Hi again, everyone,
This week’s selection of graded auctions is sure to appeal to a wide range of fans — the Marvel fan, the X-Men fan, the MCU fan — so let’s take a look! First up is a lovely early X-Men featuring the second appearance of Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver (and we probably don’t need to point out what’s happening May 1st that makes those two so appealing right now). Next is a beautiful Captain Marvel featuring Super-Skrulls and a Hulk v Namor brawl. Last but certainly not least is a gorgeous X-Factor showcasing the first appearance of Apocalypse (who also has fantastic movie buzz right now, thanks to the next installment of the successful X-Men movie franchise).
Don’t miss these!
These 10-day auctions run from April 15th to April 25th:
CGC Certified Universal Grade in 7.0 condition, with off-white to white pages.
A nice looking early issue from a large graded collection, this is a beautiful copy of this classic Silver Age comic book, featuring the 3rd appearance of Magneto, and the 2nd appearances of the Scarlet Witch, Quicksilver, Mastermind and Toad (The Brotherhood of Evil Mutants)! This vintage 12 cent issue was written by Stan Lee, with Jack Kirby & Paul Reinman artwork and an action-packed cover by Kirby, Reinman, and Marie Severin.
|Captain Marvel #25
CGC Certified Universal Grade in 9.4 condition, with white pages.
A star-studded, high grade gem, this is a stunning copy of this classic cosmic Bronze Age comic book, featuring a Super-Skrull appearance and starring The Hulk and Namor in the greatest battle-issue ever! This vintage 1970s issue was written by Mike Friedrich, with Jim Starlin & Chic Stone artwork and cover by Starlin & Joe Sinnott.
CGC Certified Universal Grade in 9.6 condition, with off-white to white pages.
A must have hot issue for your X-Men collection, this is a stunning copy of this key in-demand comic book, featuring the first full appearance of Apocalypse (En Sabah Nur), as well as appearances by the Alliance of Evil (Tower Frenzy, Stinger, Timeshadow). This classic 1980s issue was written by Louise Simonson, with Jackson Guice & Bob McLeod artwork and cover by Ron Frenz & Joe Rubinstein.
Good luck, all!