Doctor Octopus (7/63)
Every great hero needs a great villain, and while the Vulture, who appeared in the second issue of this title, is great fun and a fine bad guy, he isn't quite the showstopper that Spidey needed to solidify his place in hero history. Enter Doctor Octopus, one of the wildest, most inspired, and most enduring of all the rogues' gallery that the fevered Lee-Ditko hive mind ever cooked up. In keeping with the Marvel theme of misunderstood loners and accidental heroes and villains, tortured genius Otto Octavius finds himself turned into a monster when his experiments in radiation lead to a bizarre apparatus being fused to his body, making him a multi-armed and demented foil for our increasingly beleaguered Webhead. Illustrated with Ditko's typically feverish, imaginative panache, and liberally applied with plenty of high-melodrama Lee dialogue, the first appearance of Doc Ock proved a knockout, and gave Spider-Man his first truly iconic foe.
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CGC VF+: 8.5
ow/white pgs
Ditko cvr/art; origin & 1st app. Sandman; 1st app. Betty Brant
Enter Sandman! Following in the footsteps of the first appearance of Doc Ock in issue #3, Amazing Spider-Man #4 added Sandman to the rapidly growing pantheon of the Web-head's enemies. The comic also features the first incident of puny Parker's unmasking during a pitched battle, which causes him to flee from the granular baddie. Sandman is eventually thwarted through the use of an industrial vacuum cleaner.

This classic cover is in impressive condition, the colors are searing, the reds in Spidey's uniform shine against the yellow hues of Sandman's malleable body. The clever panel design on the cover draws readers in and raises the curiosity stakes considerably, who is this Sandman guy, and what are his powers? Owning a copy of the origin story of one of Marvel's classic villains is never a bad investment, and this handsome example is certain to make one determined bidder a happy camper indeed.

Overstreet Guide 2018 VF+ (8.5) value = $3,895.

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CGC G+: 2.5
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Ditko cvr/art; origin & 1st app. Sandman; 1st app. Betty Brant
Enter Sandman! Following in the footsteps of the first appearance of Doc Ock in issue #3, Amazing Spider-Man #4 added Sandman to the rapidly growing pantheon of the Web-head's enemies. The comic also features the first incident of puny Parker's unmasking during a pitched battle, which causes him to flee from the granular baddie. Sandman is eventually thwarted through the use of an industrial vacuum cleaner.
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CGC VF-: 7.5
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Ditko cvr/art; Kirby art; robot story
In the debut issue of Spiderman, Lee and company hedged their bets by placing the Fantastic Four front and center to attract new readers to an unproven title. What a difference a year makes, when the new megastar on the block relegates the veteran Torch to guest-star status. The comic boasts a classic cover that appealed directly to the new youth market, which was already influencing pop culture with their hard-earned allowance money.

1st app. of the Living Brain
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G+: 2.5
Ditko cvr/art; origin & 1st app. Electro (2/64)
Spider-Man has some of the best antagonists! Electro, for example, who was leeching off the city's electrical grid and robbed the Forest Hills Bank, defeated Spider-Man. To make matters worse, the Daily Bugle accuses ol' Webhead of Electro's misdeeds. Oh the ignominy! After a quick origin reveal, Electro breaks some new muscle out of the local house of detention. Spider-Man makes the scene, proving to J. Jonah Jameson that he and Electro are different people. With the help of rubber gloves and boots, Spidey defeats his nemesis and unmasks him. Electro never quite had the staying power of Doc Ock, but went on to become a regular member of his Sinister Six.
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PR: 0.5
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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CGC VG: 4.0
glossy! off white pgs
1st app. Green Goblin; 1st meeting Hulk and Spider-Man
Wherein Spidey gets his Joker, his Luthor, his Red Skull. Every hero needs an arch-villain, someone to completely define the hero's theme, struggle, and style -- and, boy howdy, is the Green Goblin one of the all-time greats. The identity and backstory of this compelling nemesis tie neatly into the Spider-Man story's themes of loss, tragedy, the tricky drama of dealing with friends and family, and the simple day-to-day difficulties of life. One of the most important and beloved of all Marvel keys.
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CGC G+: 2.5
off white pgs
1st app. Green Goblin; 1st meeting Hulk and Spider-Man
Wherein Spidey gets his Joker, his Luthor, his Red Skull. Every hero needs an arch-villain, someone to completely define the hero's theme, struggle, and style -- and, boy howdy, is the Green Goblin one of the all-time greats. The identity and backstory of this compelling nemesis tie neatly into the Spider-Man story's themes of loss, tragedy, the tricky drama of dealing with friends and family, and the simple day-to-day difficulties of life. One of the most important and beloved of all Marvel keys.
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CGC FA: 1.0
off white pgs; 6 extra stpls added after manufacturing
1st app. Green Goblin; 1st meeting Hulk and Spider-Man
Wherein Spidey gets his Joker, his Luthor, his Red Skull. Every hero needs an arch-villain, someone to completely define the hero's theme, struggle, and style -- and, boy howdy, is the Green Goblin one of the all-time greats. The identity and backstory of this compelling nemesis tie neatly into the Spider-Man story's themes of loss, tragedy, the tricky drama of dealing with friends and family, and the simple day-to-day difficulties of life. One of the most important and beloved of all Marvel keys.
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CGC FN+: 6.5
ow/white pgs
Ditko cvr/art; 1st app. Princess Python
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CGC FN-: 5.5
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Ditko cvr/art; 3rd app. Green Goblin
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CGC VG: 4.0
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Ditko cvr/art; 3rd app. Green Goblin
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CGC VF+: 8.5
off white pgs
Ditko cvr/art; 3rd app. Mysterio
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CGC FN+: 6.5
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Ditko cvr/art; 1st app. Mary Jane
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CGC FN+: 6.5
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Ditko cvr/art; 4th app. Green Goblin; 1st app. Crime Master (7/65)
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