Teamwork is the name of the game this week with our fantastic high-grade auctions! For the DC fans, we have a beautiful copy of Justice League of America #22, which also features the Justice Society of America, for more crossover craziness than any one issue could contain. If Marvel’s more your thing, our gorgeous X-Men #63 is just the ticket, with the eponymous team working to stop fan-favorite villain Magneto. (Oh, and shall we mention that it has the first appearance of Lorelei? You bet we will!) Either — or both! — of these books will make a great addition to your collection.
This week’s auctions run from March 7th to March 14th:
|Justice League of America #22
CGC Certified Universal Grade in 8.5 condition, with white pages.
A key action-packed issue, great for any collection, is a beautiful copy of this classic Silver Age comic book, continuing the story from JLA #21, and featuring a crossover with the Justice Society of America, as well as appearances by Wizard, Icicle and Fiddler. This vintage 12 cent issue was written by Gardner Fox, with Mike Sekowsky & Bernard Sachs artwork and cover by Sekowsky & Murphy Anderson.
CGC Certified Universal Grade in 9.2 condition, with white pages.
This high-grade, villain-filled must-have issue for any X-Men fan is a stunning copy of this classic Silver Age comic book, featuring the first appearance of Lorelei (Lani Ubana), with appearances by Magneto, Ka-Zar, Zabu, Brainchild, Gaza, Amphibius, Lupo, and Barbarus. This vintage 15 cent issue was written by Roy Thomas, with artwork and cover by Neal Adams and Tom Palmer.
This week’s early-start auction is also ending March 14th:
|Iron Man #17
CGC Certified Universal Grade in 9.8 condition, with off-white to white pages.
An amazing high-grade book from an original owner collection, this is a pristine copy of this key late Silver Age comic book, featuring 1st appearance of Midas, as well as an appearance by Madame Masque. This vintage 15 cent issue was written by Archie Goodwin, with artwork by George Tuska & Johnny Craig, and a George Tuska & Grank Giacoia.
Best of luck!